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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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We have stayed here many times. RV resort about 7+ miles west of end of Galveston Seawall on West Galveston Island ( many residential developments west to San Luis Pass). Resort needs some updating, but has concrete driveways, strong but slow wifi, limited cable, strong rooftop tv reception., grass growing, palm trees and many family activities( putt putt etc needs updating) one pool very cloudy and other pool fine. Rec room upstairs. Waffle breakfast on Saturday morning $6.pp.

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Parked on site in new area very close to freeway noise, but new fence does buffer some of the traffic sound. Beautiful park, all concrete sites and roads, green grass and growing trees in-between. Many full time residents with lots of stuff and many parked cars. Very nice club house, pool and rec area. July is hot (101). Strong WiFi with tuner outside my door. Site very long and level. Everything looks newish. Very friendly office staff. Escorted to your site. We have stayed here before. Some sites appear tight and close together. Very nice pool area with adult hours posted. Security card entrance. Very spotless and manicured park. Price reflects a 10% discount.

     

Rusk KOA

Rusk, Texas

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Park is neat and clean. Interior roads are gravel with asphalt patches, but serviceable. We were guided to our site by a very nice camp worker who said to call if we needed anything, as they answered the phone even after hours. Way over priced at $43 (pull thru) for this park located far away from shopping, restaurants and activities, unless you want to be surrounded by the piney woods of East Texas. Cabins scattered among the RV sites. Most of the RV sites appear to be very level, some spacious and some grouped to close to others. Gravel and asphalt roads, gravel sites, grass in-between and trees at various heights. We were the only Class A in a end site: 25, with large patio and iron furniture. Some patios concrete but mostly picnic tables on grass. Nice office staff, pool, laundry and shower facilities well maintained. We did not use showers, baths or laundry. Yes, they have good cable and wifi service. Yes, there is a rec room. This was just a over night on the way to Galveston. Park was about 1/4 occupied.

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Under new management for 3 weeks so it is hard to evaluate what the new owners will do in the future, but very nice accommodating management folks. Did not even look at baths, showers, etc. Very rustic gravel site and road park. This park offers a stop over with easy access off I-30 south, turning onto highway 7 to Frost Road. Sites very, very close together, strong wifi, good cable, 50 amps and we got DirectTV reception with our satellite. Probably one of the better sites, level, in park for a big rig. We did not use sewer or water, as for just one night stay and did not unhook the tow car. Cash only and they charge tax. Pool drained for repairs.

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Best feature of this KOA is it's great location just off hwy 165, close to the Branson Strip (traffic does get bumper to bumper near show times). The park is very rustic with old white gravel sites, some with old concrete strips and many very close together. Sites offer very little grass, no manicuring/cleanup and old picnic tables. When we checked in, I asked for a site with no trees so my satellite tv would work and I was quickly told by staff that: "They could not guarantee any site could get satellite reception." We were assigned a Premium site on East side with concrete strips to park the tires on and with some work adjusting the location of the RV in the site, we were able to get a signal. But the site had not been cleaned from previous campers, and bits of trash mixed into the old white gravel/no grass. We had a elevated view and a grassy park was next door. The park was NOT full, with many empty sites, so there were other choices. The office offers show ticket free service, so I completed their forms and prices were equal to online reservation so I was happy. Curb side trash pickup. This park needs major updating and maintenance. We have had ants traveling up the water hose, so we had to treat inside and outside.

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Best location within the Amish community, full hookups, good 50 amp, wifi but no cable. Limited tv antenna channels. Very nice staff and grounds are maintained. Did not use any laundry or bath facilities. They did not require a deposit to hold reservations. Park was not full. If you need Rv repair, tv, satellite repair, there is a auto and mobile RVshop repair company in Eckhart and the Rv resort office can give you the contact information - they came to the Rv park and did some work on my Directtv receiver. The Amish have a "bulk food" and semi-farmers market just about 2 blocks from the Rv resort with great jams, jellies and all sort of food items- just check the expiration date on anything you buy.

