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The one down side of this park is that it is so close to I-20 you cannot avoid hearing the screaming tires as the semis go down the highway. But, even that does not dampen my enthusiasm for this RV Park in Terrell, Texas. The park is so well run and the people are so helpful, friendly, supportive and understanding, going above and beyond the expected. Our gravel site was open and included a picnic table. We were there for 9 months in 2014 and 2015 for work (we paid a monthly rate plus electric). In January 2015, after leaving the coach for Christmas back home, we returned to find there was no power to the coach anywhere. We discovered that a lightning strike had fried several components throughout the RV and even the microwave oven. The camp workers helped us negotiate replacements and even went so far as to go to town to get new house batteries on spec and installed them ( we repaid them later). This prevented more possible damage from the cold - with batteries we could run the heaters and keep the cold at bay. Thanks to all who work there and especially the owners who were lovely people as well.

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New ownership is upgrading this RV park. It's spartan now and all sites are mostly level gravel sites. The new owner is a Starkville native that has returned home. He is adding more spaces and a dog walk area in the future. Several semi-permanent tenants, all we encountered were friendly and quiet. Some families with nice kids. We were here 2 weeks and in that time we were the only motorhome except for a 3 day period when a bus conversion pulled in. We were here because of family reasons. This is the best RV park in the Starkville area open to the public. Owner is VERY friendly, helpful, industrious, and has big plans. We'll be back. It's close to Mississippi State (right across from the MSU golf course) and 5 miles from the campus. Very accessible. Good luck to the new owner!

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Arrived late and was confused about where to park. Had to tour the campground with tow vehicle to figure it out (we're still new at this). Finally got in a pull through, and setup shop. People at the office were friendly the next morning. I would stay here again if in the area and was tired. Had big trees but it's winter. Just your basic campground. However, it was very close to a LOT of restaurants, stores, etc.