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18 RV Parks near Ore City, Texas
We did however find 18 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ore City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ore City in the left hand column.
Apr 2017 - $12.00
This is a beautiful park with lots of trees, with open space below. The sites are spaced fairly close together, but no problem with interference with the slides. The only problem we had were May Flies which work their way around your screens. We had at least a hundred inside before we closed our windows and used the air conditioner. It would be a great park in the fall. Would definitely stay here again. - estegw
Mar 2017 - $26.00
Nice campground with old pine trees. Very nice roads, however please make sure to grab a map of the campground if this is your first time! The site numbers within the 2 RV loops are not marked on the road and sites are spread among 2 RV loops. We stayed in loop2 and the road to get to our site 222 looked like a driveway, so we missed it the first time. A couple of wooden signs would help. Other than that, it is quiet and well taken care of. - chantalcnrobw
Aug 2016 - $2.00
Rate reflects Senior Pass. Very pretty park on shore of Lake O The Pines. Part of a complex of several COE parks. Gate attendants are very nice, helpful and knowledgeable about both the park and area. We were in Area 2 which is nice, sites away from the water are more spacious. Power voltage was very high and we had problems with shut offs. Our EMS showed up to 130 volts at times. The park staff came and check the line and felt the problem was from the local electric company.
We ended up moving to the other area, Area 1 which is newer and had steady 124v power. Water pressure was about 65PSI. Sites in this loops are level and spacious: all with very nice lake views. Only issue with Area 1 is that is it right next to their "group camp" and we were unfortunate enough to have a wedding taking place the weekend we were here. So loud music and traffic into the early hours. We might stay here again, but would ensure nothing is happening at that group camp area. - Fixn2gocamp
Jan 2019 - $15.00
A quiet spot on a beautiful lake. The staff members were very friendly and helpful. Full hook ups. gravel pull through site was level with easy access. We called ahead and received specific access and parking instructions. Enjoyed our one night stay and would use this park again. - Cancamper
Oct 2018 - $14.00
Very nice park on a beautiful lake. Excellent wifi, cable available. Water, electric and sewer no problems. Fishing off the boat docks. Very peaceful place with tall trees and teeming with squirrels. Thursday nights they have a bonfire, bring a couple of brews and meet your neighbors. The owners are very hospitable friendly folks. One of the best parks we've stayed in a year of full timing. A great place to stay for a relaxed, low stress stay. - Oltrucker
Mar 2018 - $30.00
We stayed in this beautiful RV campground in a 5th wheel for one week and will definitely come back. Numerous sites by the lake and even large pull thorough sites, all accommodating full hookups. Daily walks to the boathouse, piers, and the awesome nightly campfires make this campground a must see. Truly a best kept secret in eastern Texas. - Don & Dona
May 2019 - $28.00
We camped in C319 (50amp, no sewer hook ups) 35' RV & truck fit perfect. Level concrete pad. Steep grade down to lake cove, where we docked the boat. Lots of room to park truck/boat trailer at site. Recreation.gov does NOT have correct map of the actual sites. Orig in C314 which was noted as 'Pull Thru' in Center of loop-it's actually on the point. Would've been great, but water was so high-we moved. Restrooms are a hike-uphill either way. Their at Loop 4 and Tent Loop 2. Loops are very tight turning radius for larger RV's & sites close together-very narrow roads with large trees. I'd recommend C319, C317 or C318-which is the lone site in the middle of this loop. Playground far away In Loop 1. Again, if you're a tri-athlete, probably perfect. Lots of steep hills in park, we drove to playground, where people were catching a lot of catfish off the bank. Groups of deer roaming all thru camp. Lots of rain this trip, park floods at several sites & roads within the park. Rangers were 'spot on' barricading these sites & roads. Park boat ramp flooded, we used the day use launch-water still high, but usable. Bait shop, Dollar Store close at FM729 & park entrance. Great home cooking cafe there also. Loop 4 is now available for reservations, used to be open only 1st come. Site 406 looked perfect for RV & boat docked at camp. - Jonte
Apr 2017 - $12.00
Very nice stay. Nice views of the the lake. Nice concrete pads. Easy to set up. Camp sites are aren't marked the best. We had to hunt a little but no big deal.We will stay there again. - melcrena
Oct 2016 - $26.00
This is a COE park on Lake 'O' the Pines. We have stayed here several times before in our TT. The restrooms and showers are just adequate. Excellent access to the lake and park area. - Crappie1
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The site was level, which was great. Our site had plenty of shade.
The park filled up quickly and, while there were a lot of other campers, we weren't jammed in together. There was ample room between sites.
My only complaint was the grass between sites was around a foot tall.
