Back in Medina, Texas at The Farm Country RV Park

We have returned to the The Farm Country RV Park about 4 miles from Medina, Texas. We will leave our camper here until the end of March of next year. This is our 3rd year here at this campround but we don’t stay here full time with the camper. We use this as our place in the Texas Hill Country and come and go from our home north of Houston.

This is such a nice place! The campground is in the country away from the hussle and bussle of city life. We have a very large campsite that has a great view with no other camper in front of us. In fact all of the campsites here are large. There is definately no noise polution out here and as the song says, “The Stars at Night are Big and Bright, Deep in The Heart of Texas”. They truly shine bright out here! You can sit back in your lawn chair at night and spend hours just looking at the stars. If you look long enough you can even see one or two satellites pass overhead.

This isn’t your typical campgound in that they don’t have a traditional office and gift shop, or restrooms with showers. There is no tent camping and no popups are allowed. However, they do have a nice laundry facility and if you stay you have access to the activities at The Farm County Club which is owned by the same fine folks, Homer and Cathy Stevens. You can find out more information about the campground by going to This Old Campsite.

One of the other benefits of being here is that we get to sit and watch the deer and antelope roam through the campground during the day. They are more numerous during the morning and evening than the middle of the day. They know that they are safe in this campground and will ignore you as long as you don’t make moves toward them. Many times they will try to approach you as long as you stay still.

For more camping information, please visit us at This Old Campsite.


Looking at Deer

Looking at Deer

Looking at Deer


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