Woodland Lakes RV Park is a versatile camp with close access to the highway, nearby towns, stores, and cities. This is an urban retreat secluded in a woodland setting where ducks show their delight in a choice of three stocked ponds. After a long day working locally, residents return to a dream escape with lakeside views and picturesque trees for shade
RVers traveling to Houston can roll in and be greeted by super-friendly staff who will hook them up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer with all-inclusive cable TV and the internet for a daily rate of $60.
Sites are spacious, gravel, and fairly level, with a brick patio for a picnic table and paved roads in and out of the park. The use of fire rings is allowed, and propane is available at the office. The word is a mysterious trail leads into the woods behind the lakes!
Every aspect of the park is nicely maintained, with clean restrooms, showers, and a laundry situated in a clubhouse with a fitness area. You’re bound to see guests sitting on the grassy banks either reading a book or fishing -- but they won’t be taking a dip, as the ducks have exclusive swimming rights to the lakes.
Campgrounds across the country and right here in Texas know folks love their pets and open the gates to let them in. The family pooch is in luck at Woodland with a fully fenced run where they can happily play off-leash. The rules state that, outside the RV and woofer park, all nicely- mannered pups are required to stay on a leash and be monitored at all times. Pet parents are encouraged to bring doggy bags and pick up their waste. There is a limit of two pets a site. If you are concerned about any other restrictions involving your precious pup, have a chat with the friendly staff before you make a reservation. You can contact the park online, through their website, or directly by phone.
Stay a night, a month, or permanently at Woodland Lakes RV Park, the ideal base to explore the marvels of southern Texas with short jaunts to wondrous lakes and outdoor fun. Peak times are holidays and whenever snow birders start heading south for the Texas summer heat.