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29 RV Parks near Denton, Texas
Apr 2019 - $28.00
We stayed a week here. Site B, back in level gravel. Long enough for our 30ft TT and truck. the pool was not ready for the season. The laundry facilities where in clean working order, reasonably priced. We would stay here again when in the area. - Lorie Lee Spark2skip
May 2017 - $30.00
No one in office to help. Pool closed. No restrooms, showers. Difficult to get in parking spot because of cars parked in front of spots. Had problems with electric hook up because of a breaker. Worst part of stay was a ROOSTER that crowed every morning at 5 a.m. Not anything like ad on web site! - SharonKay
Apr 2017 - $30.00
First, the positive, location to nearby shopping & restaurants is good. Their web site lists a climate controlled exercise room, scenic picnic sites, free wi-fi, swimming pool. They have a pool, it needed some attention. There is no exercise room, no public restrooms, picnic sites consist of a couple tables, watch out for noxious weeds & don't walk your dog in the area or you'll be picking stickers out of their feet. Wi-fi is poor to non existent. Some sites are so close you wouldn't be able to extend slides. Low hanging branches need to be trimmed. Office is closed on weekends, posted hours don't seem to be accurate either. Routine maintenance & updates are so lacking I don't know how they pass any sort of inspection. All sites are back in, as close as some sites are to one another maneuvering a big rig into one could be a challenge. This would be a good place to open a real rv park. - G Host
Jan 2019 - $18.00
We have stayed at Destiny RV Park many times in the past and look forward to returning. However, the owner has decided to change the park to "Long-term only". What this means is that nightly or weekly spaces will only be available if available on day of arrival. However, if one needs a space for a month or more, this is the place to call and either get on the waiting list or find a space. This is still a very nice park that provides easy access to north Texas, Dallas, and Fort Worth. The nightly above is prorated from the monthly rate. We will, and are looking forward to, returning to Destiny RV Park again. - geo-gypsy
Nov 2018 - $58.00
Unlevel lots, hard to navigate with larger rigs. Confusing entry. Near I-35, Very few spaces for traveling rigs. Poor, haughty service. Would not stay here again. - DustyBob
Apr 2018 - $33.00
This park is quite old and has a lot of long-term residents but the staff more than make up for any shortcomings. They are wonderful. Very helpful and welcoming. The weather turned unusually cold so we didn't go to the race track as much as we would have. Everything you could need just down the freeway. The car wash out front is a nice touch when you come off the road. - Danelon
Jul 2019 - $35.00
This privately owned campground is actually located on and is a part of, a working buffalo conservation ranch! Yes, you read that right. The owner is a sweet lady, who absolutely has your best interests at heart. She is exceptionally helpful and kindhearted. Now, the park, itself, is a no-frills park. There are gravel roads and the park has some shade trees, as well as shaded picnic tables down the middle of the row. The sites are gravel and grass, and there are NO amenities to speak of. But there are buffalo! There is a lovely fishing pond, and you are more than welcome to drown a worm, no charge, no license required. There are several buildings on the property, which we learned belong to a hotel and event venue. There's a rock waterfall, goldfish pond, gazebo and some rooms that I suppose you could rent if you could reach the manager of the hotel/venue. The buffalo are not friendly, and it is NOT recommended that you encourage them to come any closer than they do normally. They are just there for your viewing pleasure. There is no park WiFi provided, but our Verizon phones and JetPack worked just fine. Over the air TV was sparse, but the signal was strong and the pictures clear. CBS & FOX seemed to be the only channels airing current programs. - kcdc989
May 2019 - $35.00
We live 5 minutes from this park and yet, feel like we are "getting away". It has a national park feel to it even being small, with the tall trees and spacious sites. Walking trail for scenic hikes. Some sites are not suited for larger RVs, so make sure of the size before reserving. Most are level but a few are long but not level for longer rigs. We have stayed at various sites and all are on the lake with beautiful views of wildlife and the water. Interior sites are very shaded and higher so still have views of the water. 30/50amp and good water pressure. Online reservations are available with a convenience fee and payment is made in full at time of reservation. Gated entry is manned by camp hosts during business hours -with code for late entry. Guests are welcome and plenty of parking. Day use area has access to the camping area. Dump station can hold 2 rigs at once but only 1 washout hose. - 4Texans
Oct 2018 - $24.00
Very nice city of Highland Village campground. Right on Lake Lewisville with boat ramp picnic areas etc. 30/50 amp and water mostly backin gravel sites. Fire pits, grills and tables at all sites, many directly on the lake. There is a dump station though in an awkward place from the campsites. Best to dump and then hook up toad. Longer motorhomes may have some trouble getting level but there are several level sites. Gate locks early but you have an access code. It is an oasis right in the middle of the city, but you would never know it. Would get higher rating with sewer of course. - teepee51
