Date of Stay:
June, 2005 -
Tthe roads are not paved, but no one speeds. The view is perfect, the nights are cool, and the days are hot. Wild life is everywhere (quail,mule deers,jack rabits,cotton tails,white tails,wild hogs,cows). 6 1/2 miles south of Alpine on highway 118. There is not a lot to do for children, but it's great if you want peace and quite and rest your soul from the hustle of life, sky at night is so nice you just sit and look w/your mouth wide open. It is about 5200 ft. up so you'll need a jacket at night. All sites are pull thru's. We camped at LaVista RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2005 -
We stayed there about three months, we found it to be very loud during so called quite time(11pm-8am). Most people living here are regulars, our next door neighbors came and went all hours of the night. Managers did not allow loud parties, but said nothing about loud exhaust on vechicles and motorcycles all hours of the night. Not gated and not patroled. Laundry was not good and dryers did not work well, (only one worked good), semi-trucks were allowed come and go, since two of the tennants lived here full time and parked their trucks here also. Basicly I am saying that this is not a good RV park if you are on a vacation, passing through and need a place to park overnight and noise is'nt a problem, then it fine for that. It has mainly turned into a trailer park, bad management!!!! We camped at Villager RV Park in a Motorhome.