Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $30.00
Not very well kept, ground is terrible, have fun leveling out your rig. The driveway alone leading into the park will send everything flying off of your countertops. The owner is hard to get along with and will chase you down if you drive even a millimeter over 3 miles per hour. Fishing in the pond is almost impossible without getting hung up as he has dumped trees in it. It is quite a ways out of town but the neighbors to the park are noisy and you can hear the cars on the speedway every weekend bright and early. The highway is also very noisy. We camped at University RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $38.00
Pro's: Hosts were friendly and the setting with lots of trees was nice. Con's: The park appeared to be mainly for permanent residents. We were the only short-timer there. Site wasn't particularly level (had to put blocks under wheels). We only stayed one night, but I think a Wal-Mart would have sufficed and been a lot cheaper. We camped at University RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $30.00
This gentleman runs a very nice, clean, campground. It's not a destination park, it's a functional, "no-frills" campground. Other than a very pretty lake and nature walk that surrounds the lake, there's little to do here. Restrooms are very clean. No Wi-Fi. Crystal-clear cable TV has about 70 channels. Internet access is available through the cable TV connection. You pay a $50.00 deposit for the internet modem equipment, but get it back when you return the modem at check-out. No campground store. Very clean washer/dryer room in the office building. Propane available. Near the highway, a little road noise, but not that bad, especially towards the back of the park. Five-minute drive to the Texas Motor Speedway. Short drive North on State Highway 6 into College Station and Bryan. We liked the campground, and will stay here again if we are in the area. We camped at University RV Park in a Motorhome.
There are lots of shade trees, which was very nice. Our space (#39) was pretty level side to side, but had to be very low in the front and very high in the back. They have an extensive list of rules, and among them, no electric space heaters (not a problem since we were here in the summer), but no electric water heater -- no exceptions. There is no store, but they do sell propane. The laundry is quite clean and has several machines, although I did not use them. The shower facilities are one toilet/shower/sink/dressing area each for men and women. When DH asked about locking the door, he was told that is quite acceptable. The shower is quite large -- if a parent needs to take little ones in with them and shower them at the same time as parent is showering. So that was nice. The shower facilities are quite clean and did not look dated. It would be nice to have a pool, but there is a pond (no swimming), but can fish in it. There are no fire rings nor picnic tables, but there was a nice little concrete patio outside our door. The owners live on the property and were quite friendly. If in the area, we would definitely stay here again. We camped at University RV Park in a Travel Trailer.