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Very friendly employees. Park is clean and located right on Lake Lewisville. Majority of sites are shaded at least part of the day. Many sites back up to the lake with plenty of space between sites. Plenty of grass to enjoy. Major stores within a few miles. This is a city run park. To make a reservation you have to get an ID and PW from the city web site. Camping rate for city resident is $25.00, non-resident $35.00, but if you are a senior you get a discount but you have to ask for it when you check-in and they will reimburse your account. - 1texan
Sep 2019 - $15.00
We have stayed at Hickory Creek COE before and will no doubt stay here again and again. Corp of Engineer parks have a great reputation and it has been our experience they have earned that reputation. This park is on the banks of a large lake (Lake Lewisville) and the grounds are wooded with trails cut for hiking. All roads and sites are asphalt and level. There is no sewer connection in this park, but there are dump stations available. The utilities are easily accessed and worked well. Our site had 50 amp. There is plenty of room between sites and each site has a picnic table and fire ring. And many of the sites have at least a partial view of the lake. We had great coverage with both Verizon and AT&T. However, as you might suspect, satellite was a bit iffy with the number of trees. You can't have it all folks; nevertheless, this park is a real gem as far as I am concerned. - the Fishers
Jul 2018 - $14.00
We booked 7 days and end up staying 9. Awesome campground with great site , walking trails , biking and boating. The water was warm and great sunsets. My only complaint is not enough 50amp and no sewer at the sites. They only have one dump station for 124 site. Even with that the wait time was not bad. The staff where helpful and friendly. - Betty Perez
Jul 2018 - $15.00
Could not get a pull through, but site was large enough that I could back in my toad and motorhome. The road to get in was very rough and unpaved in parts because of construction. - The Hughes
Jun 2015 - $13.00
This was a last resort choice for us to stay after we got kicked out of a previous park for having too many kids. I cannot wait to move. There are old, trashy looking RVs, beer cans/trash all over, and quite the number of unsavory looking people around. There are also 3 sex offenders, including 2 child molesters registered here. The neighbors across the drive have a stagnant pond and kiddie pool as well as a fire pit full of trash and beer cans. The mosquitoes and flies are horrible. There's a big park dog that is allowed to roam freely. This place just sucks. When we first pulled in, I was so upset that I didn't have another option. The lot is teeny tiny and squished in between two others. One neighbor has a big fenced in backyard with some scraggly looking dogs. There is no grass, just gravel. The sewer lines are above ground. It stinks. The wifi is $20/mo extra and sucks. Seriously, can't wait for my name to come up on a waiting list elsewhere. You have to share a community mailbox with everyone in your little section of the park and hope no one steals your mail. No thank you. - Charlise Grisham
Nov 2013 - $35.00
This is a nature park with 44 sites. The sites range in size from small to huge depending on the lay of the land and surrounding trees. The lady that is running it is accommodating and went out of her way to make sure we were set up and comfortable. We stayed a week for $125 and then paid for a month and that was $385. The river is not on the property but is directly behind it as the park backs up to a preserve. Beautiful hiking, and good fishing if you don't mind walking about 15 minutes to the water. All the neighbors were friendly to us, and would not hesitate to stay there again. - PresleyWalker
Feb 2009 - $1.00
We actually didn't stay here. The office is a run-down mobile home. The "manager" was next door in another mobile home. When he appeared, he wore no shoes, his socks were falling down around his ankles. He had a scraggly beard, was dirty and not presentable and appeared to be disoriented. He was scary. He said the sites were not for overnight stay, but weekly or monthly. He preferred monthly guests and the rate was $385. The entrance was poorly marked ( a small hand painted sign nailed to a telephone pole ). The pool was drained and there was some brush and trash in it. The interior roads are gravel and from what I could see in very poor condition. At most campgrounds/RV parks, you can safely sit around a campfire with other campers. I would be very reluctant to invite those I saw from the entrance to my campfire. Their website says, among other things, to "stay" in your RV. I had difficulty understanding this until I saw the place. I think it means that you're only safe if you stay inside with the doors locked. - Texas_Camper
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We stayed for month & our rate was $425 which included electric. The roads are paved, as are all RV sites. Most sites are pull through, which is a plus.
