Date of Stay: October, 2016
We stayed here for a month, thus the $10 a night plus elec. We have stayed here on and off for 15 years. Problem, the owners are in their 90's and have no clue. The sites were overgrown with weeds, the workcamper's say problems are not their concern. Seems the owners are more interested in having rally's rather than having Winter Texans. The residents and rally folks have no respect for speeding in the park, thus the dirt/dust is ridiculous. The owners are really nice folks, but due to their age, the Park has gone downhill. This is a established Park with gravel roads and gravel sites. Problem is there has been no control of the sand burrs and walking a pet or just walking in the park you track the burrs into your RV. Years ago, they sprayed for the weeds, but not now.
Date of Stay: September, 2016
We have been coming to Bandera for years. Wanting to check out a new park we drove out to Antlers. You drive in on a one way road to a building that is something out of a movie. Large, beautiful, kinda something you would see in the mountains of Montana. But from there, across the street is the "activities" building and then on down the one way road is the cabins and then the campground. Everyone has to drive thru the campground to exit the property. The campground sites are close to each other, gravel, not level, too narrow and too short. We decided to not stay. To get to the pool from the campground you have to drive out the exit, then turn back in toward the office to reach the pool. Whoever laid it out??
Date of Stay: July, 2016
This is our 3rd year to stay here. Almost 3 months this year and on the list for next year. If staying for a month or more you really need to make a reservation a year in advance. They do have a week here and there you might get in. We have guest speakers on Wednesday, Pot Luck dinners on Saturday, Church Service on Sunday, and usually on Tuesday or Thursday a Jeep ride or a dirt road ride for those with out a Jeep. Model airplanes fly every morning in the calm still air. Fishing is close by and a boat is not needed. Walking, hiking, river rafting, biking, gun range, golf are close by. The ladies have stitch and bitch most every day. This is a place where folks come back year after year. The cool mornings and pleasant afternoons make this a perfect place for summer.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
Long pull thru,s Great office staff, close to casino...great prices.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
A Adult ONLY RV Park owned by the city of Gunnison. You have to make reservations a year or 2 in advance. Most folks come in for a month a time. MANY repeat customers every year. Social hours weekly, Friday nite pot luck dinners with guest speakers from the local area. Weekly off road trips lead by the manager's. Some trips are Jeep only, some are just dirt road most cars could do. The showers and bath rooms are cleaner than your house. They open mid May/close late September. Rate I used is monthly divided by 30. Single nite rate will be higher. The sites are side by side parking in the middle of the park with each site having a nice grass area and aspen trees. The sites around the edge are back in with grass in the rear of the sites. Two dog run areas, one for small dogs and the other for larger dogs. Fun to watch the dogs play every afternoon and the cows next door come to touch noses with the dogs thru the fence.
Date of Stay: December, 2014
We stayed for 2 weeks in August, 2014. Stopped for a week and ended up staying 2. We love the 55+. There are a lot of return folks and we signed up for 2 months in 2015. The hosts are excellent. A nice covered area for pot lucks. The pull-thru sites are large enough for the largest rigs.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
Our 3rd winter there. As mentioned, lots of things to do both in the park and in the surrounding area. Mexico is about 6 miles away. The back-in sites have concrete pads that are 44' x 18'. If you can not back into a pad this big... The RV section, being in a separate section, is a big plus. A club house, laundry, paved streets, low level lighting, a gated entrance make this a great place to spend the winter.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This is a city park at the rodeo arena. There is electric only, but there are only three 50A sites. There is a dump/water site. You have to go by Whites IGA grocery to get a key to unlock the electric box, pay $20 deposit, return key in morning, and get your change back. #26 and #36 have "some" shade. The sites are not level, grass, and full of sand burrs. The roads are dirt. However, it is quite and worked for a overnight stop. Is really for the locals with horse trailers and living quarters, as they use it quite a bit. We would use it again.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
The RV spots are connections in a large gravel area. Is pretty level. We were 69 feet double towing and had no problems pulling into a site. The layout of the sites is quite different, but it works. They have a few permanents. A good overnight spot. We heard no road noise or any thing else. Good cable. The owner's Mom runs the office. Be patient.