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The best camping near Houston, Texas.

From the sandy shores of the Gulf Coast to the wooded trails along the bayous, there's always more to explore in Houston.


5D Ranch
5D Ranch
5D Ranch
5D Ranch
5D Ranch
5D Ranch
100% 8 Responses
$20/night
Jes
Jes: if your looking for a place to get away from the city, this is a good place to start. L...
choose your perfect spot to pitch a tent, with 80 acres to roam you're sure to find your fit, from open vistas, to deep woods, hills, spring fed lakes, creeks, and meadows, its all here. photo credit: someplace wild
wander around until you find this magical place. photo credit: someplace wild
you'll find us off the beaten path, at the end of this dirt road. photo credit: someplace wild
take a swing under the big walnut tree, or collect eggs in the chicken coop. photo credit: someplace wild
plan a pop-up farm to table dinner during your stay. photo credit: someplace wild
Hilleetla
100% 6 Responses
$45/night
Katy
Katy: Hilleetla was the perfect weekend getaway for my boyfriend and myself. Perfectly tucked...
The largest city in Texas doesn't disappoint when it comes to culture, nightlife, and pro sports. But did you know that Houston boasts over 38,000 acres of city parks and greenspaces? With an average temperature of 69 degrees Fahrenheit its no wonder Houstonites enjoy hiking, kayaking, biking, birding, and camping year-round. Just southwest of the city, Brazos Bend State Park Read more...
The largest city in Texas doesn't disappoint when it comes to culture, nightlife, and pro sports. But did you know that Houston boasts over 38,000 acres of city parks and greenspaces? With an average temperature of 69 degrees Fahrenheit its no wonder Houstonites enjoy hiking, kayaking, biking, birding, and camping year-round. Just southwest of the city, Brazos Bend State Park is a great place to set up camp for the night. The park is home to the George Observatory, where you can stargaze to your heart's content. During the day, enjoy horseback riding, fishing, and hiking. Miles of trails fill the park, including right alongside one of the park's six small lakes. Brazos Bend State Park welcomes both primitive and RV campers. Galveston Island State Park is also a popular camping spot. You can't beat a trip to the beach, much less a campsite just steps away from the sand. The park has four miles of trails for hiking and biking, as well as 5 miles for paddling. From beach side lounging to bayou exploring, camping near Houston is anything but boring.
View of the beautiful treehouse from on the water.
Bring a fishing rod or two to enjoy the creek – while we didn't have any luck, we definitely saw fish rising.
Exploring by water.
Walking along the trail from the campsite area toward the treehouse.
The treehouse bed snuggly fits two people. BYOSB (bring your own sleeping bag!).
Tree house on Creek
100% 3 Responses
$150/night
Lizzie
Lizzie: Simply incredible. Matt has carved out a peaceful retreat on his land, tucked away in a...
The boats are meant for one but there's just enough room for a friend (provided it's a dog).
The wood-fired hot tub in all its glory.
Morning camp essentials.
Paddling down stream.
Early morning fog on the creek.
Matthew
Matthew: Inspired by his love of nature and his affinity for hot springs, Matt (the host) crafte...
Houston is also known as "The Bayou City," with ten waterways that wind through the area.
Road bordering property, leading to entrance.
Open meadow with many oak trees for shade.
Meadow overlooks small valley.
Where I live, on 60 acres
Picnic table, firewood
Rafter G Ranch
100% 1 Response
$25/night
Sunny
Sunny: Your camp is located in a meadow overlooking a valley. Old oak trees border the...
Glamping in the wild!
Glamping in the wild!
Unplug and relax!
Glamping in the wild!
Glamping in the wild!
Courtney
Courtney: Enjoy the wilderness while sleeping in comfort with our glamping temts! Fully furnished...
The city earned the official nickname "Space City" when it became home to NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center.

