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20 RV Parks near Daingerfield, Texas
Apr 2019 - $25.00
Only 10 sites in that area, all pull thru. It's a very quiet park. If you camp in April, the pine trees have yellow pollen that gets everywhere, all over your truck, camper, picnic tables. Bring a blower. The site itself was beautiful and private. The lake is small with a lot of lily pads and moss. If there has been rain, you don't want site 7 due to drainage. Other sites were very nice. - Ilona
Sep 2018 - $25.00
This was our first time at Daingerfield State Park. The staff that checked us in was very helpful. We had reservations in the Big Pine Premium Site area. We were assigned Site 7 which is probably the choice site. The site was level and easy to get in and out with a nice view of the lake. The shore was covered with Lilly Pads and fishing was not possible but the site was great. The sewer connection was a few inches above the ground level but caused little problem. We will return. - grs1950
Apr 2018 - $25.00
We got to the campground around 12:30. Went in and a very nice park employee was working (believe her name was Ms Wolf). in all the years I have never had such a nice helpful and courteous front desk person. Very knowledgeable and was very helpful in getting us the right site. If you are here and she is worki g thank her for her service. Now about the park the pull through site was level but a little tight but what a view of the lake!!! We have decided this is one of our favorite parks. - Stujan
Jan 2012 - $25.00
Gravel roads, grassy sites. Playground equipment for kids, covered pavilion, Clean laundry. Huge sites approximately 40'x75'. Plenty of elbow room and grass for our dog. Owners have their home on site. We will stay here again. - Herb Stark
Jan 2019 - $15.00
A quiet spot on a beautiful lake. The staff members were very friendly and helpful. Full hook ups. gravel pull through site was level with easy access. We called ahead and received specific access and parking instructions. Enjoyed our one night stay and would use this park again. - Cancamper
Oct 2018 - $14.00
Very nice park on a beautiful lake. Excellent wifi, cable available. Water, electric and sewer no problems. Fishing off the boat docks. Very peaceful place with tall trees and teeming with squirrels. Thursday nights they have a bonfire, bring a couple of brews and meet your neighbors. The owners are very hospitable friendly folks. One of the best parks we've stayed in a year of full timing. A great place to stay for a relaxed, low stress stay. - Oltrucker
Mar 2018 - $30.00
We stayed in this beautiful RV campground in a 5th wheel for one week and will definitely come back. Numerous sites by the lake and even large pull thorough sites, all accommodating full hookups. Daily walks to the boathouse, piers, and the awesome nightly campfires make this campground a must see. Truly a best kept secret in eastern Texas. - Don & Dona
Sep 2019 - $15.00
Great for an overnight stay. Friendly staff. Beautiful lake. One word of caution: We arrived after dark. It isn't very well lit so it was difficult to determine the best way to park. Arrive before dark, if possible. It was difficult to see where to navigate down the interior roads and into the parking space. But still, a great place, level and quiet. - RVwithScott_Marty
Oct 2017 - $17.00
This is an older park, but up to date with utilities. The pull through site was fairly level and long enough for our 36' plus tow. Just needed an overnight, but would stay again. - Lke
Oct 2013 - $17.00
I'd stay here again if I needed to. I didn't even ask for the discount Pass Port America. They had WI-FI, but didn't us it. My satellite did get reception. I could see if you where in first 4 site you might not. I felt like sites where fairly level - better than most of Texas State Parks. I would tell a friend about the place. For a couple nights stay it would be okay. - JustDon
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Arrival: You have to travel 18 miles south to get there but it just may be worth it
Roads: Excellent all the way coming and going. Except... we called the site owner in advance and she told us not to follow the GPS. So true. Drive in to Pittsburg and then approach from the south. I drove the GPS road in my TOAD and thought I was going to die!
Sites: Excellent. Plenty of space and well maintained. Full hookups. DISH by every site... but you have to pay huge to get it running.
Cost: $32.50. Website says there are discounts -- none. Park owner's excuse is that she can't update the site.
Local Area: Rural. You have to drive back to Mt Pleasant to get anything you really need.
Internet: Advertized free internet -- false. Limited cell phone reception. Clear views of all skies and/or plug into DISH.
