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Award winning and gallery exhibiting watercolor / acrylic artist and photographer Leona Pleasant in Kemah, Texas. Bold and bright color applied to canvas, watercolor paper, glass, driftwood marble. Website : www.yessy.com/leonabp@aol.com. Visit Pleasant At Studio by appointment only.

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Very nice park setting, spacious sites, concrete pads and asphalt drive and street. Office at rear of the park area. No pool. Small meeting room. Did not use shower or bath facilities. Quiet camp ground about 5 miles from quaint small town with little to offer but charm. The scenery is the attraction here, as it is a farming community with nothing else and no activities. Park is spotless and well maintained. You pay extra for cable but about 5 stations from antenna. Windy, so do not put awnings out. staff nice. A spotless park but no shade trees. Can not check in till 2pm???????

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Entire park needs repair and maintenance. This place looks like a dump park for refuge old trailer and mobile homes. Check in staff in office very rude and unfriendly - they forget who the customer is. Office is filthy dirty and I hear the baths/showers are a disgrace and in need of the health department inspection. Sites are grass, road is dirt/gravel, golf a joke, but the wifi and cable work. No minimal requirements here...trash everywhere, clothes lines, just a junk of a place...The only positive comment is the parking attendant who is very nice.

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Dirt and gravel roads going up a hillside,so bring your blocks. Very tight in the back. Lodge closed. Staff very nice and grounds staff. Short drive to town. Scenery and surrounding mountains is the best feature. Don't go in dog run- bad..... Did not use baths or shower.

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Entire campground needs extensive maintenance. Asphalt roads, fine crushed granite over dirt so sites are soft and levelers sink in deep. Picnic tables needs repair and painting. Very poor snowy cable TV connection, weak Wi-Fi.Sites are not manicured or cleaned up after previous occupant. Game room smelled like urine. Pool full of rowdy jumping in kids with no supervision. Exposed and broken cable tv connections with analogue connections only-but very weak and snowy. BUT there are many, many yellow shirted employees riding around in golf carts. This park apparently accepts anything, regardless of age or condition, popups, old trailers, and tenants put lots of stuff out and about their site. Yes, the highway noise is loud and with the military bases across the street, you do hear aircraft..what do you expect? Would never come here again, but we usually do not stay at KOAs. Registration staff very nice.

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Second time to stay here. Owners are wonderful and the campground is spotless, above normal maintained, every blade of grass and tree trimmed. Gravel site over looking the river was shaded, we could get sat reception, but we loved waterfront site 8 so much we stayed parked. top rated by our standards.

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Our second stay here, all class A resort, with 27 sites over looking the San Juan River. Fabulous owners who go out of their way to accommodate the guests. Sites are spotless with daily ground maintenance, trash pickup, homemade breakfast on the deck, nightly social events on the lodge deck and short distance to the village and town. Hot springs, shopping, restaurants, salons, spas, golf course and numerous day trips options...

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Rustic, rustic with little or no maintenance to campground. Wood roof covered bench areas in bad need of repair. No pool, just an outdated children's playground. Mostly trailers camped there. Check in staff very nice. Little or no shade in camp area, gravel roads/sites very dusty. Cute rabbits. We were one of two motorhomes. Easy run into town. The traffic in Taos is horrible with only one road in and out, so we will not be returning to Taos.This park is really best suited for small units, tents and trailers.

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Add new Mexico tax to Good SAMs discount rate. This is our 4th summer stay here. Campground is desert scape, with natural landscaping and antique farming equip..part of a ranch at one tome. Camp high on a elevated 7000 Mesa, so great views. Windy so watch your awnings. About 10 miles to Santa Fe Plaza via highways.The views are awesome and stars at night fabulous. About 4-5 miles to a Walmart or shopping other than Indian stuff. Family run and owned. I requested this end pull thru site 8 months ago.

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Have stayed here before . About 6+ miles west of town off Hwy. Many longterm campers/ trailers. Newer area limited to no shade and located near freeway but good cable reception. First spot they put us in, could not get sat, trees in older area and cable bad, not full for June. There are 2 other rv camps in area but this one is the nicest in the area. The contential breakfast a joke, juice, coffee that's all. Very nice staff.

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Easy exit off freeway. Concrete roads, gravel spaces, neat and spotless clean areas. Some trees. Park has mobile home area, new expanded area for RVs, cottage area, and original area. Very nice staff. Rec hall, sparkling pool, nice office. Many construction workers trailers. Strong Wi-Fi, very bad cable reception but we had satellite. Spacious site. Ask for one larger than normal.

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Easy exit off I-10 west. Have stayed here before numerous times. Cafe open for casual inexpensive meal. Gravel sites. Many one nighters. Many pipeline workers in trailers. Pull-through facing road, so we were concerned about gravel hitting our front from incoming traffic into park. Very nice staff have not done anything to enhance the entrance.

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Have stayed there numerous times, great park. Just 10 minutes to town. Spotless, gravel level sites, trees, 2 rally halls, lending library, new cable installed, strong Wi-Fi, great staff, and wide sites. Will stay there again. We did not use showers, etc. No pool.

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Gravel parking pads need upgrading and maintenance. Rally rate. Staff nice. Wifi strong. More a cottage park than rv with lots of trailers and full time construction workers.

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March was rainy and cold, so gravel driveways, streets and parking pad were a mess. It's winter so some trees bare, but grass was trying to stay green. Owners go out of their way to be accommodating. Many full time residents and snow birds. Rally hall was great. We had 23 FMCA coach members. Town is short distance, shopping, grocery and Kerrville is an easy ride. We have stayed here before. It gets hot in summer. Longhorn streets in pastures adjoining park.

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If you are a full time resident , they will park you in the back. We were a rally and parked backing up to South Sam Houston Pkwy East with so much traffic and heavy truck noise, we needed to keep all doors and windows closed. Park and the facilities are pristine, staff top rated and friendly.....but the noise is terrible. We paid a rally rate of $45 per night..we felt that was high. Park has many full time residents in campers, towables and 5th wheels.....from I-45 if you take the toll road you will spend about $11.00 so even though we had a Easy Tag on RV and also one on the tow car, we took the side street which was probably about 8-10 lights from I-45 to HWY 288 to u-turn to RV Park..park is electronically gated.