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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.

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Read the details the KOA requires before you sign your credit card receipt or agree to anything...rate was a rally rate. no alcohol, wine or beer allowed in meeting rooms, no grouping outside your rv, $$$ fees per day for any day guests visiting you, read new pet rules- cannot leave your pet alone in the rv if you leave, etc. No happy hours with alcoholic beverages in meeting rooms. Fees$$ on your credit card if you park in wrong places.....this KOA under new management....

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Rally rate, but regular rate is to high for location. Very friendly staff. Park is 2 years old. Lots of trailer, campers, 5 th wheels and full time worker residents. No tables. Strong Wi-Fi and cable. We backed up to the pond which was nice.

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Resort is more a rental cottage or cabin area than Rv resort. Many class B 5th wheels and trailers. Rv site areas not maintained. Weeds at site were knee high, grass ? was uncut. There was a hole burned in the wood table, many dirt/gravel unlevel sites and general lack of maintenance or attention to the entire area. Previous rv had hit the water facet and transformer box- both bent and dislocated at our site. Read your receipt before signing for liability clause. Outdoor pool and office areas nice. Prior to our arrival they had charged my credit card with the entire weeks rental fee...disappointed

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Stop was only for a overnight. Clean, grass cut, unusual concrete tire width pad, concrete streets, no trees in pull thru sites. Many trailers and 5th wheels- full time residents. Security gate. Event room is not a rally room. Microwave, pool tables, no refrigerator, really not a spot for a rally meeting/dining space. Site tables are really bar stool heights. Located about 5 miles south of Bullard, which is a typical very small town. Grocery about 3 miles. Pretty property.

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Rally rate included tax. Pristine concrete drive and very level long parking sites. Grounds are immaculate and 5 star maintained. Motel, RV Resort and storage facilities all owned by same person. fishing pond in middle of property. Adult and separate family pools, play area, party pavilions, 2 rec rooms, very well lighted, trash pickup at curb, exercise room, 2 laundries, all spotless...we will definitely stay here again....it gets a 10......but call for reservations as park is very popular.

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Rally rate. Wonderful pristine Rv campground 7 miles south of Johnson City. Best kitchen I have ever seen and a wonderful rally hall. Sites are spaced apart. many day trip opportunities within 10-30 miles from camp. Very nice staff. Would stay here again.

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Rate is after Good Sam discount. Always A++++ RV resort. Strong WiFi, shade trees, immaculately maintained, very nice staff, great for rally's, quiet and easy access off I-10 freeway. About 7 miles into town and about 4 miles to HEB grocery store.

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Very dusty gravel, sparse grass. Parking lot behind a large building. Wide streets, so-so spaces. Almost full of construction worker 5th wheels and trailers, but the only thing available. Heavy oilfield and truck traffic on the highway, but huge metal building buffers sound. Baths? Showers? Did not see any. Just a overnight spot in the road between destinations. No frills,extras, Wi-Fi or cable, and antenna reception was none. But the owner is super nice and very friendly. No office other than a convenience store, so I guess no late arrivals. We were one of two class A motorhomes, all others worker trailers. August is 101 HOT.

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Fabulous 360 views from this Hilltop, easy off of I-25 south of Santa Fe. Major shopping near by. Rustic desert landscaping, level gravel sites, strong WiFi, no cable, exceptional baths, offices, and public rooms. Best call ahead for reservations. We have stayed here before and enjoy the park. Maybe windy on top of this elevation, but all gravel. Some sites have concrete patios, all have tables. Rate is Good Sam.. Many motor home and big rig sites. About 6 freeway miles to center of Santa Fe.

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Very friendly office staff. Park shows lack of maintenance, out buildings and wooden tables paint peeling. Only about 30% or less occupied for end of July. Landscaping is typical of areas desert landscaping gravel drives and sites and sand/gravel/ stones and cacti type plantings- neglected. Park location in South Taos near major shopping and on main street into historical Taos. Be sure and request 50 amps if needed, as all sites do not have. Our site end location wide, strong Wi-Fi, easy satellite TV, no cable, power and water good. Pretty level. We were here 3 nights. Many older RVs, trailers, and 5th wheels. Not many class A rigs.

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A jewel of a camp ground. Small, very spacious sites, family owned, 8 sites facing the river, middle section very shaded, new area very level. Spotless well maintained property about 4 miles south of the historic town of Chama on Hwy 64. Easy in and they escort you to your site. Many recommendations for this park from our friends. Area is all gravel with trees and grass.....rate is with Good Sam discount. We would definitely stay here again. Wi-Fi and Verizon strong.

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All the parks in this area are booked starting in June so get your reservation double confirmed. Our reservation was all messed up even with a written email copy. The 50 amp service is only in front parking lot, otherwise it is 30 amp in the heavy treed area in back. Sites are gravel , sparse grass and lots of dirt. No concrete pads. Many trailers and 5th wheels. Spaces in 30 amp area very tight. Staff is very nice but make reservation mistakes. Very limited cable channels and wifi and sat reception in trees are difficult or none. We expected more from the reviews. Crowded spaces, lack of maintenance on buildings and grounds.