2 Parks near Wylie, Texas
Dec 2010 - $40.00
DO NOT STAY AT THIS PARK! The bath house is disgusting and riddled with spiders and bugs. The hot water is NEVER on so when you do try to take a a shower: the water is cold. There is no laundry facility: the closest one is in Wylie and that laundry mat is disgusting. There is no mail service, so if you stay long term you must buy a PO box in Wylie. There is also no outgoing mail so you must drive into Wylie to simply mail out you mail. Very inconvenient. If your pipes freeze, YOU are responsible even though the water controller the parks utilize are NOT for inclement weather. I went out of town and turned off my water and their cheap pipes froze while I was gone. I returned home to a $150.00 dollar bill taped to my door. This park also over charges on electricity bills. DO NOT BE FOOLED by the ignorant office manager at the gate house, she does the meter reading and over charges on all monthly bills. Overall this park is the worst park I have lived in as a full time RV'er. You will regret wasting your time moving here, to have to move after you have realized the disgusting park and its employees. - tgerald
Jun 2010 - $27.00
This campground is advertised as a resort but is far from it. The sites were so un-level you could not sit on lawn chairs outside, no picnic table, no shade and the roads were so bumpy it turned over the furniture in the RV. The restrooms were not even roadside rest quality, no door on the one and only toilet stall, dead bugs, bird droppings all over the floor and fixtures and one shower stall that had not been cleaned lately. I would not ever stay here again and would not recommend it to anyone. They charge a premium price for a sub-standard park. - rlyons
Dec 2015 - $15.00
We lived four miles from this park before going full-time. Always stop here for our doctor visits, and to see kids/ grandkids.
Very spacious, on flat area which doesn't drain well after heavy rains. Be careful - many sites are depressed and flood. Won't damage your rig, but you will get your feet wet.
After spring 2015 floods, day use area is closed.
As one of the four highest priced COE parks in Texas, falls short on my value scale. Previous project to rebuild restrooms and add sewer hookups - which was stopped several years ago - might be restarted in 2016 according to park hosts, local COE office. I'll wait and see.
As mentioned above - park roads are horrible and getting worse. COE had millions of dollars of flood damage in Texas in 2015. I don't see how they will get to projects like fixing huge pot-holes soon.
Road from TX-78 to park is also getting worse. Collin County and City of Wylie each have short stretches of the road and neither is planning to fix their part. Heavy truck traffic for nearby water plant and KSC RR facility doing more damage daily. - PawPaw
Nov 2015 - $15.00
The sites at this campground are wonderfully spacious and adequately level. Check in was easy and the employees very nice. The bathrooms must be the original ones making them dark, dank, smelly, and virtually unusable. Since this is a w/e only park, being able to use the restroom would be a plus. One of the major problems with this park is the road. There has been no repairs completed in a long time. It is very much like trying to drive through a mine field but you cannot be successful in missing the incredibly large holes. These do no even qualify as potholes they are so large. The other problem is people living here. While there is a limit to the number of nights one can stay, all you have to do is extend. These sites are trashy, with debris spilling out all around the rig. There is a gate, but it is left open at night for people to simply drive in. Could be a beautiful park, and it is close to Dallas. You would think a government owned park would be better maintained. - work no more
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Sites are very large and come with a covered picnic table. Sites are paved and level and come with water and electric, no sewer. There is a dump station at park entrance.
We were in site 26. This is a very quiet campground and very relaxing. Was very convenient sightseeing in the Dallas area and close to South Fork Ranch (Dallas tv show fame).shopping is close by as well as numerous eateries.
the campground hosts were very friendly and from what we heard, the campground will be getting new restrooms and shower houses as well as new paved roads soon.
We really enjoyed our stay and would stay here again. - Kentucky_Rambler