Oak Thicket Park

Oak Thicket Park was a quick stop over for us so Michelle and I could go visit Round Top, TX and see the Junk Gypsy’s store.  It is a county park located in Fayetteville.  There are 20 spots and I believe 6 sort of cabins you can rent.  There is a decent size lake and a day use are that has a playground and a pavilion.  The camp site that we were given was not that level.  Thank goodness the Cougar had pegs that you could pull down on the front jacks otherwise I don't think we would have been able to unhook.  The don't have much amenities but all sites have water and electric.  They do have a dump station in the park.  


Verizon cell service was about 3 bars.  AT&T hotspot was at 2 bars.



  • Sites are very private.  Trees between each site.

  • Fire rings are provided along with a grill if you need one.

  • At night it was very quiet, no city lights so the stars were amazing.



  • Not included in the site was a daily entrance fee for the park.  $5 per person over the age of 12 for each day.  So if you have a family of 4 all over the age of 12 it cost us an extra $40 for the 2 night stay.

  • Our site was not level at all.  Told them the size of our rig when we made the reservation but they still put us in a site that was way to small.  

  • Along with being not level our site was very tight.  Had barely enough room to put out the slides.  All sites appeared this way on the drivers side of the site.  


We were only there for 2 nights so I can’t say a whole lot more.  We wouldn't stay there again due to their entry fee, and maneuvering our rig in the tight spaces was not fun.