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20 RV Parks near Maud, Texas
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 25 miles of Maud. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Maud in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $13.00
ANTS! Diatomaceous earth didn't even help. We had to be connected to the truck and raise our jacks and stabilizers. Billions of ants invaded our trailer. We could not enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Other campers had ants too. They also invaded the area where we tried to barbecue. Shaded by trees but not dark. Narrow, tight roads in need of repair. Electric and water good. Good, easy to access dump station. Decent over-the-air TV. - ClayLady
Sep 2018 - $13.00
Campground host not very good. Asked for a pull thru site and he said no problem. When we got to the site it was a pull through but not for a 36' MH+toad. We called and asked if we could use another site across the road, he said OK. After we set up and got settled had a knock on the door. The site had been reserved and the person wanted his site. Mistake on the CG Host part. The guy wouldn't take any other site so we had to pack up and move. Then the Host came and asked for another $1. We were now on a premium site, what made it premium we don't know. Paid the $1. This CG Host was the worst we have ever encountered, totally incapable of the job. CG was very quiet but not near the water which disappointed us. Many trees, no sat service due to trees, OTA good. - Wandering
Jun 2018 - $13.00
This campground is a 10 for natural beauty, peace and quiet, good campsites and the lake. If you are looking for fancy facilities, crowds, or TV then look elsewhere. The whole CG is wooded and shady, with a view of the lake through the trees from most sites. Sites are spacious, with asphalt parking, water and electricity, picnic tables, grills and fire rings. Some have 50 amp electric but many have only 30. They appear to mostly be longer than listed on the reservation site. Ours was listed at 55 feet but was much longer. We could easily have parked another vehicle or boat trailer in addition to the 40-foot MH and toad. There was also ample extra parking scattered throughout the CG, and a boat ramp at the end of the CG road. Not many spaces here, but it was nearly empty midweek. I suspect it gets full weekends, so make a reservation on recreation.gov. The gate attendant was friendly and full of useful information. Did not use the bathrooms or showers, but I looked in the men's and it was typical COE, good facilities and clean as it could be. You probably won't get any TV there, but Verizon cell and internet service worked. Also a great value, especially with a park pass. - JA1800
Aug 2019 - $13.00
This is a beautiful park with everything you would want. Large back in spots with separation from your neighbor. Accessing the park was difficult due to the main entrance road being closed for flooding but it opened during our stay. Bring plenty of ant killer, we had tons of ants inside after the first night! I wish the park hosts would have told us about them. - RJ56
May 2019 - $32.00
Park was nice but very damp due to recent rain. The A Loop was closed due to flooding while we were there. - BaldGuy
Nov 2018 - $24.00
We stay at this lake and campground often as it is our local lake. COE lakes are always places we seek out as they are the type of camping we like to do. Wright Patman is a pretty large and pretty good fishing lake. Always something for the kids to do. - Chetty
Apr 2019 - $16.00
A bit off the beaten path in the north/east corner of Texas, the closest city is Texarkana, about 30 miles away. This gem of a state park is located on the shoreline of Lake Wright Patman, a very nice recreational lake. There are FHU sites in one loop, the other 2 areas are water/electric only, with a dump station. Electric was 50 amp at our site, #24 in the Wilkins Creek loop. Roads and sites are paved and are bow shaped pull thrus that are a little tight, but still accommodated our 38' TT and TV. For us that worked great as the utilities were on the back/roadside and our front room was forest with a huge area and no others in sight. Very peaceful and quiet. - Todd Hancock
Mar 2019 - $25.00
We spent four nights at this state park while passing through Texas. The sites were all paved and mostly level along with generous space between them. The lower loop offered full hookups, which were nice. There were a number of trails available to walk but, due to recent heavy rain, several were unusable. We would stay there again. - Phoenix62959
Oct 2018 - $14.00
This is a gem of a state park. The sites are not that level but very nice. Would definitely recommend the stay! - Pigcrib
Jul 2019 - $12.00
The sites in the older part of the camp are close with several back to back which can be great if traveling with a buddy. The sites in the newer part of the camp are paved, level, and very nice. We used this as just a stop-over but will certainly keep it on our radar whenever passing through.
