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I guess we were the 4th rig to stay at this new RV park. It was mentioned to us at the Flying J down the road. It has been raining in East TX for several days and what we thought was wet ground turned out to be deep east TX red gooey clay. I stepped out of the MH and sunk down 3" into the quicksand. We had to take off our sneakers and walk in the mud. Whoever designed this park had had experience with towables. The sewer inlet and water/pedestal were located towards the rear of the long pull-thru. The landing pad is in the wrong place for a MH with a toad to park. I'm sure when the grass is laid it'll be great. The 50 amp plug was defective and so was the site next to it. My 30 amp adapter was put into use. The rep on duty, Lance Martin, was very helpful and even brought us a wood pallet and carpet remnant for a landing pad. If you are pulling a toad, you should unhitch at the office if you want to utilize the pad. When they get their amenities and grass, it'll definitely be a great park. We would return.

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We only stayed overnight & were impressed by the friendliness and efficiency of the staff. Our receipt and papers were already filled out & waiting for me when we arrived and were escorted to our site. Second row but a good view of the river and barges. Only problem we had was electrical. I wanted a hot shower but with the 2 ACs on, the fridge, & the TV, the breaker switch popped when I turned on the hot water heater. The plug-in voltage reader was just barely in the green. N0 problems with tree limbs or bad roads as has been previously mentioned. Not an easy off and on but a good place to overnight if needed. Definitely would stay here again if in the area.

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We were overnighting in Austin to visit our daughter and preferred to use a park affiliated with PA. Site was ok with shrubs on both sides for privacy. Gravel pad with a table. No road noise but no cable and satellite was blocked by trees. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Verizon works good in this town. When departing, able to get on I35 North without any difficulties and get on with our trip. Turns are tight but can be made. Roads are narrow with cars parked close to edge.

     

I-35 RV Park

Waco, Texas

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Here for a rally. Good park for a short stay although there are many permanent residents. Not much to offer but they do have a free, full breakfast every morning prepared by very friendly volunteers. No charge but leave a nice tip. There is a sign for a fitness room but we didn 't use it. There is a resident there who is an RV Mobile Technician named Paul who has very reasonable rates and helped me out with a leaking coolant problem. Roads are paved but sites are dirt, gravel, or sand, with some grass, No cable but satellite came in very well. Park has a nice rally room with kitchen. Would probably stay here again if in area.

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The entrance is a steep climb which will cause your drop-down hitch extension to scrape the concrete no matter how slow you drive. There are potholes in the streets but you can avoid them if carefull. Sites are long and wide but grass was overgrown and weeds in the firerings. Rally room was adequate with a fridge, sink, and microwave available. Very scenic with a hospitable staff providing an escort to your site.

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We stayed the month and received the monthly discount (I hope). Site was clean, grassy & mowed frequently. Had at least 1 or 2 events each week and open to all. People were friendly especially the office staff. Didn't use their wi-fi but our Verizon worked well. Cable was good. Only problem were the frequent power outages when it got hotter. They didn't last very long, just an inconvenience.

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Be sure to check the electric voltage with your meter. I didn't and had to go through 3 breakers until I finally found what electrical items I could use or not use. We could either be cool or be entertained but not both. Good rate with PA (15.50)and easy in & out. Couldn't sit outside & enjoy the evening - too many flies. If we ever come through here again and need a place to overnight, we would stay here.

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Stayed here at a rally. Enjoyed our stay. Nice rec hall with a fishing pier. You can enter this park only northbound on 175 with a very sharp right turn. Caution - if on Loop 7 around Athens, use caution at the Highway 175/7 interchange as the 175 traffic does not have a stop sign and there is a lot of traffic on 175.

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All concrete roads, pads & patios with a table & BBQ grill. Grass between sites well kept. Friendly & helpful office staff. Some quick right turns to get to your site but manageable. Located far enough off I-10 so there is no freeway noise. Good Sam discount available.

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We over-nighted here and even tho it is only 1/4 mile off the I-10 freeway, we couldn't hear any road noise. The trees muffled the sound. Nice, spacious sites with gravel roads and didn't notice any dust.No concrete pads or patios, closely mown grass only with some caliche runways. Many long termers in residence and I would advise anyone to call ahead for a res. Cash or check only. We will definitely stay here again while passing through.

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We stayed 4 nights and enjoyed our stay. Place is out in the boondocks but worth the trip if you like a spacious site with quiet surroundings. Too cool to swim and the hot tub was being worked on. Construction going on adjacent to the clubhouse but noise not a problem. Had a lakefront site and enjoyed a cool breeze across the lake. Lake is catch & release and 1 fisherman was getting some bites. Staff was efficient & friendly and grounds were well-kept. Didn't use the golf course but rates seemed reasonable.

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We like to stay here because it is very easy to get to except for the slight detour around the hotel in front. Very friendly work campers taking care of the place with site escort service. Would give it a 10 if PA available all week.