Thursday, January 25, 2018

Campground Review - Destiny RV Park

Campground entrance and main building

Destiny RV Park
Corinth, TX
Stay Date: Late Dec 2017 into Jan 2018

We opted to stay here as it was the closest campground to Glory of Zion church where we would be attending a conference over New Year’s. Our original plan was one week, but the cold snap that dropped temps into the teens “encouraged” us to stay put a few days longer.

Destiny RV Park appears to be a former KOA (judging by the main building). It also seems to have a lot of looong term “tenants”. However, it is very clean and overall folks overall seem friendly.

Motorhome and Jeep in an RV park campsite
Our site...a prime one.


Spaces were nice with average space in between. We did get blessed with a lovely end spot on the row, so no neighbors outside of our door. Sites are gravel and you may need to do some leveling. They were plenty long for rig + toad. Sites have tables and ours had a grill. Power box was good, but spigot for water was very low to the ground. It had good pressure though. Wi-Fi was overall pretty good too.


The cold has pretty killed off the landscaping for the season, but you can tell it is well cared for and some of the sites have nice shade trees.

Man reading a book at a laundromat
Laundry day. Yes, it was very cold.


There is a laundry room on site as well as small restroom with showers. Propane is available, and they have a decent little store on site as well as playground, a horseshoe area and a pool. There is also a small exercise room and a recreation room that we didn’t check out. And something I did not expect to see…an on-site self-service car and RV wash! f it were considerably warmer, Miss Emmy would have gotten a bath!

Road Noise

While the neighbors are quiet, I-35, the service drive and the nearby construction is not. At least construction knocks off at night.

Would we stay here again? A definite maybe. It did stretch our budget a bit more than we wanted, but you know what they say. It's all about location and Destiny RV is quite close to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. And after all that’s why we chose it…location. Well, that, and full hookups.

It does seem to be a good park for someone who is looking for a base to explore Dallas/Ft. Worth.

This is one of the very few NON-Passport America campgrounds we stayed in.

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