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11 RV Parks near Hubbard, Texas
Jul 2017 - $15.00
Nice RV Park with lake view sites, also has numerous tent sites, fishing dock, boat ramp, picnic tables, BBQ Grill and city park with cover and playground. Boating and fishing permitted. Has gravel road leading from paved State Highway 31. - Glenn Cannon
Oct 2018 - $10.00
Still a good COE Park but is getting close to needing a makeover on the roads and pads. Also some the trees need to be trimmed above the sites. However still a good value and nice and quiet. Easy to find and easy to maneuver. - tbax46
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Staff was friendly. Our site was absolutely beautiful with a panoramic view of the lake. Wildlife was abundant with fish jumping and herons diving in after them. Boats are present but their noise is barely audible. Night sky conditions were as good as can be expected for a place that close to Dallas. The wide open view away from the city was pleasant. The only knock was that after doing a little cold-water swimming (this lake is colder than surrounding lakes - very refreshing!) we found that the bathroom next to the swim beach had no running water. This might have been because it was not considered "swim season" but a posted notice would be nice. We went to the main shower for our campsite though and found it to be amazingly clean, with lots of hot water. The playground has been removed despite still appearing on recreation.gov maps. The advertised problem with Argentine ants was not to be found at all. Weather was beautiful and none of them showed up. Cell service was good enough with window-mounted antennas - 8mb down with Verizon and 20mb down with AT&T. Over all the minor issues do not detract much from the overall positive rating. We only stayed here for an night and are looking forward to returning. - KalifG
Jul 2017 - $10.00
Beautiful lake, quiet, never crowded (we've only been there on weekdays). Room for our 45' motor home. Water & 30/50 amp, dump station. - TJJ
Jan 2018 - $8.00
Excellent park if you do not need the bathrooms, they are in disrepair. Would be a 10 if they would do some work on them. I'll come back. - padlin00
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Me and my husband stayed the weekend at this beautiful gem of a park. Spacious camp sites. We stayed at #4 site. Plenty of privacy for us. Few dogs barking but that was ok. Drive way is steep so I suggest to go up it carefully. The bathrooms are bathrooms. They were ok. Will definitely be back. Adorable Picnic cover on concrete pad with table!! - Chuck and Teresa
Nov 2016 - $7.00
It was a really nice spot, but the electrical box was confusing. The 30 amp had a breaker, plus there was a 50 amp breaker. But we had no electricity first night because we didn't realize you had to flip the 50 amp breaker to get juice to the 30 amp outlet. Some say that is a dangerous combo.
Also, they have an infestation of ants. They gave us some spray, which we used around the tires and jacks, but it rained, and we forgot to spray. Thus, ants invaded the trailer and crawled on my face in the night. Not pleasant. - Martha Goudey
Mar 2018 - $35.00
This campground was in serious disrepair and dirty. There was debris all over the campground. After moving from a site that was very unlevel, the substituted site had electrical connections on one of two that had burn marks around the connection. The restroom/shower was fairly clean but barely maintained.
Called the facility 2 hours before arrival to see if there was a site available, had to leave a message and no response. Did not acknowledge receiving our message after our arrival, either.
Glad it was a one night stay AND we had an appointment which kept us from having to be at the park longer than we were. There was dog excrement EVERYWHERE. A seriously damaged 5th wheel was in the park with tarp covers and broken windows and still with someone living in it. Unacceptable. - On_the_Road_Again-2
Aug 2017 - $32.00
We just bought our first new camper, so this was the first time we had ever stayed at an RV Park. We needed lots of help setting up our camper and getting connected to utilities. The staff was so helpful and friendly. They escorted us to our site and spent 30 minutes helping us get set up. Our site had nice shade and we were close to the fenced dog walk. The restrooms and showers were very clean, and the swimming pool had a nice shaded deck where we could sit and watch our kids swim. We will definitely stay here again. - MaggieMason
Mar 2017 - $32.00
First RV park stay ever, so nothing to compare it to. We stayed one night with our 32' 5th wheel on the way home from the dealership picking it up. We got a pull-thru site way in the back, I think site G. Very easy in and out of the site & plenty of room to have truck parked in front of trailer. Utilities worked fine. We did not have a picnic table. The site was a bit un-level. The park is basically between 1-35 and a train track. At night, I think we heard the train more than the 1-35 traffic noise. There is a playground that is in acceptable condition. Check-in was easy (we had a reservation) and we followed the attendant to our spot - he asked if we needed any more help, but we declined. Women's bathrooms looked freshly painted (with wildflowers), but not updated. - 5th Wheel Family
Feb 2019 - $43.00
Stayed for 3 nights in February. Full Hookups, good water pressure, consistent electric. As others have said, the WiFi is not that good.
Cons: Spaces are fairly tight. Gravel sites, not quite level. I-35 highway noise (although it was too cold to have the windows open to hear it).
Pros: Easy access off interstate. Pull through sites in front of park. Very friendly and helpful staff. Dog park and nearby dog wash area! Little golf area and a catch & release fishing on site. The cutest herd of goats in the back area with tons of brand new babies this week! Free breakfast cooked to order with coffee, milk and juice! They are building covered seasonal parking in the very back of the property....weekend campers don’t go that far back.. Close enough to Waco to explore!
