Reviews for Coushatte Recreation Ranch Community

| Nice place, many residents

By user-5852053... on 2017-10-23.

Full hookups with some shade. No picnic tables! Did not use bathrooms. They were OK but not great. On site management sparse

| Hidden beauty

By user-5884240... on 2017-10-23.

Club friendly meeting rooms and lots of spaces with pull throughs. Many permanent residents and long term workers living on premises. Quiet and lovely sites. Friendly staff.

| My fav!

By user-6443209... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-03-27 to 2018-04-03

I've been to many places, this by far is the best. It's extremely quiet off the beaten path and reasonable distance to Houston, bellville, sealy. Great shaded spots and unshaded too if you have satelite. Decent antenna tv from houston. Very good water for texas! I love this place and i will come back. Read the directions on how to get here on the website. Pay attention. Hascienda is coushatte rd in Belleville Tx! That's the "light" the website is referring. Once you're on coushatte for 5 miles, look for the radio tower (3 red blinking lights at night) on the right..thats nelius rd. It's the right hand turn to the campsight, about a mile to go straight in and you're there. If it's after hours, get a spot pay in the morning. Near the office is 50/ the left near the pond is all 30A..water sewer too. Perm campers were all nice, waived best of all..kept to themselves! They weren't nosy. I didn't use facilities, i have my own. Owner is fantastic and very accommodating. I can't say enough about the ranch here.

| Low Cash Price; Old Park With Few Amenities

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-05-21 to 2019-05-22

Must drive down miles of roads not suitable for a motorhome to get there. Arrived around 5:30 pm. Had called in advance and was assured that was OK. Drove a long way before there was a sign for an office. No place to pull out of traffic to register. Office was locked and empty. Had to ask people walking by what to do. Called number again and owner said he would send someone. Eventually someone arrived in an ATV who looked around to find a vacant site. When I made my reservation weeks ago the owner said he gave no confirmations because with over 300 sites he was never full. Turns out that most sites are taken by full time residents, so it is not so simple. I got a pull-through site with 50 amps and sewer for $24 cash. It is cash only. No cable. No store , pool, or other amenities. Bare bones in an old trailer park with bad roads, but adequate for one night and cheap. Office closes at 2pm.