The Western RV Park

Behind The Western Steakhouse & Dancehall
9524 Highway 6 Loop S
Navasota, TX 77868

Type of Park: Private-owned
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Site #32 - Back-In

$45 per night (3% fee for credit card)

  • Water
  • 20/30/50 amp
  • Sewer
  • Site Pad: Concrete

👍🏻 Pros:

  • Very wide sites. Can park the tow vehicle next to the rig
  • Brand new - all new electric, water, sewer
  • Sites are level
  • No need for rugs and such

👎🏻 Cons:

  • It's a big concrete parking lot with hookups - nothing special beyond that
  • The sites were wide, but there's only about a foot or so of space between sites
  • No picnic tables or grills
  • Grass only around the edges of the lot (Keep that in mind for pets)
  • Some spots around the edges had a tiny bit of shade

📝 Park Notes: 

  • Large, bright light poles and the lights are on all night, hard to tell when the sun is coming up and not just the lights. But no stumbling around in the dark.
  • It was nice being at The Western Club with friends for the ShuffleFest weekend event and not having to drive 45 minutes back and forth. The RV park is directly behind the Steakhouse & Dancehall.
  • It is a great spot to stay if you're going to the Western Club. It wouldn't be my first choice for a vacation destination though. It is right off the feeder road for Highway 6, but the road noise isn't terrible. 

Had a great time with a bunch of my campin' & dancin' crew. The bands were awesome! Friday night was Rocky King and Jeff Woolsey. Saturday was The Can't Hardly Playboyz and Jody Nix. FOUR fiddles playing at once. OMG! It was Heaven! I love the bands that play the good old honky tonk music like Johnny Bush that you can dance to. 2-Step, Waltz, Polka, Jitterbug...they played it all. And no line dances, yay! 

Part of our group with Jeff Woolsey on Friday night

It was definitely handy having a place to stay for the weekend. We thought we would have gotten rain, but it held off until we were leaving. If it had though, it would have been okay with all the concrete. In July and August, it's going to be HOT out there though! We had six RV's in our bunch, plus others in another group from home. 

I'm glad some of us had tables and the Blackstone so we could cook our big brunch. We did brunch at the sites, but we ate supper in the Steakhouse & Dancehall both nights. They have really good food! Be aware...if you do the fried mushrooms, give them a chance to cool. They will come hot off the grease!