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This is a very nice country RV park. It's a great place to stay for the night. The spaces are level and easy to navigate. The people we dealt with were very friendly and helpful. The park was clean and well kept. Given the opportunity, we will stay here again.

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We had to be in Memphis, and because of the flooding we could not camp at our preferred campground. The staff were friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are very shaded so there is no satellite reception. The one row of sites where satellite reception is possible comes at a premium. Antenna reception is very weak, and they do not offer any cable TV hookups. The meals offered at their cafe were over priced for the serving size. The campground is at least 20 minutes from Memphis, and should not try to cash in on that city's popularity. It is a nice campground, but their rates are way out of line for what you get.

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The office staff were nice. But the discounted rate of $27 was a bit high, in my opinion. My space was in the trees, had no cable, could not get satellite reception, and only one channel would come in with the antenna. From what I saw, the pull through sites were very close together. They also permit dogs to be left out unattended. This is a clean park, but for the services they offer the price should be in the $20 area. I've camped over the last 3 weeks in three different states, and the $27 seems to be the standard rate with more services to offer. I would have changed parks, but my vehicle was being serviced.

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We camped here, overnight, several years ago, and wanted to come back to spend more time. Our level pull-through site was 20 yards from the Mississippi River. The park offers sites that are set up to allow the back end of the RV to face the river. Great for those with a rear living area and picture window. The roads are a bit rough, but it's the end of winter and they are working on them. The staff is friendly with a wealth of information about the area. There is easy access to either I-40 or I-55. It is a short drive over the river to Memphis, TN. I enjoyed my week here, and will return. They do offer discount rates for weekly and monthly stays.

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This is a very nice place to stop for the night, and it's right off of the interstate. It could also be used to stay while making day trips into Hot Springs. The on-site management is very friendly. They will drive you to your site, and make sure you're happy with it. They sell propane, and will pick up and return your bottles. The park has nice trees, but not so many as to block out your roof-top satellite. I did not notice any highway noise at all. The spaces were nice, level, and wide enough so you weren't up against your neighbor. The park is close to fuel stations, and eateries. I'd stay here again.

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As previously stated, the website's photos are very misleading. The concrete strips make for an effort to get your tires onto both strips. The park is a barren, gravel parking lot. There is no onsite staff, and the bathroom/shower looks iffy. I can't address the wi-fi because I couldn't connect, and I was 20 yds away from the tower. I told the manager this when she showed up, and she said that I should have pressed the red reset button on the side of the office building. I don't push unlabeled red buttons. I have rerouted my return trip home to avoid Crockett, as I will not stay here again.

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This park is owned and operated by the city of San Saba, TX. San Saba is located at the intersection of US Hwy 190 and TX Hwy 16. It is located north of Llano and west of Lampasas. It is adjacent to their municipal 18 hole golf course. Park your rig and register at the golf pro shop. San Saba is the pecan capital of Texas [their claim]. The back-in spaces have giant pecan trees to provide shade. The pull thrus have no trees; which is nice for satellite reception. Gravel roads, but the slots are concrete. The bathroom and laundry facilities are in a building that is brand new. This is a very nice city park that has the San Saba river running behind the back in spaces. The City plans to improve the park to include providing better access to the river for fishing. If you like to play golf the course is a nice country country course. The fairways are lined with pecan trees that give the course a challenge to all players. I started on the back nine because the fairways were a bit more open, and that gave me the time to warm up for the front nine. 18 holes will cost $28 with a cart or $15 if you walk. The price was great, and I played there twice. I camped there for 4 nights and really enjoyed it. It is a quiet place away from the highway, and the stars are as big as buttons. There is not much for children to do, so parents should be creative. I do plan to return.

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This is by no means a resort park. This is an old park that hasn't seen an upgrade this century. The spaces are narrow and short, but they are not jammed together. It is nicely landscaped, but the restrooms and showers were dirty the two days I checked to see if I would use them. The office staff was friendly, but the overnight guy should not be allowed to get close to the public. He was very rude and insulting. They had no Wi-Fi service, even though they claimed to. The extra charge for dogs was horrible since all of the permanents left their dogs tied up all day outside their RV. If they would have refunded my money I would have gone somewhere else, and I asked. This park may have been nice at one time, but it no longer is worth the exorbitant prices they charge, and it is more joke than resort.

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The park was clean, and that's really about it. The roads are narrow, and the spaces are very narrow. Neighbors awning was literally inches away from my trailer. The route for RV's to exit is not marked, and this caused some real problems for motorhomes. I had to ask a neighbor to move his vehicle so I would have enough swing room to exit the space. The advertised free Wi-Fi was out the entire stay (3 nights). I would not stay here again. There are nicer and roomier parks in the near-by area. A big disappointment.

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An older, but very well maintained park. Roads are narrow and windy, but was not a problem for us (our trailer is 34ft). The cable TV was clear, and the wi-fi signal was strong in the back of the park. Free wi-fi was a big plus. Nestled amongst pondrosa pine trees made for very cool camping. I enjoyed hearing the wind go through the pines and aspens, very relaxing. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. A very nice place to stay, and will do so again.

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Family owned park, and they were very nice and helpful. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. Our row parked in alternate directions, so we opened out towards our neighbors table. I would have preferred dirt to gravel, but it is in the desert and the wind picks up. The dog walk area was fenced off, and was gravel as well. The park is very well maintained, and the people helpful and friendly. I will stay here again.

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The park is old, and not well maintained. It's a place to stay on the way to somewhere else. The person who helped me was very polite and courteous.

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We have stayed here at least twice a year for the past 7 years. We have always enjoyed our stay, and would always recommend it until now. I arrived at the park at 1:00 PM and went to check in. An employee told me that check in was 2:00 and I would be charged a $2 early arrival fee. I told her I'd wait and check in at 2, and went back outside. This was the first time this had ever happened. I walked down to look at the sites, and they were less than 1/2 full. I went back in at 2:00 to check in, and asked why she had wanted to charge me an early fee when the park was so empty, including the space she was sending me to. All she said was that those were the rules. She then proceeded to give me a coupon for 20% off of my next stay. It's a nice park, but I won't stay again.

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This is a nice place to stay while touring the Davis Mountains. This is a working ranch so there may be some ranch odors, if the wind is in your direction. The swimming pool is covered and very nice. I did need to come to the office for the wifi, but I could work in the office area any time of day. The staff is friendly and helpful. No meals were available because they didn't have that many peple staying on the ranch at the time we were here. I will stay again when I'm in the area.

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This is a nice, country park for the traveler who desires the peace and quiet of the country. The park is just off of the highway, but parking in the back there is no road noise. The spaces in the front will require leveling, but the back spaces are level. Roads are gravel, but maintained. This is a no frills park. So, if you just have to read your email daily you should keep driving. The satellite reception is great, and you can receive network broadcasts from Houston with an antenna. The park manager is nice and friendly. He is not on site constantly so you pay when he's around. I stayed a week while visiting relatives in Spring, TX and had a nice relaxing time. There is a nice golf course next door, and the green fees are very reasonable. I'll stay there again.