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CRANES MILL PARK, TX

Photo: CRANES MILL PARK
Status: Open year round.   Season Dates
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Find Similar Sites Type:RV ELECTRIC Amenities:
Electric Hookup Pets Allowed Near Water Accessible
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Reservation Window: Wed Sep 03 2014 – Tue Mar 03 2015


Check-in: 3:00 pm
  


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Departure date:
 
Check-out: 2:00 pm

Site Details:

  • Site Type: RV ELECTRIC
  • Site Reserve Type: Site-Specific
  • Accessible: Y
  • Site Access: Drive-In
  • Checkin Time: 3:00 pm
  • Checkout Time: 2:00 pm
  • Type of Use: Overnight
  • Electricity Hookup: 50
  • Water Hookup: Y
  • Min Num of People: 1
  • Max Num of People: 10
  • Pets Allowed: Domestic
  • Min Num of Vehicles: 1
  • Max Num of Vehicles: 2
  • Driveway Grade: Slight
  • Driveway Surface: Paved
  • Driveway Entry: Back-In
  • Driveway Length: 66
  • Max Vehicle Length: 60
  • Shade: Partial
  • Capacity/Size Rating: Single
  • Site Height/Overhead Clearance: 20
  • Proximity to Water: Lakefront
  • Lean To/Shelter: Y
  • BBQ: Y
  • Campfire Allowed: Y
  • Grills/Fire Ring: Y
  • Location Rating: Prime
  • Picnic Table: Y
  • Site Rating: Prime
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Know Before You Go

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HELP US REDUCE ENERGY COSTS WHEN YOU ARE GONE…DON’T LEAVE IT ON! Turn off the AC/Lights/Fans Turn Down/Off Electric Water Heaters WHEN NOT IN USE…TURN OFF THE JUICE! Unplug Chargers and Appliances Turn off Radios and TVs KEEP THE PARK OPEN BY SAVING ELECTRICITY.

Wild life is in abundance on the Cranes Mill Park peninsula. Do NOT attempt to interact with the wild life. Some are protective of their territory, homes, dens, food and young. If you encroach on their space, they may become aggressive. To keep you safe, we ask that you do not feed, pet, handle, chase, harass, follow, hunt or attempt in any form or fashion to attract or interact directly with the wild life. You may observe them from a distance. If you find a fawn or other baby animal by itself, do not handle them. Mother animals often leave their young in a 'safe' place so they can go off and eat. The mothers will be back for their young, but if you touch it, the mother will often abandon the baby since the animal now smells like you. Contact the gate attendants, park host or park ranger for assistance in any situation similar to what is described above.

** Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the campground.