Red Star Ranch

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Our stay here was for one week while visiting family in the area. Basically a clean, neat park, even if we did not use the facilities (showers, etc.). They advertise big rig friendly, however, that is a stretch. We pull a 28 foot 5th wheel with a four door pickup with an eight foot bed and had a VERY HARD time getting into our assigned site without clipping the edge of the grass. The fact that the park manager parks his car outside of the striped roadway did not help this situation. There are a lot of LONG TERM residents here and they tattle if you do anything incorrectly such as put an edge of your tire on the grass. They advertise pet friendly and are very strict about walking your dog down the center of the street down to the pet walk (no stopping allowed) and do not let your dog get near a curb or any shrubs. The pet area is not a "pet walk", but rather, a small non maintained fenced area. Management is a retired couple who do not have a pet. Not what I would call a friendly park, but for the price, not a bad deal for a short stop over. We most likely would not stay here again.

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Check in was friendly. Office staff was not knowledgable of the area, and not interested in helping in this mission. Location is right next to a VERY busy interstate intersection with 24 hour heavy traffic. The campground has some spacious pads up front, however most sites are extremely close. Good water pressure, good cable TV, uneven pads front to back as well as side to side, EMS would not allow coach electricity do to "ground fault" so watch out for this. Overall, we would not use this facility again, or recommend it.

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Sights are long enough for a 40 foot motor home, however one must park toad in front which makes the street quite cramped. 5th wheelers will experience multi adjustments in backing into a site with the crowded roadway. RV Office personnel does not assist in site placement, however we were approached by a walk through Hotel BLUE SHIRT who wanted to give us advise on how to back our 5th wheel in. When we ignore his recommendation he stated in a loud voice that we were just like all people from Texas. A truly uncalled for and unnecessary remark. We would not stay at this facility again.