All in all, we had a great experience. - GaryWB
Jul 2016 - $13.00
We booked for a week but had to leave after one night. Very low voltage on power pedestal. No one on duty to fix it on duty for 3 days. So we went somewhere else. Locals are pretty much in control here, rules are not applied as far as parking and number of people. A few long termers. Spaces are close together near the water and in area 2, but better up on the hill a bit. Boat launch for the campers. Water pressure ok. Very nice views of the lake from all sites. Gate attendant was competent but cranky. We probably would not stay there again. - Fixn2gocamp
Jul 2016 - $28.00
We stayed here for the July 4 weekend. Park was not kept up like in previous years. Granted water level had been 12 ft. above normal as recently as a month earlier. NO grass had been mowed in awhile. Cigarette butts everywhere in our site. Fire pit wasn't clean. One thing we did notice was there were no summer maintenance volunteers as previous outings here, only the two men at the entrance gate. We will stay here again but wasn't real satisfied with the condition of the park considering it's a COE and maintained by our government. Duh, there's the problem!! - Juedoo
Nov 2018 - $42.00
THIS ISN'T A PASSPORT AMERICA ANY MORE! Nice people, but who ever designed this park has never RV'ed or went to another RV park to see how you design one. Yet there aren't any RV parks in the Longview area you'd call primo or just nice. The sites are small as far as I'm concerned they don't have many real long sites. Sites are gravel and RV is pavement. Utilities aren't we placed. Power worked great but very low to the ground and is hard to plug in. Sewer is back father on the site and up hill and the part end of hose fits in is higher. I don't understand why they did that I'll include a picture. All there utilities work very well and I commend them for that. Wifi is slow but most park are. I might come back if passing thru. You're 8 miles or less from super Wal-mart, Target, Lowe's and lots of restaurants This is the prime location. Anything and everything is around here on loop 281. Jucy's Tacos on the loop 281 and Judson road and Jucy's Hamburgs is on hwy 259 south or the loop also one on hwy 80 two different places great food. I was here visiting family. - JustDon
Feb 2017 - $18.00
This is an easy location to get to. Very friendly staff. The park is out in the open with out trees. There are a few covered sites. We had a pull through on asphalt. The park sites are spacious. There is a dog run but I was very disappointed that visitors had not cleaned up after their pets even though there were bags and trash receptacle. I even walked my dog on another grassy area that was littered with poop! - oniedu
Nov 2016 - $21.00
Passport America, Good Sam. Fairly new park. Very nice asphalt slabs w/very good gravel roads. No grass or trees in park. Free WIFI works well. Apx. 6 covered sites. Easy access, friendly host. My only caution would be the utility hookups. They are at extreme rear of the site. A long sewer hose plus an extension will be needed, especially for a motorhome. The sewer connection is also rather high above the ground making dumping difficult for motorhomes. Water & electric connections are very close to the ground (perhaps 4 inches) ...connecting is a little more difficult than normal because of being so close to the ground. - AFChap
Nov 2018 - $16.00
Buckhorn Creek is a COE campground on Lake 'O The Pines. Our GPS didn't want to find it. We ended up using the GPS to get to Jefferson, then following the directions on our reservation confirmation to get the rest of the way. Our campsite was on the lakefront and had a fantastic view. Most people were there for the fishing, and had brought boats. The sites were large, and had great lake views. Not all the sites were long enough to park both an RV and a boat, so a number of the sites were packed with vehicles everywhere, including people across from us who had what looked to be a large white catering tent set up on their site. The catering tent had bright lights on all night. This was actually the most annoying thing there. Other than the fishing, there really wasn't a lot to do there. Being a COE campground, there wasn't any wifi. The cell service was marginal. We could do email and texting, but couldn't stream video. - AnnP
Oct 2018 - $32.00
The men's restroom and shower house was closed for repairs. The drain in the women' Shower did not work. - BaldGuy
Jun 2018 - $16.00
Camp two nights, great site E107. - Goldwinger
Apr 2019 - $25.00
Only 10 sites in that area, all pull thru. It's a very quiet park. If you camp in April, the pine trees have yellow pollen that gets everywhere, all over your truck, camper, picnic tables. Bring a blower. The site itself was beautiful and private. The lake is small with a lot of lily pads and moss. If there has been rain, you don't want site 7 due to drainage. Other sites were very nice. - Ilona
Sep 2018 - $25.00
This was our first time at Daingerfield State Park. The staff that checked us in was very helpful. We had reservations in the Big Pine Premium Site area. We were assigned Site 7 which is probably the choice site. The site was level and easy to get in and out with a nice view of the lake. The shore was covered with Lilly Pads and fishing was not possible but the site was great. The sewer connection was a few inches above the ground level but caused little problem. We will return. - grs1950
Apr 2018 - $25.00
We got to the campground around 12:30. Went in and a very nice park employee was working (believe her name was Ms Wolf). in all the years I have never had such a nice helpful and courteous front desk person. Very knowledgeable and was very helpful in getting us the right site. If you are here and she is worki g thank her for her service. Now about the park the pull through site was level but a little tight but what a view of the lake!!! We have decided this is one of our favorite parks. - Stujan
Jan 2012 - $25.00
Gravel roads, grassy sites. Playground equipment for kids, covered pavilion, Clean laundry. Huge sites approximately 40'x75'. Plenty of elbow room and grass for our dog. Owners have their home on site. We will stay here again. - Herb Stark