1 Park near Brookshire, Texas
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Basically it seems everyone lives there and no regards to the rules posted. We stayed there 2 weeks and only saw 6 spaces with activity. The space across from us, the owner had a fifth wheel, his company truck, his truck, a trailer, and a boat! People are walking through your site as a shortcut, dogs tied up outside barking or not tied up at all. Rv's have gas cans, ladders you name it all cluttered around their site along with build in porches and lawn furniture. Looks like a place they would film cops.
Staff was polite on arrival. Rained really hard before arrival so I used wood to get our entry out of the mud.
Our picnic table faced our neighbors sewer with no bush or fencing. No screw in donuts, so a real pleasure.
No cable Tv, but had my own. WIFI is Tengo, strong but always having to log in over and over.
The roads are all gravel and activity all night long. Cars cut through vacant spaces so quite noisy like a large apartment complex. Will not stay here again. - rdmike
May 2015 - $35.00
When we decided to get through Houston on a Sunday, we call this RV park even though the other reviews said it was noisy. It's very easy on and off I-10 and very well kept. There is road noise but we've been in parks with a lot worse. Since it was hot we kept the AC running and really weren't bothered by the noise. The roads are wide enough to make entry and exit easy. - dickens
Dec 2014 - $33.00
This park is right next to the interstate and there was an unpleasant amount of road noise. Wifi is via Tengo which was hard to set up, but worked okay, not great, once you got it going. There were many long-term residents, but I didn't see that as a problem. The management didn't give me a particularly good feeling, nothing overt, but they made me feel like I was inconveniencing them when I asked questions about toll roads, making reservations, and long term storage.
Overall, it was okay for an overnight stop, but I'd look elsewhere if I intended to stay longer. - ghopgd