6 RV Parks near Wichita Falls, Texas
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
Aug 2017 - $20.00
An older Texas State Park with very little shade other than from mesquite trees. The sites are fairly level, with a concrete patio and covered picnic table which did provide some shade. It was too hot to walk any of the hiking trails, but we did enjoy watching the prairie dogs and looking at the birds on the lake. The rangers were very helpful and friendly. - dands
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This is a clean, but somewhat dated park. We stayed in site #20 in one of the "pinwheels" next to the lake. Each pinwheel includes one very long pull through. Our site was very grassy, spacious, and had a patio with metal roof, picnic table, and fire ring.
This park had several unique features. First the good: (1) There is a self-serve firewood kiosk (that takes credit cards only!) right by the main gate. This is so helpful, especially if you arrive after hours. (2) Prairie Dog Town (as listed on the park map) is absolutely full of playful prairie dogs that are fun to see. (3) There is a neat 18 hole disc (Frisbee) golf course that we enjoyed. On the other hand, there is a noisy, horsehead oil pump that runs 24/7 right across from this loop. We could easily hear it inside and out; it bothered different ones of us to different extents.
We had excellent LTE cell signal (AT&T) and got about 6 channels via OTA antenna. If you need supplies, town is probably 15-20 mins away.
Other campers said the fishing is often quite good. Looks like a great place to bring along the boat. The staff was very friendly. We would return, but probably as a stopover rather than a destination. - texasAUtiger
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 2017 - $17.00
In town RV park run by the city. It doesn't have bathrooms, but does have water and 30A electric on site with a free dump station on your way out. It is a clean park with blacktop roads and slip. Some sites have picnic tables and lighting is good at night. It is self registering at the entrance. The only problem with this place is we had a lot of sketchy people walking and driving around like they were casing your property. We also had a guy knocking on rv doors asking for gas money at night. We did not feel safe and would not stay again. They should get a workcamp host to stay on site. The power went out in the whole park twice on our second night. Also didn't see any police patrol the grounds. Keep your doors locked and be aware of your surroundings. - Rerler
Sep 2017 - $17.00
Right off the highway so there is road noise. I've heard a train but it's far enough away. Noisy overall but with air conditioning on it shouldn't be an issue. Great for a day or two but not a destination park! 50 amp and water work great! - Candy pop
Feb 2018 - $36.00
Stayed here one night on our way from out west going to Dallas. We checked in late and had no problem. The site was huge for our 25' class C towing. Our total length is 44 feet and there was huge amount of space on both ends after we got parked. FHU with 30 amp. Roads and sites are packed gravel, no problems. Site was very level. Very quiet area near the Wichita River. We were close to the pool, but since it was closed, there was no issue, there. - TomAndKathy
Jan 2018 - $45.00
Extra long pull the US in fairly old park. It is kept up nicely with friendly and helpful staff. Large dog park and areas to walk. Convenient access to city. Level sites overall. Cold weather had park water supply frozen for a day but ok once it warmed up. - Jitime40
Nov 2017 - $35.00
Easy access for all size rigs. Very pretty setting. Nice long pull thrus so we didn't have to disconnect. No issues navigating the park with our 40' fifthwheel. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. - jnlo
Nov 2017 - $45.00
Stayed only one night. This is a large, very nice park close to town with LOTS of amenities- especially for kids. A bit pricey but excellent service and large, concrete pull though sites with patios, tables and fire rings. The owners have invested a lot into this resort. - GretasDad
Jul 2017 - $67.00
This campground is wonderful for families as there is a lot for little ones to do. It's pricey, so not a place you'd visit often...but if you're looking for somewhere extra special for the kids in Wichita Falls, this is it. We have a 40' fifth wheel and stayed in a pull through. Nice space, close but not too close to your neighbors. No trees, very open...so that may or may not be a pro. Bathhouse was clean. There are individual bathrooms, which are great for families as you can have the kids go potty, shower and brush their teeth all in your private area. There was not a changing table in the room I used. Laundry room is in the same area as tha bathrooms, so you could do laundry while getting everyone ready for bed. Now, having said all of this, there are only a couple of bathhouses, so they might get busy. They were not, when I used them...but it was late (around 9:30p). Property has two small pools, a really nice splash area, putt/putt that is well maintained, a very nice playground and a fun maze. There are also some sweet animals on property that you can say hi too. And the office has weekend activities scheduled. Staff was nice and the property was clean. At&t service was strong. Trash is picked up, from your site, at 10a. Check out was 12noon, so you'll have time in the morning for the kids to play. If we're ever in the area again, we will definitely stay again. - atlantafamilyof4
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Campground is geared towards kids and families with the Jellystone theme. Since we are elderly and were only overnighting, we did not take advantage of any of the amenities. The main area was crawling with kids, bikes, golf carts, strollers, etc. with varying degrees of adult supervision, or lack thereof. The RV sites were in the back, in the open, with asphalt roads and long concrete pads. Grass between the sites with picnic tables, and fire ring. Campground was clean. Privacy dictated by number and spacing of campers. - WinnMac
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
May 2016 - $36.00
A little ways off the interstate in a rural setting. Quiet park, large sites, some shade. WIFI was adequate but not fast or always available. Clean restrooms.
We camped here overnight in a motorhome. - 76Gator
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Don't know why we didn't check the reviews before we booked this campground or we wouldn't have stayed here. The other reviewers described it perfectly. There are tons of burs which got into our dogs paws to the point we had to carry one of them. Full timers don't maintain their sites and its just generally a run down place that we won't stay at again. My husband says its like an RV graveyard, when you want to retire your old RV, bring it here and drop it off. The reception person was very nice and friendly. When we realized we hadn't packed cooking oil and the KOA store didn't have any, he gave us a cup of his own oil. Needs tons of work and KOA needs to monitor it closely. - davis0056
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