We would stay here again. - CorgiGirl
Oct 2018 - $46.00
A decent RV park right off I-35 and just a few miles from downtown Waco. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. There were a lot of long term residents staying at this park. The park has a lot of outdoor amenities, but we did not spend any time with them as the weather did not cooperate. They have a swimming pool, fitness room, fishing pond, cafe on site and a very small bathroom for the short term guests. The park advertises strong wifi, but expect it to be on the slow side. This park is in a convenient location when visiting the sights in the Waco area and we would have no concerns staying here again. The park is reasonably priced for the location and amenities. - Gary Gilliam
Oct 2018 - $46.00
Stayed 6 nights in this park. This is a very popular park so reservations are recommended. The sites are all very long and can handle any size RV. The lot was not level and took time to get my RV level. Wi-Fi - Excellent signal T-Mobile - 3 of 4 bars. Electric - no issues Water - no issues Sewer - no issues Satellite - no issues. - Peter G
Nov 2018 - $30.00
This was our second stay at his park as it is convenient to our travels from home to Bowling Green. The folks in the office are friendly, efficient and provide excellent service and information. The park is clean, sites are concrete pads with lots of grass, easy to maneuver even with a rig plus trailer that is 70' long. Dog park is clean and stocked with doggie bags. There is at least one other pole near a large area of grass with dog bags and a trash can. There appear to be a lot of full-timers but there sites are clean and reasonably uncluttered. The only negative to the park is that the full-timers start departing the park at 0600 and many drive very loud diesel pickups. The park is just off Hwy 31 on the west side of Corsicana but there is very little traffic noise. The rate is extremely reasonable for what you get. - Don & Candy
Sep 2018 - $29.00
Very nice reception staff. Long pull thru. Just a 1 nighter did not unhook the tow.. - Oooooooo
Aug 2018 - $30.00
If coming down I-45, you have to drive through Corsicana to get to the RV park, but it wasn't difficult even for our Class A. Navigation in the park is easy. We were only staying one night, but they gave us a nice pull-through right along the road you end up on when you turn into the park. We got there late and left early and never saw the office people, but we dealt with them on the phone and they were very nice. The site (#50) had a nice tree, some grass and plenty of room for slide-outs, and was mostly level. There was no picnic table or firepit/grill at our site. The restrooms were large and clean and the laundry was nice, too. We were able to get Verizon and T-Mobile, but didn't try the antenna. Granted it was just for one night, but we thought the park was clean, well ordered with good sites and hook-ups. We'd stay there again if in the area. - RobtL
Feb 2019 - $42.00
Park lives up to its claim as a working man's park. Lots of full time but quiet all the same. The manager is special. Great guy. Restrooms were clean but the rustic wood interior can't keep them clean long term. We would stay there again for a one night travel through. - mojomoho
Dec 2018 - $45.00
We had a fantastic site which fit our 45' Cornerstone. It was a back in site but plenty of room to unhook the toad and all. Big rig friendly! Yes it is a little noisy from the interstate, however the ease of access to Magnolia Market Place is great! The owner is eccentric in his own way... I would call him a Texas Good Ol Boy! I see others felt he was inappropriate in comments. We did not experience this, and he made us feel comfortable and welcome. - w0gen
Nov 2018 - $45.00
Things that can't be helped: horrendous road noise from I-35 125 yards behind our site. Horrible water pressure 35 psi at best. Things that NEVER EVER should have happened: After checking in and getting parked, I am told a crew will be coming to cut a channel in the concrete for drainage. Site should not have been rented. After being told there was cable TV, there wasn't because the cable was cut and not repaired. And the last straw was when I mentioned the low water pressure, the owner/operator/ manager literally blew up in my face to the point I thought it would get violent. Every inquiry about anything there was met with a lecture that eventually criticized me or my coach and how I knew nothing. I would never, ever stay here again if it was free for life! We shortened our stay and left early. Better bring a sewer "donut". No threaded connection. - DMcKitt
Jun 2018 - $20.00
This is a nice little park. There are only 25 RV campsites, but we had a lot of shade. Our site was at the end of the road, and the road was a little tight and rough. We have a 23 foot trailer, and I noticed a bigger trailer had a hard time backing into one of the spaces. We enjoyed our stay at Fort Parker and would like to return someday. - kanela
May 2017 - $20.00
Can not stop talking about Fort Parker State Park to anyone who will listen. We fell in love with it from first sight. Well maybe not first sight, the road into the park is in need of repair. Very rough. And all of the grounds at the Park office are grown up but I might be that they are waiting for the wildflowers to got to seed. The Park Rangers were super friendly, all of them. Once you got to the RV loop the lake side views are outstanding. And well cared for. Our RV site was right on the water and we loved it. A perfect site. Sunsets for majestic every night. Fishing was available all around the camp, very nice fishing dock, well lighted for night fishing. There is a nice boat dock and also canoe rentals are available. There is a nice community center for rentals. And also screened shelters that look very nice. Lots of hiking trails, bike trails. Grills at each site, very nice concrete picnic tables at each site. Very clean restrooms and showers although we did not use them. We thoroughly enjoyed the little nature center was educational and entertaining. Nice history lesson on the CCA and the park history. Very sweet and helpful couple who run the Nature Center and work the grounds. I can't wait to return to this amazing state park. - True Texas
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Fort Parker is not a big state park. There are less then 30 spots for overnight stay. It is on the Navasota River and Fort Parker Lake. It is quiet and the hiking trails are easy. You can enjoy a picnic lunch and fish. We love the serenity of the place. There is Mexia and Groesbeck close by if you run out of supplies. This is one of our favorite places. - Cirrus