We were here for three nights and they were having their flea market days. It rained off and on but the concrete pads were clean and level. You can not do anything about the rain and the mud that comes with the rain. Nose from the freeway is very audible as the overpass foundation rubles every time a big truck passes over, which is constant. The city of Winnie is very friendly and small. The campground utilities worked great except the water pressure is very high. We had to use two regulators to be safe. The owners were friendly and helpful and all in all this was a very acceptable campground, especially the price. Pricing at the flea market was something else. High prices for mostly made in China Walmart stuff or inflated prices for homemade knock knacks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We never saw anyone as the office was closed from Friday thru Sunday morning when we left. Concrete pull through pads were adequate and required only a little leveling. The grass sites without pads would not be very good if the weather was bad like our weekend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice people running this fair ground, now used for Flea market one week per month. They over night camping or long term, however must remember it is not a RV park. Close to highway I-10 with fast food within walking distance of the grounds. Most of the sites are very old, the pull thru sites are new with updated utilities. It makes a good over night stop after a long day of driving. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small but nice and clean RV park that is situated behind the Inn Suites. The lanes and sites are paved. The sites are level and even front to back and left to right. This seems to be a workers campground though the more permanent sites are neat and not trashy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park sits behind the motel in front but is separated by a grassy area. There are concrete pads for the RV's and grassy areas between each RV that are well kept. Full strength Wi-Fi does reach to the pad sites and a password is required for access. Easily the best bargain in town as others do not have wifi available and are either all grass or dirt pads. The only down note is there are no showers or restrooms available to RV travelers however there is an laundry room on site. Easy reached just off I-10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Concrete pads, restrooms and such are in the attached motel, what we saw of that was very nice and clean. We just got our 40 foot MH with a Grand Cherokee on the site. No fun here for kids but for overnight or a base of operations it would be fine. We only stayed overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This "park" is really a field with hookups at the rear of a motel. Every site is pull-thru. They advertise a WiFi system in the Trailer Life directory, but it doesn't actually reach the park -- you have to sit in the lobby to use it. The receptionist sits behind bulletproof glass, which gives the traveler in an aluminum-skinned RV a warm feeling. They have no restrooms or showers for campers, much less a pool. Campers can use the laundry room, which is a small, mosquito-infested closet (one washer, one dryer, and the dryer actually vents INSIDE the room). It was an adequate and economical "place to park" for a single night on the way to a better destination, but that's about it. Next trip through, I'll be looking for somewhere else. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.