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Liberty Hill at Navarro Mills Lake

Liberty Hill campground is a beautiful campground tucked away about 45 mins north east of Waco, Texas. We had a back in spot that had a great view of the lake out our back window. The spots were spacious, had a firepit, a covered picinic table and water and electric hookups. They do have about 15-20 sites that had sewer hookups but they aren't right on the lake. There is great fishing, a playground and boat launch. Its also pretty a pretty big campground so Oopsy and I were able to go on long walks without having to go on main roads! There is a dump station there as well if you didnt get a sewer hookup! Just be careful as you cant let out all the water at a time because it overflows so just be careful! They also have cabins and bathrooms! I cant say how they were as I didnt use them! 8 out of 10 for this campground! We stayed in site 62 with water and electric hookups.

Padre Bali Park

Padre Bali Park is great campground that has new spacious paved, full hookup sites! The beach of The Gulf of Mexico is just a few minutes walk which is amazing! The sites are pretty much level and like I said are full hookups! Our site was nice and long and a pull through! You get assigned a spot when you get arrive and check in! They have a ton of sites from pullthroughs, back ins, and tent/ camper van spots. We loved the walking the beach mulitple times a day and there are so many shells to find! Just watch out for jellyfish as the tend to wash up on the shore. There used to be a pier there but it got wiped out from a hurricane in the early 2000's.  They also have a bathhouse and a laundry room. I did have some issues with the laundry machines as they didnt want to start. I called the office and they said they were waiting on parts or that they are older machines and have some problems. But other than that it worked fine. I probaby would go do my laundry at the laundromat just down the road instead.

        Keep an eye out at night as the coyotes roam around the area. One night we saw 4 of them walking by the bathhouse and they didnt even care that we were there. I had Oopsy out to and they just stared at us and kept walking towards us which was a littlte concerning. Overall this was a great campground and we would stay there again. It was so amazing to be so close to the beach! Id give this campground a 9 out of 10! ( just a tip watch for the salt rusting your metals). 

Buckhorn Creek at Lake O The Pines

Buckhorn Creek  is a simple, no frills campgrounds. The sites are pretty spacious with electric and water! There are a few spots with sewer hookups to. They have a little playground to! Our site was right next to the water and had beautiful views! We wish we could have stayed longer because it was a great spot! They have a dump station which was great since we didnt have sewer hookups we were able to use our sewer honey wagon to dump! The campground is pretty big to so there is lots of places to walk the dog! Highly recommened staying here! 10 out of 10! We stayed in site E116, R1!

Tin Valley Retro Rentals

Tin Valley Retro Rentals is a secluded, quiet  campground with electric hookups!  Each site is almost a 1/4 acre (pull-thru) sites and can handle up to a 42 ft rigs. You can reserve dates but the sites are first come first serve basis. They are pet friendly to as long as they are on a leash! :) We pulled in and the owner, Rhonda, met us and was super helpful and nice and told us which site would work best for our trailer. Before we got to our site, we filled up with water at the water spicket. Its a lower flow spicket so to fill our 64 gallon water tank it took about 35 minutes. Then we went and drove to our site which was a large pull through site, which was number 8B. We could choose to either back into site 8A or just park in 8B and thats what we did. The views here are breathtaking with the mountains all around you. They do have a dump station if you need to dump before you leave, or Rhonda will bring the honey wagon over if you have a longer stay and you can dump your tanks that way without moving your trailer. Its about an hour to Big Bend National Park which isnt to bad of a drive! The road getting here is a little bumpy and once you turn onto the dirt road there are some bumps and hills to go over, just go slow and you'll be fine. It seems like the main road can get flooded out so just be cautious of that. This campground is amazing if your looking for seclusion, peace and quiet, and beautiful views. The stargazing is amazing as well! Rhonda is amazing and is more than willing to help you make your stay the best and shes very knowledgeable about the area and things to do! If you need to do laundry you can go about 20 minutes down the road to Terlingua Ranch Lodge and they have laundry machines there! Site 8B, pullthrough, electric hookup!

The last three pictures is the laundry room at Terlingua Ranch Lodge!

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