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22 RV Parks near Bruceville-Eddy, Texas
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bruceville-Eddy. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bruceville-Eddy in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Stayed for one night. Called in advance and was given the last spot. He told me space #29, however when I got there somebody was in 29 and was staying a couple of days. I tried to call the owner of the park and he did not answer his phone. I called a few times and he still did not answer. I finally found another spot that somebody else was reserving. It's a nice park with clean bathrooms. You have to go through a residential neighborhood that was hard to get through in a 45' RV. The spaces are back to back and very close on the drivers side. Plenty of room on the passengers side. It was hard to get out of my spot because of how close I was to the RV next door the site was un-level had to use boards on one side of the RV. - sflabrkr
May 2018 - $40.00
5/6/18 Very tight for a 42' DP with toad. I had to unhook to pull in to my pull thru. Side by side pull thru is very tight but doable. Close to I35 and town. Be careful GPS wants to take you thru a residential street. Surrounded by corn fields very quite. Had to relevel as excessive slope not to bad though. Interior roads ok to navigate but had to unhook toad. one of the campers had a dish tailgater out about 20' from camper on corner lot into the road and host didn't ask him to move it out of road made it tougher. - Fred Gagne
Nov 2017 - $34.00
We had a confirmed site reserved and the day of the arrival, they moved us almost on the road. That meant someone else wanted our site and they gave it to them. Very poor business practice. Our site was a pull through, but with a rig our size, it is not good to do that since it was on the end in a curve of the road. Had to do some major jostling to get in in position. No sewer cap. Luckily we have pads to put under the levelers or we we would have pushed through the two inches of gravel into the mud. Won't stay here again. - Mleeder
Feb 2019 - $25.00
The crown jewel of Texas State Parks. Sites have been redone and are super. Wide, long, level concrete sites with great separation from your neighbor with a big sitting graveled sitting area with table and fire ring. Full utilities which is unusual for a Texas state park. The new TPWD website lets you choose your site when making reservations. There are only 20 sites, so reserve early. Friendly easy check in. Site fee does not include daily per person entrance fees. We have the annual park pass, so entrance fees are waived. Many hiking trails and a couple bird blinds. A great place to relax for a few days. Bring what you need, no stores nearby. Hopefully we can return for a long stay. The south end of the park is closed for now due to flood damage. - starwind
Nov 2018 - $25.00
A gorgeous, small, well laid out Texas park. Fairly new with only 20 full hookup sites, there truly is not a bad site in the campground. Sites are pretty level and all are long enough for the biggest rigs. One ding is you don't get to reserve a specific site, so when you arrive you are given a list of available sites to pick from. There are pictures and data about the sites, but without seeing them in person, you really don't know what you're getting. Since they are all great sites, not a big deal unless you want some shade or sun. There were people checking in behind us so we couldn't do a drive through before choosing. We got lucky with 13 which was huge with plenty of afternoon shade. We loved this park and will be back when in the area. Nice short hiking trails, but they get pretty muddy with rain, so we walked the roads instead. One surprise to us was how close the campground was to a regularly used road, so there is some road noise, but it's not bad at all. Good AT&T data coverage, decent Verizon, and our site had clear views for satellite reception. - Jerry and Betsy
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Newly rebuilt 3-years ago, this is the jewel of the Texas State Park system. There are only 20 sites but all of them have concrete pads, full-hookups and lovely crushed granite picnic areas at each campsite. The pull-throughs are very long and even the back-ins are nice and roomy. The HQ and bath/shower rooms are brand new and super clean. All in all a great State Park in the Texas system. We do have a couple complaints, it's not perfect. First, they love to brag about their prairie grass and that it's not mowed. It looks great - but it's full of stickers (and chiggers). Keep your pets out of the grass or they'll be instantly covered in hard to remove stickers. Unfortunately there is no real grass - no place you can walk your pet without the sticker issue. Also, there are not a lot of things to do around the area, but that's OK it's fun to relax. There isn't any wifi, but ATT Cell service is good and Verizon is OK, too. - Creativepart
Jun 2017 - $40.00
We are full timers and finally found a place to call home. Sites are spacious, park is very clean and the people are super friendly. Have a toddler and the park is extremely kid friendly. The park owner is very keen on safety. No speeders in this park! Play area for kids and by 8:30 pm everything is super quiet. Will be here for a very long time not to mention only a few minutes from the fishing hole. - Lloyd1276
Sep 2015 - $35.00
The park has asphalt roads and pads. None of the 32 pads are level but they do accommodate the largest rigs, if you don't mind having to back in.
