Date of Stay: December, 2009
We stayed here for two months in Dec/Jan of 2009/10, in one of the deluxe sites for $675 a month. Overall, it is a nice place, and pretty noise free at night. It is a older park, and some of the sites are pretty tough to get into. We witnessed several folks struggling to get into a space. The sites are gravel with a small concrete patio. The recreational facilities are very nice. The three pools are kept at 86 degrees, and felt like swimming in a bath tub. The three hot tubs are kept at 90, 100, and 105 degrees. The fitness center was the best we have ever seen, with plenty of equipment, all in good shape. The billiards room had 8-10 tables, with great lighting. The Wi-Fi is provided by Tengo Internet, and was very spotty. We got a very low signal at our site, and had to go to the library to get anything done! Electric rates are high here, and start at 13 cents per KWH for the first 321 KWH, it increases to 26 cents per KWH for anything above 670 KWH. For those with dogs, the park has three areas for dogs that are pretty small, and no fenced in area for them to exercise. There is a nice dog park within a mile of the resort. Shopping is very nice in Hemet, and we found that groceries were priced well below what we were expecting. There is a WinCo Food store withing a block of the park, which had everything we needed for food. A Super Walmart is located a few miles away. It gets pretty cold here at night, with temps dropping down to freezing almost every night. It warms up quickly during the day to mid 60s. Overall, I would stay here again, but would be a bit more selective on a site that gets better Internet, and a little more morning sun.
Date of Stay: November, 2009
This is a decent park for a overnight stay, but I would not want to be here any longer. Large overnight parking, and very large roads, made it easy to park our 40' motorhome and car. Located right on the strip in Quartzsite, close to all the flea markets. The downside is the dust, due to the unpaved roads and sites. We had to keep the windows closed in order to keep the interior clean. The on-site car wash was the best we have seen, and saved us $10 on a car wash. We would stay here again for a overnight.
Date of Stay: November, 2009
This one of the nicer RV parks that we have stayed in. Very clean, level, long parking spots. No trouble parking a 40' motorhome. Overnight and weekly pull throughs are paved. Monthly sites are large gravel. Wi-Fi is through Tengo, and worked fine. Would have been nice to see free Wi-Fi. Located near shopping, hospital, and Super Wal-Mart. Train noise is very loud, but not that much of a distraction. Staff was the best we have ever seen. Very helpful, and always there to answer questions. Park residents were also the friendliest we have ever encountered. Pets are welcome, and there are two dog runs. Cable TV is pretty limited with only 13 channels, but every site has a clear view for satellite. We will stay here again.
Date of Stay: November, 2009
This is one of the nicest RV parks we have ever stayed at, in 10 years. The rate relates the monthly rate of $350, which includes 50A electric. The park is easy to navigate, and has more concrete than most airports. The layout is great for big rigs. Sites are angled properly, and the roads are wide. My only complaint is that the sites are pretty close together, and the dumpsters are quite a walk. As a resident of the RV park, you have access to the Choctaw fitness center. The WiFi was flawless, even though we were quite a distance from the office. We may stay an extra month!
Date of Stay: October, 2007
Relatively new RV park located right next to the casino. At the entrance to the casino, bear left, and follow the blue signs to the RV park. It is located south of the casino. The sites are all paved, and very level. Hookups are well thought out, and easy to use. 99 cable channels are available and very complete. A shuttle will pick you up at your RV, and drop you at the casino, if it is raining, or you don't want to walk. The back in sites offer a little more privacy, and the sites are angled properly to allow the driver to see what they are backing into. Park is noise free at all times, and very peaceful. When you check in, you are given hotel card keys, to access the pool and fitness room, located in the hotel/casino. WiFi was a bit weak at times, but we never had problems connecting. This is a great park to use as a home base for the fall color tours.
Date of Stay: December, 2006
We have been to a lot of RV parks in Texas, and this one rates as the best. It is a new park that caters to winter Texan's. It is located near the Rio Grande River and is VERY quiet at night. No road traffic at all. The sites at all easy to get into, and very spacious. The park has scheduled activities every day, and there is plenty to keep you busy. Our favorite was the Margarita happy hour on Weds. The pool was clean and very warm. The fitness room is open 24/7 and spotless. It even had two satellite TV's to watch while exercising. It is a gated park with the gate locked at 6 PM. You use a key code to enter after six. Makes you feel very secure. This is a park that caters to the 55 and above crowd, and there is not much to do for kids. If we decide to winter in the Rio Grande Valley, this will be the park we choose. It was about 90% full when we were there.
Date of Stay: December, 2005
This is a great RV resort. Roads are all paved and sites are very large and very flat. Indoor swimming pool and spa are great. Sites near the highway are a little noisy, but the sites at the rear of the resort are very quiet. Super Walmart is less than a mile away. These folks put a lot of money into this resort, and it shows. The weekly and monthly rates are some of the best in central Texas. WiFi was the best I have ever seen, and was free.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
One of the better RV parks in the state. Fairly new with super long sites. Park sits above the golf course with wonderful views, and above the bugs. The only complaint is the mud. The sites don't have much grass yet, so when they water or it rains, the sites become a mess.
Date of Stay: April, 2005
Pretty nice campground for the price of $7/night on weekdays with a coupon. No shade, but nice and close to the casino. Very secure with card access. Very quiet. Make sure that you buy your groceries prior to arrving, because there are no stores near by. Free shuttle to the casino comes by every 30 minutes. WiFi did not work reliably while we were there.