Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $40.00
The park is older and almost all sites are permanent residents. The road had many potholes and it didn't help it was raining creating a huge mud mess. The bathroom and shower were clean, but management decided not to supply toilet paper or paper towels due to theft. Also, there was no shower curtain. We did not use the laundry facilities. The sites available were very close together. There was internet service and it was okay. If stopping only for a day or two the location is good, but I personally would not stay any longer. Be warned the noise from the highway is very noticeable and loud. The rate reflects myself, wife and 4 children. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. It is a mature park with many trees and grass; there are permanent to semi permanent residents. The gentleman who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. Lot was nice and level on gravel. Had cable and WI-FI. We stayed for one night. Will stay here again. I suggest calling ahead and making a reservation because it is near the race track, Texas A & M, and other event locations. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $32.00
Enjoyed our usual stop here. Always call ahead to check on college/race track crowd. Wi-Fi worked well as we were near the office. Laundry is nice, but be sure to check machines as workers had made messes in the past. Shower/restrooms still very nice and roomy. Park is "For Sale" as owners had to retire. I'm keeping fingers crossed it stays open and improves. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
I would definitely recommend this park. The owners were great in helping us take care of some business matters (the reason why we were in town), and, when we had problems with our Fifth Wheel the owners gave us a hand. We stayed four nights and got delayed in leaving on the fifth day. The location is great. Right off of Hwy 6. You can get anywhere you want to go fast. HEB grocery store is right down the road along with gas. You do hear some road noise being so close to the highway, but, it was not a problem for us with running the air-conditioners. I will definitely come back and stay again when I'm back in town. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $30.00
Try to stay in the front for more shower/restroom availability. Long term workers have caused some problems for management that are getting better. Laundry machines worked very well, but, watch out for previous user leaving a mess as mentioned above. We stayed two nights in the back until a sick horse could leave and we got the owners spot #2 where Wi-Fi worked out of the office. Very friendly owners. We did wake up to a motorcyclist in a tent passing through, but, I would not count on anything large. Rate is for 30 amp. service. New H.E.B. grocery and banks one mile to the north if needed. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $32.00
The good things were all the hook ups worked and the site was fairly level. The bad was the road inside the park, the highway noise and the general up keep of the park. If you need a park on Texas 6 and you are very tired use this park. If you want to spend time in the area I suggest you find someplace else. There are single rooms for rent at the front. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $32.00
Campground is neatly kept with new, clean shower and laundry house (which gave it a higher rate). This is a place to park and sleep only. Very small sites without picnic tables, grills, or fire ring. Just off highway 6 with some road noise, but not too bad. Friendly owners. Some apparent full timers in the park, but none that weren't taken care of by the resident. Perfect for a short visit to the university and convenient for that purpose or other visits to College Station area. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $25.00
We pulled in and after a quick look around and quote on rate we were gone. This park is greatly over priced. It is a small park, but could see evidence of new park being built. Park appeared to be un-kept and sites were small. On-site management seems to be part-time. I called for information and call was not returned. We pulled in anyway and regretted getting off the highway. The potential for something better is here, but doesn't currently exist, at least not for $25. We camped at Lazy G RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.