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I stayed at Treetops for the first time just before Christmas 2016. There are pros and cons, but overall I thought it was pretty nice and will likely stay there again. First the pros. It's in a great location. It's only a few minutes away from a major shopping/restaurant area, so it's easy to get to multiple places to eat or shop. Yet at the same time, the park is very quiet and feels more like a rural park, even though it's in the middle of a metropolitan area. The staff was also very friendly. Most of the people there are residents, so there are not many overnighters. But the locals are friendly and everything felt very clean. There are a lot of trees, which is both a pro and a con. The trees looks really nice and make it feel like a park, but the downside is I wasn't able to get any satellite reception (I have 2 different dishes on my roof, and neither one was able to get a signal). The main negative thing I would say is the park is a little difficult to navigate in a large rig (I have a 45' motorhome). Unfortunately, I didn't arrive until after dark, and I would definitely recommend trying to arrive during daylight hours if you're going for the first time. The park is pretty dark at night, and with the trees can be difficult to navigate in the dark. Overall, though, I recommend it to anyone staying in the Arlington area. It's close to all the major attractions in the area.

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We have stayed at Bushman's a couple of times when we're visiting the Tyler, TX area. I have found it to be one of the cleanest and best-maintained RV parks I've ever stayed at. It is far enough outside Tyler that you feel like you're in the country (there were cows grazing just outside the RV park fence), yet it's only about a 20 minute drive into Tyler. There is a nice indoor pool which my kids enjoyed. Probably my only complaint is that they only allow one vehicle with each RV, so if you're towing a 5th wheel or have a tow vehicle, that will be all your allowed to have. Any visitors will have to park out front and walk through the park to get to your site. For a small fee (I believe $5/day) you can park an additional vehicle. To be fair, I guess part of the reason the park looks so clean is that there aren't a lot of extra vehicles around to clutter things up. I stayed in a 45' motorhome and found that the site had plenty of space and all the hookups (including 50 amp power) were excellent. Overall, I thought the service was friendly and the park is very nice, so I recommend it. I will stay there any time I'm in that area.

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This was a very impressive park. It is exceptionally clean and well-maintained. Almost all sites are pull-through, and quite spacious. The pads and roads are all concrete, and the utility connections are all in great condition. There's a stocked fishing pond as well. On the night I stayed, I was told there was no reservation needed, so when I got there I just chose the site I wanted and pulled in. Since I arrived after hours I just left cash in an envelope at the office drop box. It's a little far from the main highways, but I thought it was worth driving a few miles. I would stay here again.

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I thought Musicland was a perfect place to stay if you want to be in the heart of the tourist activity in Branson. It is a short walk from the main drag, yet when you're at your RV you still feel like you're in nature. It is a very hilly park with a lot of trees, which I thought made it very pretty. Most sites are back-in, but they sent someone in a golf cart to lead me to my site and help me back in. I was in a 45' rig, and you definitely have to be careful making some of the turns, but it is doable. I thought all the staff I encountered were very friendly and helpful, and I thought the pool area was very nice as well. I would highly recommend this park when staying in Branson.

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I thought this was one of the nicer parks we have stayed at. It's about 1.5 miles off I-12, so it was convenient for an overnight stop. Many of the sites are pull-through, and all the sites are paved. We got in too late to use the pool, but it looked nice. The lake provides a very scenic setting. We would definitely stay here again.

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Overall, I thought Fort De Soto Campground was pretty cool, but I have a few complaints. First of all, we reserved a "water front" campsite. Technically our site backed up to the water, but there was a row of hedges that were about 7 feet tall that basically blocked the entire view of the water, so it was worthless. Secondly, I was there in a 45' big rig, and I would say this park is not really designed for a unit that size (although I called in advance and was told it would be fine). I didn't see any others that large, so if you have a big rig, go with caution. The roads and the sites are very tight for a large unit. My cousin was in the site next to us, and he had to go to a hardware store to buy a tool to trim some branches so he'd have enough room to put his slides out. Other than that, the restroom and shower facilities were clean enough, and the overall state park was pretty nice. We enjoyed our stay there, but I probably wouldn't go back in a big rig.

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I thought this was an excellent RV park. It is extremely clean and well-maintained. The sites are very large pull-throughs, which are a combination of grass and compact gravel. I believe they said each side is 100' long and 30' wide, which is great. Access from I-10 was very easy. All the facilities I saw were very clean. The only reason I gave 9 stars instead of 10 is because it doesn't have a pool or extra amenities like that. Be aware that they only take cash. No credit cards.

