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Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $8.00
Most campsites are waterfront with easy access for kayaking or canoeing. The campground has 3 launching ramps for power boats. All interior roads and site pads are paved. Most sites are 30 amp with water; however, a few sites are 50 amp with water. All sites have fire rings, grills, sheltered picnic tables on concrete pads. The entrance gate is secured and staffed, there are picnic facilities, playground, trash receptacles and dump station. There are 2 stocked ponds for kid fishing only. Restrooms have flush toilets and hot showers. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Sites may be reserved online; however, we visited the month of January and the occupancy was 25% or less most of the time. We were able to get Directv signal and Verizon cell service was good. Hospitals and shopping located in Jasper, Texas, approximately 15 miles from campground. One negative during our stay was ants beginning to come out as the weather warmed up. Alligators are also present in the lake during warm weather (end of March). We plan to camp here again. We camped at Magnolia Ridge COE in a Motorhome.
If you like fried chicken and country food, a must is the Pickett House restaurant 3 miles West of Woodville, Texas. It is part of the Heritage Village Museum. Open for lunch weekdays, lunch & dinner on weekends. All food is served boarding house style.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $16.00
Some sites are close together and some sites have some space. Limited over the air TV stations, satellite reception good, but for some sites reception could be an issue. AT&T cell coverage great and Verizon PC Card received good signal. As previously mentioned there are street lights that create a lot of light pollution and even shine in your camper at night. Interior roads are paved, but narrow at times. Nice hiking trials in the park and great bird watching. Electric and water pressure were good. No road noise here like you have over at the State Park. However, during this time of year it's duck hunting season so there was a lot of noise from the guns. Didn't realize it until I was wakened by the gunfire the first morning. Kind of got use to it. It's closer to go to Jasper for shopping and restaurants. Big Thicket Preserve is nearby: lots to do in the area. We camped at Magnolia Ridge COE in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $12.00
It is a beautiful campground with large roomy sites. I would have rated higher if the bathrooms and showers were cleaner. Also, for some reason there are A LOT of street lights in the campground. Way too much light pollution. Finally, locals who were camping were out in their boat from midnight until 2 or 3. A good night's sleep was hard to come by. We camped at Magnolia Ridge COE in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Park is very large and sits on a very large lake. Part of lake looked like a LA swamp. Roads are blacktop and sites are gravel. Play ground equipment for kids. Great place to see deer walking around and fish. No noise at night. We camped at Magnolia Ridge COE in a Motorhome.Undo
If you like fried chicken and country food, a must is the Pickett House restaurant 3 miles West of Woodville, Texas. It is part of the Heritage Village Museum. Open for lunch weekdays, lunch & dinner on weekends. All food is served boarding house style.2Scampers • February 2015
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