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rating [ 1/10 ]
ThIs campground is now closed due to the Little Bear fire that occurred in May. What a shame. Bonita Lake is closed to fishing and is reported to be filled with ash and debris from the fire. {Website confirms. Check back after this season.}
rating [ 7/10 ]
We love dry camping and Bonito has lots of shaded RV areas. Lots of locals on the weekends/summer. Quite on the weekdays. The camping area extends for about 1/2 mile. If you like the quite, park near the entrance. The main area can gets packed and there's lots of music. This is a great place in the off season. Busy in the summer. Lake Bonito is about a mile away but there are no camping spots near the lake. Cell phones barely work. Forget Wi-Fi. Satellite TV is a necessity!
rating [ 9/10 ]
We love to camp at Roaring Springs Ranch Club. You need a membership to camp here, or be a member of Coast to Coast. Members have a key to the front gate so you'll have 24 hour access, in or out. Golf course and some secluded RV spots. In February, we had the entire ranch to ourselves. The pool is spring fed and maintains a balmy 56 degrees year round. Best used on those 100+ deg Texas summer days. You can't imagine how many stars there are in a Texas sky until you visited a place like this! Please do not plan a trip here: we want it to ourselves!
rating [ 3/10 ]
We like lots of room and this is your typical side by side RV park. Most of the trees have been removed so there is no shade. Our hookup had leaking water so our canopy area was muddy as well. There are several monthly renters that make the park unattractive as well. If I'm up that way again, I'd head to Tall Chief Cove.
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