Mixed hard woods and cedar with some grassy openings in a reclaimed home site. Beautiful wooded area to explore. Cattle will be using the campsite when campers are not. Red dirt with gently rolling terrain. Two ponds available to fish. All weather road into and on the property. Near Lake Ray Roberts, Historic Tioga, Texas, and upcoming Valley View, Texas. An hour fro
Mixed hard woods and cedar with some grassy openings in a reclaimed home site. Beautiful wooded area to explore. Cattle will be using the campsite when campers are not. Red dirt with gently rolling terrain. Two ponds available to fish. All weather road into and on the property. Near Lake Ray Roberts, Historic Tioga, Texas, and upcoming Valley View, Texas. An hour from Dallas/Ft Worth metroplex.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Post oak and red dirt camp site in Texas.
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Very nice, quiet during the day!! Had a great stay with kiddos!! The only thing I would let people know, which I wish we would’ve known ahead of time…you can hear vehicles driving by at night. It kept me up most the night… Other than that, great place, great stay!! We cooked fried eggs and bacon over the fire pit!! Saw lots of stars at night!! Walked around and played soccer with the kiddos!! Dale was very nice and left us be, per my request :)
Thank you dale!!!!!
Dale is an awesome host. He communicated well and was very inviting. My clan loved feeding the cows! We stayed for 2 nights and arrived after sunset. Dales instructions for locating the property were very accurate. Upon arrival, Dale marked out some options to pitch a tent. There were two fire rings and Dale had firewood already set and stacked in each ring for us!
Our first rv experience was great
This was our first trip with our first RV. The location does not have electric hookups but did have water.
The location is secluded but there is a home not too far from the site. The owner had plenty of land at that location and I think we could have gone deeper into the woods to have more privacy. (but then you would not have water)
We arrived and found that Dale had provided us firewood and a fire ring. He also came out to great us and show us around the land. We also went and met with the cows.
There are three towns near the site and each are about 20 minutes away in three different directions. You will be able to locate anything you need at one of the three towns.
As for places to visit - Ray Roberts state Park (Also has a dump station), Whiskey Hallow and Western Sons (vodka) distilleries, Frank Buck zoo, Sugar ridge winery.
All where closed due to COVID fears.
We had fun on our first outing. Thanks for hosing us!!!