Other: One dumpster at the end of the park. Inconvenient. Many excuses for not delivering on advertised amenities. We will not stay there again. - JC Penny
Apr 2016 - $33.00
Nice quiet park about 2 miles from Lake Bob Sandlin. I was on the only cement pad in the park on Site 17. Electricity, water and sewer connections are at the back of the site. Be careful pulling into sites because of this. Roads are gravel in the park and a little narrow. Sites are kind of close together but not on top of each other. Verizon service is 3 bars sometimes, but mostly 2 bars or less. Wi-Fi was not working during my stay, they said it was "hung up". Owners are very friendly. They are improving amenities in the park continuously. There are picnic tables in a pavilion in the park and they have just completed a nice large pet park. Area is still a little muddy when it rains, but they are working on landscaping in the park. Entrance drive to the park is a little obscured by some trees and it narrow. I would stay here again. - Paul_L63
Sep 2015 - $15.00
We were transferred to Pittsburg with my husband's job. The owner was very friendly. The spaces were tight, but very long pull thrus, allowing ample parking for both our vehicles. There were small shade trees. The park was located in a very beautiful, hilly area, making the drive a very pleasant one. The Laundry room was very nice and the shower house was clean and nice as well. The park was fairly new and immaculate. We were there only 5 months and would definitely stay there again. - Sharon Henderson
Nov 2012 - $13.00
Average overnight park. Level sites on pull throughs with good hookups, good cable TV and Wi-Fi. The only downside is the highway noise though it isn't bad at night. I would stay here again. Price is PA at 30 amp. - nedmtnman
Oct 2012 - $25.00
Very basic RV park; OK for overnight. Many long term residents with diesel trucks starting up early in the morning. Off the interstate which helped with road noise; however, this park is somewhat difficult to locate at night as entrance is not well marked. Roads need to be regraded and sites re-graveled. Next time we will go on elsewhere. - andrews4
Nov 2011 - $35.00
We really enjoyed our initial stay. A quiet campground with friendly owners and staff. Cable TV has about 70 channels at no extra charge. Nice large enclosed dog run. We will return again. - RedSoloCup
Oct 2018 - $16.00
We were looking for an overnight spot that was a little more scenic than the normal parks in East Texas. We found Barefoot Bay through our Passport America app. The rate was listed as $14.5 - $19.50. From Google Maps it looked like a good spot. We paid $15.50 for the night which was a good deal for us. At check in the woman was friendly, but another came in and stated that when she saw how many cars were in the parking lot she wanted to go back home (this is there slow time of year, we were told). I guess she does not enjoy her job. There were not that many people there so not sure what she was referring to. Yes, guests are listening to what is being said! We are full-timers in our eleventh year on the road. We recently purchased our third rig, a Tiffin Allegro Open Road. We are still getting used to its handling abilities but found the roads in the park rough and rutted - lots of RV sway. There was plenty of room to navigate in the big pull-throughs area. The site was long and level and the services were adequate. The park does state WiFi at the office so we were not counting on that. We use our own service anyway. At the time of our stay, most of the RV's were permanent residents. The park says no R's over ten years old unless approved by management. Some RVs were black with mold, ACs hanging out windows and sidewalls, and stuff piled around the RVs. No big deal for us but some RVers don't feel the same way. We enjoyed sitting by the lake watching a few boats come and go on a nice afternoon that was in the upper sixties. The views are pretty, for East Texas. - Howard Jaros
Aug 2018 - $89.00
Very friendly, beautiful area, grounds were very well maintained!! - Krista G Cook
Aug 2017 - $89.00
We love this camp ground, we keep our camper here full time set up. We dont live in it full time. Its so nice to just load our vehicle up and just drive 2 hours & it's ready to go. We come here to unwind, relax after a crazy week of work. We never worry about it, it is watched while we are gone. The sites are clean, treated for fire ants & other little bugs. They have a fenced dog yard, gas station, propane station, boat ramp, paddle boat rental, canoe rental, bait shop, fishing all over the area. There is a little store with the basics, wine & beer. They also have cabins. The bathrooms, showers & laundry rooms are very clean. This is my home away from home. Walmart is only 13 miles away, nice little restraunts around if you want to go out & a wine vineyard not to far away, Los Pinos. I would recomend this campground to anyone.. - H Davidson
Mar 2019 - $35.00
First Impression: Internet pages are misleading. CG has no roadside appeal and is not adjacent to the lake. Most pictures were not taken at this location. Some dilapidated permanents. Safety: I heard distant, daytime gunfire. Access: Entrance road in poor condition, good signage but not illuminated. Not in Garmin GPS database. Office: Unmanned and locked office. No store. Sign on door gives manager's phone number. Credit cards not accepted. Checks, money orders, or cash only. Online reservation taken but ignored (not needed - CG was about 10% full in early March). No price discounts. Facilities: No pool, spa, fitness room or rec center. Small, aged laundry room. Very small restrooms/showers, overdue for cleaning (score "D"). No propane sales, playground, or off-leash dog run. Campground: Not in a flood plain. No storm shelter available. A few, decorative trees. Interior roads are narrow grass/dirt/gravel in fair condition but with sharp turns; no overhead obstacles. Big rig challenging. Long coaches will have maneuvering problems. Tent area; no yurts or cabins. Badly aged picnic pavilions. Sites are nearby, sufficiently level, grass/dirt/gravel, mostly pull-through with some back-in, mowed grass between. Pedestals at middle of site with electric 20/30/50; no meters. Very high water pressure with good taste. Sewer is 4" threaded, about 3" above ground level. No concrete patios, no picnic tables. No fire rings. Excellent satellite views. Free cable TV. OTA TV found 20 channels but most are fuzzy. Free Wi-Fi with good coverage and usable bandwidth. Verizon phone at 3 bars; 4G at 2 bars. No recycle bins. Noise: Distant railroad; no aircraft, traffic, or interstate noise. Bug Report (early March): No insects noted. Runners: CG roads marginal for running, when dry. Yoga: grass between sites is adequate for your mat. My opinion: Score 3-Poor. Very seriously overpriced. Longer rigs pay extra $10/night. We left early. - StephenK