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This is a small campground in the middle of corn country. We needed a spot with full hookups for one nite and this met our needs. Right on the side of the road but traffic was minimal. Good Verizon service. Good TV reception over the antenna. Owner very friendly.

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Another beautiful COE Campground. Site 159 had a Great Lake view lakeside. Electric only was a downside. Got a satellite view for TV. Verizon 4G LTE worked well. Long site with picnic table on slab and fire pit. Another trailer on one side only which was great. Would definitely return.

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Very pretty lakeside campground. Partial or full hookups in a tree like setting. We choose site #73 high on a hill backed up to some pretty woods. Roomy site with neighbors nearby but nothing in back of us. Small store in park with basic camping needs. Would definitely stay here again.

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Great COE Campground. Loved the view of the lake, the price for seniors, the spaciousness. No Verizon cell service at all. Large concrete pad, covered picnic table, fire ring, full hookups. Would definitely stay again.

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Pretty little park on the edge of Fredericksburg, TX. Nice personnel at checkin. Interesting array of campsites. Some you're backed up to your neighbor. I'm talking within a few feet. We had site 28 that allowed us either backin or horizontal to the road. Worked out well. Full hookups. Cable. Close to airport with some plane noise but fun to watch. Good Verizon 3G. Would definitely stay again.

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Great little State Park tucked into a valley surrounded by mountains. Zero cell service. Satellite worked well for TV. We had a site in the sun with water and electricity. It was just ok. Great view of mountains where we saw goats one day. Fun side trips to McDonald Observatory (reserve in advance for Star Party), Ft Davis (The Drugstore for lunch), Marfa Lights, etc.

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Hugh (1800 sites) RV Park in the middle of town. Easy check in, nice personnel. Even had a knock at our door with a welcoming committee. That was a first. Every activity and amenity you can image. The park was a hugh maze. Was convient for why we were in the area. Expensive for short term stays. Would stay again for a day or two.

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After 2 years on the road, I rate this the best "RV Park" we've stayed in. Nice big pull through sites with full hookups. Well payed out. Lots of amenities, great personnel. We were going to stay 3 days but ended staying a week. Looked at State Park nearby but preferred this park to that. Metered electricity. Out in the middle of nowhere. We loved that. If we were going to winter in one park for any length of time, this would be my first choice so far.

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This is basically a big gravel, dirt lot with a few small trees. Personnel great very friendly. All services worked well. Attached to small motel with cafe, small store, gift shop and laundry. Good location to visit Big Bend and everything around. Verizon 3G worked okay. Crazy dust storm when the wind blew. Full hookups sold us for a week. Might have liked to stay in park if only for a couple of days. Bring your passport and do Boquillas trip. My highlight of trip.

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Good for an overnite going east or west. Gravel with a few shade trees. Easy pull thru. Verizon 3G okay. Shower and bathroom a little funky but serviceable. Trains in the back and semis in front could make for noisy stay but cold enough to keep windows closed. Would stay again if traveling through.

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The full hook up sites are C-loops pull thrus all in a row. Most need leveling and the hook ups are on wrong side. Found nothing attractive about this set up. The electric sites only seemed a little better laid out. Same arrangement but more foliage. Park WiFi okay. Verizon 4G LTE had 2 bars. Satellite TV had a clear shot. We're here to bird and on way to Big Bend. Don't miss Salineno. Ask office for directions. Fun birding experience.

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Texas State parks are a great bang for the buck. We stayed in the wooded area and were very pleased with size of site, bathroom facilities, and overall all features of the park. We had "Bird Hosts" 2 spots down from us who invited all to sit in their site anytime to watch the activity at their feeders. We took two birds walks with the park hosts that were most informative. The sites next to the water looked nice but we were warned about all the salt spray on your unit. Had decent Verizon LTE service and got a shot to satellites with our Tailgater. Will definitely return to this park.

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One of the nicest parks we've stayed in within the past two years on the road. Great bicycleing, hiking, bird watching and camping. Some of the sites are hugh. Good satellite reception in our open site but Verizon 3G slow. Will definitely be back. Try and bring all the groceries you need. Stores a drive away. Great personnel at the desk. Buy a yearly pass if you're going to be in Texas more than 10 days.

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Stayed here one night traveling west. Large state park with lots of amenities. We were in small pull through so we didn't have to unhook for the nite. Very open site with good Verizon LTE service and lots of channels over antenna. You can see the bridge going into New Orleans from the campground. We didn't do that but would consider in future. Think I would choose a back in site in this section in the future. Would back up to woods for more privacy.

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Older Park with few pull through for short term and mostly older long term or Mobil homes. Cable, WiFi, utilities worked well for us. Only here for Mayo Clinic visit and to visit friend. Just a place to park and not "camp." Bathrooms old but functional. Check in personnel very pleasant. Over nites in first row right next to busy road. With windows closed and a/c or heat on, noise kept at minimum.