Taking it Easy at White Flint Park – Affordable Lakefront Texas RV Camping with Hook-ups

We spent David’s birthday relaxing at White Fling Park on Lake Belton. The camps were clean and came with water and electric hookups close to the water. It is a US Army Core of Engineers Park. Not bad at all for $20/night.

 

Waco Mammoth Monument & Texas Lakeside RV Camping at Lake Belton

We really enjoyed discovering the Wacom Mammoth Monument and camping at Lake Belton.

Music: http://www.bensound.com

6220 Steinbeck Bend Dr, Waco, TX 76708

Phone: (254) 750-7946
Sunday – Saturday:  9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Please call in the case of hazardous weather.

More about the Waco Mammoth Monument here: www.waco-texas.com/cms-waco-mammoth/ 

FREE 4th of July Boondocking in Texas at Lake Whitney (Part One)

 

 

Stay tuned for part 2!

 

This is a FREE camp-site.

There are 6 primitive camp-sites at Walling Bend Park.

They do not take reservations and the sites are first come first serve. Every time we’ve been there EVEN on busy weekends late in the day, or late in the weekend, we have had no trouble finding a spot for our large rig.

Weekend RV Escape – Camping at Granger Lake

We took a spontaneous trip to Granger Lake this past weekend, not far from home base in Hutto, Texas. Cloudy skies and temperatures in the low sixties kept us indoors for most of the weekend, although we did manage to sneak out for a drive around the dam and park grounds.

It was easy for us to book a last minute, site that included electric and water hookups with access to an on-site dumping station. This campground allows dogs on leash, even long leads and tie-outs (with supervision).

Songbirds sang to us through open windows as we enjoyed spectacular sunsets and lakefront views. The sites were spacious, and easily had room for large RV’s – our 40-foot bus had room to spare in the 50 foot paved, RV pad.

On a warmer weekend hiking, boating, and swimming would have been our top priorities. We’ll need to return in the summer to take advantage of all that Wilson H Fox (a US Army Corps of Engineers park) offers.