Located next to the original spot the settlers chose to build their new life, Richardson Creek Campsite is ideally located next to live water but with easy access to the surrounding area. Come spend a weekend under the trees and relaxing creek-side!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Richardson Creek in Texas.
Places to see near EcoRich
The vibe at Richardson Creek
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This is my second time staying on Emory's property and it was just as amazing as my first trip. Emory is a great host who takes the time to ensure your stay is very comfortable. He is very welcoming and eager to show you his property on which he has created a beautiful orchard. This site was very nice because it is very private, has an abundance of shade (especially great in the summer heat), and is right next to a creek (which you can cool off in). The site met all of our needs with a nice fire ring, a toilet, and a clean picnic table. There is a lot of opportunity for exploring on the multiple dirt roads on the property. It was the perfect site for a fun weekend :)
This campground exceeded all expectations. With a picnic table, pit toilet, thick grass, and lots of privacy, it felt more like glamping than camping on this property.
After spending some time setting up camp and stretching after our long car ride, I decided to go explore down the backside of the campsite, into a wooded area. I had completely forgotten that this campsite sits adjacent to a creek, and was delighted when I found it by happy accident. Since I was there late December, I opted to look and not jump in, but I can only imagine how amazing it would be to camp there in the summer and spend all day sitting in the shallow pools of clear creek water.
The toilet is minimal, but better than a cathole! Double-check the seat nooks-and-crannies for spiders before sitting down--I found 3 little buggers hiding out. If you're planning on staying for a while, I would recommend bringing some extra rolls of toilet paper and hand sanitizer!
If you have a smaller vehicle, I wouldn't recommend driving through the first gate (just walk). It was pretty muddy and bumpy and my Subaru definitely came in handy.
The water spigot was a little bit hard to find, but it's definitely there. To access it, walk over to the barn (can't miss it) and look for the circular trough. The spigot is by the trough (see photos).
Overall, I would highly recommend this campsite and will definitely be coming back.