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RV park is a bare parking lot with hookups. The north side has small sites and trees, the south side is bare, no trees. The interior roads are newly asphalt with gravel between sites. Grass on perimeter. No pool or extras. Asphalt everywhere so hot, hot, hot. Pickup for Queen Casino and Hotel.

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Lovely well maintained park. Directions to this park are very confusing, as my 3 GPS's all gave different directions and the park's web site has the easiest route. It is so simple: exit 234 off 69, go west 2.8 miles on 32 to Anderson Municipal Airport on the south side of street. Turn north off 32, across the street from the entrance to the airport on N CR 300 E to Timberline Valletta RV Resort. Narrow winding road to park. Huge pond, gravel streets, beautifully maintained sites, grass, gravel, some concrete pads, some very spacious sites and some look very tight. Good wifi, no trees blocking satellite, no cable, no TV reception. Price is for pull thru, full hookups, strong 50 amps, wifi. Did not use park bath, showers or rec room? With Good Sam discount and they charge TAX.

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One side of road to site had a hairpin turn, so took the longer winding way to site. Gravel streets, grass sites, large trees, rustic, only 3 motorhomes in park. Otherwise campers, tents, 5th wheels, trailers. It rained today, so mud and standing water. Direct TV and antenna would not work, and no cable. Paid $35 for a back in site on water. Was very unlevel, huge trees so no Direct TV or antenna reception. Free wifi. BUT 50 amps showed 110, so power is very weak. No sewer but a water facet that office said was drinkable water. No discounts offered, not even retired military. Will not stay here again.

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New development, I think second season, but super nice staff. Grounds clean, trees growing, paved sites, gravel roads, no pool, no cable, no real club house or office. Manager is working out of his motorhome parked next door to showers, rec room, etc., being completed. But minutes down the road from shopping, a quaint town, marina, harbor and friendly people. The site was formerly a vineyard, so it is flat.

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Newer campground so no trees, but spotless paved streets, grass growing and well maintained by the grounds staff. Very nice staff, friendly and helpful. Our two gps showed two different routes. On site camp store. Fabulous pool and rec area. Lots of space for bike riding. The park is mixed with class a,b,c etc. Strong cable and wifi. Very spacious sites.

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Lovely RV resort. You can buy your site here, we rented thru the management office. We had a lovely waterfront pull in site #171. Do not try to check in early, as it will cost you. We were in the class A sites. Very nice club house, library, lush pool filled with kids. Strong wifi. No cable. No trees, so sunny sites.

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Campground is a purchase site resort..but you can rent a site thru the management office. Our site for 21 days was a back in #79, backing to entrance road with a treed space between site and road. Resort is one of the most beautiful developments we have ever stayed in, paved roads and over sized sites, grassy with picnic table and carriage house( this site owned and carriage house locked). Many owner activities you can join in on even as a guest tenant. Very, very friendly community. Only 2 downsides : in the area we were in the well water had a lot of sulfur, the water smelled and tasted funny, so bring your charcoal water filters and the wifi is non existent where we were, but depending where you are and how close to a transmitter in the park some people got a signal, but plan to use your hot spot. This park is directed to adults. Class A 's in our section and in newer section and class B&C in middle.

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A-plus for park and office check-in lady. Park is spotless, beautiful landscaping, gravel drive and sites, all grass manicured. The park is sitting between two corn fields, so is very nice. Many class A motorhomes. Strong WiFi and cable. Rec room available for rent. Gym in office building. No pool. Restaurants near by and short drive to Mammoth Cave. Highly recommend this very nice small privately owned RV camp ground.

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Park is located between corn fields, an RV dealership, and a highway. The entry gravel road is very, very poor, narrow and needing repair. One section is for long timers and the other is for transients. All interior roads and sites are gravel and some are very unlevel. It is 7 plus miles east to town and 12 miles east to the big city. Check the roads and highways for heavy construction...lots of traffic, detours, trucks, divided highway. This was our worst driving day of or trip. I thought it was high for the night.