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3 RV Parks near Diboll, Texas
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Diboll. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Diboll in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $44.00
Very nice KOA. Needed a level put thru site for one night. Park was quiet and clean. - Patricia Sterkowitz
Aug 2019 - $44.00
KOA charges are always a little high. The pads were concrete and very level. The campground was clean but the grass was mostly weeds and in some places it was sparse. We stayed 3 nights and would stay again if we are in the area. The WIFI was excellent. The showers/Restrooms could be cleaner but were serviceable. - Bob from Irving
May 2019 - $44.00
A basic bare-bones park but fine for an overnight stay or if you need to be in Lufkin. Easy access from Highway 59 on north side of town. Only amenity was a pool. Sites are a mix of pull-throughs and back-ins, long and relatively level concrete with grass between sites and a well-worn picnic table. Utility hookups worked well but sewer was way at the back of the site. There is a modular building which contains a small laundry room and individual restrooms with shower, sink and tiolet. Most sites should be able to receive satellite and there is a good selection of cable channels. WiFi worked well. - Ray Z
Jun 2017 - $9.00
Stayed here for a week in June. The weekdays were good. There is a lot of wildlife to photograph. There weekend was bad. We saw multiple incidents where people were attacking nesting birds. The showers have not been maintained and the fans do not work making it nearly impossible to use them. There was plenty of parking space at our site for our toad. - geode
Apr 2017 - $13.00
Nice park, would rate higher if sites had sewer connections. Dump station was conveniently located, but strangely configured to make it difficult to dump without "accidents". Asphalt pads on several sites were badly buckled and needed to be repaved. Nice boat ramp and good lake views. Bathrooms were clean and staff was friendly and helpful. It was mostly families when we were there, it wasn't a rowdy group as when some other reviewers were there. Would stay there again. - Deep South
Apr 2017 - $13.00
This COE park has spacious sites and several have good lake views. The sites on the southern loop cannot get to the water due to the extensive rip-rap on the shore line. Other sites, however, have access. Sites were not particularly level, and the asphalt was crumbling on the pad site and on the roads. There was a constant patrol by Park staff, and every evening of our weekend stay there were one or two city police cruisers at the campground until 3 a.m.. I don't think this speaks well to the base clientele - and there were a number of over-large groups that looked like they wanted to party hardy. Biggest issue we had was the dump station. It was poorly designed with a 2' x 2' concrete box with a lip that now sticks up above the surrounding gravel. Therefore, any "accidents" were all over the gravel and unable to be easily cleaned by flushing with the hose. This had happened, apparently with somebody ahead of us, and we had quite a mess to deal with (and wash off the bottom of our shoes). Also, the flush hose had a female end on it, not a male end, so it was unusable for my tank flush. - TIN Diesel
Aug 2018 - $30.00
We made an unexpected stop in Nacogdoches when our trip was delayed by a Check Engine light. We were relieved to find a place to stay on a Saturday night that was flexible with the number of nights we stayed in case we had further issues. The park itself is barren and rocky, and the sites are close together. It appears that many teachers and maybe students from SFA University live in the park FT, though it was so hot outside, we barely saw anyone. Right outside the park is the forest, though, and it's beautiful. And right up the hill on the other side of the office is the Woodland Hills Golf Course. It was already getting dark when we arrived, so we walked a little on the course, and it was just gorgeous. If we hadn't been passing through, we might have stayed and played golf for a couple of days. The park also has a small playground with an old-fashioned swing set, like when we were kids, but not much else. We saw a few dogs but not any children in our short time there. The road getting to the park was a big "exciting": winding and hilly through the woods for what seemed like a mile or so, and then one steep, short hill to get up to the office to check in! I was glad we had a DP! - The Farrells
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Park is primarily full timers and is unkempt and has very few defined sites. It needs TLC . Access road has major pot holes and the roads in the park are not very well defined. WIFI is excellent , but TV is offered if you stay full time. I would not stay there again. Parks like this that charge $30.00 give RV parks a bad name. - johnmack
Dec 2015 - $20.00
This campground has no particularly wonderful facilities, but it is quite inexpensive and certainly adequate. The sites are gravel but wide and easily accessed. Most people in the campground seem to be either workers or students, but that was really not a problem. The Wi-Fi was good and fast, and the laundry was convenient and inexpensive. Our rate reflects a one week stay - basically seven nights for the price of six. We would probably stay here again. - wandrr