Free Stay and Play Near Houston

Spring Creek Park in Tomball, Texas is a multi-use area that offers many opportunities for outside activity. The 114 acre facility features, playgrounds, picnic areas, large pavilions, tennis courts, camping areas and much more. There are tent camping areas along with RV sites. Both types of sites are totally free of charge.

Our Thor Vegas set up on site number 2 at Spring Creek Park, one of eight RV sites that are equipped with FHUs – sewer, water and electricity. Sites are free of charge with a 7 day stay limit. What a deal! Reservations are required and can be obtained by calling (281) 353-8100. 

The RV sites are very popular as expected with being free of charge. There are public restrooms and free showers directly across from the sites.

Archery Range at the park. Area is free to use as well. 

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Spring Creek Park has numerous hiking trails suitable for all levels of hikers. 

Wooden foot bridge on one the many hiking trails in the park. 

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Hiking trails are well used at the park. Nice to see green on the trees again after a long winter. 

The park also offers ample solid surface areas for walking and biking. 

Marker on the northwest corner of the park honoring the site of the Tomball Confederate Powder Mill. The mill opened in 1861 and included a large water wheel in Spring Creek that generated electricity needed for the production of blacksmith products and gun powder used during the Civil War. The mill suffered an explosion in 1863 that led to its permanent closure. An unknown number of workers were killed during the mishap. Interesting that the neighborhood on the west side of Spring Creek Park is named Powder Mill Estates. Wonder how many residents of the area know the history behind the naming of their community…

Huge trees with Spanish moss call the park home. 

Fishing is allowed in the park at Spring Creek. 

We highly enjoyed our time at Spring Creek Park. The park is well-kept, very clean and quite spacious. It  is completely fenced and the entrance gates close at 10 pm each night for safety. Park rangers were very friendly and present at all hours of the day. We would not hesitate to return for another stay at the park when in the area. 

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