Date of Stay: February, 2017
I did not camp here this time. This rv park is now named Sleeping Lady RV Park and is a nice looking place. It is also very convenient to shopping in Del Rio about 6 miles away. I based my review on an onsite examination for future stays. Recommended.
Date of Stay: September, 2016
This park is closed and being sold off as riverfront lots.
Date of Stay: January, 2015
A friend of mine was told a couple of days ago that this very nice park is closing in March of 2015 so they would not be able to let him in for a long term stay.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
The parking is on good concrete pads. The utilities worked well. The wi-fi worked reasonably well. It is a nice place to stay especially if you like to play loud outside music to all hours of the night. Tie your pet outside to bark at everything that moves. And laundry was good. The location is very convenient to going places since it is very near the loop around Aransas Pass. The maintenance is kept up very well.
Date of Stay: January, 2013
Broke Mill was a great place to spend January. The sites are well spaced apart. The facilities are kept immaculate. The Thursday night dinner is good and the music is well done. The only minor drawback is the road noise during the day from hwy 90. By 9pm it was over with, and did not bother my sleeping anytime. The owner is present frequently. He and all the staff are very pleasant and agreeable. This has a great chance of being my home again next December and January.
Date of Stay: December, 2012
I did not camp here this time. On Dec.12 the campground had many campers there camping. It apparently is now open again. It used to be my preference in Del Rio before it closed.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
No facilities for kids, laundry,rec hall, restrooms or showers. This is for self contained units only. The pads are dirt/rock and well done. The family that owns the campground is very friendly and peaceful. It is close to shopping, restaurants and fishing. Yes we will return again.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
The roads are dirt that makes dust whenever they are not mud from rain. The previous reviews have the rest of the park described well. However some surprise news hit me. After having to wake up the snoring office clerk, he proceeded to speak to me like I was an idiot for asking about the advertised monthly rate. He very curtly told me that they have so much business that they do not need do monthly rentals now. After my polite departure, it was interesting that there were over twenty empty sites just in the front part of the campground.
Date of Stay: February, 2011
Most of the sites are sand or grass. Bring your own leveling blocks. Be prepared for lots of grass burrs. The park appears to be in a state of deferred maintenance since last year. Area is in a rundown part of Rockport.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
A very good campground in an adequate town. The best campground in any of the towns around. I will stay here again. A very comfortable place.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
Minimally adequate. Premium price for third class physical facilities. The best in Surfside but still not recommended. Apologies and excuses do not make up for inadequate service.
Date of Stay: October, 2009
Excellent for the two weeks I spent there. Two minutes from I-10 to your site. Some shade. Large pull-throughs. Highly recommend. Not a destination resort, but first class place to stay to visit the area.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
According to the website this is closed to camping now.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
Dirt and loose rock roads that become mud/muck when it rained a little. Not allowed to rinse the mud off with campground water. The mowing pelted the truck and trailer with rocks. Good concrete pad for the trailer to sit on. Truck parked in the mud. The wonderful sound of large industrial diesels all day and night. Very easy to find. Tight roads for getting into/ out of site. Good space between sites. Overall experience undesirable but safe.
Date of Stay: April, 2009
On 181 just north of town. Luella runs a very comfortable RV park. Nice walking trail in the city park.