In the scenic state of Texas, a hidden gem campground with a storybook ambiance and southern, friendly vibe conjures up visions of stagecoaches heading for new frontiers.
Wagon Train RV Park sits on 10 acres with 15 sites, but plans are underfoot to upgrade the amenities without losing the friendly ambiance. This is a delightful park where RVs can roll off the interstate and get fully connected to electricity (30/50) water, sewer, and the internet. Pads are gravel or grass and reasonably level with pull-through access. The highway is close with no issues from road noise. The daily rate is between $30 and $33.
Restrooms, showers, and a coin-operated laundry are impeccable, supplying the needs of campers lucky enough to have found this endearing oasis, with manicured grounds and beautifully restored relics of the Wild West days.
The camp is flanked with picturesque trees, some providing shade, while other sites are out in the open. Such a friendly camp even has names for the geese that inhabit the well-stocked pond, ideal for a spot of fishing. Bella and Bo can usually be seen waddling around the grass with two cute ducks. A picnic table and chairs make this a lovely setting for reading that best-selling novel or just getting a breath of fresh air. A campfire with chairs all round is an idyllic meeting place where guests share stories about their travels.
Bring your dog to this pet-friendly spot -- it even features a fabulous park where furry friends can play off-leash! Around the camp, it’s wise to keep them on a leash and always pick up their waste. Keep a supply of doggy bags as not all campgrounds provide them.
RVers come from all over to be part of the world-famous First Monday Trade Days, a monthly flea market in the city of Canton, only 12 miles from the campground. This is a monumental event attracting up to 100,000 visitors looking to catch a bargain, with clothing, jewelry, and local crafts on display.
Choosing to stay at Wagon Train RV Park is a return to simpler ways. It’s easy to see why some stay here year-round, with summer break and trade days their busiest times.