The Preserve of Texas

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201 Cypress Lakes Circle, Cleveland, TX, 77327

Nowhere else can you find 2,000 acres of natural environment featuring 5 fishing lakes, over a mile of sandy beaches, an equestrian center, miles of hiking & biking trails and recreational activities for all ages. All enhanced by a sunny, warm Texas climate that lets you enjoy the outdoors all year long.

Highlights of the Preserve include:

  • Private gated security entrance
  • 2,000 acres of resort property
  • Children's putt-putt course
  • Splash Pad
  • Five fishing lakes with boat access
  • 1.2 miles of white sandy beach
  • Natural bayous, lakes, & wildlife
  • Over 2 miles of riverfront property

The Preserve is a place where all ages can come together:

  • Large outdoor pavilion and meeting area
  • Pet friendly with on-site dog park
  • BBQ stations, picnic area, & fire pits
  • Community events & entertainment
  • Swimming pools

Just an hour away from Houston or Beaumont!

We also have homes, cabins, lots, and RV pads for sale! We offer easy owner financing with no credit ok! 1/4 lots starting at only $15,699 with $499 down!

Texas Specialty Homes LP, 6101 Southwest Freeway Suite 200 Houston, TX 77057, NMLS 341119, Residential Mortgage Loan Company

The Preserve of Texas

Last Updated: 06/05/2023

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Preserve Rule Book

Please refer to rule book at Welcome Center when entering. The maximum speed limit is 20 mph unless posted otherwise. Adult supervision is required: Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times at the pools, lakes, beach, and river. Transporting children in the open back of a pickup truck is not permitted. Lincoln Pool is an "Adults Only Pool". No one under 21 is permitted. No food, beverage, tobacco products or pets are allowed inside the pool areas with the exception of nonalcoholic drinks in the plastic containers. No glass containers are permitted within 100 feet of the swimming pools. No animals, poultry, or farm animals, other than household pets, shall be maintained on any lot or in the Preserve. No loose dogs, cats, or other pets are permitted. Pets must be penned or leashed. Animal owners are solely responsible for the actions of their pets while on any portion of the Preserve, whether common areas or a privately owned lot. Pet waste must be removed immediately from common ground areas and along streets. No parking is permitted on a neighbor's or vacant lot, including the blocking of any driveway at any time. Inoperable vehicles are not permitted and must be moved within 48 hours of notice to remove the vehicle. Any vehicle accident caused by a POA member or guest, or by their vehicle, is the sole responsibility of the driver and/or owner of the vehicle. ATV's, Four-Wheelers, & UTV's are prohibited. Campfires are confined to designated areas only. Exterior clotheslines are prohibited. Fireworks are not permitted. Profane language, drunkenness, abusive or threatening behavior, illegal activities, property damage, speeding, driving while intoxicated or overly medicated, drugs or immoral conduct, as defined by state and local laws are not tolerated at any time. Trash must be securely bagged. No hunting or trapping is permitted on the property. Discharging of firearms is prohibited. Quiet time in the Preserve is from 10 pm to daybreak, seven days a week, and amenities are closed during this period. Soliciting is prohibited. Tents are prohibited. All applicable state and federal Rules and Regulations apply to fishing within the Preserve. Fishing is allowed only by rod and reel or other pole and line methods. Bow fishing is prohibited. Catch and Release for BASS only. Pontoon boats, kayaks, and canoes are permitted on the lakes in the Preserve provided they are no more than 18 feet in length. Only electric trolling motors are allowed for use in the lakes and ponds of the Preserve, except gas powered, trolling motors with 2.5 or less horse-power may be used on Horseshoe Lake and Red-Tail Lake. RV Spaces do not allow for Toy Hauler, Truck Camper, and Pop Up Camper. You are reservation is subject to cancellation and you will be asked to leave the community if the rules are not adhered to. Any questions, please contact us directly prior to booking at 713-231-1100.

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201 Cypress Lakes Circle, Cleveland, TX, 77327
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The Preserve of Texas is on the scenic 105 Highway. Just a couple of minutes from downtown Cleveland, TX! Great country style restaurants a short drive away! This is a perfect place if you want to escape from the city and enjoy the country lifestyle.

Overall Rating: 3.4

Jaycie Spooner

Will absolutely stay here again. I loved how much privacy we had and all the nature! My kids loved being able to fish and ride their bikes.

Lynn Heaton

We took off half day non paid, paid for the weekend to stay with our RV, paid for gas, time, all based on a tour for Sat at 10:00 am. We arrived Friday, and our site had no table and full of ants. We showed up for our 10:00 am tour and the lady said she was new and couldn't give us any info on any properties and was by herself so could not leave. She said they don't have tours on Sat. So we know about the same as we got there, nothing. We did enjoy the wooded lots, but have no idea the cost or how the resort even works.

