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4 RV Parks near Tilden, Texas
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tilden. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tilden in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $17.00
Paved interior roads and all back-in gravel sites with water and 50 amp electric. Lots of space between sites. Many had a lake view. Ours was slightly off level and had trees overgrown. It did not allow us to back further into the site. There were no restrooms or showers in our section. Lady's restroom appeared dirty with grit on floor. No lights were visible from our site. Deer visited the campsites in the early evening. Turkeys were visible in several areas. The park had easy hiking trails though out that could be reached from our campsite. WiFi was supposed to be available at the recreation center and at the main office at the entrance. The rec center was closed due to staffing illness and whatever WiFi that was available outside the rec center was nearly useless (due to slow speed). - BobatRetama
Feb 2018 - $22.00
Good, paved (chip seal) interior roads & sites. Sites are long, level, back-ins, with plenty of room in between. Large mowed area around sites, with covered picnic table on concrete slab. Several sites have lake views. Mowed pathways provide lake access from campground. Quiet campground with deer & birds; there's even a fenced "bird viewing" area. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - FranM
Jan 2018 - $27.00
Price is $22 for E/W plus $5 per night without TX state park pass. Roads and sites all paved and level. Good space between most sites. Most sites sunny, some with shade. Picnic tables under shelters. Pretty lake. - aowcarol
Nov 2013 - $35.00
$35 per night was for a full hookups and Wi-Fi. The site itself is level, with what seems to be cliche, without a picnic table, fire ring, or BBQ grill. It didn’t seem to have any bathrooms or showers. There are big dips in the roadway at both entrances. If it were to rain, the area would be a big sloppy mess. The weeds between sites were scraggly and there was litter all around the park. We dealt with them over the phone and were told to pick out any empty spot. No staff was available except when they came to collect our money. It is not country living in our book. Most of the residents are full time workers at the nearby oil fields. Spacing between the sites is adequate. It’s a very quite location located at the end of a road. We received two bars LTE on our AT&T cell phone. We received 15 OTA TV stations. We would stay here again in a pinch, which is how we ended up there in the first place. - DD Rolling Ranch
Apr 2013 - $35.00
This is wonderful, quiet, shaded campground on a dead end road. Compared to all the other parks going up in the area to house the oil field workers, this one is truly the nicest. Prices are resonable. it is pet friendly and kid friendly.. Recommend this park a 100%. - GHOWLETT
Nov 2011 - $15.00
We've stayed in this park overnight several times. It's very close to the big Valero refinery and the highway, so not a quiet place. Most of the sites are occupied by long term oil field workers. Definitely call in advance. 361-786-4324 is the host couple phone. (361) 786-2528 is the phone number of the City of Three Rivers, and if the host phone doesn't answer, they may be able to supply an updated number. Pleasant place, nice trees, river, birdwatching park across the street accessible via underpass is good for walking. The park was full, so we asked and were allowed to dry camp for free, but this is at the discretion of the hosts. - Ken and Lee
Jan 2011 - $8.00
We actually did not get to stay here but we tried. It was booked solid. They are in the process of adding 7 new sites. The park is the best option in Three Rivers. Big shade trees and a boat ramp. The campground is very snug though, and though big rigs can get in, it may be tight. The host was very nice and pointed us in the direction to find a park to stay in. Town is full due to a mixture of oil/ gas workers and fisherman. - kap7893
May 2007 - $12.00
We camped here on Memorial Day weekend. It was not crowded. Very clean, shady park. Had water and electric and was only $12.00 a night. Fishing nearby on the river. - MACinTX
Mar 2014 - $25.00
Three Rivers South Texas RV Park is located halfway between San Antonio and Corpus Christi off I-37 in the heart of the Eagle Ford Shale. Quiet and secluded. Perfect for oil field workers but only for campers if you are looking for an overnight stop. New park in 2013, no frills at this point, and no pull thrus. Dusty entry road and parking is all gravel. Stayed one night but would not stay here again. - ndsnowbird