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I stayed here two times passing through the area for the holidays. Both times, the office staff was great and the stay was quiet with no issues encountered. Gravel entry, driveways and parking areas with grass between sites. There appear to be some long term residents in place, but no trash or the appearance of old trailers notable. Connections were good and no issues with water/power. No freeway noise noted and no activity apparent during our overnight stays. Very little in the area of the park unless you go south to the coast. I would return again if necessary based upon my visits.

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A nice park on the east side of Austin. Easy in and out of the park with plenty of pull through sights with easy connections mid ship. No issues with power or water. The park was in the middle of landscaping/construction and equipment was in use during our visit. Nothing intrusive and noise did not start until 830 am. No noise noted through the night. No security gate noted. Park does not appear to be old and was fairly full during our January visit. I made the reservation the afternoon of the visit for that night with no issues encountered. I would return to this park again.

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Gravel drives and parking spots. Trees throughout the park, but not so many to be an issue regarding navigation to enter/exit or setup. Good power and water with no connection issues. You can keep your toad attached and not extend into the driveway. The office left after hours check in at the office doorway with instruction for the assigned parking space. Office staff was accommodating and no issues were notable. Not a resort, but convenience of location to the Fredericksburg downtown area.

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A very clean park on the south side of I-10 highway, near Mesilla and a large collection of retail/shopping. Easy in and out with pull throughs noted within the center of the park. The second gate on the right is the entry. A very nice office (SW/New Mexico motif) with a collection of salsas and wall art also for sale within. A heated spa (year 'round). Nice office staff, no issues with water/power or neighbors. Noise was minimal from the road. No apparent long term residents and no trash noted around the park. Worth a repeat visit.

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The park is marketed as a resort, but does not have the appearance of one. Nice people, but the park appearance is rather aged and may have previously been marketed for long term residents with a collection of mobile homes also found on site. Front desk was very nice and helped with a car battery issue we encountered during our visit. Parking spaces are not angled (straight in, or 90 degree) and require extra care to enter/exit and driveways are not particularly wide. Power and water was good with no issues encountered. I would return if I was in a smaller rig (possibly a 30 ft), but a 40+ ft is not the easiest fit at this park.

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Our second visit to this park, also in winter. As the name indicates, its on a hill, located on the west side of town, north of the I10 freeway and off the frontage road. Nice people (on the phone, never seen in person, as we have been late check in's both times), with our reservation information provided by phone and our after hours documentation left at the desk outside the office. Our space for the night was toward the rear of the park and near others that were only there for the night. The park can get breezy due to its location (and cold during the winter). As we have only been winter guests, the pool in the area has never personally been used and the enclosed buildings never entered. The power is strong/steady and never over/under voltage (we are 50 amp) and the water has never frozen (and is protected with insulation to prevent it from happening). Landscaping is minimal (west Texas normal) and predominately brown in color. We did see a collection of wild rabbits pass in front of use upon entry, but no other wildlife was noted (nor heard). Easy entry/exit into the park and parking spots. Nightly rate is normally $30, but they provide a $3 discount for cash.

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Our third stay at this park, with rain again in the local area as found the two times previous. Luck I guess. Front desk was great as always, friendly, accommodating, taking our reservation and leaving the space details on the door for after hours check in. No issues with power, water or issues with connections at our spot. Make sure to check for your name on the after hours check in brochures left by the office. Others may take your spot by mistake if they are not paying attention. If so, take one left that does not have a name. Rain does make parking/connecting an issue, as the place gets rather muddy as a result. The park is convenient to the highway exit and does not have security after dark (but is well lit within). No trash or trashy units notable and so far has been a good experience.

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We spent a week in the park shortly after Hurricane Matthew hit the area. The nightly rate is based upon the $245.00 weekly rate. No problems encountered during our stay, which included great weather after the storm passed through. The power, water, and dump connections worked fine and power/water were found steady/reliable. The cable tv works good, but the picture is low quality and probably works best on an older TV and not the new flat screens. The wifi is ever present, but slow, slow, slow and you would do better with your own internet access as we were with a Verizon card. Space around the site was comfortable with grass and a paved spot for your rig. The front of the park appears to be primarily for travel trailer use and the rear for larger rigs. But they are scattered around and it is not exclusively one or the other. The pull through spots are quite long and you will not have to disconnect your trailer, tow dolly or toad if you don't want to. The office staff were fine and easily accommodated our needs (which were few).

