35 Acres nestled in the heart of The Big Thicket national Preserve. Village Creek access to a secluded sand bar. Private pond for fishing. Pets allowed
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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We are located off of Highway 327 which happens to be a major Biking route. Mountain/trail bikes have miles outdoor trails ava...Read more
Private pond on property for fishing or if you have your Texas Fishing license feel free to fish Village Creek.
Miles of trails to hike in the middle of the Big Thicket national Forrest which a-joins our property.
There is a local canoe company that provides canoe rentals and trips or you can venture on your own with some guidance from Sil...Read more
Our 35 Acre Property joins over 300 Acres of the Big Thicket national forrest, as well as a Nature sanctuary less than a mile a...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Silsbee RV Park in Texas.
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Quiet nugget in the woods
A very secluded spot surrounded by woods. Most of the people staying there are long-term RVers. The owner has a few projects in the works so there are some unfinished areas. However, Daren was more than hospital. After hiking down a trail to a cool abandoned property, Daren met up with me on his four-wheeler and took me on a tour of the area. It was beautiful! I highly recommend! Not a lot to do in the area but perfect for 2-3 nights.
Easy stay and a kind host
Daren was super hospitable during our time at the RV park. He went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed. He even took us on his tractor into Big Thicket and we went fishing for a few hours. The park was spacious with mostly long term campers (our spot wasn’t as spacious but our camper is small). Everyone was nice and the park remained quiet throughout the night. Not much in the area but a good campground for resting overnight.
A lot of long term residence that had unkept areas around there camper. Im very sensitive to barking dogs and most of the long term residence have barking dogs. It was ok I guess but has so much more potential. Host is super nice fella.