The location is what drew us to this campground. We did enjoy being in the middle of everything in Arlington; however, there is a big "but". The park is over run with long termers that don't keep their sites up well. The pool was a bit off-color and in need of a thorough cleaning. The shower/restrooms were not very clean and in desperate need of some repairs. Shower #2 was missing the shower head, #4 had almost no water pressure, and #5 had so much pressure it hurt (no flow adjustment on control knobs). We didn't try the cable. The WiFi worked really well but was not secured. - JWFlyFisher
Older park, layout nice, but needs upgrading. Laundry and baths/showers clean. Close to attractions, Shopping, and only 6 miles from baseball and football stadiums. Staff friendly and courteous. Lots of permanent residents in older units. Would recommend park, not the best, not the worst - Linda & George
This is a Big Park, no, I mean Really Big. And, it is full of long-term renters. I'd guess that 85% of the sites are occupied by non-weekend campers. That said, we got what we desired from this park. Big Rig compatible, full hook-ups, and a location that gave us access to The MetroPlex (Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington). This was a "get away" trip with one of our son's and his friend, both ages 13, so location to Six Flags, SpeedZone was priority. Don't stay here if you are looking for "the camping experience". It's just not a very appealing park by eye site. Maybe it was because we arrived in the middle of the night, but, I think they could do a better job of identifying the Park Entrance. The KOA store is out front with what appears to be driveways on either sides. Wrong. You'll get in a heap if trouble in a bigger RV if you choose incorrectly. Since the Park is located within the city and off of a busy major street, backing up, if you choose poorly, would be hazardous. Looking at the KOA Store the correct entrance is on your left. Because they have so many long term residents, the restroom-shower stalls stay active. We each have our unique reasons why we chose to use the parks facilities or our own. If you select the parks because you like the bigger shower stalls, you might want to re-think your options here. Their shower stalls are about the same size as what you rig has and each stall has its own personality and comes with its individualized shower head. Try them all out and pick your favorite. We did enjoy the dog area. Lots of dogs call this place "home". And the only other comment that I can think might provide some insight is the sites themselves. We have a large 40 foot with 5 slides. Because of the situation of the tree limbs extending over our site, we had to position a large branch in-between two of our slides or we would not have been able to extend them. This caused us to located our RV toward the front of our pull-through which put us out of reach to the site specific sewage. It's located in the far back of each site. The Dallas area really is in need of several more RV Parks to accommodate all the campers to this area. - stlucia
Stay was for 4 nights due to holiday and family in the area.
Rate was high due to holiday and events in area. Close to all in the city. Quiet. Have stayed here several times before when visiting the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Have stayed at other parks in the area and this is the best one by far. This park will always be our first choice when returning to this area. We were in a 38 foot motor coach. The staff is great. - dfw
I have stayed here before and park was really a nice place. I believe the park has changed hands, now part of a big corporation. The front is not welcoming, yucky, blah paint color, awning is torn and flags need replacing. I stayed on the "big rig" side. The road is like driving on a wash board country road. Really needs to be repaved. It appears they are turning park into permanent resident park. Lots of personal things in the yards, really looks junky. Park used to have lots of flowers, no longer. I did not see many people working there and the park reflects that neglect. Office staff not as friendly and helpful as in the past. Seemed too busy to help with questions. They do have new laundry machines. - PDL
I wouldn't call this a resort. Sites were crowded and not very level. Bath and showers were clean, but they need more of them. In a very nice area with plenty of facilities available (food, shopping, fuel). Everything is wooded, so there is plenty of shade. - russ1102