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My visit was just after Hurricane Matthew went through the area. The staff were great, accommodating my 40 ft MH in an area that had already been cleared of debris. Rustic surroundings, gravel parking spot with some grassy areas. Power was fluctuating because of power line work in the area, but phone service (signal) and internet were bad. Others I spoke with in the park stated they had spent prior visits there and it was better, so maybe the storm affected the communication services. Nice location south of Daytona, close to the water (10 min) and an easy find from I-95.

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Your paying for location on this property. Near the Grand Ole Opry property and convenient to the freeway exit. This is a well kept location, with very nice parking spots with chairs, tables, benches, concrete spots and paver patios. Well groomed landscaping and shade below the well placed trees. Power/water were great, no issues with noise from the road or neighbors, but the wifi (which is free), was slow to non existent during our stay. They have multiple connect points throughout the park, so maybe they were having an off day (for three days). Staff was great, even leading your rig to the parking spot and asking if you need assistance with connecting. Flat parking spot for our location, but some of the spots appear to be quite the task to back into (mine was a pull through) with a pretty steep climb to get into the space provided. If your 40 feet or more and have a toad / trailer, you will be directed to their premium spots due to length. The spots may be well landscaped, but parking is still very limited and the roads are narrow within the entire park. This is a better extended stay location than an overnight due to space constraints.

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Simple park on the east side of I75 and just south of the freeway exit that includes abundant shopping for food/restaurants. Regardless of the location, which is just off a frontage road, it was relatively quiet with no problems encountered within the park. Dump connection is relatively far away from the water/electric supply and required backing up to connect before we left. Otherwise, power/water were good. I tried the bathrooms and found them clean with a homey decorated office to check in / out. Staff was friendly and walked me to the site location that was available (pull through) directly behind the office and was fine for a 40 foot motorhome and toad. I would return for another night, as the location is not really a destination area, but is perfect for an in route stop. Gravel sites with a picnic table provided.

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Parks in the local area are few, but this will work for an extended stay, as its access to the parking areas is rather tight (poor planning), but is fine for a smaller rig (30 ft or less). Low tree limbs is not an issue, but dust due to gravel drives is probably the biggest problem. Quiet/family oriented atmosphere with a lake/riverfront on the property. Nice people, no issues encountered with neighbors and no road noise. Many long term tenants, no mobile homes and no trash noted. Had some problems with the 50 amp service, but the office was accommodating and remedied the issue with no drama. No documentation/receipts provided for the stay from the office. If I needed to visit the area again, I would return based upon our visit/experience.

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I had originally planned to use the park for an overnight stay, but a main engine starter failure upon arrival on a Friday night meant I was there until the following Monday to get another unit from the Birmingham supplier. The park didn't have a problem with the issue and repairs were completed ASAP. Nice staff, accommodated my repair issue with no drama encountered. Somewhat tight access for a 40'+ motorhome, but not bad and water/power was not an issue. The park is in Pelham, which is on the south side of Birmingham and is wooded, hilly and has some of the nicest/smiling people you would want to meet. These people appear to like where they live and what they do, because they are about as happy as they could be. A definite return recommendation.

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Very nice park, but located in a tight/close neighborhood that you have to drive through to access. The parking spot size is nice, concrete and provides more space for parking your car/trailer/whatever at the location with room to spare. But there is little space between the concrete spots with some grass in between. There is no visual / scenic aspect to the park, as it is essentially a well taken care of parking lot with trees around its perimeter. Well maintained with no issues to identify. The park itself is pretty quiet, but there is a train track installed on the north side that is also elevated (read noisy) with trains that run at night. This is my second choice of a park (a strong #2) in the local area, due to its strengths and not its shortcomings (which are few). Office staff was great, provide the necessary documentation on the property. Don't forget the code they provide for the bathrooms, showers and laundry (otherwise you won't get in).

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This is a county/city park that was originally in wet land and now has been repurposed as an RV park with a lake. It is on the NW edge of St Louis and just off highway 370. Quiet, spacious and practically new (2011), with great power/water supply. Paved access and gravel parking spots. Picnic tables and fire ring/BBQ grill in each area. This is a nice park, but probably not considered to be a resort. Day/night security and lighted for driveway access. If your visiting St Louis, this is one of two parks that we have used that we would return to (but would be our first choice). Good for an overnight or weeks/months.