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19 RV Parks near Leggett, Texas
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Leggett. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Leggett in the left hand column.
Dec 2017 - $30.00
Arrived late, but got good service when registering. Lady was very friendly. Site was longer than my unit needed. I only plugged into electric, not using the other facilities. Left early in the A.M., and did not use the park's other facilities. Will stay here again on my return trip. - eddieelk
Dec 2009 - $25.00
We overnighted here with the intention of staying a day or two, but after seeing the park, we opted to move on. It was rainy and muddy, so there was lots of mud tracked in the restrooms. They looked as though a complete cleaning had not been done in sometime. The ads we saw and Woodall's description greatly overstated the condition of this park. It is very junky and run down. Don't think we will be back. - stonybirch
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Relatively new park; nice power pedestals. All back-in spots. Reasonably priced laundry. The best wifi I've had at a park yet. However, all these things take maintenance, which I think the park owner is not doing. Nice concrete pads are covered with dirt from heavy spring rains. Asphalt parking along the pads is crumbling and deteriorating. The bathrooms are absolutely the worst I've seen. New construction, like everything else, but no concern for cleaning or ventilating. The shower curtains and ceiling are mildewed, and the smell is strong. Bugs of the creeping and flying kind are everywhere. I stayed for a week and the bathrooms were not cleaned once. - MiketheTexan
Mar 2017 - $37.00
Not one person has every been rude to me at this park. Lots of trees, you can't get satellite, but you can pick up local and cables. I didn't use laundry or bathrooms so can't comment those. Nice quiet park. No dust people drive slow here. - JustDon
Mar 2016 - $30.00
We enjoyed this RV park. There is a pond on site for fishing and a license is not needed. The park is beautiful with tall trees at every site. It is quiet and away from the traffic noise. The sites are wooded with tall trees in each site. All sites are pull throughs. There are no restrooms or showers. There is laundry service available and the laundry room is spacious and clean. There is a restaurant located directly next door. - Perfection expected
Oct 2015 - $36.00
Great cable/wi-fi, water pressure. Pine trees surround all sites. Long pull throughs. Quiet park, majority seemed to be permanent residents. Be careful where you park after a good rain, sites are covered by pine needles and mud underneath can be very deep. Our truck sank almost up to the axle when we started to pull in. - Gypsy4ever
May 2018 - $25.00
Nice little RV park, very nice landscaping, trees, very park like, lots of seasonal (snow bird) residents, many with their own permanent structures (carports, decks, etc.) I am just here for one night, but so far everyone seems friendly, can't beat the price with their $25 overnight, 9 am check out deal( $35 with 3 pm checkout). There is some highway noise from the state highway, at least there is in the site where I am parked, which is one of the closest ones to the road. This back in site is narrow, but is paved, works fine for smaller without slides RV's, though backing in at dusk was a threading the needle experience as there is a privacy fence comes within inches of the edge of the concrete pavement at this site, which is only about 10 feet wide, thankfully I stopped before my side view mirror had a chance to clip it. There is also nice looking small in ground pool, with deck furniture and a communal fire pit. Overall if not for the narrow site I would give the place a 10. - Isaac-1
Jun 2019 - $25.00
Only stayed one night but an excellent value. Staff are friendly and helpful. The park is very clean and sites are big enough to accommodate our 44 ft 5th wheel with room to spare for toe vehicle and chase car. Be careful of which way you enter the park to register. We took a narrow road and turning into the office lot was tight. Entering the park itself was easy. - autumnspell
May 2019 - $25.00
We stayed at Rainbow's End during our domicile process. - Living In This Moment
Jan 2019 - $15.00
We are finishing up a 7 week stay here. Had a great stay aside from the rainy weather but can't blame the campground for that. This campground is the HQ of the Escapees but non-members need not be concerned. Everyone is very much welcomed. It does cater towards older campers. A large portion of the park includes deeded sites where people permanently resides. Some have built houses while others park the RVs there while here. Absolutely everyone we met was friendly and helpful.
Sites for rental are in 3 different area. We were in an older section near the HQ and Club House. Sites were open enough to allow easy maneuvering and fairly level (our section had a little slope - actually needed here for drainage when it rains) but our leveling system compensated perfectly. Roads were wide and easy to drive around with my rig.
I would offer some concern that the section by the campground office (site 110 and higher) may get road noise. Route 146 is busy. - BluesmanG
Jul 2019 - $35.00
It does have a laundry. Some sites had fire rings and all had picnic tables. Easy to get into sites (all are back in). They do have weekly and monthly rates and because it is a small camp we have started coming and staying in between trips since we are full time. The park is about a mile from Lake Livingston State Park entrance and 5 miles from Livingston. They do have room for boat trailers if you bring a boat and a dog run if you have pets. They are working on more sites that are supposed to be completed in a couple of weeks. We will be back end of Sept. so will check it out. The park is only a couple of months old so if your use to a KOA or resort type park it might not be the one for you. I like the quiet little place. - Longhorn Valley RV Park
Aug 2019 - $55.00
Friendly, clean, great activities, clean pool, small beach area, boat dock, pet friendly, laundry room is clean - jillybean30
May 2018 - $45.00
The good: Our spot on the second row was level. All roads were concrete once you reached the office. Good view of the lake.
