Date of Stay: April, 2007
We originally reserved for 3 nights enroute to north Houston area to visit a nephew. Being Passport America members we did receive the discount although the price was higher than the latest Passport America book indicated. After the first night, we found out that our nephew, being a commercial pilot would have to fly the day we intended to arrive. This parks no refund policy is very strict. We would advise all rv'ers to reserve nightly unless absolutely sure of the length of their stay. The sites are very narrow, but the plus side is they are paved and clean. Will not return because they don't understand they are in the rv park business and we rv'ers are always on the move. Management would be better suited for a mobile home park.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
We arrived at Pauls Rv Park in late August of 2006 for an extended stay of 6 plus months. Our stay lasted 7 months. The park is a mix of full time park models/mobile homes and rv'ers. The permanent residents are wonderful. They were there to invite us to all the functions, which are numerous. We had a wonderful stay there with all the parties, dances, exercises, crafts, golf scrambles, bingo, cards etc.. The draw backs are that some sites are very difficult to enter and exit. The sewer system needs complete repair as the sewer scent is obvious and obnoxious. The park has undergone change in management a couple of times the past few years. The advertised free wi-fi was down more than up. It was still the same when we left in April. If you can live with the downfalls this is a fun park. You will be tired after an extended stay.