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We stopped here because it is a Passport America park. It is adequate for an overnight, but the site we were in didn't have a water connection (??). The young lady in the office offered a green garden hose hooked to a sprinkler... um, no thanks. The cable works, the 30 amp electric works, the "80 foot site" has us hanging out on either end (we are 62' long). Looking around, it seems that we are the only ones who aren't permanent residents here. We did see one other RV pull in, pick a site, then pull back out. It isn't "scary", it just doesn't seem to be what I think of as an "RV park." I saw that several other reviewers said it is "OK for a night." That seems to be code for: if it wasn't for the Passport rate, I wouldn't be here (myself included). It isn't awful, it just is a place for more permanent renters. We don't mind train noise, but the tracks are right across the road from this place (not quiet).

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Looking at some of the other reviews, I had to wonder if we stayed in the same park. The two ladies at the desk were mostly indifferent. One escorted us to our site... when I pointed out the leaking water connection, she shrugged her shoulders. The "grassy" area between sites is mostly weeds; on the bright side, they were trimmed. The cable TV required their remote - they didn't tell us you had to point it at the utility box to get it to work. The sites are long and reasonably level - not much gravel left, so mostly dirt; fortunately it did not rain the night we were there. The sites are close together; another motorhome pulled in next to us - the guy put out a chair to watch his exterior TV and was right under our dinette window... smoking a nasty smelling cigar. Now, I understand that a less than considerate neighbor isn't the campground's fault - just pointing out that the sites are close together. It was OK for an overnight, but not worth the price. If you happen to be here during the time they take Passport America (we were one day early), it would be more acceptable.

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Interior roads are tight. We had a pull-through that was plenty long for our motorhome and toad. Sites are close together.

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For full disclosure, we have been members here since the early 90s. We no longer live in the area, and haven't been here in over a year. This is the park that we measure all other parks by - it is a true RESORT, with all the amenities that implies. The sites are large (most are double wide concrete pads) with a sizeable grassy area between - it does not feel crowded, even when the park is full. We came to this area this trip BECAUSE of Hart Ranch. Love this place!

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Long sites, great utility placement, level. The gentleman checking us in (Peter) was helpful and a great sense of humor. Nice grassy areas between the gravel sites. Very well kept-up.

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Small park - we looked at it on Google Earth - it looked better from an aerial view than actually being there. Gravel site; we are fairly long, and the site they gave us was towards the back and not remotely level. Plenty of road noise from I-90. We were just looking for a place for an over-night and it was adequate. My feeling is it is over-priced for what you get.

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We spent 3 nights here, so we could explore the area. Nice park. The sites are a bit snug (the gravel parking area), but well kept. Good utility placement, nice pool/hot tub. The ladies at the desk were delightful.

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This is a small park - I would consider it to be more of a campground than an RV park, since the amenities are few. Close enough to the highway that you do get road noise. Most of the sites are back-in. Heavily wooded, so no chance to get satellite TV; on the powered antenna, we were able to get 3 channels... all PBS. The nearby alpine village of Leavenworth is why we stopped here - lots of restaurants and shops (you will need to drive to town). Friendly lady at the office. Our site was one of the longer ones in the park, but needed blocks under the front wheels to get level, even with jacks.

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Beautiful park, nicely laid out. Some back-in sites, but many long pull through sites. Beautifully manicured grass and landscaping between the sites, paved patio with a very nice picnic table/bench. The office staff and those who escort you to your site are very friendly. Everything about this resort is first class.

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This park is one of our favorites! Long paved sites with well kept grassy areas between each site. Great pool and hot tub. VERY friendly staff, they escort you to your site. The park gets a 10/10/9.5 GS rating, but deserves all 10s.

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This is a small RV park connected with a small hotel and casino. Nothing fancy, but it is a decent stop for the night. The only gripe I have is the road that runs right alongside the RV sites is gravel and gets quite a bit of traffic... making for a LOT of dust. There are pull-though sites in the middle (8 or 9) and small back-in sites on either side of that. Not particularly level. You check in at the front desk of the hotel, after you pick a site (no reservations, first come - first gets for sites).

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The sites are close together. Seems to be a good number of people living here. Typical west Texas gravel and dusty. Adequate for an overnight.

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The park was less than 10% occupied during our stay (5 nights). The sites in "the front" are large. We were put in the pull-through area way to the back, because we have a cargo trailer behind our coach (we did not request a pull-through site). Those sites are long, but VERY narrow. Fortunately, there wasn't another RV next to us - had there been, we would not have been able to put the awning out (the sites are that close). There are some small trees at these sites - it appears their only function is to be in the way of slideouts; they provide no shade. The streets are paved, the sites are gravel. A very small concrete patio. No cable, but you can get TV reception on the antenna. At check-in, the lady in the office was mostly indifferent - until the discussion of the cargo trailer: "Those are not allowed in the park, except in the pull-through area in back." A ridiculous rule, considering we saw sheds (that didn't look as nice as our cargo trailer), freezers outside, rigs with temporary dog fences. I had read other reviews about the management and "arbitrary" policies. I felt that same way, too. Dusty. Road noise from the Interstate.

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Nice office staff. The pull-through area for overnighters is typical desert: a gravel parking lot. The first site we pulled into had an open ground for the electric connection; the nice lady at the office told us she would get someone out as soon as possible, but moved us to a different site. There is some noise from the Interstate and trains, but it wasn't obtrusive. There seemed to be a good number of sites that were occupied by people living here, but it wasn't creepy feeling (as some can be). It is a decent stop for an overnight.

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Interesting location - right on the Guadalupe River, but almost under I-35. The park is clean, with very nice concrete sites. Excellent utility hookups. Friendly staff. But, the highway noise is horrendous. Fortunately for us, it was hot and the a/c in the motorhome helped drown out the road noise. Understanding the noise level, I would stay here again when passing through the area.