Date of Stay:
November, 2010 -
So nice to see a clean park with easy access right off I-10 after a long day of driving with pull- thru sites. As this is a new park they did it right for big rigs. They could see I was tired and got me to my site where we got a good nights sleep. Will stop here again. We camped at Hidden Lake RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
Great level pull through sites. Cable, pool, and my favorite, quiet. I am an older light sleeper. My wife swam in the clean pool while I sat in a chair playing my guitar. Does it get any better? We camped at Area's Finest Country View Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
February, 2009 -
This is a destination RV park for people escaping northern winters. The first time I came here & they showed me the small space I was to back my 35 foot motor home I was not to pleased. Now every year I ask for that small space. There are at least one thousand spots here for RV’s. First year we stayed 1 week, then 1 month, now 4 months. The activities here are to many to mention. The entertainment provided is fantastic! They hire some of the best from all the entertainers that come down to the Rio Grande valley from Branson and other places for the winter. We only have to walk 500 feet to the great big recreation hall on Sunday for the free shows. (They have a larger dance hall 500 feet the other way) with all kinds of big name shows which you pay usually 5 dollars for.) They have a complete woodworking shop with dust vacuums , Lapidary shop, Silver shop, A train on wheels you can take free sunset rides on. It was awarded best Xmas lights this year by the City of San Benito. As for the mud hole write up, It almost never rains in the valley. In the 4 months I have been here this year, there were 3 days of light rain. The year the above folks referred to an unusual rain pattern (worst in 20 years) hit the complete valley! Yes, it was a mess. They also had hurricane Dolly this summer. We got a new Music room out of it. I play guitar. They did a wonderful job cleaning it up. So many folks volunteer here, my wife teaches a stretch class, others teach art classes. There is a large motorcycle club, Ham radio club, Genealogy club, writers club, card games of all kinds, things to see & do in the area. This is not a place to stay for one night as you can never appreciate it in one day. Yes, it is an old park. So many Midwestern folks come down here for the winter & they seem to be the nicest folks I have ever met, not like me, an obnoxious Yankee! If we could sell our home, would stay here 6 months. We camped at Fun-N-Sun RV Resort in a Motorhome.