Date of Stay: November, 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. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $16.00
This is a mobile home - RV park as the name states. Lots of construction workers but no issues. Office person very nice and helpful. Our site was concrete with electric, water, sewer, cable. Everything worked well but they were having issue with the WiFi, but that does happen. Good value for the 2 days we stay. We stopped for the George HW Bush Presidential Library which was only 13 miles from the campground, good location. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
This park gives discounts for Good Sam and Passport America, so we only paid $16 per night. There are two parks here - an RV and a Motor Home. Most seem to be here full time. The sites are close together, have 30 & 50 amps, pets are welcome, Cable TV, wireless Internet, and a swimming pool. It is very close to Texas A & M University and the Presidential Library of George H. Bush. Office is hard to find. As we entered we were faced with excessive speed bumps, but the owner met us and showed us our site. We would stay here again when in the area. Sites were large. WI-FI is so weak that it was unusable. We stayed three nights and would stay here again. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park in a neighborhood. While it has long term residents and older mobile homes, it is kept very neat. The owners are very nice and helpful. Our rate is with Passport America. We would stay here again. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here under Passport America. Older park with mobile homes on one side, but well-kept. Friendly management. The sites are mostly pull-throughs and concrete, though not terribly level. Good Verizon 4G signal and secure free Wi-Fi from campground. Power was excellent, even during a heat wave. Water pressure was good. We stayed here to visit the George H W Bush Library. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $16.00
This park gives discounts for Good Sam and Passport America so we only paid $16 for the night. It is hard to find it on a GPS but if you follow their directions and take Woodville Road exit off of Hwy 6 and follow their blue signs you will be fine. There are two parks here - an RV and a Motor Home. Most seem to be here full time. The sites are close together, have 30 & 50 amps, pets are welcome, cable TV, wireless internet, and a swimming pool. The woman checking us in was very nice and informative. The RV park has 140 sites. It is very close to Texas A & M University and the Presidential Library of George H. Bush (a must stop). We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $16.00
Friendly staff, these folks seem to really want your business. Large paved pull through sites. The park is undergoing improvements so there is some construction. We stayed 5 nights and would return. We also stayed here at a discounted rate thus the low rate. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $22.00
We were here for a week visiting relatives. Park is nothing fancy but adequate for our needs. Site was level pull through but we could not pull through due to utility poles in the way. Site was concrete and plenty long. Rate reflects weekly rate of $155. Lots of permanents and mobile homes but they are away from the sites that are used for short term stays so was not an issue. We would stay here again if the other park we like had no vacancies. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $13.00
OK for overnight. Cement slabs. Wi-Fi and cable both good. Rate is Passport of America. Would stay again if in the area. Location good to go to the Bush Museum which is a great place to visit. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $14.00
You can pay in excess of $30 elsewhere in town or, using Passport America, pay $14 per night here. It would be easy to pick this park apart and complain about many things, but, you get all the services and at a good price. This park is quite and safe, unlike what was stated by an earlier reviewer. No highway noise. Staff are very helpful. If you're in BCS to spend time in the area, you'll be wise to park here. Use your savings to buy some Shiner Bock!! We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $14.00
The manager's wife was very nice. The price reflects Passport America. I would not stay there for $28.00 but it was okay at half price for one night. The concrete pads were ridiculously narrow, when parked you will step down on to grass. The slabs are long so two RVs can be butt to butt, however the one in front will be slanted downhill. Nice grass area to walk dogs. No trees so satellite works. Good WiFi. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pleasant, full feature RV Park in a quiet neighborhood. The short term RV area is separate from the mobile home area, with it's own entrance, so there is little traffic. There is a nice clean "park area" in the RV park adjacent to the spaces, with lots of trees, lawn, and birds. It has a covered picnic shelter, and barbecue. I found the couple who manages the park to be very friendly and helpful. In the bath house (a mobile home) there are 4 bathrooms, each with combination bath/showers. All were very clean. The pool was great, but could use more chairs. It is mostly family swim hours, with adults only swimming after 8:30pm. The internet works great, not the typical slow RV park variety. The cable includes 72 channels. Mail and packages are accepted at the park. I spent several days here, and will stay here again. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $24.00
This is a mobile home park with some very unorganized spaces for RVs. The pull thourghs are sloped so badly that you need blocks under one end of motorhome to get level. The male manager is very rude, and the neighborhood is not one that you want to be in after dark, unless you like "Boom Boxes" at 1AM. Keep on driving, if you can not find anything else. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $24.00
We stayed here one night, and that was more than enough. The sites were extremely close together, and were very difficult to get in and out of. The hookups were all at the very front of the site, so we had to pull completely through the site, unhook our trailer, and then drive back around to park the suburban behind the trailer. Sites for daily use were all gravel and staggered so that they could fit more in. This was mostly a mobile home park with lots of permanent residents and very few day use people. We will not be staying here again. We camped at Primrose Lane MH & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.