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The concrete pads are level. The landscaping seems well maintained and is pretty. Not much grass for our four-legged family members. Nickel and dimed at every turn. Have family members who live in Corpus who are coming to the park for the day for lunch and fun at the beach. Charged $10 per person for visitors. For what? Rented a golf cart for the weekend (expensive) and was charged $2.50 per day by the park for having a golf cart. For what? If you use a tow dolly, they charge you extra for parking your dolly. All guests must wear blue armbands for identification. Seems like the RV site owners are exempt from this rule. Not many nice RV parks in the Corpus area, but I think I'll keep looking.

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Great park for an overnight stay. When I called to make reservations, the person I spoke to gave directions to the park and explained the office was closed from noon until 1:30 for lunch. Because of time zone changes, of course that's when we arrived. No problem though. They had a bag for overnight stays full of envelopes for available sites. The outside of the envelope gave site number with length of site. Complete the information on the outside of the envelope, leave a check in the envelope and take the map and cable lineup with you. Just drop the envelope in the mail slot in the office door and your done! Sites for overnight are across the road from the office. The sites are gravel, but have concrete pads on either side of your rig. The 60'+ sites are long enough to keep your towed connected.

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Yes, the roads are paved, but narrow. The sites are gravel, but uneven. I'd disconnected the towed, so I could move around on the site to get the rig level. There appears no maintenance is done, as the site was trashy and needed mowing. We stayed two nights, but the park is really only good for an overnight stay.

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Most sites are surrounding a large open field. All are crushed gravel and level. Even though the sites are back in, they are accessible from the back side so you can drive through. The ground is firm, so you can drive most anywhere. The check-in was interesting. Went in to the office to the counter and was invited to a private office where the registration was completed. Was given lots of local information. Friendly, but a little long. The grounds are beautiful. On the back of the property was the Mackey House. Beautiful. Red Gate is close to Savannah.

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Reserved one of the concrete sites on-line (a back-in). We were right behind the rest rooms, but foot traffic was not a problem. The sewer connection was placed towards the front of the site, which made it useless for a motorhome unless you have a very long hose. Our site was level, but I don't know about most of the other sites as the were just dirt/sand. Very small park, but all the facilities are new and abundant. Appreciated the water being elevated for easy access. Heavily wooded, but was able to get reception on my Carryout antenna.

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Beautiful park like setting. Lots of room between sites. Because of the rain, I requested one of the few concrete pads (which was level). The pad is just that, it's elevated from ground level, but we had no problems getting on or off. Most sites were grass, but looked firm and would stay in one if a concrete pad was not available. Garbage pickup was at your site every morning before 10.

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We called ahead and arrived a couple of days early to avoid the storms and floods in Houston. The same rain eventually got to Livingston, but the concrete roads and pads always drained well. Of course the grassy areas were holding water, but remember, this was a 500 year flood. The lake and concrete walking trail was wonderful for walking the dogs between downpours. Check in was a breeze, the clerk was doing something when I walked in. I discovered that she was registering me! What efficiency! Of course we were escorted to our site. Garbage pickup occurred at least once an hour at your site. The pull-thru sites were some of the longest I've ever seen. Very nice for hooking up the towed on our morning of departure. Kudos to the park and all the friendly staff!

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The location was the only good thing about this park. Only about a mile from the St. Mary's entrance to Glacier National Park. The sites are not mowed regularly. We stayed two weeks, and after a week, our site finally got mowed. The sites are unlevel and gravel. The interior roads are gravel and full of holes. Although it appears they have plenty of help, maintaining the grounds doesn't happen. The WiFi is so slow, it's unusable most of the time. It's free, but you have to get a new code every three days. If in the area again, I might look elsewhere to stay. Just overpriced for what you get.

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Although we were here before Memorial Day and the staff was getting the park ready for the season, everyone was helpful and gracious. We stayed up on the hill (furthest from the train tracks). The trains really weren't a nuisance. The sites are well laid out and was able to get a satellite signal through the trees with a carry-out dish. Wifi was good, but there weren't very many people here.

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Nice quiet park. The owners were friendly and inviting. The sites are gravel, but are level! I don't know why other RV parks don't pay attention to this. No over the air TV, but they asked about my equipment during making my reservation, so my carry out dish worked OK through the trees. Wi-Fi works good during off peak times. If traveling on I-35 again, will try to stay here.

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The one pro is that they recently mowed and there weren't any grass burs. The rates have gone up to $35 and all you get is W/E/S. My 35' RV hit the curb getting in to the narrow site. I agree with the previous reviews. Expensive for an overnight stay. Probably will just overnight in the a parking lot in Edmond if in the area again.

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First, the positive - the location. Now, the negatives: none of the sites are level. We moved once, but the second one wasn't any better than the first. We gave up and stayed in the second one and then discovered that there was no cable TV to the pedestal. There was a new cable hanging on the pedestal, but without a connection. I reported the problem to the registration clerk and nothing was done for the week we were there. Their attitude is take it or leave it. I wouldn't stay there again except the other RV parks in the area are even worse.

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Gravel roads and sites, not much grass around. It is right on the river, so nice setting. Good water pressure and WiFi. The electrical power is towards the front of the site, but not a problem. Cable was good. We were escorted to the site and the staff was friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if ever in the area.

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Good for an overnight stay, but not much more. The sites are narrow and not very long. Also, they're not level! Water pressure was good, the TV cable was iffy at best, wifi was ok. Check in was easy. On our way back home, we'll stay here again for a night.

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Stayed here overnight on our way to the Grand Canyon. Easy access to the highway and the GPS took us right there. We didn't use the showers, but wife peeked in. She said it looked nice, but there was only one. When we checked in, they couldn't find my reservation. The lady was apologetic and after producing my confirmation e-mail, we were good to go. The rate included a GS discount. Would have rated the park higher, but the roads are in poor condition. It made it dicey for walking the dogs at night without a flashlight. The cable service was limited, but we didn't need much for overnight. The Wi-Fi was weak, but could get e-mail. We would stay here again if in the area.