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Broken Oak River Park

· Edna, Jackson, Texas
40 acres hosted by Quincy R.
2 RV/tent sites · 2 tent sites
Private sites
100% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
Quincy is a Star Host
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Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
40 acres – “Big enough to explore, but not too big to get lost!” Hike alongside the meandering Navidad. The 2/3 mile-long developed walking trail offers pristine views and a good opportunity to scout your campsite. Each area features a distinct slice of Texan wilderness, whether you prefer wooded terrain or a lookout over the river. One site features a handmade brick firepit and a perfect spot for stargazing. During the day, you can follow the river to some waterholes and try your luck at catching catfish and perch. Celebrate your success with a picnic under a sprawling oak, keeping an eye out for deer, rabbits, and other playful animals. If exploring is more your style, head into the woods and hunt for Bandit’s Hideaway, a hollow old sycamore with secrets to tell. Depending on the season, you might stumble on wild dewberries or an ancient grove of pecans. At night, grill your family dinner over the firepit (or sneak ‘em back to town for some Tex-Mex!) and then tell ghost stories at the south fence overlooking Enon Cemetary. After a long day, settle in together with the stars and the sounds of nature. They say life’s what you make it, and at the 40, you’ve got everything you need for a little piece of heaven! While the property is largely undeveloped as of now, we plan to add pubic bathrooms, a stocked pond with a swimming area, and much more! Pets allowed. Please be sure to pick up after them. 
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31 ratings · 25 reviews
Donia S.recommends
April 1, 2024
Flamingo Way, Campsite 6
100% Recommend this property & host
What a great find!! Our campsite was amazing. It was clean, spacious, and felt secluded. The fire pit was really nice but we chose to rent the solo stove and it was a great decision for us. The table was this amazing 6-seater with swinging chairs. So far, it seems the usual camp pests (I’m talking about you, raccoons!) haven’t found the place yet so that was nice. The path around the property was nicely done and was fun for us - it would be even more fun for kids! Quincy was super responsive before booking and during our stay. He even left us a copy of the spooky tales he’s written. Each story tied in to different features in and around the camp grounds. It’s geared towards kids but it was still a lot of fun and even a little spooky for us old folks. The only downside was the road noise, but I’ve learned that that’s an issue almost anywhere you stay in Texas. On the bright side, the noise was minimal during sleeping hours.
Jacob B.recommends
March 24, 2024
Flamingo Way, Campsite 6
This was a fantastic place to camp. Me and my daughter had a great time. The campsites were clean and well marked. The site I stayed at was amazing with chairs and a fire pit. The owner let us try out his new treasure hunt and my daughter loved it. I would 100% recommend this campsite for anyone who wants a nice quiet place to camp and hike!
Jenniffer M.recommends
March 13, 2024
The Canopy, Campsite 1
Camping was good, owner was great!
Very private. Nice setup. And Quincy was very attentive, even though on a cruise!
Anna A.recommends
March 13, 2024
Flamingo Way, Campsite 6
Camping heaven
We loved camping at Quincy’s. Perfect spot near the river, excellent hiking areas with beautiful unique picnic tables.
Judith M.recommends
March 10, 2024
Flamingo Way, Campsite 6
My husband and my boys had a blast. They came home and couldn't wait to tell me all about it. Their favorite part was getting in the river. Thank you again.
Sarah H.recommends
February 15, 2024
Broken Oak RV Pad
Quincy was a real nice guy. We weren't sure where to go so Quincy met us and showed us the way! The rv pad is located closer to the front of 40 acres. I could hear traffic noise but at night all I could hear was crickets. The cement pad was level and big enough to fit our 30ft trailer with no problems. The area around the pad had landscaping, picnic table, comfy chairs, hammock and smokeless fire pit. There are no hook ups but we have a generator that we used. I think there was water available but we didn't need it. The camp is 7 miles off the highway. Very convenient to use on our way to South Padre. My dog loved the hiking trail that we had all to ourselves. This is a definite, do not miss if you're in South Texas.
Edna, Jackson, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Coahuiltecan and Karankawa First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Quincy R.Joined in January 2022
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