Mother Neff State Park, Moody
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We camped in our RV and really liked this park. The sites were very large and felt secluded, surrounded on three sides by trees. The RV sites have sewers, which is an almost unheard-of joy for RVers! ... read more »
That area wit the Daddy Long Legs is creepy yet super cool. Got some pretty cool shots in here. The park rangers are awesome, sweet, and welcoming.
This was our first visit to Mother Neff State Park but will not be our last. The sites are immaculate and although not far apart still seem secluded. The staff could not have been more friendly and he... read more »
The new addition is great. We have a TT so more concerned with all those amenities. They have very nice concrete pads and decomposed granite around the firepit/table area. They also have sewer which is almost un-heard of in Texas State Parks. The only real downside is the park is pretty small. For it's size they have a decent little trail system though.
The park was very nice. Campsites are awesome and the park hosts were extremely nice and helpful. The lady that actually works the front desk is another story (the park employee). She was rude and short with you when you tried to ask questions. I would've rated the park higher had it not been for her. The rest of the experience was very enjoyable.
I grew up about 8 miles from Mother Neff Park, and hung out there a lot when I was in High School. I love the history of the park because it was built by the CCC. My Dad served in the CCC in Arizona in the late 1930s. The new full hookup camping sites are great. My wife and I are camping there now. Nice new headquarters building, friendly people, and peaceful surroundings. What more could I ask for?
We were staying in Killeen and looking for something for my 5 year old and I to do. This state park is 45 minutes away but so worth the trip! The park is tucked away into some hill country and the drive to it was senic. There are several trails for you to hike and explore. Super fun trip. I wish I had an RV to camp! My son had no problems hiking these trails. There's wildlife all around you. For one adult and one child under 12 I paid two whole dollars. You can leave a donation which I did. Bring food and water to picnic! There's not alot of options around the area.
Renovation is nice. Traffic noise is sort of loud. facilities are excellent. This is the first state park I have ever been to that has dump hookups for RVs.￼
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