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Huntsville State Park

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Huntsville State Park, Texas

Once you discover the majestic flora and fauna of the East Texas Piney Woods in Huntsville State Park you may never want to leave! By water, you’ll find endless activities on the 210-acre Lake Raven Read more...
Once you discover the majestic flora and fauna of the East Texas Piney Woods in Huntsville State Park you may never want to leave! By water, you’ll find endless activities on the 210-acre Lake Raven including fishing for largemouth bass and crappie, boating, and swimming with the alligators. Wait, definitely don’t swim with the gators! Make sure to stay in the designated swimming area and brush up on local swimming safety tips before going for your morning or evening dip. By land, you can journey among 21 miles of trails, or go off the grid and embark on the 129-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail that crosses the Sam Houston National Forest. If the air is your avenue of exploration, you’ll discover a plethora of feathered friends, at around 250 identified species in the park. There really isn’t a bad spot in Huntsville State Park, as most sites - whether a comfy screened shelter or one of 160 tent campsites - border Lake Raven in this wooded wonderland.
Prairie Branch Campground

Prairie Branch Campground

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Texas: We camped at Huntsville in the dead of winter and were the only campers at the entire park! It was a ...
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Coloneh Campground
Coloneh Campground is tent-tastic! If you’re looking for a low-key getaway at Huntsville State Park,...
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Raven Hill Campground
Raven Hill is the place to park your four-wheeled crib! Backing it up is encouraged at these sites...
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5D Ranch
Jes: if your looking for a place to get away from the city, this is a good place to start. Lots of communic...
Direct book$20/night
Rafter G Ranch
Sunny: Your camp is located in a meadow overlooking a valley. Old oak trees border the meadow, providing...
Request book$25/night
Art & Heart
Kelli: Pitch your tent within the secured and fenced in property of The Lowery Art House Montgomery. There...
Request book$30/night
Briers Ranch Primitive Camping
Gary: Pitch your tent in a field or deep in the woods. Explore pasture, brushy areas, gullies, washouts,...
Request book$20/night
Stubblefield Lake Campground
Matthew: Stubblefield is nice, but the Overflow Campground a few minutes down the road is free and really great...
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Primitive Camping

Primitive Camping

90% Recommend – 5 Responses
Brandon Megan
Brandon Megan: It was great, we stayed at the back of the property at the watering hole with our two 5 month old dogs...
Request book$25/night
Twelve Stones Group Site
Sallie: The property is limited to youth services group or religious groups.  Space available for tents in...
Request book$80/night
Briar Loop Campground

Briar Loop Campground

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
These sites are so special that they’re designated by letters A - P as opposed to the traditional...
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Katy: Hilleetla was the perfect weekend getaway for my boyfriend and myself. Perfectly tucked away in east T...
Request book$45/night
Happy Horse Camping

Happy Horse Camping

100% Recommend – 20 Responses
Kelly: Where to begin?! We had an absolutely phenomenal time at Happy Horse! We were greeted at the entrance ...
Request book$40/night
Pin Oak Loop Campground
Right along the lake on the park’s northern boundary, sites 98 - 147 are scenically located despite...
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Piney Shores Campground
Aptly named are these campgrounds sheltered in amongst the forested pines, right on the eastern shores...
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Red Oak Campground
Sandwiched between the beachside Piney Shores and the outer Yaupon Loop campgrounds, sites 38 - 49 are...
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Yaupon Loop Campground
The farthest removed from the lake of among the three campground conglomeration including Piney Shores...
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Family Cottage on Organic Farm
Alysha: The Family Cottage is a school modular moved to the farm and turned into a big open apartment.  It...
Direct book$50/night
Hercules Club Loop Campground
The farthest south of Lake Livingston’s campgrounds, these sites are nestled on one of the corner...
Public campground
Ranch Hand Cottage
Alysha: The Ranch Hand Cottage is 336 sq ft open concept plan with a twin bed, dining table for 2, a small...
Direct book$25/night
Rv Hookup 30 amp
Julien: Sand Creek Farm is the best place to stay in Texas to see the way of life of an organic farm. The fami...
Request book$25/night
Lake Somerville Birch Creek Unit Campground
Kelsie: Great time to see deer over Thankgiving Break and low park attendance makes it feel more secluded.
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Girl's Cottage on Organic Farm
Matthew: Though South Texas is not known for its camping, Sand Creek Farm may just put it on the map. This wide...
Direct book$50/night