A real jewel for only $10 per night..$13 for 50 amp. Sites are gravel, level, and enclosed with a small fence. Fantastic park for overnight or a short stay. Park is easy access just off Hwy 75. Colbert, OK is about 10 miles north of Denison, TX and close to WalMart, best buy etc. This park is one of the best values we have found. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a shame I am not rating this park as an 8 or 9. This is a gorgeous park - mostly all new. Sites are very nice, with good utility locations. Price is reasonable. Now for the bad - TRAINS. There is a very busy and noisy main railroad line that runs right past the property. If very loud noise all night bothers you, consider staying somewhere else. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park with friendly management and people. The problem is the trains. They blow their horns all night. Once you're exhausted enough, you can sleep. Otherwise the park is a great place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a week stay. We stayed here in Dec 2010 also. It is a new park, opened in 2010. Park is very clean and well maintained. Restrooms and showers are spotless. Sites are very large (concrete pads) and spacious, can accommodate any size RV. The only reason I did not give it a "10", they don't have Wi-Fi at each site yet. Owner and staff are very friendly and helpful. Shopping is close by in Sherman, TX or Durant, OK. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park...only open for 9 months. The only problem is the trains. They go constantly all night long and this park is right next to the tracks. Concrete pads, table, fire pit and grass. Very nice restrooms and showers..walking distance to the Red River where you can fish. We won't be staying here again because of the trains and them blowing horn all night long. Too bad because it's a very nice park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park managers are extremely rude. There is a row of permanent campers near the office and they all receive special treatment. They are all very nosy and if you make a complaint of any kind they will tell you to leave. The washroom is a joke. There are so many rules. The only thing you can wash in the washers are clothes, no sheets, towels, blankets, strictly clothes. Even though the women's bathrooms are newly renovated, they smell like a high school boys locker room. The WiFi rarely works and the cable is constantly going out. You can only have one vehicle per space, but they don't have adequate parking for the extra vehicles. Kids are welcome as long as they don't have to look at them. No bike riding unless you want to be scolded. The playground was probably built in the 70's, and other than a coat of paint here and there, no updates or new equipment added. The drive was is lethal if you have a small vehicle. They tried to patch up the potholes by filling them with the broken pieces. Can definitely pop a tire. If you are here longtime and have something shipped here good luck on getting your package. The manager conveniently misplaces them. We will never stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
This campground is easily accessed from US 69/75. The roads are rather narrow, but we had no problem getting in and out of the site. Sites are not narrow, and we had plenty of room for slide-outs. The only negative about the park was that it was slightly unkempt, with small pieces of paper trash around the sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our site was located directly behind the service center but there was little noise or traffic. The park was clean and trash picked up regularly. Friendly owners. Lots to see and do at neighboring cities within a few miles each direction. We downgraded because of a large fire ant colony at our site and smoking in the men's bathroom despite signs, although owners were aware of the long-term tenant(s) responsible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We saw 107 spaces, of which 30 are for overnight motorhome full hook ups. Separated by a couple hundred feet are the full time residents mostly in newer looking trailers. Overnight spaces are farthest from Hiway 75/69. Roads are all paved, pullouts are gravel except for 8 pull thrus on concrete slabs. Water, 50 amp service, sewage and cable TV are all available. Sites all looked pretty level and all were pull thrus. Hired help was friendly. Propane and dumpstation service was available. Behind an RV sales lot with parts and RV repair service available. Sales are mostly trailers, bumper pulls and fifth wheels. Signs said it was under new management. Sales help was attentive and friendly. All trailers were open and prices posted. Oak, pecan, redbud and other trees on the sites. Wild flowers were in bloom when we were there. Squirrels, robins, mocking birds, sparrows, doves and blackbirds gave that "country" feel. Pool (closed when we were there), playground, pet run, rec room and a lightly stocked store were found. Whole area was mowed including the pet run. With the air conditioner on low we couldn't hear the Hiway sounds or distant train whistles. No WiFi was available. Cell phone service was maximum strength so a laptop "air" card would work. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent RV park, located near the Denison Dam of Lake Texoma just off US 69/75. We actually stayed there about 4 times, and we were treated real nice. Even the time we showed up without a reservation, when they had a club there, they still put us up in a site that didn't have cable tv, but we didn't care. We would definitely stay there again. Very well maintained small park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is located off Hwy 69 and one can hear the traffic. Park is clean. Was disappointed that sites were not very level. Sites were grass & large. Used it as an overnighter and it was fine. Park is next to rv shop. They have a store, sell propane, laundry, playground for kids, lounge & rec room. We camped here in a Motorhome.