Reviews for Village Creek State Park

| Huh swimming hole

By user-4676347... on 2017-10-23.

Don't make the 1 mile walk to the place...very small park

| A little gem!

By user-5883140... on 2017-10-23.

Wooded sites lots of trails, a river swiming sites are packed and level showers great the whole area neat as a pin! Good Verizon is a bonus for this great stop.

| Nice location

By user-5274543... on 2017-10-23.

In the piney woods a nice small campground. The sites are kind of level, but you have to work at getting your rig to sit right. Set close together, but many trees so you don't really feel that you're right on top of the people next to you. Bathroom and shower facilities are good. Very clean. Nothing fancy and above average for a state park. The park staff was very approachable and helpful. Many many miles of hiking opportunities and if you're into canoeing and fishing that is an option. Lots of park around a small campground. After the bad drought years in Texas a few years ago things have now changed. Many of the trails and areas in the park have been flooded or damaged by flood waters. If you have a specific trail loop or want to do a water activity called the staff to see if that area of the park is open. 4 star rating because the sites are not the most level.

| very hilly

By user-6255323... on 2017-10-23.

$18 pus 5$ per day.per person texas state park user fee. Pretty location..I'm disabled so it was a bit too hilly for me. Didn't use their restrooms.Sites nice and woodsy..You can check yourself in if it's after hours.

| Village Creek State Park

By user-4896298... on 2017-10-23.

Quite, clean, and a nice get away location. Tucked back in the piney woods of East Texas, there are plenty of hiking trails to explore! The creek offers a nice relaxing trip to take in a canoe or kayak. Experience for yourself....

| Small Park

By user-6407533... on 2018-03-14. Stayed 2018-02-12 to 2018-02-13

A little disappointed with this park. While the sites were level the overhead limbs in our spot were inches from the camper. They lock the gate at 8 pm but do give you the combo to get in after hours. Rate was good but they also charged $3 a person for the park itself. Only problem was the entire park was closed except the campground loop. Storm damages I guess. Just could not get passed the extra charges. Probably pass on this one next time.

| Very small state park

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-21 to 2019-07-05

Had site #2, an ADA site; every site has a tent pad; must pay daily entrance fee in addition to camping fee; canoe/kayak and part of trail system closed due to hurricane damage; back-in gravel sites; nice canopy shade; bathhouse sufficient but located away from all the campsites; plenty of area to walk dogs & run; good choice if you just want a quiet spot to camp.