The bad: The park was half-filled with permanent residents. One camper had air conditioner tubing rigged from their camper into a car. The two young ladies in the office were not helpful and one was argumentative. The grass had not been cut or edged. The weeds were a foot tall. Very disappointed. - Lynn46
Nov 2017 - $38.00
We initially loved the park however, some very loud and disruptive permanent residents (to the point they were rollerskating in the laundry/community area and skreething) also outdoors yelling as if limbs were in danger. We called the office and we were told during camp hours they can be as noisy as they want. They even had no problem with skating in laundry/common area. We chose to move to a spot as far from the permanent guests possible. To make it more frustrating the staff not once acted remorsfully or sympathetic. We love the location/fishing so much we will stay. However our plans to come back seasonally are changed. - Akastanley
Feb 2012 - $30.00
Needs renovating, but office staff are great. Spaces too close together and a swamp when it rains, and it is too expensive for having no amenities, but it is on the water and the view is great. There is a bar there now, so don't stay there unless you don't mind hearing "boom-da-boom da boom' until 2 AM. - 3dogsnight
Jul 2009 - $30.00
A great place to stay right on Lake Livingston. Big RV spots available on the water, great views, open area. Also has 2 boat ramps, covered boat slips, marina and convenience store on premises. Has hotel next to RV Park as well. A great place to stay, will go there again. Lots of room to walk around and enjoy. Thanks. - thelandmaster
Jun 2019 - $25.00
one of the nicer state parks we have been in. sites were spacious alongside the lake and offered great views. nice park store/nature center with large fishing pier. will definitely return when in this area. - rockhill
May 2019 - $20.00
This is quiet a nice park. We stayed in Hercules Club Loop. It was a nice spot although the pads are a little old. There was plenty of room between the sites and that was nice. We have stayed two other times - at Yaupon Loop and Piney Shores. They have resurfaced those pads so hopefully they will being doing the same for Hercules. Piney and Yaupon both are full service. If you love to fish, sail or hike, Lake Livingston is for you. The rangers were all nice and helpful. - Cirrus
Apr 2019 - $28.00
Medium size park with 147 back-in spaces (no pull throughs) with picnic table and fire ring, divided into four camping loops. There are also 14 tent camping sites with water (Briar Loop) and 10 screened shelters/cabins. Yaupon, Red Oak and Piney Shores sections have been renovated with concrete rv pads and new blacktop on the interior roads, which were easy to navigate. Hercules Club Loop (W/E only) and Pin Oak Loop (FHU) are older, and the interior roads and sites are asphalt in fair/poor condition, therefore sites aren't very level. We stayed in site 40, a spacious, level site in the Red Oak Loop. Piney Shores sites have wonderful water views but most have a noticeable front to back slope so bring levelers. Utilities worked well although we were unable to screw in the sewer elbow due to the concrete barrier/lid. Verizon signal was good and we had no issues using our mobile hotspot for internet. We were able to pull in a handful of OTA channels, but overall reception was hit or miss. Amenities at this park include several boat ramps, fish cleaning stations, large fishing pier, kayak/canoe rentals, hiking trails and large day use area. Archery range available with reservation. Playground consisted of six swings only. Pool has been permanently closed and will never reopen, as I was informed by the park rangers. Park store onsite which sells snacks, drinks, ice, gifts and fishing supplies, but they are closed on Monday and Tuesday. Bathroom/shower area near us had 3 toilets and 2 showers and were cleaned daily. No laundry facilities available. Dumpsters conveniently located. Be aware that there is a $5 per person per day fee in addition to the camping fees. We had no choice but to purchase the Texas Parks Pass upon arrival for $70 since we were staying for 14 nights ($140 extra charge without the pass). Daily rate is averaged with this cost included. Overall, we had a good stay and would return. - RVIN 24-7
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May 2018 - $30.00
Upkeep is below average, but the bath house is being refurbished. Every time I have been there, it is about 10% full, so watch for wasps in the electric box. Website is misleading, it shows 3 types of sites, but you are restricted to the pull thru motor home sites when you get there, even if your trailer is smaller than most fold out trailers. Campground staff is not highly motivated toward customer service. Casino is now open, but no comped stays. Bring your food, casino food isn't all that great. I had a complaint about the price, talked to the casino host, he gave me slot credit to cover it. At least the Casino cares about what you think. The lake needed more rain, and grass trimming along the shore. - Friz