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A small campground located in a convenient location. It's a steep road in, but you should be OK if you go slow. Road was paved and sites had a concrete pad for your unit with gravel base for the rest of the area. Some sites were pretty small, but sites on the inside of the loop were big enough for large rigs. Nice playground for the kids. Water, electric, cable, sewer, and Wi-Fi were all good. Some highway noise but not bad. Situated in a lovely canyon next to a golf course and recreational field for the military. The pool was a bit of a walk and we did not use it. We liked it here and would stay again.

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A typical snowbird park with many park models, but a nice large area for RVs. Paved roads with some sites mostly gravel but with a concrete pad. Our site was concrete next to a lovely grassy area. Lots of amenities like spas and a heated pool. The restrooms in the NE part of the park are individual with showers included. We loved it here and would stay again.

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A lovely park with many permanent RVs that are well maintained. Some pull-through sites, some totally paved, some mostly gravel and many have shade. The pool and spa and restrooms/shower were very clean. The roads were paved and although it is on a frontage road, there was very little highway noise. It was a lovely overnight and we would stay again!

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Our rate was Passport America. Lovely place, that is typical of a snowbird type RV park with paved roads, nice landscaping, well-maintained grounds and good hookups. Our site had a paved surface for the RV with crushed gravel. There is a nice smaller heated pool, a trade library, a computer in the building to use, clean modern restrooms & showers, a very clean laundry area ($1.75/wash), a dog walk area. The hot tub and observatory were down when we were there and they were waiting for parts. There is a grocery store 1 block away & a post office across the street. Office & grounds workers were super pleasant and it was not busy in May. Tengo internet was available. We had good Verizon reception. We loved it here.

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This is a lovely park conveniently located right off I20. The rate is $15 to camp and $4 per person admission. We were told if we did not like our site, to give a call to the office with one we selected. Very nice office staff. The dunes are beautiful and you can rent a big plastic disk to slide down. Sunset and sunrise is absolutely stunning. Water and electric (50 amp) were good. We had one of several pull through sites. Good road in, good road throughout the park and the sites pads are paved, but very narrow. Nice covered picnic table area at each site, but located in heavy sand. Bathrooms were dated but clean. We had no MIFI access with Verizon and virtually no phone service. We did get a couple of TV stations with our antenna.

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This is a great place to stop overnight. All spaces are very wide and long, with excellent water, sewer and 50 amp electric hookup. No need to unhook a big rig with towed vehicle. Sites are lined up in rows and are crushed pea gravel. The laundry room is very clean ($1 to wash). No cable but the free WiFi worked well and major TV stations came in fine with an antenna. 2 private unisex restrooms were very clean and modern. There is nothing special to do at this park, but it is clean, easy in/out and affordable. The sunset view of the mountains is pretty excellent. We would stay again in a heartbeat.

     

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Benbrook, Texas

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Our rate was with the Federal Senior Agency Pass. The park was not full at all and it would seem a good idea to come in and pick your site rather than reserve one as the map on-line does not properly represent the distance between sites, from sites to the lake and from sites to the restrooms, and many sites are not at all level. The restrooms here are sorely in need of upgrade as they are too old and one ladies room actually without a door, which results in major bug issues. The sites and interior roads are paved but also need refinishing. The water & electric hookups were good. There is plenty of shade and a nice amount of space between sites. Each site has a covered picnic table on a concrete slab. Gate personnel were very friendly and helpful.

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What a lovely RV park! Very big-rig friendly. Very pleasant office staff and guide to your site, which we love! Nice laundry area, and a beautiful bathroom/shower area inside. Good wide road, wide cement site pad and excellent hook-ups. 2 mile drive from the interstate, and it was easy to find. If we knew it would be so nice, we would have set aside more time to stay longer.

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Louisiana State Parks do not offer any discounts for out of state residents unless you are from the states of Maryland or Delaware and have the Federal Senior Pass. The fee is for one night and includes the camping fee of $22 and a $6 administration fee. If you make a reservation it must be for 2 nights minimum, but you can drive up and pay for one night if they have anything open. The sites are very unleveled. We were assigned a site that did not work for our unit at all, but changed to an empty site with no problem. The water and electric are so far back at the site that we needed extensions to reach our unit. The roads around the park and campground need a lot of work. Many of the sites would be impossible to get an RV leveled. The one bathhouse in this loop is modern with individual unisex rooms with toilet and shower area in each room. That would be the best thing to say about this campground. There is only one bathhouse for many, many sites. Because the bathhouse is so far from a large number of the sites, cars & trucks race up & down the campground road to the bathhouse all night. There is a trailer sized electricity generator or compressor of some type next to the dump station that turns on and off with a huge buzz. If that bothers you, do not take a site near the dump station.

