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BigMo

Possum Kingdom is not set up to handle class A motorhomes. However, the place is remote and that is its beauty. If you camp in a tent or have a small trailer this is the place for you. The RV campsites are very small and not level. We did the best we could. We were the only class A in the park. The bad part was that it was Easter weekend. Our bad for not knowing this on our return trip to our home base. This is definitely a locals place on holiday weekends. Also, this is a CCC developed campsite. The bathrooms definitely show wear and tear. We probably won’t be returning to this place.

Posted Apr 22, 2019 by BigMo from Nebraska . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

Casey

Most sites in campground are fairly close together, but still feel reasonably private due to good tree coverage. A lot of the sites seem to be short. We are only 20 feet and had just enough room for trailer and truck at a lot of the sites. Everything seems to be well maintained. We like to hike/bike and there are only 2 main relatively short hiking trails. Firewood was available at the park store, but was very expensive. We ran out of terrestrial things to explore after 2 nights, but with kayaks and fishing gear the adventure opportunities are almost endless. There is a nice boat ramp and dock in the park.

Posted Mar 17, 2018 by Casey from Texas. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

maryo_tx

Date of Stay: June, 2017 - $25.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed at Possum Kingdom SP on our way out of Dallas headed west towards Tahoe. We chose to avoid driving on Interstates, so our drive found us passing by Possum Kingdom Lake State Park. We got a late start out of Dallas, so decided to stay at the park for the night. It was very dark and a long way off the state highway (like a half hour). The road was twisty and 2 lane...had we known how far it was, we'd have stayed elsewhere. We arrived after hours, so drove around in our 25' Motorhome with tow vehicle and found a spot. We needed to unhook the toad to back into our site. We had a premium site near the water with full hookups...something not all state parks offer, so this was a bonus. You might want to reserve ahead during peak season to get a spot with hookups if you want them. Most of the other campers were undoubtedly there for the water sports as many had boats. We had our two dogs and walked around with them before leaving and it was typical of many lakes in Texas. I am sure this is a beautiful park, but we didn't really have a chance to explore it...the area we were in was pretty basic. The area we were in had a few trees, but our site was treeless. There was a covered picnic table adjacent to our site and a bath house nearby. I really don't have any complaints, but generally prefer more trees. This is a park more for people into water sports. I'd recommend it if you are looking to enjoy the lake, but for an overnight stop, there might be better options since it's so far off the road and doesn't offer much aside from the lake. For this trip, it wasn't a great choice, but in the future, if we had more time to stick around and enjoy the lake, I'd happily stay here again. The park rangers were friendly. We camped at Possum Kingdom State Park in a Motorhome

Posted Jul 27, 2017 by maryo_tx from Dallas. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.



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