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Close to I-75, and train tracks. Sites are small.

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Women's restroom was being remodeled while we were there. Men's restroom in need of update. Sites extremely narrow. Popular campground because of the shuttle trips to the Grand O'l Opera.

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$2.00 fee for 24 hour wireless connection. Regular sites were a little cramped, but the premium sites were roomy. Not a bad place for an overnight.

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No pop-ups. Located at the edge of a residential area, there are plenty of restaurants and stores nearby. The premium sites are larger than the regualr sites, and include a gas grill. A clean well maintained campground that would make a good base for seeing the sites in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

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A great state park. Would stay there again.

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Cable TV included in rate.

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No pool, but they do have a whirlpool/spa. Individual shower rooms. Complimentary Continental breakfast in clubhouse.

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Spring Special includes continental breakfast. Good restaurant/bar on premises. Dealership has many RVs on display.

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Noise from I-10 can be a problem. Cable included in fee. Free wireless internet.

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Pecan trees shade many sites. Restroom/showers clean but dated.

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Wi-fi for a fee. Exceptionally clean individual restrooms with showers. Narrow concrete padded sites. Fast food restaurants and grocery nearby. RV wash on premeises.

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Daily Charge for cable. Sites narrow (25 ft).

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Paved, level sites. Cable TV included in nightly camping fee.

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38ft. Maximum length. Interior roads narrow. Raised railroad tracks on street to park could be a problem. Cracker Barrel nearby.

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Daily fee for Cable.