Sandy Pines RV Park

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10749 US-287, Grapeland, TX, 75844

Located in Grapeland, Texas, Sandy Pines RV Park features extra large 40'x15' concrete pads on large lots that support 20/30/50 amp water, sewer and electrical hookups. Visitors can take advantage of nearby attractions such as Caney Creek Winery, Grapevine Safari, Mission Tejas State Park and more. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 09/30/2022

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back-in Full Hook-up (Asphalt) $40.00 $180.00 $400.00 See More Choose Your Site
Back-in Full Hook-up (Concrete) $40.00 $180.00 $400.00 See More Choose Your Site
Long Term -- $400.00 See More Choose Your Site
Pull-through Full Hook-up (Asphalt) $40.00 $180.00 $400.00 See More Choose Your Site

10749 US-287, Grapeland, TX, 75844
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Pads 1-17 are back-in sites.  Pads 18-20 are pull throughs.

Overall Rating: 4.6

Joseph Fisher

We really enjoyed camping there. The owners are really friendly and accommodating. The campsites are spaced out nicely. There is an occasional train that comes by a couple times a day but overall the park is very quite.

Jerry White

I Would recommend Sandy Pines RV Park to anyone wanting to stay in Grapeland Texas over night, weekends or like myself long term. The park is well maintained very clean and the internet is awesome. The couple that run the park are very friendly and helpful. Best Park I have ever stayed in give it a try you will not be disappointed.

John Doe

New campground that is still being built out. Large concrete pads.only 3 pull thrues, but the back ins have lots of room if you're a newbie.

Brad Fennell

A nice park set among beautiful pine trees. Long, wide, and level concrete pads plenty big enough for our 40ft class A. Convenient hook-ups. The only downside was proximity of the railroad but it didn't run too often. Park was quiet and the pine trees made a nice place to walk the dog.


Nice place and nice people. Just like the name says it’s in a bunch of pines but it is big rig friendly.