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Date of Stay:
January, 2006 -
This RV Park was one of the nicest we've ever stayed in. It is located in a rural area Southwest of Mission, Texas. The park is rather unique because the pull through sites are arranged in large circles, the first time I've ever seen this layout. I believe there were four large circles with each one having palm trees, nice landscaping, and some sort of activity within the middle. Our circle housed the Recreation Center. The park was immaculate and well landscaped. The free wireless internet service worked flawlessly and had plenty of signal strength through out the park. It is a pet friendly park and even has a seperate dog run area where you can unleash you pet and let him visit with other dogs. If you like to bike and hike there is the World Birding Center right next door. This was a former State Park but is now locked off from vehicle traffic so you can use the existing roads for biking, hiking, etc. We saw plenty of beautiful birds and butterflies within the area. Be warned that the two mile hiking trail to the Rio Grande river was fairly remote and strenous, but well worth the effort. If you like to golf there are numerous golf courses in the area with very reasonable rates. As you can imagine, you will need to make reservations well in advance. They are taking reservations right now for next year, and rest assured I will be on the list for next January. We camped at Bentsen Palm Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.