The staff could not have been more friendly. If you have the America the Beautiful pass they give $3.00 off the regular $15.00 price. - Luna C too
Mar 2018 - $20.00
We were in only for one night and didn't unhitch. Out site was level enough to accommodate that, but many others would have required unhitching due to the slope. The new section, the first loop to the left, is where we were and is excellent. The older loops are poorly planned with pull-through accommodating two campers each and utilities split on each side.
Don't use your GPS to get here. It may take you to a closed gate. Follow directions on the website. I got asked if I had a weapon or ammo by the main gate guard. Be prepared for that if you carry. The lake is beautiful. - Tidy Boy
Apr 2016 - $12.00
We stayed for 3 nights at this hidden gem in the Northeast corner of Texas. The campground is located way back into the base away from the noise and traffic of this busy Army depot. It is quiet and shady with tall pines and flowering dogwood trees. We enjoyed hearing the forest songbirds after 2 months in Southern Texas.
The 50 amp sites are paved with blacktop but not level as the park is very hilly. 30 amp sites are gravel. There is a lovely dam created lake for fishing and swimming. There was plenty of space for walking and bike riding. There is a very nice playground. Kayaks, sail boats and canoes can be rented. The camp store is very small. Laundry facilities are limited and the dryers did not work very well. They said Wi-Fi was available but we never could connect. - HappiLeeRVing
Sep 2019 - $36.00
Picked this CG for a 2 night stay and found it very nice. All concrete roads and pads and our pad was level side to side and front-back. The roads were wide and easy to navigate but our pad could be a couple of feet wider. The grounds were well cared for. Utilities were placed about center to the pad which made my electric connection a little long but I did not need an extension so it was good. There are a fair number of full timers but all sites were clean and tidy. The park was pretty quiet and is back enough from the highway. Utilities worked as they should. Several good restaurants in the 4-9 mile range as was the closest WalMart. There is a row of back-in sites on the east side that border a small pond and the back-ins on the west side back up to some nice trees and get afternoon shade. We camped in a pull-thru row (B) and in the afternoon we had a little shade and our door-side was just on the shady side. Lady in the front office was very pleasant during check in. Very nice place to stay. - RedHorse1
Sep 2019 - $36.00
I made my reservation three days for an overnight stay and they were waiting for me and gave me site B5. I can see the two lane highway easily but I don't think noise will be a problem. The grounds are very well maintained and includes a lake with a fountain to keep the water circulating. I am very impressed. I hear the restrooms and showers are very nice but we didn't use them so can't comment. If they are anything like the rest of the campground I'm sure they are very nice. - DennyS
Jul 2019 - $36.00
We came in after the office closed but had called ahead and a spot was reserved for us. Hook ups were relatively easy but we thought there was cable TV and there appeared to be hook ups but they didn't work, we learned the park has discontinued cable. Everything is very modern and well kept. We had experienced a strong thunderstorm as we approached the park and weren't surprised to see some debris around our site. Mostly small pine limbs and pine cones. Other than storm related trash, the campground was very neat, well mowed and the bathrooms were exceptionally clean. There are a number of full timers in the park but their sites are also very neat. There was suppose to be a walking area around the lake but the grass was high and the idea of trekking out in the wet grass with my dog wasn't attractive so we stayed on the interior park roads. I would give this park a 10 if they had cable, a dog run and a pool. This isn't a good park for people with small children, not much for them to do, but it is a great place to park if you are an overnighter. - WindRiver
May 2017 - $12.00
The campground is in a beautiful stand of tall pine trees on the shore of Wright Patman reservoir. There is water and electric but no sewer. There is a dump. There are flush toilets and showers. Most of the pull through sites were damaged in a flood earlier this year. Most of the back-in sites are in excellent condition with level asphalt driveways, gravel pads for tents and concrete picnic tables. The sites are spread out a bit, but there is no understory, so little visual privacy. The lady at the gate said that the pull through should repaired in time for Memorial Day, two weeks from now. The campground was only about a quarter full on a weekday in mid-May. I would definitely stay here again, if in the area. - Teardrop11
