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6 RV Parks near Wichita Falls, Texas
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Nice state park, not much shade. Surrounded by small trees for privacy on the site. Covered picnic tables which gives relief to the sun. No sites on the lake but it's close by. Good ATT service and open skies for satellite. Good for an overnight is passing through the area. Price was $22 plus $4 per person. - southernsky
Jun 2018 - $22.00
Our campsite, #22, was excellent. It is close to the lake, easy back-in, and a few trees for shade. The only negative was that the restrooms needs a good cleaning. - SteveCampsTx
Dec 2017 - $23.00
This is a nice state park. It has big spacious lots, both drive through and back in. There are sites with water and electric, and site with water. None have sewer. The lake itself and is large and there is a beach and fishing docks. The first thing we noticed was an abundance of words and the second under of prairie dogs. There were prairie dog mounds and holes all over our campsite and they were fun to watch. If you don't like prairie dogs park nearer the gate. The prairie dog town is around sites 37 and higher. There is an old, noisy, smelly, pump jack still pumping sweet crude near the washrooms. The steady thumping would have driven me crazy during the night so we parked far away. The washrooms were older and need a paint job but they were clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were there in December and it was very quiet, less than 1/4 full. - Judy Birchland
Jun 2018 - $17.00
High marks for value. This was our second stay here, sites here are so level we did not bother to use our jacks. We were in the middle row that has shared electric boxes, 50, 30 & 20. So our site #15 had the 50 amp, the site next to us would have had the 30 amp. A great easy off, easy on RV park when passing thru the area. I don't believe the earlier review about 'sketchy people' walking thru the park, it is possible though. That reviewer has 1 review, so I wonder if he owns a park nearby. OTA TV was very good. There is a suspension bridge across the river to a nice walking trail that goes along the river. - Bob and Inga
Apr 2018 - $17.00
City RV park adjacent to beautiful city park. Well lit, paved, self service place. Only complaint is stickers in the grass ..my poor dog.. A few car sleepers late at night but they were gone in the am. Our second time here. We stayed this time to ride out some bad weather. - TXTread
Nov 2017 - $17.00
This is a no-frills city park right next to the interstate. There are both back-in and pull-through sites, but the layout of the pull-throughs is a bit odd. We experienced no power problems in our site. We were confused by only some sites having water, but then realized later the intended water hookups are underground for each site. There are a lot of stickers from weeds in the grass, so be careful with pets. There is a very large park across a suspension bridge. It did feel a little sketchy, but it is well-lit at night and we didn't experience any problems. You'll definitely want to run your a/c fan at night to drown out the interstate. Overall we're satisfied with it as an overnight stop while on the road. - Brad & Angela
Oct 2018 - $42.00
Large easy in/out park. Check in was a breeze and site map very helpful. Pull thru sites are quite long (100' +), back in sites vary in length but you are asked at check in the size you require. Our back in was plenty long for our 40' 5th wheel and pickup. Pad is packed gravel with concrete patios. Sites have mature trees so lots of shade but rooftop satellite antennas may be blocked but most of the trees are towards the back of the site. There are areas that are muddy because of new landscaping and lots of rain so I won't hold that against them. The dog walk area is large but not fenced so it's still a leashed area. It is all grass and no stickers to be found (might be a seasonal thing). Sites are not too close together with plenty of grass between and behind each rig. No feeling of being jammed together. We stayed a week here and will stay here again. It is worth the double cost compared to River Bend Park. - Maximilian
Oct 2018 - $50.00
Thought it was a bit spendy. Easy to find. Easy hookup. No dog run, but nice dog area. Close to the Wichita River. - Lizk
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Long grassy site which was easy to get leveled on. Park easy to drive around in. This park is not the easiest to find, even with a GPS, when coming from the East. We ended up missing our turn and had to return from the West and it was much easier to find. Based on the price we paid at other parks on our trip this one was overpriced but not much available in the area so if returning we would probably stay here again. - BandPS