Spacing between sites is nice, it allows a private and community feel.
The park is pet friendly with a $100 non-refundable pet deposit. It is also kid friendly.
Some sites have a picnic table and some have a tree that is still living. Sites have grass which is green during rains. No watering of yards is allowed per management. Lawns are regularly maintained as well as the small bath and laundry facility. 1 women's, 1 men's, and 1 washer dryer.
The park is best for long term stays and as an alternative when the lakeside parks are full.
This is my second long term stay and the park was better when it first opened. Overall the park isn't bad just some interesting management practices. But managing such a large RV park means growing pains for the person in charge. - KYoung
Dec 2011 - $13.00
We wanted a quick on and off I-35 going north. While the lady at the desk was very nice, it was clear the owner couldn't care less about the park. Keys were not available for showers, mostly permanent residents, apparently I-35 will be widened at some point taking over the camp, so there is no effort to improve. Next time we will keep driving. - balfre1946
Jul 2013 - $10.00
We stayed here for 14 days. The park staff was very nice, friendly, and helpful. Park was very well maintained, all facilities were clean, and bathrooms somewhat hot, but it's July in Texas. Very nice view of the Lake. Park host was out and about day and night. He kept the park in good order, quiet. Wildlife, deer, birds, armadillo, one fox, feral cats were in the park on quiet days. Lots of tents and boats on weekends, but for the most part, were well mannered! Will be back for sure. - CitizensReflect
Oct 2018 - $10.00
Nicely maintained park. This campground is on a finger of the lake which is very quiet. No access to the lake from the campground and the swimming beach was closed. Plenty of deer roaming the campground. Very secure place with each loop having its own gate. Level sites with nice spacing. Will definitely return when in the area. - Budmobile
Apr 2018 - $12.00
We stay in COE parks whenever we can. This one was immaculate, with the landscape well-tended. My site was perfectly lrvel, as was the site of the folks who camped with us. Personnel were professional and courteous, and got us checked in in short order. Restrooms and showers were clean and fairly modern. The only negative is that some of the signs are faded and difficult to read, and it would be food to have more of them. - K Graham
May 2017 - $24.00
Friendly staff at entrance station. Nice wide roads and parking pads. Extra parking spot at each site for an extra vehicle. Nice spacing between most of the sites. Some are shaded and some have full sun. Nice sturdy shelter over each picnic table. Most sites are level. Some sites have a view of the lake and some don't. Electric service was good. Water pressure was 100 PSI so be sure to take your regulator. There is a hiking trail but the trail head is located in a group camping area and if that area is in use, they will not let you use the trail! We saw lots of deer and one turkey. - BrentB
Feb 2019 - $40.00
We had a great site in the water and electric hookup area with a great view of the lake. We were able to get site 12, which was a group site so more expensive. Glad we didn't stay in the FHU area due to it being next to the highway. Plenty of room for our 39' 5th wheel and truck. Perfect spot to tour Waco. Visited the Magnolia Farms, which was pretty neat. There are several $10 parking lots near the silos, but there's a large free lot adjacent to Magnolia Farms on the South side. - MK_Willi
Jan 2019 - $26.00
We loved our stay! Our site #1 was a long back in with a beautiful view of Lake Waco and sunsets. We have a 43 ft 5th wheel and there was plenty of room for our RV and truck and the rear patio. The non-sewer sites were spaced out nicely with plenty of space between sites. The sewer sites were closer together and out by the road so I'm glad we picked a non-sewer site. Access to the park was easy, just off hwy 6. You have to go under a bridge before the entrance if you are traveling west on 6, but the clearance was plenty high enough (we are 13'6"). Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile all worked well there. - Love2Camp777
Jan 2019 - $13.00
Stayed here in a 40' MH with toad. The park is conveniently located off the highway and Waco. Many choices of shopping, restaurants, etc. within less than 5 miles. Stayed on a full hook-up, pull-through site. The site was just long enough for both MH and toad. The angle of the entrance/exit to the site is difficult to maneuver without getting off the pavement. All sites and interior roads are asphalt. The park is located on the shore of Lake Waco so nice views. Unfortunately, the sites with the best views don't have sewer hook-ups. The pull-through sites face the highway and do have highway noise associated with them. They are fairly narrow. Each has a picnic table on a covered patio. There are back-in sites along the rear of the campground that are full hook-up and are much more spacious than the pull-through sites. The restrooms and showers are nothing fancy, but appeared to be clean. The regular price is $26/night, but you can get a 50% discount if you have a Senior National Parks Pass. We stayed here 3 nights to visit some of the attractions in Waco. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Phaeton_Owner