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Although we have the Federal Senior pass, no discount was available because we were not from Louisiana, Maryland or Delaware. The one night fee was $22 with an additional administrative fee of $6 for a total of $28. The water and 30 amp service worked well. The bathhouse in the upper level had individual toilet/shower combo rooms, including one for handicap. We love those rooms. The lower level by the river had a brand new bathhouse with multiple units in one large room, as is common in campgrounds. You can see the river from the lower campground, but none of the sites are waterfront. There is a nice boardwalk with some seating by the river. Some of the roads were very tight to maneuver. We liked it here and would return.

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Beautiful paved roads into and around campground. Few pull-throughs but most sites are long enough to back in a truck pulling a trailer and not have to unhook. Water & electric (50 amp) are well situated, but the sewer connects are set very far back, & might require 1 or 2 extra extensions. The restroom in our loop was modern and clean, and we loved that there is one individual uni-sex handicap room with shower and toilet. Our rate was Florida Senior-over 65-proof required. The sites are gravel and sand with lots of ants so be prepared. As with most state parks, there is plenty of room between sites (which were large) and some vegetation between sites. There is a very walkable trail to the river, but the main entrance to the headsprings is about 9 miles from the campground (not walkable). The campground fee covers entrance to the main park, where the springs are located. There is swimming at the main park in the headsprings as well as canoe & kayak rental, but not at the campground. There is RV parking at the headsprings too.

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We stayed in the A loop, but did not tour the other loops. You must park all vehicles on the pavement, so pay attention if you are making a reservation as longer units might not fit. The paved sites are single wide. There was overflow parking at restrooms, but it was full all the time. At our site, #10, the power tower has the 50 amp plug installed upside down, so we could not use our voltage regulator. Brand new restrooms are being worked on, but were not available during our visit. The bathroom sidewalk was blocked & you had to walk in the sand to get to the very dated bathrooms. The long road in can flood (salt water) during severe storms and access to the park will be denied. If a strong storm comes, you make be asked to evacuate immediately. You can walk across the road to the beach and gulf. The white sand and dunes are very beautiful. There is some space between sites, but no vegetation. A few sites have some shade, including site #10. We only stayed one night and did not get to the fort, but were told it is interesting with a nice museum.

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This is a smaller campground with a packed dirt/sand road. Although we saw a couple of big-rigs, the turns & foliage overhangs are substantial so extreme caution pulling into and out of the campground would be required. The restrooms were clean. The handicap spaces had a concrete pad, otherwise the sites will be packed sand. Our rate was Florida Senior-over 65-proof required. The hookups on the handicap sites are on the left as you face in, so on the opposite side for our travel trailer when we backed in. The staff and campground hosts were super helpful and friendly, which we always appreciate. No cable, but we did pick up a few local TV stations. Lots of trees so satellites will be obstructed. Lots of ants.

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This is a newer campground with mostly open sites, although a few have some shade. It is just 1-2 miles off I-95. Take it slow at the entrance as it is a bit odd turning in. The bathrooms/showers are modern and clean. There are several pull-through sites that are long enough for a motor home and towed. Water/sewer/electric/cable were all very good. Most of the roads are paved (some sand) but the site pads are sand, which is pretty messy. The grass was very tall at the sites, but each site has a lovely newer picnic table. Laundry room has newer appliances and is very clean. The pool is lovely. There is a catch and release pond. It is necessary to back over or drive over a curb to get to your site, but they are lower, soft-edged curbs and it’s not too bad. If the grass were cut and the sites were paved, it would be a solid 10. We liked it here and will stay here again.

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The rate is Passport America. The gal behind the counter was very pleasant. The one unisex restroom/shower (you need a key) was in one of the motel rooms, and it was clean, secure & useable. The cable was good. The Wifi did not work. The campground is directly behind and next to a motel. We would not use the word campground, but more like trailer park with a few RV hookups available. There are many old, very run-down, permanent trailers & mobile homes in the park. We had no table & the spot we were assigned was very narrow at the back, with an embankment to the electric on one side, and an embankment to a shared water source on the other. It was a challenge to level. The weeds were 3 feet high throughout the park and at our site. Roads are crushed gravel and sites are weeds, grass & some dirt. There is a lot of junk stored on the property. Trains run next to the property & you are under the flight path of the air station. We would choose another campground next time.