Charles Johnson

First off the roads are worse than you would imagine driving on the surface of the moon. Water is off atleast 2 weeks of the month due to busted pipes. The pools are full of algae and the splash pad is always messed up for the kiddos. And the people there are such snake's

Elizabeth Libby

Site 13’s hookups function well. Clear satellite antenna from site. Lots of ant beds Suggest removing broken wooden trash bin and ensuring sites cleaned of trash left behind from prior campers.

Jeff Skains

No Map left at the front gate. Luckily I got ahold of someone before they closed at the office and she sent me a pin drop via text on how to find the lots. If you follow google or apple maps, you'll go down some very sketchy dirt roads with HUGE potholes. They need a better check-in process, signage, etc. We stay on the North side, spots around N0# POA area... Pads were level, no fire pits, hookups worked fine on our spot, but the spot next to ours was not working. (N02 POA...) N01 is relatively shaded and has a picnic table. We used that spot since it was available online and we checked in fairly late... figured the likely hood of someone booking it and being able to find it last minute was slim to none. Don't bother washing your rig or your tow vehicle before you go, when you come out they'll both be covered in dirt. The resort picture are NOT in line with reality of the property. ... All that said, it was pretty down by the water.

Christina Carroll

We love staying at The Preserve! Gave 4 stars because Cedar Bayou pool was green. No one was swimming in it. Everyone was at Wilderness Pool. Lincoln Adult pool was also closed for repairs. Bathrooms at Lincoln need maintenance as well. If you want to play putt-putt golf, you now have to drive to front gate to get the clubs and balls...then return them. They used to be located at the Davis Pavillion but are now moved.

Byron Mathis

What a peaceful place! If you're looking for a place to enjoy the peace and quietness this is your place. Enjoyed my stay.

Cassie Fry

My family and I enjoyed the river beach. The playground is nice. And the river bottom trees are beautiful with a nice touch of moss hanging from them.

Steve Matin

The roads are in such disrepair that it can ruin your car when driving down them. There has not been any improvements made to the Preserve in years other rebuilding some of the campsites destroyed by flooding. Now our dues have been increased along with a Special Assessment

Roger Powell

We stayed at The Preserve 5 nights. We enjoyed the soundings, trees and lakes but, the road was terrible big pot holes in the road. It had not been maintained for a long time. The mapping of the area was not clear. We would not stay there again.

cecil ford

The preserve was once a great idea. They have a lot of amenities. The RV sites have full hook ups and ours was beside a lake. The roads are in poor shape and upkeep is lacking.

Heidi Komm

I wanted to give a 5 because Erica is the most helpful out of anyone who is there. We used to have trash cans, 3rd this summer I do believe. No paper tower in the women's restroom. Something has to done about all those potholes.

Heidi Komm

We stayed in the wilderness #13 and whoever installed the 30 amp it's upside down. So no one was in # 12 we had a long cord + our 50 amp adapter. I have only wonderful things to say about Erica. That young lady works her tail off. We always have a great time as my brother and wife joins us. Thank you Erica, you ROCK 🎸!

Krystal McKinley

Great experience! Nature is beautiful ❤ people are friendly

Matthew Escobar

Really enjoyed our time there the only complaints is the septic system where we were at was stopped up and we reported it but no one came to fix the problem so we had to use the facilities there the whole time but other than that we enjoyed our time

Krystal McKinley

Beautiful place. Wildlife everywhere. Camp site was great. Only complaint is the public bathrooms weren't as clean and some of the public areas like parks and dog park wasnt mowed but given weather that is understandable. We loved it otherwise and look forward to more stays.

Patsy Armstrong

Stayed at RV site CB11. I would stay at their Wilderness Park RV section next time because I like to fish and you can walk to the pond in the Wilderness Park section. We had to drive to get to fishing areas from where we were camped. Very peaceful beautiful scenery. Due to our drought the Trinity River is way down and there is no water in their tributaries. But had a great relaxing time.

Duncan Fiedler

We was in RV spot W6 ..we stayed 2 months We Loved it there ..the pool there had to be closed down. There was as some adult people whom threw Rocks in pools for there kids to dive for kids was pulling tiles off pool ..It was a Spanish family that did this ..I think Cameras need to be put up at the pools so they can see who is destroying there pools.. ..Sit outside every more drinking coffee watching Deer .. I miss being there and would stay all the time if I could..people are friendly and Very helpful.. It's Beautiful out there..hope to go back soon..

Darlene Pate

Not too bad.. pool was closed most of the time Thank God we had a river to go to.

Norlan Van Cleve

Grass not mowed, trash not picked up, roads are horrendous Due to booking error someone was parked in our space so we had to find another space Not worth the price!!!