6 Parks near Bryan, Texas
Nov 2015 - $34.00
So very clean. Concrete pad, concrete patio, paved roads, grass strip between sites. Fairly close spacing to neighbor and neighbors sewer hose. Clean and spacious private toilet/sink/shower rooms. Good wifi, electric, water. Cable tv requires a cable box supplied by the park. We're used to connecting the box ahead of our coach cable system with two long cables through a slightly opened window to the cable box without messing with the cables connected to the tv. No picnic table. No fenced dog park. Many A&M fans leave their coaches here so call ahead for reservations. Very helpful Manager with important information. Some road noise but not bad. Rate was with Good Sam discount. - Markk
Aug 2015 - $22.00
The rate posted is for a week stay. The site I was in was a pull through with full utilities. A free cable box is issued at check-in, which I did not hook up. Free secure WIFI is available with good reception. The laundry has a coded entry with two working washers and three dryers. Verizon work well. The owner or assistant is in the office from 9 am to 5 pm Mon - Fri. They are friendly and accommodating although you are not assisted to your site. The park is well kept and seems to be very clean. Long sites not too level and very narrow, my awning on a 31' fifth wheel almost touched the next rig's slide out. There is a small concrete pad that should be where the man door is. Because of the water hook up I am too far back so I step out on grass. Water pressure seems high. The small swimming pool seems to be really clean. No picnic tables and no trees. This park is at the corner of two fairly major highways with the accompanying noise. The park entry or exit is on Colson Drive and there is a coded exit onto US Highway 190/TX State Highway 6. - annc
Jun 2015 - $34.00
Early afternoon arrival so easy trip through town to great location on 6 and 21. Colson St. could have been wider, but, that is not park's fault. Narrow road, so be prepared. Park roads great and pads level. Ours was set to favor a motorhome I think but we fit well. Power and TV cable are at the very back, so, have long cord if yours is midship. Noise from Highway 6 is minimal and TV was recently scrambled causing issuance of a descrambler provided. It connects as if you were using satellite receiver instead of cable direct to TV.
Check for football games in town. Always check that coming to the area. - Charles66
May 2015 - $33.00
Spaces are tight. Restrooms and laundry areas were clean. Office staff were not friendly and refused a refund even though we met park's requirement to receive one. We will avoid this one in the future! - Contessa
Oct 2014 - $40.00
Hard to get into park from highway....narrow driveways. Dirt roads. Narrow interior roads and sites are all straight not angled. All lots are very narrow. Website shows concrete pad......there is only one in entire park. We were the only motorhome in the park. Workers rev up the diesels at 6:00am. No outside lights...just as well been on the back 40. For $40/night it is outrageous for what they have. I consider it a dump! If this and the sister park that is all that is available. Just stay on the Walmart lot or go to another town. Good wifi - Buddy and Nana
Jun 2013 - $35.00
We stayed at Marino in the past and came back in hopes of better management and glad we did. New ownership and management was very nice and friendly and assisted us with set up and told us where was the best restaurants and all. Very clean bathrooms and showers ,new paint jobs, and flowers everywhere. Management was working everyday we were there with a smile on faces and waving. Very quiet park even full. We will for sure be back when in the area. - roseofsharon
Jan 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here for two weeks during the Christmas Holidays. There is nice spacing between the sites and we were on a level, concrete pad. We received a discounted weekly rate. Much closer into town than the other parks and no road noise. Great manager and service! - Texas CP
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Stayed here to visit the George Bush library which is about 12 miles away. The park is owned by Dallas investors and managed by a husband/ wife team. The park is primarily full time residents. There is no sign for the office so we took a tour of the park trying to find it and finally called them and she explained how to get there. The park looks worn out, the water utilities were in bad shape. Was impressed with the nice concrete pad on the pull thru space I was given. It was dry when I was there but you could see that drainage would be an issue when it rains.
