Date of Stay: February, 2011
We've stayed at a couple of casino RV parks, and this was by far the nicest. When I called to make a reservation, the people were very friendly and sent me an email confirmation before we even hung up. When you pull in, there are several check in lanes. You park there and when you go inside, it resembles a nice hotel lobby. The people that check you in are also very nice. The sites are quite unique as well. You can actually pull through either direction as there are hookups on each side. All the sites are concrete and level. It's a new park, so the trees are short and there is no shade. Also, there is no cable TV, but that is not an issue for me as I have DirecTV. The only issue I really had was that the WiFi was very weak: that was only an issue due to the AT&T 3G signal there not being the best. If they fix that, I would rate it as a 10 and we plan on making several more trips in the future.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend with four other families. We all have kids ranging in ages from 3 to 13. We all had a blast. It was also very full, I didn't see an empty site starting Saturday through Monday. There was a ton of activities for the kids and fun stuff for the adults too. We did the candy bar bingo, meet Yogi, rode the on the fire truck, did the hay ride, Laser Tag, etc. I think the prices for the extras were more than fair. They gave us a sheet outlining their future plans (another pool, water slides, fishing lake, etc.) and it all sounds great. We will be back for sure. This is definitely a more family friendly park and I could see why people visiting here without kids looking for a quiet laid back getaway may not like it, but that's okay. There are other RV parks and campgrounds in the area that can cater to them.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We've have stayed here many times in the past when visiting San Antonio. We really like this park due to its location. It's very close to Sea World, pretty close to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and only about a 20 minute drive to downtown. We also like their pool and playground for kids. Would like to see more planned activities for the kids. When in the area, we'll probably stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We have stayed at this park many times over the years and the most recent time was at the group camping pavilion over the July 4th holiday. It's pretty bare bones but clean, well maintained and inexpensive. It's what we have come to expect when staying at a COE park. We already have the group camping pavilion reserved for next year's Labor Day weekend. The only word of caution I would have is to thoroughly read the rules and ask questions if you don't understand. The staff has no patience for any rules being broken and the grumpy sheriff lives nearby.