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Ballinger Municipal Lake
Ballinger, Texas
Ballinger Parks & Recreation Department

Cost: $15.00
Description
From Ballinger, 1 mi SW on US 76; 3 mi E on FM 2133; 2 mi N on FM 2111; 1.5 mi SW on CR 289; at E shore of lake. $15. 22 elec/wtr RV sites. Open all year. Tbls, flush toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, dump. Swimming, fishing, boat ramp. 54 acres. 325-365-4511. -Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
High View Park
Bardwell, Texas
Corps of Engineers, Bardwell Lake

Cost: $0.00
Description
From Bardwell, 1.7 mi NE on SR 34, then SW prior to lake bridge on High View Marina Rd; on SW side of lake. All year; 14-day limit. 18 elec/wtr sites (30-amp), $14; 21 elec/wtr sites (50-amp), $16 ($7 & $8 with federal senior pass). 65-ft RV limit. Tbls, flush & pit toilets, dump, showers, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr. Boating(ld), fishing, swimming. Non-campers pay $4 day use fees. 155 acres. (972) 875-5711.
Reagan County Park
Big lake, Texas
Reagan County Parks Department

Cost: $15.00
Description
From US 67 in Big Lake, 11 blocks N on Utah Ave. $15 at 80 wtr/elec 30-amp sites. Open all year; 10-day limit. Tbls, pit toilets, flush toilets only during sporting events, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, dump, playground. Volleyball, swimming pool, walking trail. Historic Santa Fe depot, jailhouse, oil derrick. -Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
Old Military Road Campground
Canadian, Texas
Black Kettle National Grasslands

Cost: $0.00
Description
The loop campground has water and electric hookups on the outside and non-hookup sites on the inside. The outside sites have some shade from cottonwood trees. Lake Marvin is a short drive away. Camping is free on sites without utilities or $10 with water and electric (Federal passes not accepted). There are a total of 14 sites, six with hookups. Vault toilets. Open all year. Roughly 15 miles from Canadian, which is on U.S. 83.
Canyon Park
Canyon City, Texas
Corps of Engineers, Canyon Lake

Cost: $12.00
Description
From Canyon City, 3.2 mi NW on FM 306, then SW (right) on Canyon Park Rd; at NW shore of Canyon Lake. 4/1-9/30; 14-day limit. 150 primitive sites, $12 ($6 with federal senior pass). Pit toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg water. Boating(dl), hiking/biking trails, swimming. Boat rentals nearby. -Don Wright, Camping With the Corps of Engineers
Pat Mayse East Campground
Chicota, Texas
Corps of Engineers, Pat Mayse Lake

Cost: $15.00
Description
From Chicota, 0.8 mi W on FM 197; 2 mi S on CR 35850, then SE on park access rd to N shore of lake. All year; 14-day limit. 26 wtr/elec 30-amp sites, $15 ($7.50 with federal senior pass). Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, dump, beach. Boating(l), fishing. Non-campers pay day use fees for boat ramp, beach, dump station. -Don Wright, Camping With the Corps of Engineers
Lake Halbert City Park
Corsicana, Texas


Cost: $15.00
Description
From I-45 exit 229 at S end of Corsicana, 1 mi S on US 287, then left on Lake Halbert Rd to 145-acre park on shore of 650-acre lake. $15 for RV sites. All year. Flush toilets, tbls, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, playground. Picnicking, fishing pier, boat ramp, miniature aircraft field, ball fields, basketball. -Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
Crane County 4-H RV Park
Crane, Texas


Cost: $15.00
Description
From jct with US 385 in Crane, 0.7 mi W on SR 329 (W. 6th St); 1 block N on S. Crane St to campground on left. $15 at 8 full-hookup 30/50-amp sites; 40-ft RV limit. All year. Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, no showers, dump, playground, pool. Pond fishing, volleyball, horseshoes, basketball, walking trail. 432-558.3522. -Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
Governors Landing
Del Rio, Texas
Amistad National Recreation Area