Mar 2017 - $24.00
This park has lost about half of its spaces to erosion which is sad as it's a very nice park. I would highly recommend it for overnight or longer stays. The city of Texarkana, however, was a huge disappointment. Many buildings are empty and the town looks abandoned. There is a thriving new mall and restaurant area on the outskirts but I expected such an old town to have a historical area. - TNknitter
May 2016 - $12.00
The rate reflects a Federal Senior Pass discount of 50%. When we stayed here about half of the sites were flooded. Most of the other COE campgrounds on the lake were closed because of flooding. Even so, the campground was not full during the week. Most of the sites have some shade trees. We were able to get satellite through a hole in the trees at our site. We had very good Verizon data and voice. There is a gate attendant and the gate is locked during the night to give some security. However, during the day, there are a lot of lookers driving past. The lake is visible from most sites. Overall, the campground could be very nice, but it has a tired, sort of dirty look. It could use some help. There is a pump of some type near the campground which runs continually. If you are around site 16, you will be able to hear this pump very well, which we would find very annoying. The park, overall, was quiet during the week. Unfortunately, some of the longer term folks have put up lights that are very bright, so it is not dark at night. We would probably try to stay at one of the other COE campgrounds if in the area again. - TheJim
Sep 2019 - $56.00
This park is a very old park. There are only 6-7 sites with full hook ups W/E/S and they are highly sought after. The locals come here to fish and they know to book these sites up 6 months in advance to get the full hookups. We were in site B05 and its crazy the way you need to enter the road to this site. Turn left towards the parking lot and at the end of the lot there is a road that goes around to the sites. No signage going through the parking lot. There are some sites in section D that have been improved with new poured concrete. No sewer, just water and electric. The park roads need to be improved as some sites look like they have not been worked on for years. The lake here is extremely large and the serious fisherman say you can take 50 catfish a day out of the lake. This is a serious fishing destination for sure. The lake level was way down this year as there has been a drought going on. Lots of trees for shade but with shade comes no Satellite. Our satellite or Dish Is mounted to our roof of our RV and with all the trees we could not get the satellite to work. Not a big issue as we had some internet and 22 over the air channels. There is no WIFI at the park. The sunset each evening was the worth the wait in gold!! This site had the perfect view to watch the sun go down, it could not get better than that. This is a great place for local families and visitors alike to just hang out. There is not much to do if you do not fish or have a boat. Did not use the facilities but someone said the men's toilet was broken in one of the stalls. We used our America the Beautiful pass and got half price on each night we stayed. Our site needed some work as the front end sloped and we needed to put wood under the front tires. Also the jacks needed an extra boost and we added jack pads to all four to make the coach level. It was the first time after getting our HWH fixed that the coach leveled out nicely even with an unlevel site. Great value for your money. - Utley145
Sep 2019 - $15.00
We stayed on Thurs. night prior to labor day and on the way back thru Sunday night. Thurs. it was not very crowded yet and had a wonderful site on the lake. It provided 50 amp, water & sewer, pad was level asphalt. The public shower\bathroom was very clean and stocked. A maintenance worker was working on Friday to blow all debris off each of the sites as we were leaving. While there wasn't wifi the cell service was excellent. There was a very nice playground within walking distance. Pet friendly. - MikeFle
Aug 2018 - $15.00
We tried to get into Atlanta State Park but it was booked for that weekend. We decided to try Rocky Point. It is a nice park right on Wright Patman. We parked at C12 right on the lake. It being November we had some high winds all that weekend. We did hike there but it was overshadowed for my husband became sick - food poison before we arrived. He did not realize it until we were there and set up. He is a trooper and as I said did hike and went to Atlanta State Park and hiked a little there too. It is a nice park and I do recommend it. - Cirrus