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Lone Star Lakes RV Park, New Caney, Texas

Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $25.00
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I stayed for a whole month in November. I looked around and looked everywhere. I am a normal camper with a modest travel trailer and truck. I found this campground to be very nice and the people (owners) are even nicer. They work hard to maintain the areas and I really enjoyed the laundry, folding tables, irons and boards they had. You can tell a lot of thought goes into the services they offer. I was in a spot where I could see the lake and close to the bathrooms/showers which are clean and nice as well. The one and only issue I had while there was some slow down with the Internet service. It was caused by the service provider not giving them the best equipment and it got so much better toward the end of the stay. I did write to them and give them some feedback on a few things but they were so small, I will not mention them. I am a believer in reviews for the rest of you to make a choice and this park is a good choice for short or long term. The people that stay there are down to earth and real. Not stuffy and this is what I like. Many people came by to welcome me and ask if I needed any help setting up. It's amazing there are still some people out there like this. The park host was next door and helpful as well. I have seen some other reviews that were just OK and felt the need to tell the truth. I also looked at some other parks in the area and chose this one for service, options and the friendly welcome every day. We camped at Lone Star Lakes RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 2
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Forest Retreat RV Park, New Caney, Texas

Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $29.00
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Park was nice, but there were some obvious uppity people here. I guess since my pusher was more than 10 years old with 17,000 miles, and looks like I just drove it off the floor from the showroom they were a bit choosy on who they let in the park. I was not thrilled about this at all. Upon getting to the park, I noticed that this is only for those that want to show off and "keep up with the jones" attitude from others that were there long term. Not my idea of camping or having a good time with neighbors and new friends. I would only stay a night passing through at best. Give me a more friendly park and somewhere I don't have to feel like I need to be a millionaire to stay any day. While the park is ok with kids, I would not say the same for some of the guest. Nice park if you like concrete and electric boxes. No trees except the ones that were recently planted. We camped at Forest Retreat RV Park in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 2
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Bristol / Kingsport KOA, Blountville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $24.00
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I stayed at this park on the way to Georgia for a few days. It was ok. Not the best of service avail with showers and bath as they were not maintained as well as they could have been. Also, there were some areas that had broken fire rings on the ground, and less than stellar wi fi service. I tried to get some help with it, and they never could answer my questions. For the tech oriented people, they could not tell me the server names needed for my email service. Also, at the end of the stay, they appeared full, and I was visited by someone in the park way before my check out time. I was getting things ready to go, and they asked me to hurry up since they had someone waiting to get in and I needed to leave. I felt my stay was over, they had my money and wanted to rush me out of there. I will not stay there again and will look for some other choice next time in the area. There was a good sam park before you get there I may try next time. I have stopped planning my trip based on KOA guide. We camped at Bristol / Kingsport KOA in a Travel Trailer.

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