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The Hockley Hideout on 3 mile Creek
The Hockley Hideout on 3 mile Creek
The Hockley Hideout on 3 mile Creek
The Hockley Hideout on 3 mile Creek
Thomas
Thomas: Pitch tent in stand of pine trees. White sand beach on 3 mile creek. Heavily wooded....
The timber is along the side of the 6 acres. This view is looking towards the (gravel) road.
All of the timber looks just like this. This however, happens to be the spot where we are building a cabin for our guests :-)
You can see the front of the timber from our house. There is two open meadows in the front area.
Some cool mushrooms in our timber!
Some of the oak trees on our property are 100's of years old!
Vicki
Vicki: Pitch your tent in our timber, park your RV in the meadow or stay in the cabin (as soon...
During an expedition in 1535, Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca encountered Native Americans from the Karankawas and Akokisas tribes.
Aerial view of the log cabin and surroundings.
Weeping willows line the dam of the pond.
Aerial view of the property
Aerial view of a section of the pond. Water level can be low depending on season. Algae bloom during extreme heat of the summer can turn the water green.
The pond; picnic area. Inset: living room in the cabin (for those renting the cabin).
MARK
Mark: Pitch a tent, or rent the log cabin. Enjoy stargazing, or just enjoy the peace and...
The champion Live Oak trees dwarf visitors
Champion Live Oak Trees... with 40 foot swings!
Swinging time!
Room for dozens of guests...
Can you find the girl in this picture?
Bruce & Debbie
Bruce & Debbie: Camp under the biggest five Live Oak trees in Texas. The largest is 22 feet around and...
The Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in East Galveston Bay is home to snowy egrets, tri-colored herons, white ibises and roseate spoonbills.
Presenting 'Georgie Boy' for your accommodation pleasure!
Boat Dock available for guests
Livingroom with pull out sleeper sofa lounger, Dining area, LCD SmartTV
Waterfront Patio Lounging & FIshing
Fully equipped kitchen to make meals
Robert
Robert: Get away to Lake Conroe, Houston's playground, and glamp in style and comfort. Lake...
The Gardens.   Area just across from campsite.  Tables, chairs and park bench are perfect for relaxing.  Fire pit is there for roasting hot dogs or marshmallows or just to sit and watch.
Light the tiki torches and relax in The Gardens.
Great Blue Heron, egrets and other large birds are frequent visitors to the pond.   Resident critters include turtles and bullfrogs.
Anoles are plentiful and cute critters.
Camp site with water and electric.
Kat
Kat: Camp in Sam Houston National Forest. Located an hour or less of Houston, Lake Conroe,...
The city is named after General Sam Houston, whose victory at the Battle of San Jacinto secured Texas' independence from Mexico.
River Life Texas Camping
River Life Texas Camping
River Life Texas Camping
River Life Texas Camping
River Life Texas Camping
Luis
Luis: Just 1 hour north of Houston pitch your tent 10min away from the main house. Totally...
Leave covered trails through the woods with wide spots for tents.
Walk down a lane through the woods and listen to the breeze in the tree tops.
Robert
Robert: Rustic sites in a Piney woods among the oak and pine.   Tent sites on trails nestled on...
Nature at its finest!
Baldwin Counties Premier Primitive
Baldwin Counties Premier Primitive
Baldwin Counties Premier Primitive
Baldwin Counties Premier Primitive
Pat
Pat: Rustic and beautiful this campaign is 15 minutes from the local beaches 10 minutes from...
Peaceful Pines RV Park Conroe, TX
Peaceful Pines RV Park Conroe, TX
Peaceful Pines RV Park Conroe, TX
Peaceful Pines RV Park Conroe, TX
Peaceful Pines RV Park Conroe, TX
Elise
Elise: Enjoy a quiet stay in the country away from the hustle and bustle of major highways....
Spiritual Retreat on Sacred Land
Spiritual Retreat on Sacred Land
Spiritual Retreat on Sacred Land
Spiritual Retreat on Sacred Land
Spiritual Retreat on Sacred Land
Brooke
Brooke: USNT (Universal Shamans of the New Tomorrow) is a Spiritual Group with Sacred Land just...
Farm animals on the property include dairy cows, horses, chickens, pigs, and more!
Picking wildflowers in the spring! Lots of beautiful colors in the fields.
Wild plum grove on the property that produces in May/ June. Pick blackberries on Blackberry Hill... Or later in the summer see and pick wild grapes!
Lots of wildlife and trees in this country setting!
Winter sights.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Pitch you tent in a pasture. Several areas on the property provide excellent...
Family RV with bunkhouse.
Family RV with bunkhouse.
Family RV with bunkhouse.
Family RV with bunkhouse.
Family RV with bunkhouse.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Staying in this RV is top of the line. Three bunk bed, perfect for kids. A fourth bed...
Lost in the Right Direction
Lost in the Right Direction
Lost in the Right Direction
Lost in the Right Direction
Lost in the Right Direction
Courtney
Courtney: Get lost in the right direction on our wandering trails. Over 35 acres to wander as you...