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Stephen F. Austin State Park, San Felipe
(3.9/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • With close proximity to Houston, this is one of the nice parks you can visit to get in a nice shady hike and commune a bit with nature. The trails are well-maintained but can be a little muddy after r...  more »
  • Nice park with lots of hiking. Several geocaches in the park too. Can fish from the banks of the Brazos River, but there is no swimming here- which is why I said it's nice for fall, winter and spring....  more »
  • We camped on site 21. It was a fairly level, hard surface pull through. The site itself was very large and private. The park was quite. The staff were friendly and helpful. I would recommend this park...  more »
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  • I think this park has wonderful trails and it seemed very well kept up when I was there last. The bathrooms were very clean and litter was to a minimum. It is definitely a great place to go visit for a day or to stay for a weekend. (This review is from before all of the current flood damage.)
  • Though the trails were closed due to flooding, the experience was great there.
  • The group lodge is not worth the price at all! We paid over $500 for 2 nights. They make you pay at least for 2 nights. The shower/bathroom area does not have a door so no privacy at all! There is no stove and no facility. There is a fridge that doesn't work properly. Worst of all the staff are really rude and follow you around and constantly annoy you for little things. I will not go back to this place. It is definitely not worth the price! All they have in the room is bunch of bunk beds and garbage cans.
  • They sell nearly fire proof wood. Other than that this place is chill and serene. Perfect place to stop on the way to cut loose from the grid.
  • We stayed here for 6 nights May 12th leaving early May 18th in site 1, which is a full-hook up 30 amp site. Picnic tables and fire ring at each site. Beware the wood they sell is very green and nearly impossible to light without a map gas torch. Lots of trees, but not so much that you can't utilize satellite and with our antenna, we got 47 channels out of Houston. The campground hosts were not a picnic; however, they were not mean either. I think they just had no happiness in their lives. We got good connectivity with Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. This park has nice walking trails and is well kept. The best part of the park were the deer, bunnies and butterflies everywhere!