We did not give this park good reviews because management does not enforce their rules. Long term residents litter the sites with their cigarettes. Neighbor continued throwing cigarette butts out her window, onto our lawn, despite being asked by management to stop.
Employees were argumentive & confrontational when asked not mow around our truck until we could move it.
Our truck was broken into & our weapon was stolen & our neighbor had their all their tools stolen as well.
There are NO amenities @ this park. No restrooms, showers laundry, etc.
Maintanence sprayed lawn killer on lawn & our water & electric lines.
Sewage came up through their sewer line, coating lawn on our site.
Sites close enough to one another, that we could not put our awning out.
This park seems to be mostly comprised of long term residents, who still work.
Unlikely we would stay here again. - Susan Pell
Oct 2015 - $30.00
OK for overnight only. No cable, no WiFi, no discounts. Very narrow sites. Sign in at adjacent liquor store. Stayed because all the others in the area were full. Would pass on this park in the future. - twocoots
Jul 2013 - $30.00
I pulled into this RV park late in the day in order to avoid an approaching storm. It is conveniently located just off I35W. While it did have nice long, level concrete pull-through sites, the lack of WiFi was a big disappointment for me. There are also a lot of long-term residents in the park, and some of their sites could definitely be a little neater. Lack of restrooms and showers may be a factor to some. I would only likely stop here again if there were no other options. - Phaeton40AH
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This park closed in April 2015. It will soon be retail space. - arkanshaw
Nov 2013 - $22.00
This mobile home community had some unused land so put in sites for RVs right along the fence separating it from the busy 4 lane road. Traffic noise loud and All Night. We had electric, water, sewer, and we had internet. But the access road to the site was narrow, rutted, and once at the site, had no good way to exit. They seem to have put two RVs on one mobile home site with a shared driveway that is not in front of either. So you might drop off the curb getting out. Certainly want to unhitch if towing, and you couldn't fit in anyway with it attached. When I checked in, was told to follow the signs and not given map, instructions, or anything else. It was not as simple as it sounded. If ever in the area again, we would either stay at Walmart or keep on going. - Too-wow
Aug 2013 - $22.00
Like it was said previously, this park is mostly permanent homes, with some RV sites. The sites are hard to get to, narrow roads, big trees. Site itself is grass, narrow, not level. To exit the site you have to go over a curb, and dodge the parked cars. - wilpower
May 2017 - $17.00
We initially arrived at the campground on the Saturday of Easter weekend and it was PACKED - all the sites were occupied with many large groups, and then there were tents all over the place - I guess anywhere tents are allowed. Our site was near the boat ramp and there were vehicles parked in front of it that we needed to ask to move before we could get parked. First impression was NOT GOOD! But, after the crowds left, the park was wonderful. It is reasonably convenient to I-35E and there are shopping areas close by. We were in site 15 which was a bit unlevel side-to-side but doable to get level with jacks on a motorhome (we met a fellow who stays there often in a 5th wheel and he said it was very hard to level his rig on that site). The park limits stays to 14 days out of 30. They were very understanding when we needed to cut our stay short and refunded the days that we had not used. The dump station is back up toward I-35E - about a mile away - near the school. I would not want to try to dump during the time that school kids are being dropped off or picked up as there is a lot of traffic at that time. On the weekend when the park was packed, the other folks staying at the park were obviously not frequent campground stayers and did not observe normal etiquette - at about 11pm, the folks from the campsite behind us were at our picnic table eating and chatting (they had moved from the table at their site presumably to allow their children in the tents to sleep). Other fellow campers saw no issue with walking through our site. But, once the holiday weekend was over, even on other weekends, we did not experience similar situations. There is no camp host on site; the city says that the police come through frequently and I guess that is true though we never needed to take advantage of their presence. - pattic777