Cost: $8.00
Description
9 mi E of Del Rio on US 90 to Amistad Dam; N on dirt rd. Follow rd along railroad. Go under Hwy 90 bridge to campground. $8 ($4 with federal senior pass). All year; 15-day limit. 15 sites (RVs under 28 ft). Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr. Store. Dump nearby. Fishing, swimming, boating, waterskiing, scuba diving. Very popular. Has roped off swim area, fishing docks, and amphitheater. Only Amistad NRA campground with drkg water. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
San Pedro Flats
Del Rio, Texas
Amistad National Recreation Area

Cost: $4.00
Description
6 mi W of Del Rio on US 90 to Spur 454, N on dirt rd. $4. All year; 14-day limit. 30 sites (RVs under 29 ft). Tbls, toilets, cfga, no drkg wtr. Within 5 mi: Diablo East sanitary dump, Diablo East Marina. Picnicking; fishing; swimming; boating; waterskiing. Boats can be launched when lake is up. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Spur 406 Campground
Del Rio, Texas
Amistad National Recreation Area

Cost: $4.00
Description
20 mi W of Del Rio on US 9; 4 mi S on Spur 406. $4. All year; 14-day limit. 6 sites (RVs under 29 ft). Toilets, covered tbls, no drkg wtr, dump, campfire grill areas. Fishing; swimming; boating; waterskiing; boat ramp. This campground is more isolated than the others. Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
227 North
Del Rio, Texas
Amistad National Recreation Area

Cost: $4.00
Description
From Big Bend via US 90 and US 385. Access to Amistad from the north or south is via US 277/377. $4. 17 sites. No hookups or water. 14 day limit. Vault toilets, picnic tables, grills, fishing, boating, hiking, scuba diving.
Texhoma Park
Dumas, Texas


Cost: $0.00
Description
City park with a few trees with 20 campsites with 30/50 amp electric hookups. Restrooms nearby. Close to railroad tracks so bring your earplugs. Address: 500 W 1st, just off U.S. 87 about 50 miles north of Amarillo. Limit 1 day. Near playground and pavilion. Donation encouraged. Information: 806/935-4101 or 806/934-0837.
Haskell Municipal RV Park
Haskell, Texas
Haskell Public Works Department

Cost: $0.00
Description
At Haskell, 6 blocks S of US 380 at 401 S. Ave C. First night free; $16 thereafter. All year; 15-day limit (monthly rate $550 with permission). 36 full-hookup RV sites (30/50-amp), most pull-through; 32-ft RV limit. Tbls, flush toilets, cold showers, campfire grill areas, dump, pool, playground. Swimming, tennis, fishing nearby. 24 acres. Register at city hall, 301 S. 1st. 940-864-2333.
Twin Dikes Park
Jasper, Texas
Corps of Engineers, Sam Rayburn Lake

Cost: $14.00
Description
From Jasper, 13 mi N on US 96; 5 mi W on FM 255, then N; on S shore of lake. 3/1-LD weekend; 14-day limit. 24 non-elec sites, $14. Elec sites $26-38. 60-ft RV limit. Tbls, flush toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, showers, dump, beach, pay phone. Boating(ld), swimming, fishing. Non-campers pay $4 for dump station. GPS for non-elec RV sites. -Don Wright, Camping With the Corps of Engineers
Forrest Municipal Park
Lamesa, TX, Texas


Cost: $0.00
Description
Free camping is allowed in this city park for up to 4 days. $20/day fee after that. Eight back in sites have 30 amp outlets. Water, restrooms and sewer dump station available. Sign says WELCOME CAMPERS AND TRAILERS. Patrolled by police. Easiest access is from U.S. 180. Take 137 N to park on right.
Levelland RV Park
Levelland, Texas
Levelland Parks Department

Cost: $0.00
Description
The attractive park is on the east side of U.S. 385 about a mile south of Levelland. It's a big, paved parking lot with some trees and picnic tables. There are a few sites with electric and water hookups. There's drinking water and a dump station. The municipal airport is just to the east, so if you like watching planes take off and land you'll be happy. First three nights are free, then $25 for an additional 7 days. It should be quiet here except for an occasional airplane and passing vehicle on the highway.
Port of Aransas Beach Municipal Park
Port Aransas, Texas
Port Aransas Parks & Recreation Dept.

