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27 RV Parks near Wild Peach Village, Texas
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wild Peach Village. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wild Peach Village in the left hand column.
Jan 2017 - $53.00
Nice level concrete pads, big park, some permanent residents, pull through was ample for 40ft MH and a car.. Dog park was actually in a cow pasture which is ok, but not fenced in from the cows... can't let dogs run...very clean, nice areas around lake that had fire pits...not much to do in Brazoria after going to the beach to see the ocean... Galveston not too far away.... - candivan57
Oct 2016 - $53.00
This park is amazing!! The amenities are awesome. They have everything you could ever need. They have golf carts for rent, free dog baths, pool, lake side sites, etc. The personnel is way beyond friendly. They were awesome. We loved our stay and were treated like gold. Way to go Bazoria Lake RV campground!!!!! - Debby W
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Greedy, rude owners. NO Wifi! Green Algea in their water! Several campers damaged here, & They have you sign away their liability for your damages at check in. Still under loud construction, equipment and workers. Worst place we've stayed!
They charge the highest per kilowatt in this area. With No Shade, Power bills are close to $300 a month!
Ongoing Sewer problems. They've left a hole full of water and exposed pipe not properly roped off for a month now.
Mowers come thru in shifts so it takes all day Sat, with noise and grass trimmings everywhere from 7:30 -6.
Any complaints will be directed to the corporate office, who will not return your calls. - Camper777
Mar 2013 - $35.00
We stumbled on this place online late one night and decided to give them a call. The owner answered the phone despite how late it was and welcomed us to come on. Probably the quietest RV Park in the area. We have stayed at others but did not find the same atmosphere. There is more than enough space between RV's. Some of the permanent residents on the park even have their own porches that they were allowed to build. Others have nicely fenced in area for pets around their RV. Not many RV Parks have enough room between trailers for a fence, a porch, parking and still have room to walk around the trailer. There are quite a few large shade trees as well. The owner lives on the park in the a white two story house at the front of the park. Their rates are great as well. We stayed a week and then decided to stay a month. - Fa11Guy
Oct 2010 - $25.00
We made a reservation the day before with the owner to stay here. We asked about pets and he clearly said dogs need to be contained. It's not the size of the dog that is important. Then he said hey I gotta go, my dog is loose. That should have been our first clue to not stay here. Upon arrival, the owners were not on property and there was no phone number to call and no one to talk with. We found a maintenance guy who was very nice but didn't have a clue where we were supposed to be, and the sites were not marked at all. We walked around the property and realized the place was in horrible condition and half the meters didn't work. Then we found the water was off on many of the sites. There are many full-timers at the back of the campground. The maintenance guy said we needed to wait about 30 minutes for the owners to return. We waited for a while and then decided this place was too big of a dump and the owners obviously didn't really want our business. We went to another campground and were very glad we did. We would not recommend this campground. - music mama
May 2017 - $45.00
Paid $600 a month for nothing, water terrible, Wi-Fi non existent, electrical, found out the old part wired with non direct burial electric cable. A fire waiting to happen! Unless you are a pet of the workers you are ignored, threatened to evict if you complain. Others had loud music til all hours. Most of the time the office crew were outside smoking or flirting. Will not recommend at all. If you want your RV to stay nice go somewhere else. Electrical and water nightmare! - Debbie K
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Small park, insanely tight spaces especially for the price, but balanced by the two catch and release fishing ponds, nice family area with small pool, dayroom area with dvds and books to borrow, BBQ area, etc. AT&T barely gets cell reception here. Place is kept landscaped and groomed, they are finishing a laundry to include a drop off option. Cable (rather, DirecTV via cable, which seems to be the choice with most parks in this area - for those of you hoping for real cable and the option to get a router for hardline internet). Pleasant staff, quiet (and I was a day sleeper, working refinery down the road). - Ditchdoc
May 2016 - $35.00
New pull-through sites are great and park is well maintained. Big open area for our dog to run while we fished in the pond. They also opened a new laundromat with a TV and porch for hanging out while waiting on our clothes. It's pretty here and nice & quiet. People are real friendly. The WiFi is fast in the park and they offer cable TV, so we didn't have to mess with our Dish. - Susan N
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Nightly rate reflects monthly charge plus electric. We were in the rv park for almost 7 weeks & I wish we could have stayed much longer. Friendly, helpful folks who always have a minute to chat & are ready to assist in any way necessary. And there's banana trees!! It's a small park, but plenty of space between campers. We loved it here & would definitely recommend it. - hippichik
Oct 2016 - $18.00
Quiet wooded park with shade trees over all sites. On-site management. Surrounded on three sides by a creek with good saltwater fishing. Free wi-fi. Very close to my job site at the LNG plant and less than 1 mile to shuttle parking. The manager is very friendly and responsive. Will fefinitely stay here again if I'm back in the area. - Velociraptor
Jul 2016 - $35.00
They refill propane cylinders and will pick them up and bring them back. - GrammyG
May 2014 - $35.00
Although this park is small, the staff is very friendly, the park is clean, and we'll taken care of. The restaurant next door was pretty good. I would definitely stay here again. - The Green Monster
Apr 2013 - $12.00
Price reflects a monthly rate (electric is metered for monthlies). This is a brand new park. In fact, we are the first people to use the site we are in. It's filling up with monthlies. Roads and pads are crushed concrete. There is a restaurant and laundry on site. The owners are friendly and anxious to please. The address is Angleton, but the small community of Danbury is a couple of minutes away. It has a library, Dollar Store, post office, etc. - nazpaz
Nov 2018 - $20.00
Rate reflects use of Texas State Parks Pass waiving entrance fees. This is a beautiful park, very quiet while we were there. Indications that it can be quite busy came from very large parking lots and abundant parking spaces located throughout the park. We stayed in the 30amp camping loop, Red Buckeye. Sites are well spaced, allowing room to relax. Some have a slant to them. Electric was steady and worked well. Water pressure was at 45psi. There is no sewer at the sites, but a dump station with 2 drains is located easily on the way out of the loops. Hosts were nice and loop was kept clean. They sell firewood at the camp host sites. Park staff was very friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable; the nature center has set hours. Lots of trees for shade, moss draped oaks. The trails we walked, around 40 Acre Lake and Elm Lake were very easy to walk. There are alligators here, no problem catching a glimpse of them in the water. No boating or swimming here, nice observation tower at 40 Acre Lake. We would visit here again. Very nice park. - Fixn2gocamp
Jan 2018 - $27.00
Price (for 30 amp) is $20 for E/W plus $7 per night without TX state park pass. Incredibly beautiful park and campground, especially considering they just reopened after suffering extensive damage from Harvey in August/September. Wide roads, including in campground loops, with very spacious sites, make this park big-rig friendly and very maneuverable. Sites 100-141 (Burr Oak) have 50 amp service. 200-234 (Red Buckeye) are 30-amp. Sites paved, mostly level. Picnic tables on cement patios. Mix of sun/shade. Great park for walking, including a number of trails. Restrooms are updated and very clean. Laundry room in RR building. Very good Verizon and over-the-air TV signals. - aowcarol
Dec 2017 - $25.00
We stayed in site 121 on the 50 amp side. Park is always clean and lots of trails to run and bike on. We love going to this park. - SmittysCHL