Western Pines RV Park

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5001 NW Stallings Dr., Nacogdoches, TX, 75964

  1. Western Pines RV Park is an established park community welcoming full time and nightly renters. With a whole new team of owners and management, our goal is to improve the quality our park and the community we are a part of. We are striving to improve all the current facilities and working towards expanding the entire park in the near future. Guests may take advantage of our 30/50 amp service sites along with WiFi and a dump station. Given our convenient location, we are just a short drive from shopping centers, quaint shops, wineries and great food. Close to SFASU and the brick streets of downtown. Whether it's for just one night or longer, we hope to see you soon!


Last Updated: 01/04/2022

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hookup RV Sites - 30 Amps $40.00 $175.00 $425.00 See More Choose Your Site
Full Hookup RV Sites - 50 Amps $40.00 $175.00 $425.00 See More Choose Your Site

Quiet Time

Quite hours are from 10:00 PM - 7:00 AM.


We are a family friendly park and ask you to be respectful of our other guests while you stay with us. Drive slowly and watch for children. All trash is to be properly bagged and put in the on site dumpster. Please remember to keep your area clean.


Non-aggressive pets are allowed on site but must be on a leash. Owner is responsible for cleaning up after them. There is an area where they may be exercised off leash with constant supervision.

Dump Station

Pet Friendly

Pets Allowed

Sewer Hookups

Water Hookups


RV Hookup

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Gasoline Nearby

Gravel Roads

Big Rig Friendly

Extended Stay

Family Friendly

Pet Friendly

Remote Work Friendly



Good Sam

Senior Discount

Senior Citizen


5001 NW Stallings Dr., Nacogdoches, TX, 75964
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D Row pull through sites are on the south end of the park. 
park is located North of Westward and Stallings exit on west side of Hwy 59. 

Looking for some more adventure? Be sure to check out some camper favorites:

  • Stephen F Austin State University is 3.2 miles from our park. Stone Fort Museum on the campus grounds.
  • Caddo Mounds State Historic Site just 33.5 miles
  • Great fishing at Lake Sam Rayburn and Lake Nacogdoches
  • Millard's Crossing Historic Village just 1.4 miles
  • Zip Nac 7.8 miles on HWY 7 East
  • Splash Kingdom Timber Falls 4.2 miles
  • Banita Creek Trail 4.8 miles


Overall Rating: 2.6

Judi B

Stayed 10/5/21-10/30/21 2020 - 33 ft travel trailer. Will stay again if in the area. Formerly: Forest Country RV Oark. New Park name. Western Pines RV Park. Contact info: 936-645-6352. westernpinesrvpark@yahoo.com FHU Pull through grass and gravel sites 50 and/or 30 amp. New Managers: Pam & Gene Rates Daily $40; weekly starts at $175; Monthly 400 and includes electricity. Paid with credit card. WiFi was good enough to watch Amazon prime shows. Mostly without interruption. Online at site C-8 on 2-3 devices at a time Did not try local channels. Verizon and AT&T connection ok. The new managers took over in March 2021. The February freeze caused busted pipes etc So plans are to build a new Bath/ Laundry facility. Not sure when it will be done. No bath showers or laundry at this time. Other great improvements are also planned. There is a little office store with maybe a few items. I didn’t go in. Pam can be easily reached by phone. When she is away. She is very nice, pleasant and helpful. Gene is also nice and pleasant, he stays very busy improving the sites. There are 10 to 15 sites available for short visits Sites are close but doable. There are also stationary RV’s available to rent and stay in. There are no tables or fire pits at sites. We leveled slightly on one side. Not so bad that we couldn’t have done without if staying one night. They are serious about keeping all sites tidy . And strict about nuisance behaviors. There are full time residents, some in older trailers. But sites are not cluttered. All residents are nice people. Had a couple days of rain. Some sites had puddles at the edges but not bad. The park streets are packed down fine gravel, easier to take daily walks on than other parks we have been at. Pine Forest is at the far back. Open large area of grass at back and one side. Public safety offices on the other side. Have not seen any evidence of Dogs not being picked up after. There is highway noise. We run a fan at night and it doesn’t effect our sleep. Have NOT heard train noise , nor persistent dog noise. Nor people noise. Walmart 8 minutes. TA station. 3 minutes. Walking distance to a BBQ restaurant. Kinfolk restaurant. A gas station deli. Nacogdoches has a lot of tourist attractions. We needed to park near dealership (home base is 4 hours from dealer) to be available when parts arrived and repair schedule opened up. Fridge under a year old not working properly, gratefully fixed now.

Campground Response

We were delighted to have y’all. Our entire park family loved seeing you and Bill taking your daily walks. We hope your travels bring you back to our area again. The plans have just been finalized for our new Guest Services Center. Hopefully by the Spring 2022 it will be completed along with our expansion with wider sites and those picnic tables and fire pits. Laundry and Rest Rooms with Showers along with the new office. Thank you for choosing us as your place to stay. Come again soon.

CA Weir

Do not stay here. Loud noise from highway. No shade even though you’re in the Piney Woods. Description of Amenities is deceiving- no laundry or showers or dump station. Tight spaces with no privacy or on-site staff. WiFi might work. Not close to anything in town as its on service road of 59 so it’s out by itself right next to DPS office. Mostly full- time RV renters.

Campground Response

I’m sorry you had a bad experience at our park. If you would have voiced your concerns we would have gladly done our best to help any way we could. We do have a dump station and the WiFi works great. We are in the process of building new laundry and shower/bathroom facilities since our old one was damaged by the winter storm. We have been working on upgrading since the new owners came in less than a year ago. We are close to some of the best dining in town and only a couple miles from Walmart and the main thoroughfare through Nacogdoches, North Street. Downtown is a little further away but there are no RV parks close to the downtown area but only a short drive there. Again we are sorry for your bad experience and wish you would have reached out to us personally.

Jessica Webb

We stopped here “in town” in the middle of a 2 week trip. The manager was no where to be found. we weren’t able to do laundry because you had to pay with the manager. It’s just a plot of land with hookups and very crowded spots. The hookups worked well. It’s right on the highway and it was really loud at night.

Michael Hinton

Campsite was minimal, address cannot be found by GPS, noise from the Highway was horrible, no one on site, utilities were oriented so that my front door was directly across from my neighbor- strange. We had a reservation for 3 night but left after 2

Kim Baggett

Nice one night stay. I understand that renovations are planned. It would be nice if they designated a few easy in easy out sites for one night stopovers. It was difficult getting into sites.

Kira Ferguson

This is a great little park if you only have basic needs: sewer, electric and Wi-Fi. Our rig was parked close to the router so we didn't have any connectivity issues. The owner and lot manager were very pleasant to speak to and very helpful. I'm only giving 4 stars though because the website states there is a laundry facility, and there is not. It also states trash service and community shower. There is one small building with a possible bathroom/shower that I did not venture into. The trash is one dumpster located at the center of the lot. My dog did love having the huge field to play fetch in. Ant hills were a small problem though. There may be plans to build out the park though, so my "issues" may be resolved for future tenants. We would go back there again, it's right off the highway and very close to dining, gas, propane and shopping a few miles further.

Kevin Rudy

Being so close to the highway meant that there was loud truck traffic all night. The electrical connection was scary, and there were lots of fire ants.