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Hickory Creek COE

Lewisville, Texas

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We have camped at this park many times over the year. Now that we full time, we like to stay here at least once in a while while in town for old-time's sake. This park is a gem. The grounds are maintained, but not's a state park. But it's still close to town, if you need supplies. During the week it's nice and peaceful, over the weekends lots of activity! The sites are spacious and pretty level. There is a view for every taste, some waterfront, some more wooded. Our rate is based on the Senior Pass.

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This is our "home" park when we come to Dallas to visit friends and take care of our doctor visits. It's convenient to shopping and highways to get to where you need to go. This is a pretty simple property. It's got a clean laundry room. Everything is maintained well, the grounds are simple, but neat. There are two downsides to this RV Park, for us. One is the lack of a safe storm shelter (we had some severe weather while we were there and went to the local WalMart). The other is the lack of drainage (when there is heavy rain, there are often large puddles to wade through.) The roads are nicely paved and the sites have nicely packed gravel. Our price is based on the monthly rate plus electric/water. We will definitely stay here again.

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Rate is based on four weeks, electric is extra. Because we are Urban RVers, and not campers, this is perfect for us. Within walking distance of several great places to eat. Lots of shopping within a short walk or drive. It's within minutes of the Kemah Boardwalk with more upscale eating. Lots of attractions within a short drive (less than an hour, with traffic). There are a couple things that might be cons to some, but didn't bother us much. There were several families with young children, but they were very well behaved. The sites were pretty close together, but since we weren't camping, we didn't care. The biggest con for us was the lack of enforcement of the parking rules. Because the sites were close, and some people had more than one vehicle, often people ended up being halfway into the street. Made for a lot of blind-spots for walkers. The staff was very nice and helpful, but we are pretty easy to please. All in all, though this is a great place as a home base for seeing the sites of the Houston Galveston area.