Reviews for Thousand Trails / Lake Tawakoni

| Nice, quiet park

By user-5797965... on 2017-10-23.

We stayed here 2 days during rainy season. Older park which, while showing it's age a bit, was very quiet, relaxed, and had many friendly staff. Because we were here in rainy season and it is on the lake, about half the park was closed due to flooding. Very large rigs may not have great 50 amp is available and there are quite a few beautiful mature trees that hang a little low. We came to go fishing (excellent catfish spots) and to visit Canton, which is just a quick 30 minute drive. Perfect spot for both.

| Unhappy traveler

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

I picked the park thinking it would be nice to be by the water. Terrible,TERRIBLE experience. After 6 hrs on the road and driving out of my way to get to this park we were greeted by Thousands of 3 BLACK wasps. The gate attendant wasn t much help. Instructed to drive the park and pick a spot,,, with the wasps following, many spots we re shut off because of possible flooding. Overall park seemed dismal and not kept up. The wasps won,, we left with out a refund. Attendant said the wasps were common that we mustn t have been from Texas. I ll never prepay for a spot again.. I do not recommend this place. Terrible service terrible experience..

| Friendly Staff and Campers

By user-6310935... on 2019-08-09.

Check out our video tour of the campground! We had a lovely time at Lake Tawakoni RV Campground. We enjoyed their lodge and that there was free Wifi. The laundry is inexpensive. The one downside is that it is pretty far from grocery stores. The bathrooms were clean and the staff was friendly and inviting. We really enjoyed the friendly campers and the size of the property. We were able to walk the dog around the property and it also enabled us to explore the park. We would stay here again.

| A tired park

By user-5620841... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-02-21 to 2019-02-24

It has a lot going for it. Lake frontage swimming in the right time if year. Great activity center with many games pool and Wii etc. There is a swimming pool too and not to expensive for a family fun time. Verizon is weak to poor and there is WiFi for a fee. But the roads are aweful. Though many sites are shaded, campers are crammed together with most spots being dirt, maybe some gravel and a water hole or two. We came from Dallas and stopped here before heading back to Michigan. I would stay again, but really this is b St suited for families looking for an inexpensive stay on a lake.

| Lakefront camping.

By user-5355284... on 2019-08-09.

Thousand trails is a membership park though open to the public at daily retail rates. Lots of sites right on the lake but during rainy season suspectible to flooding. Park is older but most of the amenities are working and in decent shape. Quit a few year round residents which has its pluses and minuses. ATT has good reception and there's paid wifi at the sites and free wifi at the activities center. Overall decent RV Park.

| Thousand Trails Member

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-29 to 2019-06-30

Many sites had full hookups. Lake was very pretty though there were quite a few mosquitoes due to heavy rains. Showers were nice. Pool looked good with decent hours. Clubhouse was nice and campground was fairly quiet.