For the best RV park near Dallas, TX, drive no further than Mill Creek Ranch Resort in Canton, just one hour east of the DFW area. You’ll find no better RV facilities in Texas. We combine modern amenities like WiFi internet, a fenced dog park and a big screen TV in our RV lodge with everything you expect from an traditional RV park near Dallas, TX – full hook-ups for water, sewer and electric, daily trash pick-ups, picnic tables and a fire ring for roasting hotdogs and making S’mores.
And when you have a fire ring at your disposal, why limit yourself to warming your toes or cooking up the usual campsite goodies? There’s no reason why you can’t make all of your snacks over the fire – it lets you enjoy more of the great outdoors and it’s a lot of fun to get the whole family involved. Many recipes start with heavy-duty foil, so be sure you’ve got it on hand. Then, get ready to cook.
Popcorn Pouches. Take 2 tablespoons of popcorn kernels and 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and put in the middle of an 18-inch square of foil. Pull up the sides and seal the edges, leaving room for the corn to pop. Wrap a piece of string around the top of the pouch and attach it to a stick. Shake over the fire until it pops. You can add your favorite seasonings to the mix like paprika, Old Bay or lemon pepper.
Banana Boats. Cut a long slit in the skins of 4 bananas (like a baked potato). Pour peanut butter chips, chocolate chips or shredded coconut into the opening of the skin then wrap in foil and heat in the fire long enough for the filling to melt and the banana to soften.
Campfire Cheese. Take the mess out of making nacho cheese sauce by placing chopped Velveeta into the center of an 18-inch square of foil. Pull up the sides and seal and place into the smoldering ashes of the fire so it doesn’t burn. After the cheese has melted, peel down the sides to make a bowl and enjoy with your favorite corn chips. If you want a little more upscale snack, try a putting an 8-ounce wheel of Camembert or Brie into the center of the foil and wrap it up. Put it into the smoldering ashes for 10 to 12 minutes. Peel back the edges to form a bowl and dip shreds of crusty bread in for a warm snack.
Nutella and Banana S’mores. This is an easy variation on the usual S’mores recipes. Put Nutella hazelnut spread and banana slices between two peanut butter cookies. Melt a marshmallow over the fire and squish it between the cookies.
Call Mill Creek Ranch Resort to make your reservation at our RV park near Dallas, TX today at (877) 927-3439. And visit us at www.millcreekranchresort.com to find out more about our beautiful RV facilities and amenities.
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Mill Creek Ranch Resort
1880 N Trade Days Blvd
Canton, Texas 75103