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Nice clean park. Hot tub was great. Our pull-through site was short and we had to unhook. Site was steep, front to back.

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Great place to spend the night. We were headed west and it was getting late. Glad we found a safe, clean place. It was self-check-in but the owner was on site. Nice long sites and the grass was freshly mowed.

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Friendly staff, easy check in. Close back to back sites. Expensive.

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Stopped in on a Thursday night and got the Passport America rate. The rate is not available on Friday or Saturday and only for back-in sites. Very nice place.

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New RV park along Highway 59 located behind the Exxon gas station. Concrete roads with concrete pads. Grass between sites. Wi-Fi was good. No cable TV. Restaurant in front of park.

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The forest fire missed all of South Fork and the entire town and this RV park are open for business. This campground has some monthly sites available for about $15 per night. The bathroom and shower houses have been completely remodeled and are great. The park hosts are the nicest people. Evenings are cool and the daytime temps are about 75 degrees. Many fishing areas and four-wheeler trails are open.

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This is just a place along the Interstate that is OK for the night. We pulled to get out of the thunderstorm weather. This is an expensive site just for gravel with water and power. No cable, no nothing.

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Nice place for a overnight stop. We also ate at the café. This is where you check in. The owner came by in the morning and left a thank you card on the truck.

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Nice park, friendly staff, very dog friendly. Gravel roads, nice fishing lake, but expensive. Good location.

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Safe place to stay for a one-night stop. As others have mentioned, an asphalt parking area with a privacy fence at the end of a mobile home park. We would stay again when in the area.

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Nice park. They had our reservation correct. The site had dog waste in a few places, the fire pit was half full of burned wood and the barbeque pit had ashes in it. It would be nice if someone cleaned up the site between use.

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Paid $14 using Passport America. About a mile off the interstate so it was quiet. There is some kind of work site located next to the campground that has heavy equipment that stated working at 5:30 a.m. I guess this is not much different than train noise or Interstate noise. We did use the laundry room and were happy they had one.

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We stayed for the winter and enjoyed the park. The front part of the park is for RV's and they have 30 and 50 amp service with gravel for the RV and a concrete patio area for your awning and vehicle. There is a Winter-Texan room for activities. Security was excellent. The hosts are on site full time, and there is a gate and security cameras. They have a wonderful camp dog named Tucker. Many of the Winter Texans are involved in a variety of ministry work both in South Texas and Mexico.

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Right off the highway for easy access. Road noise was minimal. Office people were very pleasant. Site was quite satisfactory. Price was good.

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RV park is located in the city next to all you need. Walmart, places to eat, auto parts store, etc. The RV park has lots of trees which gave the place a nice feel. The park is 80 percent permanent residents but they were all nice and the place is not a mess. Check-in was easy and the staff was pleasant. We used the park as a place to stay while seeing the tourist sites. The park is small and there was lots of morning noise while people went to work.