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I-35 RV Park

Waco, Texas

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Good for an overnight stop and big rig friendly. Free breakfast in the morning is a nice touch. Sites are a mixture of gravel and grass and are packed down very well. There are no picnic tables or patios. They say they have over 200 big pull-thru sites, but most are occupied by long-term RVs. There seems to be enough upfront sites to fulfill the overnight demands. Plenty of room to walk the dogs, but there is no fenced-in area to let them run. We would stay here again if traveling and needed an overnight spot even though this park fast approaching needed road and site maintenance.

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Nice new park with ample space for big rigs. Digital TV channels was a nice touch. LOVE the dog park and ample green space in the middle of the park to walk the dogs. Some of the sites are not level, so be prepared to adjust your rig to raise the left side slightly or ask for a more level site. Sites are crushed granite. This is the best RV park in Fredericksburg.

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Large level gravel sites. Maintenance personnel seemed to be driving by every 15 minutes, so the place was very clean. They smoke their own meats which you can it delivered to your rig (complete meal) during dinner hours. Nice play park for the kids and dog walk areas. We would stay here again.

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Nice quiet and clean park with friendly and helpful staff (owner). Like others have stated, level sites on gravel with a very small place for the picnic table and limited walk areas for the dogs. We would stay here again.

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Great RV park. Quiet, lots of space, clean, friendly, and a nice dog walk area--tell them you have dogs and they will put you near the dog pen and grass. Even the long-term residents are clean and neat. This is the park to stay at if your in Amarillo.

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A small clean RV park with easy in and out access. The main drive and pull-through sites have crushed granite and is big rig friendly. Plenty of room for the pets to walk. It a quite park with some train and traffic noise, but it did not bother us. The lots have plenty of room and grass. We enjoyed our visit and would stay here again.

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Super RV park...the best we've stayed at. Great staff, all areas were very clean, level sites, and outstanding laundry facility. There were staff working the grounds all the time. The best part was the city bus would pick us up right outside the gate and drop us off within a block of the Alamo and River Walk. If you're visiting San Antonio, this is the place to stay.

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We were impressed with this RV park. It's off a major road, easy access, mature trees, level and very spacious sites with a gravel like pad, great cable, and good water pressure. It was kept very clean and even with the long term residents, it was one of the quietest RV parks we've stayed at. We did not use any of the park's accessories (bathhouse, laundry, or pool), but park was very dog friendly (we travel to dog shows). The park staff were friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again.

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First, the one positive--the owner was friendly and helped us find a somewhat level site. All the level sites were taken by long-term residents, which seemed to occupy most of the park. Our site had a 3-foot drop from the rear of our 5th-wheel to the front. I saw some 5-wheels with their landing gear all the way to the ground while others used extreme means to get their rigs level. All roads and sites are packed sand with some grass. The park was kept clean, but there were dogs wondering around and some of the long-term workers were party animals on the weekend. There was Wi-Fi at the pavilion only. I would not have stayed here except it was the only RV park within a reasonable distance to visit our grand kids. I would not recommend this park to anyone with a large rig and don't try to come in at night because it's difficult to get around plus some sites are not marked very well. I guess everything is a matter of perspective because I mentioned to my neighbor (a long term resident construction worker) that this was the worst RV park I've stayed at and he stated it was one of the best he's stayed at.

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I was impressed with this RV Park. All the roads were paved and the sites had very nice concrete pads. The Wi-Fi was fast and the cable TV good. The Interstate noise did not bother me. There was a lot of space between sites and the mature trees made the RV park seem more like a state park.

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A nice RV park with concrete pads and plenty of space between sites. It's easy to get to from Interstate 20, but far enough away that you cannot hear the traffic. I was impressed with the two double-gated pet parks were we could let the dogs run. The Wi-Fi was fast and the cable TV was good. There were very few long-term residents which gave the park a comfortable feel. I noticed this park filled up the two nights we stayed here--so make sure you get a reservation. This is one of the best RV parks we've stayed at.