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Old 03-29-2015, 09:09 PM   #1
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Lost Maples SP, Texas

Did a search and no results were shown. Has anyone with a DP camped at this park? Thanks for any info
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Lost Maples is has a small RV area. We have not stayed there as it is sometimes hard to find a place, so when we are in that area we stay in Garner SP which is just a short drive from Lost Maples. Garner SP is much larger, 296 campsites 68 with 50 amp, and suits us better. Lost Maples is a great park that we do day visits at!


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Lost Maples is has a small RV area. We have not stayed there as it is sometimes hard to find a place, so when we are in that area we stay in Garner SP which is just a short drive from Lost Maples. Garner SP is much larger, 296 campsites 68 with 50 amp, and suits us better. Lost Maples is a great park that we do day visits at!
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Thanks for the info! We have stayed in Garner as well; just thought we might try something different for a short stay in the next few days as there seemed to be many spots available. I've been in that area many times but haven't driven through Lost Maples to check out the RV spots.

I replied to one of your posts in another thread and inquired if you had any recommendations for the Granbury area? We have an event to attend there in April and wanted to take the MH & 24' enclosed trailer. Thanks,

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We stayed there last Nov. small park, but you should not have a problem with a DP.
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We stayed there last Nov. small park, but you should not have a problem with a DP.
Thanks for the info! ... think we'll give 'em a try.
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Just replied to your other post. St. Antonio Tx

What event are you attending here in April?

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Thanks for the info! We have stayed in Garner as well; just thought we might try something different for a short stay in the next few days as there seemed to be many spots available. I've been in that area many times but haven't driven through Lost Maples to check out the RV spots.

I replied to one of your posts in another thread and inquired if you had any recommendations for the Granbury area? We have an event to attend there in April and wanted to take the MH & 24' enclosed trailer. Thanks,

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Just replied to your other post. St. Antonio Tx

What event are you attending here in April?
Thanks for the response... I replied to your post on that thread as well.

At this time we're scheduled to attend the NTOC (North Texas Oldsmobile Club) Zone show held at the Hilton on the lake April 17 & 18. We had a great time last year and really enjoyed Granbury and the surrounding area.
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Thubderfoot, if you call the park and make your reservations they will give directions on how to get to the park with going over all the big hills if follow directions on website or most GPS'




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Thubderfoot, if you call the park and make your reservations they will give directions on how to get to the park with going over all the big hills if follow directions on website or most GPS'

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