Riverview Campground (Waco, Texas)



Riverview Campground seems to be out in the boonies when you transition from the highway to the back roads that take you to it.  But it’s actually  just 15 minutes from downtown Waco and the dealership where Mike was working. Be careful driving those rural routes, though.  You might have to navigate around roosters in the middle of the road like we did!



Riverview is a lovely park with pull-throughs, full hook-ups, and paved sites.  We paid $30 a day for our 50-amp, full hook-up, pull-through spot that included Wi-Fi.



Amenities include a brand new laundry room/shower building and a small play area for the kids. The property has three different club houses for large or small RV clubs.  Next to an in-ground, salt water swimming pool is a large dog run with a park bench and a couple of trees to provide shade from the sun.



We celebrated our six-month anniversary of being on the road while we were there in early January.  Most of the trees were bare.  We figure it’d be beautiful in the spring, summer and fall when the leaves and flowers are in full bloom.


2 responses »

  1. Checked out that campground and the info about Waco. There are some interesting things to see there which I didn’t know. All I knew about Waco was the Koresh cult thing. As I look up various towns that you and others visit I find that there are so often so many things to see and do that I wasn’t aware of before looking.

    I believe that in our travels to date, we have rolled right by an awful lot of things to see and do in the need to get to where we’re going.

    • That was the first thing we thought about, too. There’s so much more to the city than that. We have the same issue where we see so many nifty things but can’t always stop to appreciate.

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