Date of Stay: February, 2015
My wife and I spent the winter at TTRV, five months. It was our seventh year visiting and it had changed. We heard terrible rumors of mismanagement and the place was falling apart. I am not big on rumors so I called and talked with management and they assured me it was all rumor from some unhappy people. To be sure, we took a space paying for only a week, to make judgment ourselves. We found the new people very friendly, the staff very helpful and the grounds up to par. So we stayed for the winter and enjoyed ourselves. I do have a negative aspect to tell. The technology was very, very poor. The management has put up new WiFi towers - however they did not work and it seemed no one on staff knew anything about correcting the problem. The next technology was cable TV, it was terrible, so snowy one could not comprehend the programming. Management during the entire five months kept telling every one parts are on order and the system will be up and running soon. TTRV advertisement states free WiFi and free Cable TV. That is not the case when we stayed in the park. When I searched other parks in the area the monthly rate was much lower than TTRV without WiFi and Cable. Costs is a important issue, so when a park say they include WiFi, cable, water and sewer in the monthly rate I figure I can suspend my cable and WiFi and save dollars. Not the case at TTRV. We stay in a 39 ft motor home.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
We have been here for a visit the past 3 yrs and each year we notice a lack of interest by mgmt to update and keep clean. Some seasonal residents have turned areas into tacky town and the restrooms and showers are terrible.Cobwebs,bugs(live and dead),dirt and rusty looking fixtures are the scene in restrooms and bathhouse. I for one would not use it. On the brighter side the owner is friendly, keeps a natural setting, good spacing between sites, a great place for kids to spend a day camping and its basically quiet
Date of Stay: April, 2009
I have been on the road full time for three years. Having read the previous reviews on Lazy K I was most careful in reading his Rules and Regulations. We wanted to stay a week but were cautious. The owner’s rules are emphatic; they are most strict. Violation results in rejection without recourse to advanced payment. When his staff could not answer a question the owner was summoned and entered the office like a bull in a china shop, standing with hands on hip, prepared to do battle saying in loud voice “Just what is the problem here?” I caution all to understand the owners' rules because if you so much as use a container of water to remove bugs from wind shield - eviction. After all, he has to pay 29 cents a gallon for that water. I feel the owner lacks people skills. We departed quickly after meeting the owner.
Date of Stay: February, 2009
We have been to this park for the past three years and can'y say enough about it.The staff are friendly and helpful, the sites are large, the view is terrific and the hot tub is great. We will return again and again
Date of Stay: January, 2009
Relatively new park just off the highway with big open sites, friendly and helpful staff, and great fishing just down the road. Night traffic very light after dark, beautiful sunsets over Mexico. Very nice place to stop for a few days and enjoy desert country.