Sea Bee Park | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
471.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
vanblara

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

3 free campsites with a covered picnic table and a fire pit. This is a city park on a lake. It has flush toilets and a hand sink.

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Small city park with a few camping spots. Pretty clean. One or two spots have a covered picnic table and there is a separate picnic area nearby.

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We were planning to stay here but there were used feminine hygiene products all over the site. It grossed us out so we decided to keep it moving.

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A nice spot by the water. Many of the spots were filled but there was a good amount of space that weren't established "campsites." There is a park bathroom with a flush toilet and sink. Lots of wildlife including cats. Some were fighting under our van in the middle of the night and in the morning we found a meowing cat under our hood. Be sure to check yours!

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See bee Park
What a great spot! The views of the lake were spectacular especially during sunset and sunrise. Easy to find and clearly marked. Two spots have picnic table, shelter and fire rings. The last one had nothing.

We arrived around 3:30 pm and discovered there were a few “long term” tent campers tucked into the woods at a designated space, which we avoided by sharing a spot with another traveler in an RV. The downside of this spot was the extensive amount of garbage strewn about, despite easily accessible garbage cans and a large dumpster at the picnic areas. The other bummer was a fair amount of human waste and toilet paper along the woods lining the sites, however the actual bathrooms were neat and tidy. This was a great layover spot for our trek toward Marfa. We would definitely utilize this spot again. We felt safe and slept great.

One thing to note we were here midweek, but we feel it’s probably a local’s party spot on weekends based on the debris.

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This is an awesome free place. Go all the way to the end of the road and there’s plenty of room for large rigs. Ours was 32 foot with a tow vehicle. Very quiet we were the only people there. My dog barked early this morning because they were fishermen at the boat ramp, putting their boat in. The sunrise alone is worth the trip up from interstate 20 and it’s only a few miles.

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Great location! Strong wifi. There are 3 spots to the left of the road however there are plenty of places at the end of the road across the lake. Pretty quiet. Had some late night drivers but there were other RVs parked around to make us feel safe. Only drawback are the sticker burs. If you have long hair dogs, they can accumulate on their hair pretty quickly!

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Beautiful and peaceful area. Quiet on a Wednesday. Clean toilets and electricity under roofed picnic area. BBQ
There are more secluded parking areas following the road.

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Awesome little park with a few campsites across from the river, some with a covered picnic table and trash bin. 48 hour limit. Regularly patrolled. Stray cats in the area. I saw some wild boar on the other side of the river one night. Neither bothered me. The only camp visitor was someone to empty the trash bin in the morning.

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Nice public park with lake staying a few days to relax. No other campers however few people living in the wooded areas but no bother . Nice space for dog to run off leash . Fishing and boat ramp. Large enough for big rigs . We parked at the end for our rig 23’ tt with 20 suv no problems. Bathroom but no running water 3 miles from town . Would stay here again

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Quiet night. Stopped here on my motorcycle can hear the road in the distance faintly, but the wildlife will lullaby you to sleep.

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We stayed here two nights. There was a US Marshal here when we pulled in (we thought he was a park ranger) who told us we can park anywhere. We felt very safe the entire time. There were a couple other campers, but the area is large and we had a lot of space between us. There’s a body of water that offers a nice view. The road had a bunch of pot holes going in, but they came in and patched them all while we were there. We use T-Mobile and had enough service for Zoom and videos.

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Nice and quiet park for overnight. arrived at night and park at the first parking lot, has toilets. Saw 2 cars heading to the end of the park. No one bothers me. The morning was also quiet and nice. Recommend.

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nice quiet place, good for big rigs, only one here, parked kinda on pavement as it was level. Ranger patrolled by several times, very friendly. lots of bird sounds

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Seabee Park Abilene
What a great find! First, I stopped at a small rest stop on the way to Abilene. I read about the reviews for this free overnight camping site. I was reluctant to do to the fact that there are only three spots available. I decided to head that way just to check it out. So glad I did! It’s only A couple of miles north of I 20. The roads are very good. The campsites are spread out each with a picnic table and trashcan. There’s a public restroom but it was locked. My Verizon signal was strong enough to stream TV. The park is well-maintained and very quiet. I arrived around 4 PM only to find one other camper there. A sign says to camp only in designated areas… But there are probably more campsites than the three I mentioned.

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Beautiful spot. Some trash. The site I camped in didn’t have a picnic table or an annoying street lamp. Only one other person camping here when I arrived at dusk in early June on a Weds. 1 bar T-mobile. Recommended!

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Stayed here my full 48 hour limit. Lots of stay cats around. Also a large group of males were out there chanting with a crucifix. Turns out it was just a frat pledging.

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Quiet night, occasional car drove by, lots of duck quacks. Some mosquitoes and no-see-ums even in November. Stayed on paved ‘pull through’ past picnic tables across road from water. One classA here as well.

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Room for more than two groups. Very quiet after dark. Sign said open from 5:30AM until midnight, but no one came by to run me out

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Beautiful location but get here early as there is only 3 camping spots. Peaceful. At the first site we have a flat open gravel area, a covered picnic table and a garbage can. Bathrooms are a short walk away.

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Enough places to find on this side of the lake. Peaceful.

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We got there pretty late on Christmas night. Only one RV camper was there already. We were worried about the “2 camp sites available” post, but there is plenty of room for more. It was super quiet and tucked away pretty far from the main road. There was church bells going off as we were packing out in the morning, which was weird since it wasn’t Sunday.

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Need to go further on the road to find the spots, which are on the left side of the road. Quiet place.

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2 free campsites with a covered picnic table and a fire pit. This is a city park on a lake. It has flush toilets and a hand sink.

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