While I was disconnecting the water hose to leave, the PVC pipe came right off in my hand and we had Old Faithul blowing over the top of my motor home for about 15 minutes. When I went to the office, one of the residents who had seen the leak was ahead of me and requested the water shutoff tool to shut off the water. You could tell that she had done this before. - Dieselrv08
Oct 2015 - $15.00
We were planning to stay here long-term, but moved to a nicer park shortly before our next month rent was due. Although we had plenty of room between us and neighbors, our site was literally a mud pit. Seriously. There was not enough gravel to support our rig (although I asked about this on phone prior to our arrival and was assured by manager there was plenty of gravel and she would bring in more if necessary - that didn't happen and wasn't going to); front landing gear kept sinking. Loose dogs everywhere - people would just open their doors and let their dogs out - (even though I had been assured by manager on phone that she enforced the leash rule), dog deposits all over the grounds/sidewalks and nowhere really to walk our dog except on a strip of grass next to the road. Restrooms were rundown and icky, and were not restocked for weeks. Laundry facilities were so outdated and bad we took ours to a nearby laundromat. WiFi was nonexistent. Back section is mobile home park (we were in front section with RVs, some short-term but mostly long-term). Most of the rigs were run down, tarps on them, very unsightly and depressing. We made reservations sight unseen, as we were out of the state and there were no openings anywhere else since it was football season. This was not a "decent neighborhood" by any stretch of the imagination for long-term considerations. Daily rate was based on monthly rent. - bbarnes2886
May 2015 - $50.00
This is a new park. Very nicely laid out with both back-in and pull through sites. The coach portion of the very wide concrete pads is level. Water pressure is high, and electrical service is very stable. Cable is from distributed Directv and limited. Clubhouse is small with a tiny lounge, and no pool, spa, or playground yet.. Very inconvenient location for trash. They have a "no refund" policy, so extend your stay rather than cutting it short.
The speed bumps will keep me from ever returning to this park. They are laid at a 30-45 degree angle to your axles and are about a foot high, so your rig is going to take quite a lot of twisting stress as each wheel makes it way over the speed bumps independently. Plan on going over a minimum of 7 speed bumps any time you drive. I camped here in a Motorhome. - Patrick Bauer
Apr 2015 - $50.00
I liked the park. Big wide level sites. Did not notice smokey smell in office but will admit the sites relationship to water, sewer, and power do look like they are uphill. The manager said something about site changes so your awning side would not be in the sun. My guess is they reversed the direction on the pull throughs after the park was built. Not sure why all the speed bumps but they are a pain. Way to many and way to high. Get rid of them and this is a 10. - peddy dick
Mar 2015 - $50.00
This is a brand new park and has basic amenities. All roads are asphalt and all sites are concrete. There are narrow strips of grass between the sites which makes the site look narrow. They actually are not because the concrete is very wide all the way through at each site. Sites are pretty much level and plenty of room both on the roads and sites. Make sure you have a water pressure regulator. There are no dog parks but there are a few stations where poop bags and disposal are available.
It is right next to the highway so there is noise. Trash has to be taken to the dumpster which is outside the park. You either walk along the highway ditch the length of the park or drive 1/4 mile down, crossover and come back then crossover again. Speed bumps are really high and angled across the roads. Makes it rough even at an idle in a motorhome. In several cases the sewer hookup is a bit uphill. Propane on-site but only for bottles, you have to go elsewhere for motorhomes. Brand new office smelled strongly of cigarette smoke.
Overpriced for a basic park and the area even though it looks nice. There were no club discounts (e.g., Good Sam). We stayed here in a motorhome and probably will not use it again if other parks have space. - tlkhorses
May 2013 - $35.00
We stayed here because another campground in the area was full, but the same persons own this one. Same great service. We recommend either park. The staff was courteous. The only draw-back is no showers or restrooms, otherwise, a great place to stay. - RVtravelguy
Mar 2013 - $30.00
We stayed here for the weekend and found it was very nice at Village 21, Bryan Tx. Management was pleasant and helpful during our stay. Clean park and shaded spots available. Rate it 9 out of 10. Will revisit next year. - roseofsharon
Feb 2010 - $27.00
Perhaps it is better than a wide spot in the road, but then again maybe not. For heaven's sake don't drive through the park. There are speed bumps about every 60 feet. I think controlling speed is important, but this is plain dumb. A guy in an Aggie shirt took us into our site, but he couldn't give us a receipt. - Phrg34