2 Parks near Arlington, Texas
Sep 2015 - $40.00
Spent three nights here. The entire campground slopes from South to North. If you face North, you will be low in the front, opposite for facing South. Some spaces slope more than others. I used two 2x12 boards on the front to get close to level. Had worse in my travels. Park is satisfactory. Perms all seemed friendly and we had no issues. Big dog runs with grass, one for small and one for large breeds. Water pressure and power all good. Paved roads and gravel sites and grass between sites. Close to I-20 and fine for an over night or longer. Easy to maneuver in our 40' MH with a toad. The entry driveway is a little tight. If you are long, take a lane and a half on the approach to give you more turning room. Let the cars honk. We would stay here again. - Jake21
Aug 2015 - $48.00
My rate reflects a 15% discount. Considering the cost, not exactly a great park. Many of the long term spots are cluttered, with several right up at the front of the park with residential window unit air conditioners, bright (gaudy) colored LED light strings on patios, etc... The pool area is great. Park is well lit at night, but almost to the point of being too bright.
My gravel spot was fairly level side-to-side, but had to drop 4-5" on the front to get level that direction. Scraped my air conditioner and skylights on tree limbs. The limbs were not trimmed in the 4 days we were there as I had immediately requested on pulling in. If we had gotten a good wind while we were there, I have no doubt they would have damaged my roof.
Spot had a concrete patio, picnic table, and BBQ pit. Good location, easy to get anywhere in the metro area. - rm0852
Apr 2015 - $42.00
The only reason why I didn't give this park a 10 is because of some "longer-term" residents who could spruce up their site, and who leave for work very early in the morning. Other than that, this park is perfect, beginning with the folks in the office. Wonderful people who love their job. (Maybe they own the park?) The park is in the city of Arlington, between Fort Worth and Dallas, but far enough removed from the roads that's it's pretty quiet. We were bumped up to a premium patio site with table, chairs, fireplace and a swing. Came for one day but stayed for 2. - Voyageurs
Jun 2015 - $42.00
Very nice older park. Lots of trees, very close to shopping, good restaurants, and entertainment in Arlington. Close enough to Fort Worth to see things there. Interior roads are paved, although there are some places that need repair. The sites are gravel; ours was close to level. During the heat of the day when everyone was running their air conditioner, the voltage at the pedestal dropped to around 114. We have stayed at this park before and will stay there again when we are in the area. - barrettjl
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Have stayed at this park many times. Was a bit run down this time. They were working on improvements and improving the roads through out park. Would stay again. In middle of the city and does have a lot of shade when in this area during the summer. During the summer months in Arlington, TX you need trees. - dfw
Apr 2015 - $40.00
We love this park. Lots of trees and birds singing and a ton of shade. It is close to anything you could wish to do-lots of shopping and restaurants nearby. It is a quiet have in the middle of town. - Patmo13