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The rate reflects a "rally rate." We were surprisingly impressed with this park, which appears to be pretty well maintained. The sites were far enough apart to get slides out, with some space between rigs. We had just enough room to park our tow vehicle in front of our rig, sideways. Not all had shade, however. The staff in the office were pleasant and helpful. The clubhouse was amazing -- catering to "winter Texans" with a huge activity room, indoor pool, laundry with 10 washers and 10 dryers, large library, billiard room with 3 pool tables, and a snack bar open in winter. The only big drawback, in my opinion, is that they have no WiFi except in the clubhouse. The location of the park is great-- close to everything yet off a main highway. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a most interestingly-run park. It's self-service. There is nobody in the office (at least at any time during our 5-day stay) and a phone call gets an answering machine, although once a lady did answer. There is a box outside the office for you to take a form, fill it out, and put it with a check (no credit cards) in an envelope, then deposit it in a slit in the box. So if you don't have any questions or need help or recommendations for local restaurants, shops, hospitals, repair shops, etc. I guess that's fine. There are also signs throughout the park and club house indicating there is a problem with theft and to lock up your belongings. While we were here, one man said his water regulator was stolen overnight. And signs in the restrooms say do not make a mess because there is nobody to clean the restrooms. Just a different kind of place. The park itself is nice, several shade trees and wide sites. It's right on an Interstate hwy., but noise was not a problem inside the rig with our A/C running. Convenient location between San Marcos (Outlet Malls) and New Braunfels (Camping World). 50 amp electric service is sometimes questionable.

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I agree with "Sally" about the laughable Premium sites. I thought ours was worse than most others - no shade, gravel, back-in instead of pull-through, and about 3 feet from our neighbors. It was OK for us since we spent most of our time away from the RV park and didn't use any of their amenities. The entire area was covered in sticker-burrs so watch out if you have a dog. Wi-Fi was non-existent and we were told by a nearby permanent resident that they advertise it but it had never worked in the many months he had lived there. Part of the low rating is because of the rude lady in the office, so others may have a different experience. We will never go back.

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We stayed here in 2006 and couldn't wait to get back...and it's just as nice as we remembered it. We stayed here a week while we explored the Smoky Mountains area. The folks at the park were all friendly and helpful. We didn't stay by the creek because we used Passport America, but we could walk over the bridge and enjoy it -- there were picnic tables in the trees. We love everything about this park and hope to return soon.

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We stayed here in the rain and during the week in April, so didn't see the kids running around as noted in other posts. We were close to the back and it was quiet. We stayed here to visit Cumberland Falls, so didn't use the bath houses or any other amenities. The little mill/museum was flooded so we didn't see it either. We did have to wait for someone to come to the "office" to check us in.

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We really enjoyed this park, but after exploring it, think we had one of the best sites. We were in the "new" section. The roads were narrow and winding, but we were near the entrance so didn't have to weave our way between the trees. We were away from the playground and pavilion area. It's a state park, thus devoid of a lot of upscale amenities that we don't use anyway. Decent Wi-Fi was a pleasant surprise. We would stay here again if we could get a site in the same area.

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This was a hard one to rate. We only spent one night, sandwiched between Interstate-10 and a very busy, very nearby railroad track. Didn't sleep at all. But our site was a nice, level pull-thru with a shade tree. The lady in the office and her husband were delightful and helpful. We didn't use the shower, but I'd bet it was clean. If the railroad noise isn't a problem, this would be a nice stop. This was the most expensive campground we stayed at on a 6-week trip and it was not worth it.

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We stayed here twice -- for 3 nights traveling east, then again for 1 night returning west. Both times we had nice, level, pull-through concrete sites. We did not hear highway noise inside our rig. The first time, the grass was very high and the grounds seemed rather unkept -- this was before the rains which made our last stay quite soggy (not their fault). We did not use the pool, dog run, showers, playground, etc. so cannot comment. The breakfast was great -- biscuits & gravy, pastries, waffles, cereal, juice, coffee -- all replenished by a very nice lady. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10 is the "come-and-go" Wi-Fi which surprised us since we were very close to the office and antenna. We would definitely stay here again.

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The owners must have looked long and hard to find such rude, obnoxious managers. The sites are very close together and only a few have shade. Our site was pretty level though. During our stay, they had a power problem (overload?) and it blew the electrical systems in three RVs. Their attitude was "stuff happens." The swimming pool looked nice and clean, although we didn't use it. The best thing here is the location in the middle of Bandera. We will never stay here again, since there's a lovely park at the other end of town.

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We love this park! Returned for a few days because we remembered it from passing through in 2007. Well-maintained grounds, large, shady sites with picnic tables. Beautiful view of the river where we watched tugboats and barges going through the locks. We were on the side away from the playground and didn't use the restrooms or showers so can't comment on those. Can't rate a "10" because there's no sewer or Wi-Fi.

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This is a delightful little park. We stayed here four nights and would definitely return. Very friendly, helpful hosts. Pretty little pond, well-kept grounds, picnic tables, some shade, pretty level sites. Laundry is small, but adequate. Didn't use restrooms/showers. Pretty quiet.

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The incessant beeping of the trucks at the cement factory next door, is a HUGE negative here! Highway noise and the train are "normal" sounds, but the loud beeping is not. Earplugs do not help. Don't know about a white noise machine. Wish I'd had one. The park itself is lovely with large, level sites, nice landscaping, and clean showers.

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One night is not enough here! Magnificent views, as already mentioned. Small, quiet. I'm not sure families would enjoy it, as there is no pool, playground, etc. But I'd like to reply to the poster who said the W-iFi was a rip-off and only allowed 10 minutes, not so! Wi-Fi is free and we got a good signal the night we were there. They do charge $19.95 if you rent a site by the month. We would definitely stay here again -- in fact, I don't want to leave now.

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The resort was designed to include all the amenities: swimming pool, horseshoe pits, playground, clubhouse, showers, etc. But if you don't use those (as we don't), it's a paved parking lot with no shade and very tight sites. Our paved site wasn't even level. You must park your tow vehicle less than a foot from the door to your rig, so putting the awning out is impossible. It is located between two freeways and an enormous refinery: so it's very noisy and smelly. But it's the nearest RV park to Salt Lake City, except for a KOA.

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We loved this place! It's a 10 in our book, but if you're looking for restrooms, showers, a pool, playground, etc. this is NOT the place for you. There are only 7 sites, all on the river (and 8 rooms in the lodge), so it's quiet and peaceful except for the highway traffic noise. The owners are fantastic. We would come here often if we lived nearer, and we didn't want to leave.