2 Parks near Arlington, Texas
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Spacious sites, plenty of large pull-thrus. It's the bleak midwinter today but yesterday was in the 70s and people actually in the pool.
Cable good, wifi the usual slow affair but free. Two decently sized dog runs; one for large and the other for small dogs.
Busy - looks like there is a fair mix between long term stays and temporary guest like us but it has been quiet. There is a gate and you need an access code at night. - Clmhq
Nov 2015 - $54.00
Stayed 3 days. Even though you are in the middle of Arlington, as usual for KOA, it seems like you are out in the country. Site was pull-through and slanted high in front so rear and left side needed blocks to make it level. Site had a grill, picnic table and patio. It was gravel and seemed a little short for my 36' camper and truck. Cable was great. WiFi was a little slow and not constant. Staff were very friendly. Office had a well supplied store but maybe a little high in price. When you approach, you must swing wide to the right. The entrance really needs to be widened, but doable. Showers/restrooms and laundry were very clean and operable. Two dog runs, one for large and one for small. Very secure. Gates closed at 7pm and a code was necessary. There are several permanent sites but the occupants were friendly. No problems with noise or parties. Will return. - G W
Oct 2015 - $42.00
Clean and well maintained park with wonderful amenities. Their pool is beautiful and their laundry facilities are excellent. Their office has an convenience store with RV necessities. The sites are a bit slanted either to the back or front of your RV so you have to make up for it with lots of leveling jack action. The site was adequately large for my 38 foot Fifth Wheel and Dually long bed truck. They use Tangonet as their WIFI provider so it isn't good. I ended up using my own Verizon WIFI to get a constant connection. - Chuck Forester
Dec 2015 - $42.00
Very quiet and convenient to many areas, shopping, attractions and restaurants. Pricing is a little high for winter especially knowing what they charge their full timers. The staff is very helpful and access is about average. We would stay here again. - slideone
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Our site was a level gravel pull through with concrete patio, concrete sidewalk, tall shade trees, picnic table, good electric, water, sewer, wifi and in the lower part of the park. Cable was available with a cable box but over-the-air channels worked fine. Small fenced dog park in upper part of park, Private rest rooms with showers. Many people seem to leave their coaches there for use on football weekends so getting a spot without advance reservations was very iffy. Very quiet midweek. Washers were $1.50, Dryers were $1.25 for 45 minutes+. Bargain rate was with Passport America membership. - Markk
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Staff was excellent. We were stopped in Texarkana while hurricane Patricia tore across Texas. They continued to hold our reservation and move the days as we waited. Park is older with lots of oak trees, which are pretty, but this time of year they pelted our coach all night. Park layout seemed confusing but we were escorted to our location. We are over 50' with tow vehicle so we were put on two sites. - Pennylee