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30 RV Parks near Bells, Texas
We did however find 30 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bells. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bells in the left hand column.
Apr 2011 - $30.00
This is nothing more than a small mobile home park with a couple of empty slots that they’ll let you put an RV in. We made a reservation and were quoted $23 a night. After we were in place and hooked up, I walked down to the office to pay, and they tried to charge us an extra $2 for our 7 kids, taking the nightly rate up to $45. Had it not been late in the day, I would have bailed right then. We offered them a compromise at $30 which they accepted. I wouldn’t even classify this as an overnight stop. There are no facilities (showers or restrooms) available. - MuellerFam
Jul 2018 - $31.00
stayed here a couple days used the pool which was refreshing since it was in upper 90s. Camping world was out front which was real convenient. cant use the cable since not compatible with my rv had sat. wifi was good can do some streaming. - countryshooter
Jun 2018 - $31.00
Site was level, ATT, utilities and satellite was fine. The pool was shaded by trees so we couldn't get any sun and the water was cold. We saw kids enjoying it though. We were surprised that we couldn't get any local TV channels. We thought we were close enough to Dallas to pick up theirs, but couldn't. The park was a little difficult to get to because of the 75 freeway and its exits, but we managed. - Traveler23
May 2018 - $29.00
Overnighted with our 25' TT. Easy in/out. Quiet! Lots of residents. WiFi was good. Didn't try cable. Didn't connect to sewer. Location is not great as far as things nearby, but felt safe there. Would definitely stay here again. - Karen1969
Jun 2017 - $25.00
This park is good for an overnight stay. It has mostly permanent RVs. The grounds are all mowed and manicured. The manager lives on site and met us in the road to guide us to the site. Very long level pull-thrus. They take only cash or check. - The Griffins
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Located on the left 6 miles south of Bonham on Texas Hwy 121. Take Exit 671 off of US Hwy 82.
The best thing about this park is the owner. Call her to make sure there is room.
All electrical are 50 amp only. If you don't have an adapter the owner will provide one. Grass-gravel site with some shade.
Nothing fancy, but functional. - CharlieB
Sep 2006 - $3.00
Small family owned park. $100+elec for month. Wide gravel sites and access road. Near VA Hospital and 70 mi to Dallas. No bath house, no pool, no play ground. Fair price in coin laundry. Stayed for some health stuff at VA. Very good CG for FT RVers. BIG fire works stand open in June. - Fred Griffin
Dec 2018 - $28.00
Lovely park like setting with a small lake. Wifi works outside of office hours but not let you upload or download anything. There are two sites with sewer. Lots of birds! - Judy Birchland
Apr 2018 - $20.00
This is a great little park. There are only 14 RV campsites. There are lots of hiking trails and trees. - kanela
Dec 2017 - $23.00
This little park is a gem. It is small as state campgrounds go with less than two dozen spots. The lake is small and placid and lovely. The sites vary from very long drive through to short back ins. It is all very spic and span and new as if the park has just undergone a major renovation. The trails around the lake are very nice. There are lots of birds and we saw fox and deer tracks. Bonus they have a trial internet. You can't do more than simple browsing but it works for that if you walk up to the Ranger Station. - Judy Birchland
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Mixed feelings about River View. Quoted one price on phone, charged more on arrival. Park seems to have been fitted in the terrain in awkward ways in some parts. Wi-fi is slow, water pressure with their mandated pressure reducer ($100 fine?) is dismal, and even the electricity at our site didn' handle loads very well. Scenery is nice, location is convenient and we had things to do in the area so our stay was OK, but seems over-priced. - Grumpier99
Oct 2016 - $25.00
A family owned and run park. They work hard to make a safe and enjoyable stay for all their guests. Restroom are air conditioned and heated. Speed limit 10mph and they enforce it, 3 strikes and you're out.
Large concrete pads, plenty of room for toads and nice paved patio. - Margaritaman
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Please be aware.... This place is not a $40 per night site, although the view is nice, no pool and many amenities which a $40/night camp does.. wifi so slow too. Was really disappointed when we arrived and asked for a site with trees, and their reply was "we put all of our Passport America customers here," where the sites were minimal to say the least, no trees. Also the park seemed to have a lot of RV lifers living there.
If you're gonna offer discounts for PPA and others the least you can do is not discriminate, otherwise just pull out of the program. - blackberryjack
Nov 2008 - $20.00
Our site was located directly behind the service center but there was little noise or traffic. The park was clean and trash picked up regularly. Friendly owners. Lots to see and do at neighboring cities within a few miles each direction. We downgraded because of a large fire ant colony at our site and smoking in the men's bathroom despite signs, although owners were aware of the long-term tenant(s) responsible. - Scrubbs1
Mar 2008 - $25.00
We saw 107 spaces, of which 30 are for overnight motorhome full hook ups. Separated by a couple hundred feet are the full time residents mostly in newer looking trailers. Overnight spaces are farthest from Hiway 75/69. Roads are all paved, pullouts are gravel except for 8 pull thrus on concrete slabs. Water, 50 amp service, sewage and cable TV are all available. Sites all looked pretty level and all were pull thrus. Hired help was friendly. Propane and dumpstation service was available. Behind an RV sales lot with parts and RV repair service available. Sales are mostly trailers, bumper pulls and fifth wheels. Signs said it was under new management. Sales help was attentive and friendly. All trailers were open and prices posted. Oak, pecan, redbud and other trees on the sites. Wild flowers were in bloom when we were there. Squirrels, robins, mocking birds, sparrows, doves and blackbirds gave that "country" feel. Pool (closed when we were there), playground, pet run, rec room and a lightly stocked store were found. Whole area was mowed including the pet run. With the air conditioner on low we couldn't hear the Hiway sounds or distant train whistles. No WiFi was available. Cell phone service was maximum strength so a laptop "air" card would work. We would definitely stay here again. - RVTravelerToo
Aug 2003 - $25.00
This is an excellent RV park, located near the Denison Dam of Lake Texoma just off US 69/75. We actually stayed there about 4 times, and we were treated real nice. Even the time we showed up without a reservation, when they had a club there, they still put us up in a site that didn't have cable tv, but we didn't care. We would definitely stay there again. Very well maintained small park. - Dodgeboy
Jan 2019 - $20.00
This was our second time at this park and loved it both times. It’s a huge park with several camp site loops and shelters. Only two of the loops have water and electric, others have water only. The full hookups with all pull throughs is currently closed due to sewer problems. This park also has a 3 mile OTV trail but seems to always be closed so we haven’t been able to try them out yet. - TXCAMPN
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Nice place. The wifi does not reach beyond the ranger station. There is a repeater at the bathhouse, but I could never make it work there. This is a decent park with hiking trails and water access. We got chiggers in 2017, but had no trouble with any bugs in 2018. - TexPaul
Aug 2016 - $13.00
We love Eisenhower. It has some really beautiful spots. We tend to always stay on the full hookup sites that have mostly pull-thru drives. The game wardens are great about keeping the peace. The roads are really nice and you can drive your bike easily on them. The trailers are well maintained for both bikes (in designated areas) and hikers. They have a sandy beach you can hike down to and it is beautiful.
One of the roads accessing the parks is currently walked out but it should be repaired soon.
If you pick out a spot while in the office and do not like it when you get there, just call the office number and ask to switch. They are more than accommodating. - LMTurner74