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Total of 6 Campgrounds / RV Parks
Bear Creek Campground
Fort Worth Midtown RV Park In downtown FT Worth on I-30 exit north on University Dr. Go 2 miles turn R on 6th ST, go 2 blks to 2906 W. 6th st.
Lakeview RV Park/MHP
Sunset RV Park Fort Worth From Jct of I-30W & Hwy 183, N 2.5 mi on Hwy 183 to White Settlement Rd, E 1.01 mi (R)
Creek Harbor Camp
Rustic Creek Ranch
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Creek Harbor Camp
Reviewer : Jessica
From : Fort Worth, Texas
Date of review : March 20, 2012
Rating : 4
Date of stay : 3/0
We stayed here one night and overall had a good time, because of the family I was with. However this campground could use a lot of basic cleaning and maintenance. We paid $50/each for 3 cabins, which on the outside looked decent - until we stepped inside. The first thing we all noticed was the soiled (and I mean soiled!!) beds. Extremely disgusting. The cabin had electrical tape on the roof to cover holes. There were wasps nest inside of the cabin and dust and live and dead insects galore! The property owner did advise us to bring our own linens but geez we should have all just brought our own beds. It was disgusting! So if you plan to camp here it is recommended that you do NOT rent a cabin. The owner was kind enough to allow us a late check out since he was not booked the next day but that didn't really help our opinion. When he came around to clean out a cabin for his next renters he simply brought a dust blower. Spent 1 minute blowing out the cabin and wala - done all clean! The owner did say he lived on the property so hopefully he will get these cabins in order. The grounds were not as bad as the cabins, although the shared bathrooms and showers we pretty filthy themselves. They do have fire pits and very small grills in front of each cabin. The is a fishing dock, but it is only usable for about the first 20-30 feet. The remainder of the dock is tilted sideways out of the water. The fishing was no good either, my brother in law is a very experienced fisher and he caught bait! Needless to say we will never camp on these grounds again. We did enjoy our laughs and ghost stories but never again! We planned to rent a paddle boat, but he only had 1, the other kayaks and canoes we not well maintained. Overall this place is just filthy! Probably fine for young teens looking to party or people who just don't care about cleanliness. I know, camping is roughing it and we expect that, but people that rent cabins are at least expecting clean beds to sleep on!