Sites: 200 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Oct 2017 - $1.00
Stayed here while working an event in October the last few years. Lots of 50,30,20 amp FHU sites, some just water & elec. All utilities work great. Being right in Waco: lots of OTA TV. It's wide open so satellite reception also good. Cell and data service is good, but can slow considerably during events, so be prepared for that! Great RV site while attending an event. - dmkimm
Aug 2015 - $1.00
We didn't actually stay here. We wanted to but when we arrived we approached the office and were advised that they did not allow the general public to camp here. Their RV facilities are purely for events that are being held in the complex. Thought we had better make this observation so that no one else turns up expecting to just camp at any time. - KiwiRVer
Nov 2010 - $20.00
We like to stay at fairgrounds because there is lots of room to move around in a big rig towing a big trailer plus fairgrounds don't have lots of amenities that we don't use and don't pay for. This was a great fairgrounds but "checking in" was ridiculous, clearly the left hand had no idea what the right hand was doing. There were many pull thrus on level hard asphalt and/or dirt. Many Back in against fences. Most sites were water and varied electric (30 or 50 amp). Also there are vast areas to walk a dog. We would stay here again. There is a lot to do in the Waco area and this is a good location to do them from. - tpw0607
May 2017 - $25.00
RV park is for patients and patient's family. All sites are back in. Have a few for big rigs but most are for 30' or shorter. Next to the hospital with easy access to entrances in walking distance or can take shuttle Monday through Friday. Able to park on vehicle per site, but other parking is located nearby. Extremely close to shopping and restaurants. Pet friendly, nice laundry, and full service restrooms. The number is for security which you call after you arrive. Park is first come first serve with no reservations. Concrete pads are just wide enough for RV with no patio or picnic tables. Some site connections are at the very front requiring extension of power cords, water hoses, and sewer hoses. Other site connections are located in the middle or rear. Good place to stay when your loved one is in the hospital for an extended period of time. - Msubulldawgnwaco
Apr 2018 - $12.00
This park was certainly nice enough although the roads were being worked on and were hard to navigate and bumpy. We were easily able to find where we wanted to go. However, the bathrooms were deplorable. I took a bird bath in our camper after going into them. I looked in every one and found rusted floors from the metal thrash can, crumbled and missing concrete several places in the floor, questionable cleanliness, grass tracked in all over the floor. I even went into the handicapped bathroom. That would be bad if a truly handicapped person entered, set up their supplies, only to discover NO handle on the shower. There were even vise-grip marks where someone tried to use it. In addition, the first sign points to the right toward the marina. We drove around for 20 minutes, finally called the marina to find how to get to the RV park. I don't think I would use again if other lake parks were available. - MickeyCathyBryant
Oct 2017 - $12.00
The front gate couple were very helpful. This park has a beautiful setting. On the lake, grills, fire pits, covered tables and asphalt pads. The asphalt pads have grass growing in the cracks. This destroys the asphalt. Our site was dirty, lots of small trash items in the grass, gravel on the asphalt pad (they rake the gravel around the tables onto the pad), and muddy pad when it rained. The exit road has deep pot holes. The restrooms were broken (no water in one stall, doors would not close because the hinges needed tightening) and no soap.
The grass was growing over the sidewalks and pads. Dumpster lids were open and attracted flies. Because of the location and price we would stay here again. This could be so much nicer with a little attention to detail. - Beas
Apr 2017 - $12.00
We stayed here for one week in a fifth wheel, enjoyed our stay. The sites are well separated and private although there are few trees, mostly grassy areas. The restrooms are a fair distance from the sites, but we did not use them. The dump site is difficult to use as the connections are on a raised concrete platform, difficult to use if you are using a tote. - estegw