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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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FMCA rally rate. Large well maintained park off I-37 south east of San Antonio. Park easily seen from Highway. Take exit 130 u turn under freeway to east side of highway on Donop Road( runs parallel with highway) Large very nice rec hall, paved roads, concrete site pad and grass. 2 restaurants walking distance plus the camp fixes dinner & breakfast on weekends, very reasonable. Sites are level, strong WiFi, cable and trash containers everywhere-emptied each day. Very helpful office staff. We were part of a 29 FMCA rally. Easy drive south on highway to lots of shopping, restaurants on Military Drive... some sites closer than others, so ask the office if you want a oversized site...

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We stayed 2 different nights, parked by the office in pull in site 124. Older park with many full time trailers,campers, with huge trees, so watch your Sat, but strong cable TV & WiFi service. Super nice and friendly office staff. We stayed here to be close to galleria area. Pool area looked spotless and park is well maintained. We will stay here again when in Houston. With highway construction on Beltway 8, if you are going north on Beltway 8,watch for your east feeder street to I-59. Park is located east of PPL RV sales lots and behind Sterling McCall auto dealership, on the south side of I-59 - RV park has a sign on 1-59( southwest freeway). If you are going south on Beltway 8 , exit at 1-59 feeder road and go east.

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Owners are wonderful and friendly. Park is 4th generation ownership, very rustic- gravel/dirt/grass driveways and sites with many full time residents. Some sites would be all mud if it rained. Large rec hall but very old. If you use GPS you will drive down a long rough washboard broad so get directions from owner. We did not use or visit the baths/showers. Park is located north of Sealy & Bellville. This park has huge trees with moss hanging, is very Rustic and away from traffic, but shows years of deferred maintenance and updating but CHEAP.

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Waterfront pull in, over looking the lake and fabulous sunsets. Long concrete site easy for motorhome and tow car. Trash pickup at curb side, great rally room, spotless grounds, very nice staff. KOA now. Easy in and out and no highway noise. Sparkling pool, but in February a bit cool so we did not use. The onsite restaurant was very good for Thursday night dinner, and service for a group was good as the restaurant was almost full. Free strong wifi. Cable for HD strong, you may need a converter box if you have analog. Many full time residents in campers and towables. Great setting to hang out, relax and never leave. There is a playground and pool on site, as well as a launch ramp and marina with boats for rent. No book exchange.

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We have stayed here many times in past, in south Austin off I-35. Tight spaces, newly paved roads, gravel sites, old tables but treed. Many full time campers and trailers, not many motor homes, in Feb the park was 98% full, so call way ahead. The manager and office staff were very helpful. Cable not working, but strong wifi, antenna and sat reception. Nice pool & office areas. Electronic gate at entrance.

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Under new ownership, by a national company: SunRV Resorts. Park is elevated, so looking out you can see the West Texas Hills. Has gravel parking spots, very good asphalt streets, trees, grass, wide spaces, strong WiFi, a very nice park. Many winter Texans and travel trailers so this park stays FULL. Staff is very nice. Best place to stay if you do not mind the distance to downtown. Nice pool and playground. It is very quiet, has a very nice rec hall and all is spotless and nicely maintained.

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Rally rate. Park is in need of road repair, bathroom clean up, and updating. Ants everywhere, with gravel and is very sandy. It is winter so no grass. There are many full time, trailers owners who drive very, very fast on the street between rows of our coaches, throwing gravel every where: could chip our windshields. Loud I-10 highway road noise. But this park is a short driving distance to shopping, a historical town and many interesting day trips in the area. Many sites are close, so check out the site before you park.

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Check out your site before you park your motor home as many of the pull thru sites slope down in the front. Also be careful entering your site as there is a higher than usual street curb, so enter the site at an angle. No curb side garbage pickup and the WiFi never would take the password to connect. Nice folks in the office. No lending exchange book library. There is a inside enclosed pool, playground and puppy fenced area. We have stayed here many times.

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Rally rate. 50 amp power on the low side but temps were over 100 so every rv was maxing out usage. Older office building, no thrills We parked on a very long, almost level gravel and grass site in middle of park reserved for rally members, but sparse trees and shade. Very nice staff and owners. Did not use any facilities, rooms, baths or laundry. Many long time trailer and camper residents.

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A no thrills park with long gravel sites and dirt/gravelstreets. Some sites very unlevel. They had just mowed the grass everywhere. Pool was shut down lastyear and shut down this time as well. New lady at desk did not know where the park was on the large map. Many long residents with old cars and junk, so do not let them park you in back near them. Cable is okay, some channels snowy but wifi is strong. This is just a stop over as park is in bad/rough park of town. Located far from everything.

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Very well maintained rv park, spotless total gravel sites, level and some scattered trees, but not shady. Power good. Wifi is spotty and not dependable. Check in very professional. Did not use baths or laundry. Many trailers and 5th wheels and long term residents. This park has changed ownership we were told and moving east down the highway, all new, so check for location next year.

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Dusty sandy roads, dirty dirt sites, unkept grounds, not maintained, junk yard for old, dilapidated motor homes and trailers, no visible security, no quality control or site control, very weak wifi except near the pavilion, snowy cable, very tight pull thru's-our slide was 10" from neighbors and 15+miles from freeway. This was a terrible mistake, but we were already pulled into office area and did not know where else to go...glad we were only here 1 night. I asked about river view spots Nd told all taken, even thou there were empty spots- poss the power and cable/ugh was broken. Staff drive very fast in golf carts around the park causing dust storms. Sites are sandy and dirty......glad we left after one night. This park is where you go if you are refused elsewhere....

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Exit off freeway to patk. Noise from traffic, train, dust and gusty strong winds. A no thrills park for the night. Solid white gravel, no trees, grass or landscaping. Mostly trailers and full time oilfield workers. You will need reservations as park was full August 9 th. We where jere for one night in a motorhome. Office check in lady was nice. No military discount. No pool. Very, very Crowed next to one another....

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RV Park located outside of Jackson Hole, WY in Wilson. Drive into park narrow passing rows of rental cottages. Gravel streets & sites are very narrow for big rigs. Large and mid size trees so good luck with sat TV. Do not know what the rate is as I am with a group and sites are Pre-paid by tour. Fire ring had leftover coals in it and not cleaned out. This is not a premium RV park....no thrills.

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Bare bones, just a gravel site and driveway with a bit of grass in-between behind a huge IMAX building which does shield the highway noise. The office is small HUT, not operated like the typical rv park, a window and nothing else....if you need something you must call a posted number and hope someone answers it. No shade, one trash dump at front of area that is surrounded by commercial, offices, etc and retail. No amenities....no pool, nothing but a medium short distance walking to 4 streets of a charming town. We were here in a class A motorhome. We have many friends who have been here and suggested Yellowstone Grizzlly Bear RV park, but we were with a group and had prepaid all rv park locations...