     

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Sandpiper RV Resort

Galveston, Texas

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I thought Sandpiper is an exceptionally nice RV park. It is very clean and well-maintained, and the concrete sites are level with adequate space between spots. The hookups are nice and clean, and well-located. Also, the staff was very friendly and helpful. We didn't swim at the pool, but I walked up and checked it out, and it looks very nice. They also have overflow hotel rooms that are only used if RV guests need extra room for their visitors, which is nice if you need it. I thought the location relative to the beach was perfect. It is a very short walk to Stewart Beach, yet it is just far enough away that you won't get tons of sand all over your rig. It's also in a great location to get to Pleasure Pier and all the tourist stuff that is located along Seawall Blvd. I will definitely stay here again any time I return to Galveston.

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This was our first trip to Big Bend, and I am so glad we stayed at Maverick Ranch. The park has a nice, open feel with large sites and level concrete pads. Many of the pull-through sites are arranged in alternating directions, which is perfect if you're traveling with someone else. Even if you're not, I thought the setup really encouraged socializing with your neighbors. The views are beautiful from the RV park, and there are short hiking trails right next to the park. The staff was friendly and very attentive. Also, the resort restaurant across the street had good food and amazing views. We will stay here again when we come back.

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We stopped here for an overnight stay during a trip out west. I thought it was perfectly fine for that purpose. It is extremely easy to access from I-10. The sites were level concrete pads with good connections. The staff was very friendly. Overall, the park seemed well-maintained with some nice common areas. However, my one gripe is that the sites were extremely close together (at least in the section where I parked). Because of that, I probably wouldn't want to do an extended stay there.

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We just came back from a 3 night stay at Travelers World, and I was pretty impressed. The surrounding area may look a little sketchy as you're driving there, but don't let that scare you away. The actual RV park is very clean and well maintained, and it felt very safe. I saw security people making the rounds in a golf cart fairly frequently. The pull through sites are gravel, but they are very level and plenty long for a big rig and towed vehicle. I was also impressed by the fact that they rake the gravel on each site after every time it gets used. They seem to take a lot of pride in the appearance of the park. The restrooms were also very clean. The people who work there are very friendly, and it is a great location to access downtown and the River Walk. We will definitely stay there again next time we go to San Antonio.

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We just came back from a 3 night stay at Travelers World, and I was pretty impressed. The surrounding area may look a little sketchy as you're driving there, but don't let that scare you away. The actual RV park is very clean and well maintained, and it felt very safe. I saw security people making the rounds in a golf cart fairly frequently. The pull through sites are gravel, but they are very level and plenty long for a big rig and towed vehicle. I was also impressed by the fact that they rake the gravel on each site after every time it gets used. They seem to take a lot of pride in the appearance of the park. The restrooms were also very clean. The people who work there are very friendly, and it is a great location to access downtown and the River Walk. We will definitely stay there again next time we go to San Antonio.

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I just came back from my first stay at Camelot in Lubbock, and I thought it was a really nice RV park. The pads are concrete and very level, with a large number of pull throughs. Utility and sewer connections were also easy to access and clean. There's a decent number of trees (at least by Lubbock standards), and a reasonable amount of space between pads. The staff in the office was very friendly and accommodating when I needed a little bit of a late checkout. The pool area seemed nice, though we didn't use it. It's quite a large park, with a lot of permanent residents, but most of the residents are toward the back of the park. The short term pads are near the front, and the front part of the park seems clean and well-kept. Some of the ones in the back were a bit junky looking, but as a short-term stay, you don't have to go back there. Overall, I enjoyed it, and I plan to stay here any time I come back to Lubbock.

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If you're looking for a nice place to stay to use the L'Auberge casino, pool, etc., I thought this was pretty good. There are 15 level concrete pads with some grass and trees in between. I thought it was a reasonable amount of space between pads so it didn't feel too crowded. It has 50 amp power and water with nice, clean hookups, but there is no sewer hookup at the pad. There is, however, a dump station onsite. The weekend rate we paid was $50/night, but that includes use of the pool, which is actually much nicer than I had expected. It's about a 5 minute walk to the hotel/casino entrance, but if you call the valet stand they will send someone in a cart to take you if you don't want to walk. All employees I encountered were very friendly. Be aware there is free parking around the perimeter of the RV area, so you can dry camp if you want to. There are also several buses and 18-wheelers that park there, creating some extra noise. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and will definitely go again.

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This park is about 5 or 6 miles off the interstate in a very secluded area. While it is pretty and peaceful, I would have liked it better if the pull-through site I had was either concrete or gravel. Instead, all the sites I saw were strictly grass. Since it had just rained hard before we arrived, the roads in the park were pretty messy, and by the time we left my RV was quite a mess both inside and out. My auto-leveler seemed to work okay, but I was a bit worried about it being on squishy wet grass. The staff I met was friendly. He checked us in when we arrived, and led us to our site. I probably wouldn't stay here again though, primarily because of the grass sites.