Oct 2018 - $65.00
This is physically one of the nicer parks you will ever see - clean, large sites, well-manicured, very nice surroundings and amenities. Why then a 3? I have stayed at more than 200 RV parks over the years and NEVER paid an additional "per person fee" when the only people involved were my wife and myself. $65/night is not cheap, but not out of line for the quality of the park. But then they add $4/person bringing the total to $73 for a nice park, but one which is not near anything remotely resembling a tourist attraction. This is nothing but gouging and this park should be avoided to discourage this type of price manipulation. - Newmars the One
Aug 2018 - $62.00
Good for a night stay, although expensive. Sites are level and close. Our site had trash scattered around it that we cleaned up. Restrooms and showers needed attention. - docsouce
Jul 2018 - $55.00
Ball prairie park. No shade in the heat of summer. 5 th wheels and trailers. Could never get 2 GPS to take address. West on 287S ... south of Wichita Falls.. pass the water park on your left , go about 2-3 miles on freeway to Stevens Ranch Road sign, turn Right onto entrance to park - Oooooooo
Jun 2018 - $1.00
Mostly pull-thru's with opposing entrances so people traveling together can open onto a common area in-between. Wi-fi dependable, even during peak hours. Spaces VERY close together. Long-term residents obviously not required to maintain their sites which gives the entire campground a junky feel. Mow large patches of grass occasionally but don't seem to know how to use a weed-eater, so almost all utilities are almost lost in the tall grass. - Scldg
May 2018 - $43.00
The is a below average KOA with an above average price. The service at the desk was very good, however, unlike many other KOAs they did not guide you to your space. There were several very shabby trailers in the park including one motorhome with a window a/c stuck in a window and sealed around with pillows. I know the park is unable to control the weather but I do think they should be able to fill in low spots in the spaces and roads. When we were in the park there was a rain storm that left us literally wading in the morning to hook up and get on the road. I would not stay at this park again if we were traveling through that area. - Chalkie
Aug 2017 - $40.00
In reading earlier reviews, this park must have substantially improved. Warmly greeted upon arrival. Escorted to site and was told they moved us over for more shade and sewer. This was just one night. Site level although gravel. Cable TV excellent - best we have seen in many a park. - Joe Chernow
Sep 2016 - $15.00
My rating of a "5" may be a little harsh. This is a city park and I commend Henrietta, TX on their building a well layed-out, all pull-through campground with full hook-ups. Having a sewer connection in a city park is a rarity and I really appreciate it. There are twelve sites and we heard that at least a couple of them have 50 amps but of the six I looked at before pulling into one, all were 30 amp.
I think a pro/con list would be more helpful and quicker to read than a narrative.
Easy access, quiet (away from major highways, railroads), full hook-up, good gravel roads and parking pads, "okay" spacing between sites, grass strip between sites, excellent Verizon signal, clear shot at sky for satellite
Tall rigs need to exit Hwy 287 at Hwy 82 intersection and go through town to access the 510 loop to the park. The closest exit on 287 will take you under a low (14') railroad trestle. If you are in the 13'6" range I would not trust the clearance. Power pedestals are not RV-grade, look like the cheapest breaker box they could find and stick on a piece of pvc pipe. Power is not good; we rarely got through an hour without voltage dipping below minimum and causing our power management system to block the potentially harmful effects. This appears to be an ongoing problem as all six of the pedestals I looked in had melted plugs or charred metal around newly replaced plugs.
I really like this park for a night's layover but I would have to think twice about staying again though because of the power. - jperry29
May 2015 - $15.00
A city park with 12 pull thru sites. Some shade, but full hookups. OK for an overnight or couple of nights stay. There were 4 others there that appeared to be living there while they are working in the area.
Quiet and clean.
Be sure and check the electrical box. Some are 50 amp only and others are 30 amp only. Ball fields nearby, so plenty of room to walk your pets. - lolasmom