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Lone Star Lakes RV Park New Caney

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Lone Star Lakes RV Park
20980 Us Highway 59
New Caney
TX
77357
Tel: 281 399 8977

Directions

The park are located at 20980 US Hwy 59 (aka US Hwy 69) in New Caney, Texas.

From I-45 southbound, take exit 79 (Hwy 242), and then left onto the highway (traveling east) for 10 miles. Turn right onto FM 1485 to the intersection of FM 1485 & US Hwy59 (Hwy 69). Turn right on Southbound frontage road for 1 miles, and look out for the signs for the park

Where are we going today?

They may be an RV Park, but their heart's as big as Texas! Lone Star Lakes RV Park has 96 RV sites just for your family, no matter how big your RV is!  Families big and small can stay in their 80ft long pull through sites, and 92 of the sites have 2 vehicle parking!

Each site has a patio and a picnic table, so you can enjoy your meals together under that Texan sun or those southern stars!

The park is right on the shores of a private lake, so you can enjoy free fishing there, and a great opportunity to teach the kids the ropes (or lines!) of fishing if they have never tried it before.

Take a hike on one of the nature trails around the lake, or enjoy the climate controlled recreation room with free pool tables, air hockey and table tennis tables!

From Memorial weekend to Labor Day weekend there is a swimming pool that kids can splash about in and cool off in from that hot Texan sun (don't forget your sunscreen!) and there are BBQ pits and fire rings located in the park. They can always dry off as they play on the playground equipment with shady spots, slides and a fun covered climb area. 

If your family extends out to the furry kind, you can bring them too! They have a fun dog park where even they can get some exercise! 

Fancy taking the night to enjoy a nice family friendly restaurant?  There are HEAPS nearby! Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Pizza, Seafood....yum our stomachs are rumbling now!

There are also a host of activities to do in the nearby area, such as shopping, movie theaters, golf, water parks, wildness parks, zoos, and of course the Space Center!  Houston, false alarm - I don't think we have a problem, unless it's deciding what to do first! 

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What is there to do?

The nearby activities range from the Lake Houston Wilderness Park 3 miles away, Splashtown Water Park 12 miles away, to Houston Zoo at 33 miles away.

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $32 (up to 2 people) / day
  • Full hook up $155 - $165 (up to 2 people) / week
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Facilities on site

They can handle the longest rigs with pull-thru sites at 80 ft. long, with a patio and picnic table at each site. There is a full time, in-park host, free wifi, phone connection at each site, free fishing, nature trails, recreation room, pool, BBQ pits and fire rings, propane available, laundromat and bathrooms with showers.

I'm Hungry!

Well okay then! There are BBQ pits for you to use if you want to cook up your own Texan style BBQ, or head to the nearby restaurants (and there are a LOT!) where you can enjoy a family night out. .

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to see what disabled access there is for wheelchairs .

What people are saying?

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    Moved to Houston area approximately 7 months ago, found Lone Star Lakes RV Park after doing research. I love the size and feel of the RV park. There are showers, laundry (book and magazine corner included), swimming pool (open in season), community game room, and fishing pond. Most people appear to live here year round, with lots set aside for those who are just passing thru for a short time. Lots of trees, coming from the Texas panhandle which is tree poor, I am in heaven. Only thing they are evergreens and loose their pinecones and needles...Read More

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    we love the park. its nice and quiet at night. prices are good, kid friendly, paved roads, pool, laundryroom is nice, game room, trees everywhere, pet friendly (you have to pick up after your pets and must be on leash).
    the only PROBLEM we have is that there are cats everywhere and crap everywhere!!!!!!! they walk all over your car. and we cant walk off our porch without stepping in the cat crap. we told the staff and they said there was nothing they could do about it. its a nice park but when you pay to stay somewheres and u step in crap everyday...Read More

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    Crowded and dumpy rigs and awful lots. They love their "were strict" Rep, but anywhere you're going to find chicken pens and no grassed lots something tells me there off the mark. Never stay again.

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    This RV park has allot of things going for it so I will start with the pros.

    Pros:
    Great Internet(talking 10mb down, and 2mb up)
    Pool(not sure when it's open we're here in winter)
    Paved sites
    Monthly rates($325 a month when we were here)
    Friendly Staff
    Safe/Secure feeling

    Cons:
    Rigs vary in condition(this depends on your view of whats an acceptable rig, this wasn't a problem for us but there isn't a 10 year rule and there are some older/less maintained rigs there)
    Mostly working people/younger people(lack of normal RV park retirement style activities)
    Reminds...Read More

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    Guy is just after MONEY all trees and Birds Poo, VERY VERY tight driving Small & Hard to get parked. I am sure you know RV., Park owners? Ok but Wild Country RV, Is around the cornor Larger spots and much bigger spots!!!! Also is PassPort America. Much Better Place, Less Money TOO.....Roger is Great Guy Also.

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by don7055

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Moved to Houston area approximately 7 months ago, found Lone Star Lakes RV Park after doing research. I love the size and feel of the RV park. There are showers, laundry (book and magazine corner included), swimming pool (open in season), community game room, and fishing pond. Most people appear to live here year round, with lots set aside for those who are just passing thru for a short time. Lots of trees, coming from the Texas panhandle which is tree poor, I am in heaven. Only thing they are evergreens and loose their pinecones and needles constantly, but small price to pay as far as I am concerned. The owners and people working here are friendly and very helpful, if I have needed assistance. Yes, there is another RV park close by, but with only concrete and little trees, it was not for me. I have had no problem with the rain, as far as not draining or being muddy at my lot. Would have no problem telling anyone I know to stay here for a great country feel.

by sarah thorton

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we love the park. its nice and quiet at night. prices are good, kid friendly, paved roads, pool, laundryroom is nice, game room, trees everywhere, pet friendly (you have to pick up after your pets and must be on leash).
the only PROBLEM we have is that there are cats everywhere and crap everywhere!!!!!!! they walk all over your car. and we cant walk off our porch without stepping in the cat crap. we told the staff and they said there was nothing they could do about it. its a nice park but when you pay to stay somewheres and u step in crap everyday jus to get to ur car or to do laundry its very very disappointing. i would recommend to someone who doesnt mind cat crap all over their feet!

by A Google User

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This RV park has allot of things going for it so I will start with the pros.

Pros:
Great Internet(talking 10mb down, and 2mb up)
Pool(not sure when it's open we're here in winter)
Paved sites
Monthly rates($325 a month when we were here)
Friendly Staff
Safe/Secure feeling

Cons:
Rigs vary in condition(this depends on your view of whats an acceptable rig, this wasn't a problem for us but there isn't a 10 year rule and there are some older/less maintained rigs there)
Mostly working people/younger people(lack of normal RV park retirement style activities)
Reminds me more of a nice trailer park

Overall I would recommend this park to anyone looking for a fairly cheap comfortable place to stay. It's not you average RV park in some ways but it's certainly better than some places we've stayed. Good but not quite great, is an excellent value for the money though. Also electric was included in the $325.

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