Camping In Texas Parks

Federal, State and Local Government Parks in Texas

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NAVASOTA—CITY OF NAVASOTA RV PARK

TX 105 W at city limits. Wheeled-camper sites with electric, water & sewer 10 (5 spots have both 30- & 50-amp electric). Limit 14 days. Dump station, flush toilets, showers, tables. Pavilion with 4 tables. Airport, Washington-on-theBrazos State Historic Park & Pecan Lakes Golf Course nearby. (City of Navasota, PO Box 910, Navasota 77868, 936/825-2241. www.navasotatx.gov.) PRAIRIES AND LAKES

NEW BRAUNFELS—CANYON PARK

Open April 1–Sept 30. From FM 2673: NE 1.5 miles; FM 306 NW 6 miles; local road SW .5 mile. On Canyon Lake. 184 acres. Wheeled-camper or tent sites 150; group shelters 2. Limit 14 days. Dump station, vault toilets, picnic shelters, grills. Swimming—beach, fishing, boat ramp, scenic views, marina with restaurant & boat rental. Guadalupe River information 830/964-3342. Fee. (Corps of Engineers, 601 COE Road, Canyon Lake 78133, 830/964-3341.) HILL COUNTRY

NEW BRAUNFELS—Cranes Mill Park

From FM 2673: S & W 8.6 miles. On Canyon Lake. Wheeled, back in or tent sites 71. Limit 14 days. Vault toilets, showers, picnic shelters, grills. Swimming—lake, fishing, boat ramp, scenic views, fishing pier, marina, boat rental. Guadalupe River information 830/964-3342. Fee. (Corps of Engineers, 601 COE Road, Canyon Lake 78133, 830/964-3341.) HILL COUNTRY

NEW BRAUNFELS—North Park

Open March 1–Oct 31. From FM 2673: NW 1.5 miles; FM 306 NW 2.3 miles; local road S 1.1 miles. On Canyon Lake. Camping area 35 acres. Back-in wheeledcamper & tent sites 20. Limit 14 days. Vault toilets, picnic shelters, grills. Fishing, scenic views. Guadalupe River information 830/964-3342. Fee. (Corps of Engineers, 601 COE Road, Canyon Lake 78133, 830/964-3341.) HILL COUNTRY

NEW BRAUNFELS—POTTERS CREEK PARK

From FM 2673: NW 1.5 miles; FM 306 NW 9.5 miles; local road S 2 miles. On Canyon Lake. Wheeled-camper sites 124; with electric & water 124. Screened shelters 7; group shelter 1. Limit 14 days. Dump station, flush toilets, picnic shelters, grills. Swimming—lake, fishing, boat ramp, showers, scenic views. Guadalupe River information 830/964-3341. Fee. (Corps of Engineers, 601 COE Road, Canyon Lake 78133, 830/964-3341. www.recreation.gov.) HILL COUNTRY

NEW CANEY—Lake Houston Wilderness Park

From US 59: Exit FM 1485/New Caney; FM 1485 E; Loop 494 right to signal light; left over railroad tracks; FM 1485 E 2.5 miles to park entrance on right. On the East Fork of the San Jacinto River, & Peach & Caney creeks just north of Lake Houston. Tent sites 24; primitive tent camping on 100 acres; shelters 8; cabins with AC 4; group bunkhouse 2. Limit 14 days. Reservations OK. Flush & chem toilets, drinking water, hot showers, picnic tables, fire pits, grocery. Fishing, volleyball, bicycle trails, horseback riding, horseshoes, park naturalist nature trails. Fee. (22031 Baptist Encampment Road, New Caney 77357, 281/354-6881. www.houstonparks.org.) PINEY WOODS

NEW WAVERLY—Cagle Recreation Area

From I-45: FM 1375 W 8 miles, entrance on left. On Lake Conroe in Sam Houston National Forest. RV, camper or tent sites 47; with electric, water & sewer. Limit 14 days. Campsites on reservation system. Flush toilets, hot showers, fire rings, picnic tables, boat ramp, boat dock. Day use, fishing, hiking trail. Fee. (US Forest Service, 394 W FM 1375, New Waverly 77358, 936/344-6205. Reservations: 877/444-6777 or www.recreation.gov.) PINEY WOODS

NEW WAVERLY—Kelley’s Pond

From I-45: FM 1375 W 9.5 miles; FSR 204 S 1 mile; FSR 271 W 1 mile. In pineyhardwoods of Sam Houston National Forest. Primitive tent camping. No water. Vault toilets. No swimming area. Picnic tables. (US Forest Service, 394 W FM 1375, New Waverly 77358, 936/344-6205.) PINEY WOODS

NEW WAVERLY—Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area

From I-45: FM 1375 W 9.5 miles; Stubblefield Road left about 3 miles to entrance. On Lake Conroe in Sam Houston National Forest. 30 sites accommodate vehicles & campers up to 20 feet long. Flush toilets, hot showers, picnic shelter, grills. Fishing, nature & hiking trails. No swimming area. Fee. (US Forest Service, 394 W FM 1375, New Waverly 77358, 936/344-6205.) PINEY WOODS

NEWCASTLE—Fort Belknap

From Newcastle: US 380 1.5 miles W to FM 61, S 2 miles to Fort Belknap. Near Newcastle & Graham lakes. Wheeled-camper sites with electric & water 10. Hookup fee. Primitive camping available on 5 acres. Flush toilets, drinking water, picnic tables, fire pits. (114 Fort Circle, Newcastle 76372, 940/846-3222.) PANHANDLE PLAINS

NOCONA—Boone Park

From FM 103: FM 2634 E 3 miles; FM 2953 NE 2 miles. On Lake Nocona. Tent camping. Pit toilets, picnic tables, ice, grocery. Swimming—lake, fishing, boat ramp. (North Montague County Water District, 100 Cooke St, Nocona 76255, 940/825-3282.) PRAIRIES AND LAKES

NOCONA—Joe Benton Park

From FM 103: FM 2634 E 3 miles; FM 2953 NE 1.2 miles. On Lake Nocona. Tent camping. Pit toilets, sheltered tables, grills. Swimming—lake, fishing, pier, boat ramp. (North Montague County Water District, 100 Cooke St, Nocona 76255, 940/825-3282.) PRAIRIES AND LAKES

NOCONA—WELDON ROBB MEMORIAL PARK

From FM 103: FM 2634 E 3 miles, SE .7 mile. On Lake Nocona. Wheeled-camper sites with electric, water & sewer 10 (fee with hookups). Tent camping sites 10. Dump station, pit toilets, sheltered tables, grills. Swimming—lake, fishing, pier, boat ramp (motorboats OK), ice, grocery, bait. Limit 14 days. (North Montague County Water District, 100 Cooke St, Nocona 76255, 940/825-3282.) PRAIRIES AND LAKES