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3 RV Parks near Yorktown, Texas
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Yorktown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Yorktown in the left hand column.
Dec 2018 - $25.00
Small park, very rustic and private. Owner so friendly and accommodating. Lots of mesquite trees, pretty level sites, and very quiet. Best WiFi I have encountered in a long time. - TXTread
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Rate reflects Passport America discount. The turn onto Michael St. is very small and had a very large chuck hole in the center but we were able to maneuver without incident. Checked in with the owner, a very friendly gentleman, and he told us to choose any site we wanted. We chose #11, a long pull-though with parking on pea gravel that was fairly level. Angels is a work in progress for the young owners who have a lot of plans in the works, including changing the material for the parking pads. There are several full-time/long term residents but the maintain their sites very well. The WiFi is excellent (the best we have had in a long time) as is the view to the south for strong DTV satellite reception. There are no bathrooms or showers at this time but they are planning to build them in the near future. Very good 50 amp electrical service with adequate water pressure. We will stay here again. - StarlifterFE
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Stayed here for a couple of nights. The park is well maintained and clean. There were a couple of RVs in the park that I was surprised to see given the parks stated rules but it did not impact on my overall impression of the park. The owner and/or manager was very pleasant to deal with over the phone, he told us to pick a site and get set up before calling him to register. The Wi-Fi has a strong signal and seems speedy enough. The cable has a fair amount of choices with good picture quality. I wish the park would have provided a guide to the cable channels, but that is a small point I suppose. In addition to Passport America the park also offers discounts to Military (past & present) although I am not sure of the rate. I would certainly stay here again when traveling through the area. - Chalkie
Mar 2018 - $15.00
We stayed 10 nights in a class A motorhome. We never saw the owner/manager. He called me when we were nearly here and told us our space number and said we could settle up later. Later he called me and took down my credit card info, gave me the wifi code and said for us to call if we needed anything. We needed nothing, cable and wifi great, quiet atmosphere, no trashy neighbors. He did tell us that the PA rate will be $20 next time, which is fine, not overpriced. We were in space 33, no trees but we were happy with that, clean motorhome and we didn't want tree sap on the rooftop. Space was level. We will definitely camp here again. - The Wade Family
Oct 2018 - $31.00
Nice park to stay. It's a little pricey if you don't have the Texas State Park pass, but it's a very nice park with full hook ups. - RJ56
Feb 2018 - $25.00
The FHU loop is very close to the Mission. The price does not include a $6 entrance fee to the State Park. The water/electric area is just a parking lot a fair distance from the Mission. The FHU area is much nicer and all of the sites are spacious pull-thrus. - Alicenpete
Feb 2018 - $20.00
This is a fairly small park, easy to walk. The strong point here is TX history.
The Jacales area (not very desirable) is an asphalt lot fringed with picnic tables and water and electric hookups backed by trees/fields depending on which side of the square you are on.
The Karankawa area is eyebrow pull throughs with full hookups and wooden picnic tables on slabs. Fire ants are a problem in both RV areas. Shower/toilets are spartan but cleaned regularly and stocked.
For big box stores you must head to Victoria or Beeville. The grocery store in town and laundry are adequate. - TRVLaround