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78 RV Parks near Elsa, Texas
We did however find 78 campgrounds within 25 miles of Elsa. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Elsa in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $14.00
Okay ... this is is seriously nice and well-managed resort (an overused and often ridiculous classification for a less-than-desirable spot). Stellar property, accommodating staff, super amenities. Maybe the best "park" I've ever stayed at. Try it! ... You'll like it! - SeeTheUSA
Dec 2017 - $45.00
Very nice park, highly recommend, clean, very friendly people, will certainly return... - Cursan1
Feb 2017 - $8.00
Booked here for a week and upon arrival we were offered to stay for a month for $249. Needless to say we bit on the offer. Friendly staff as well as permanent residents. Grounds are well kept with citrus and palm trees throughout. Lots of activities for those who want to participate. Mailroom service for monthly guests. Decent Internet via cable modem for $100 refundable deposit. Worthwhile as park wifi crawls at snails pace during peak hours. Only gripe is security detail can be heard driving around in motorized golf cart by our site every night with our trailer windows open. Definitely a lovely park nonetheless and worth returning. - Sasquatchewan
Dec 2012 - $75.00
It appears as if the RV sites have not been updated since in 60's. Small concrete, and most are all broken up. Some sites so small one cannot put slides out. The water lines are so old they are brittle and can break very easy. Lots are poorly maintained, just mostly dirt and dead grass which you track in your unit every day!! Office help gives you someone else mail quite often, and can't find yours. I would advise staying somewhere else. They have a lot of Park Models here; in my opinion they really don't care about RV's. - BLUEGRASS MUSIC LOVER
Nov 2012 - $12.00
The RV sites vary in this park. Some have concrete, and some are dirt/grassy with concrete pads. They have large or small concrete pads. Yes, some are very small and they rent at a very discounted rate, if your rig is small. As far as the dirt being tracked in, all I can say was that we have had a lot of rain lately, and the entire area of Donna, Texas has been muddy, not just Palm Shadows. THE MAIL: is delivered by the United States Post Office. This park has no control over how they deliver it. If a mistake is made, the residents bring it back to the office and it is placed in the proper boxes. Considering there are over 500 lots here, I am sure the postmaster makes a mistake now and then. Yes, there are many park models here, but they are also very RV friendly too. We are here for the winter in a travel trailer. They have been so nice to us and treat all RVer's GREAT. Nice here too: is that they have a full bar with beer and wine at very reasonable prices. Hard booz can be brought into the bar, and purchase set-ups very cheap with a cup of ice to boot. Most all RV parks in the Donna, Texas area have some dating to them, but they really try to keep things nice here. If there is a water problem, it is fixed that day. I feel that this is a very nice park and really have enjoyed staying here. The Rio Grande Valley is a fun place and Donna, Texas is right in the heart of that area, which makes this a very central location. Oh yeah, they have music in the bar almost every night. It has been lots of fun listening and dancing to the music from rock and roll to new and old country. Karaoke is on Wednesday nights, what a blast that is! Big Band on Fridays so don't miss that. It is open to the public. So all in all, a very nice park! - Donnasue
Mar 2010 - $11.00
Very nice winter Texas park. The regulars made us feel at home and were very friendly. People we have met that are staying in other parks remarked that Palm Shadows was the most friendly park in the Rio Grand Valley. Many people have wintered here for more than ten years. Continual activities going on from church on Sunday to live entertainment in the bar. Some sites were narrow, but they will not put a rig with slide outs in a narrow site. It had very nice landscaping with palm trees at almost every site. We met and made many new friends. The rate reflects a three month stay. All in all we had a very good time and would stay here again. - consort
Nov 2011 - $25.00
Review removed by admin. - Austinette
Mar 2018 - $30.00
This is primarily a WInter Texan park, with a mix of mobile homes, park models, and RV's. Most of the guests are from Canada and the northern United States. Plenty of activities including shuffleboard, horseshoes, card games, bingo, etc. We stayed two weeks in early march and weren't looking for social activities, but the park is clean and secure, and our site was fine. Overall the park is looking a bit old and tired, like so many of the older snowbird parks in the Valley. - Mark & Teri
Feb 2016 - $32.00
Nice, friendly with easy access. Bean bag olympics played here this year was very entertaining. Very clean, however a few things could be looked at in the showers, easy fix. Would come back. - being honest 123
Jun 2015 - $14.00
RV sites were grass with some having concrete pads for tow vehicle parking and were spread out in the front of the park. RV sites are squeezed in between permanent "wrapped" RVs, mobile homes, or park models, and are very narrow. Majority of sites in the park are FT owners who leave their units in the park. Lots of ants, mosquitoes and no-see-ums. Park was generally clean with a very nice remodeled laundry room. Employees were friendly. Lots of activities. Happy hour every weekday from 3-5 with barely live entertainment. Extremely well lit. Noise (traffic, border patrol and airport within a block of park) was annoying. No cable, no Wi-Fi, no picnic tables.
The best part of our stay was the very friendly people staying there. They were from all over the US and Canada. We will truly miss them but we will never stay in this park again.
Rate is based on 4 months at $1,640 for Dec. 2014-March 2014. Electricity was extra averaging $50-60 per month. And with a very unseasonable cold winter, gas bottles were being refilled weekly. - SewSoBeachy