"Buy a state park pass. You pay for you spot but,every one in the car is free. If you have kids or friends or what ever,after a couple of times the pass pays for itself... $70 a year. camp often and it does save you alot of…"
So i love state parks, they're great, but i'll be damned if they don't cost an arm and a leg to stay at. I just recently stayed at Inks lake, $22/night for a powered/water site, then a $5 day use fee, then another $6 for over night, and everyone else who was camping with me also had to pay the entry/overnight fee! Crazy.So what are some good private parks in your area? Here are a few in the Central Texas/Hill Country area that myself and my group enjoy. They're cheaper, have fewer restrictions,…See More