Cost: $0.00
Description
Stays of up to three nights are permitted along the long beach. The City of Port Aransas requires $12 (for the total stay) to park in the area from marker zero to marker 62. The area between the Jetties and Horace Caldwell Pier and between markers 52 and 58 is free. RV, tent and other types of camping are permitted. There is a three-night limit during any three-week period in both the free and paid areas. Some portable toilets & trash cans. Beach parking permits (stickers) available at city hall, Chamber of Commerce, local grocery and convenience stores, and from various vendors in town and along the beach. Swimming, surfing, shelling -Sara Bell
Twin Palms RV Park
Seguin, Texas


Cost: $10.00
Description
Full hookup rate is $35, but dry camping is $10, which includes use of facilities (shower, laundry, pool). Maximum stay: 2 days. The fee is based on 2 occupants, extra occupants (>12 yrs. old) are $2/day in addition to overnight fee. The park is located right off I-10 close to town and the Guadalupe River, 15 miles from New Braunfels and 35 miles from San Antonio at 295 Quintana Road, Seguin.
Tips Municipal Park
Three Rivers, Texas
City park

Cost: $15.00
Description
From jct with US 281 in Three Rivers, 0.4 mi W on SR 72; at W shore of Frio River. $15 at 40 full-hookup RV sites; $5 at 10 elec/wtr tent sites. Weekly & monthly rates available. All year. Tbls, flush toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, showers, no dump. Fishing, basketball, volleyball. Most sites occupied by transient workers; few sites open for RV travelers. 31 acres; former state park. No reservations. 361-786-2528 or 786-2528. - Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
Hidden Valley RV Park
Von Ormy, Texas
San Antonio area

Cost: $0.00
Description
Hidden Valley RV Park near San Antonio, Texas is a full hook up RV only Park. Only 15 minutes from downtown San Antonio it is a perfect base-camp for seeing all the attractions. RVs may park for free FOR ONE NIGHT in a field by the park entrance by previous arrangement by phone only (210-623-6737) and with arrival before 6pm. There are no utilities, restroom or shower facilities in this area of the park. No tents. These sights are not generally available during rainy periods unless your RV is small. Additional nights in this outer area have a small fee and the regular full hook up RV sites in the park are $32-$35 per night.
Lake Charlotte Cedar Hill Park
Wallisville, Texas


Cost: $0.00
Description
This is a pretty, wooded park where you can camp for free for three days with either email permission or by calling the phone number on the park’s sign. Camping is along the shoreline of Lake Charlotte. Three days maximum. A short drive north of I-10 at exit 810.
Pioneer Park
Wellington, Texas
Collingsworth County Park

Cost: $15.00
Description
7 mi N of Wellington on US 18 (18 mi S of Shamrock); at shore of Salt Fork of Red River. $15 at 30 paved, pull-through 30/50-amp elec/wtr sites; RV limit in excess of 60 ft; 10 primitive tent sites, $10. All year; 3-night limit. Covered tbls, flush toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, playground, pavilions, dump, no showers. Fishing pond, exercise stations, walking trails. 903-447-5408 or 806-447-5408. - Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
Riverside Park
Whitney, Texas
Corps of Engineers, Whitney Lake

Cost: $0.00
Description
From Whitney, 5 mi S on SR 22; facilities on both sides of Brazos River, but camping only on the SW shore, downstream from Whitney Dam. All year; 14-day limit. Free. 5 primitive camping/picnic sites. Tbls, pit toilet, campfire grill areas, fishing platform on W side; 1 toilet on E side. -Don Wright, Camping With the Corps of Engineers
 
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