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5 RV Parks near Bettie, Texas
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bettie. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bettie in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $35.00
This was a really fun stop for our family. It's a brand new park and very clean, with lots of amenities. There is an adjoining drive-through Wildlife Safari that we went through two days in a row. Absolutely stunning, beautiful views. Lots of exotic animals. The kids had fun playing in the "Fort" onsite. We will definitely be back! - D Crunchymom
Oct 2017 - $30.00
This RV park is mainly intended for those with horses attending events, but it is available to the public. These are back in sites very close to one another. The site I was at had covered horse stalls directly behind the site, would be very convenient if I had horses here. Very poor cell and data service both Verizon & AT&T. Free Wi-Fi was barely good enough for checking email. 50 amp electrical & Water all worked good. There are no sewer hook-ups or dump station on site. We stayed for an event, but without data service wouldn't stay any longer than necessary. - dmkimm
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This is a very small campground located about a mile east of downtown Lometa on Hwy 183. Built and dedicated in 2002 this park has a nice playground and pavilion for family picnics. There are about 15 sites. They are relatively level with water and electric and 30/50 service. No full hookups though. The road in the park is asphalt. Some sites are back-in while others are pull through. There are Live Oak trees on most sites. We stayed here in a 32 foot with two slides and had plenty of room even with the awning out. There is a bath house that was clean but no place in the shower to hang a towel, clothes or even a soap holder. That was my only issue. We stayed here two nights and will definitely stay again if passing through. - Bill from Texas
Jul 2012 - $12.00
I would like to give this park a 10 for their friendly service and accepting us late at night for an unexpected stop-over, but it was extremely noisy due to the garbage trucks that started running around 2:00 AM. The park is very small, but was able to accommodate our 40 ft. with toad. The lot was clean, manager very friendly. There is a public pool across the street and town is within walking distance. - KamperKat
Jul 2011 - $10.00
If you want a full hookup pull through site in the center of town for a day or two this will do fine. It is a very small park without a lot of extras, but it's clean, and for $10 (Passport America) rate it's a good deal. Spaces are somewhat close together. The location is very central, a block from downtown, and the local museum (worth seeing!) A prior review mentioning a playground and river is posted in the wrong spot. That refers to the city campground, a couple blocks away. However 8th & Bridge is a great location if you have kids, as it is across the street from the city swimming pool. In addition to the swimming pool there are nearby picnic grounds and a splash pool located at the old swimming pool location. There is good over the air TV reception with quite a few channels, and Sprint high speed internet works well. The manager was friendly and helpful. - Traveling man
Apr 2007 - $10.00
We stayed here after reading the prior reviews. There is no playground and no creek. This is a very small lot with full hookup RV sites close together. Several of the sites are pull-throughs, or can accommodate two RV's back to back. The managers were friendly and the park is located right in town. Although it is accessible by 40' rigs and can accommodate that length (which is the length of our MH), I do not recommend this park for big rigs - it is very small, maneuvering was tight, and we had a very difficult time leveling our MH. We would not be likely to stay again, simply due to size issues. Smaller rigs looking for a friendly, no frills park might want to take a look. - Laurie and Odel
Feb 2012 - $15.00
Municipal park. The site configuration is somewhat awkward with the first four sites along a narrow paved strip. If someone was in sites #1 and #3, you would have to parallel park your RV to get into site #2. When I camped there it was empty so easy to get in and out. Sites #5 - #8 are along the creek and right beside the park loop road so you will have traffic noise and they aren't very level. But it was a pleasant stop with a cow pasture for neighbors. And if you don't like this spot the 8th and Bridge RV park is right up the hill. To get there from US84 take 7th Street south which becomes the park entry road. You have to maneuver around the county courthouse at 7th and US84. No manned or self-pay station at the park. You pay at the Police Station on North 8th Avenue, a block north of US 84. Sign at park says $20.00 but they only charged me $15.00. - SteveSox