Wonderful park, streets were all paved so it made it great for walking. The surrounding area was beautiful. WiFi great. Owner very nice. Garbage picked up at your site in the morning. Would stay again. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
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Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site, nice town to walk around
We're here as part of a rally. Pull through site with a small patio and very close to neighbor. Thought it strange that our sewer connection was actually on the corner of our neighbor's small cement patio. We also have a sewer connection on our patio for our neighbor on the other side. Bathroom and laundry facilities very adequate. They provided a meeting/rec room for our activities that worked very well. Nice big swimming pool. Morning trash pickup at site. Cable. WiFi. Nice park to visit the tourist town of Fredericksburg and surrounding area. Not a camping destination for us but for visiting the town or attending an event in the area it was adequate. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $18.00
Rate reflected is for one month; electric was an additional .12 per kw. If there were other options available for the time we needed we would have moved on quickly. This park has "10" ratings but I suspect it has not been visited in quite some time. It is fine for an overnight or two, clean and safe, but it is not a resort or anything near a "10". Most of the sites are pull through with very little space between rigs, it does not invite pulling out the camp chairs and very few did so. The sites are gravel and during a rain the roads are rivers. The entrance to the park is very tight and many struggled with the turn. We were in one of the lettered sites which are back-ins. The sites have very narrow entrances with cement patios and misplaced shrubs at the entry. If there is no one across from you it is not bad but that is not usually the case. The big green space fronting the road is mowed but the small spaces between the lettered sites were not mowed the entire month we stayed. Knee high weeds are most attractive. The laundry room was clean and the power was fine. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $39.00
Good location, level, gravel sites. Large pool area. The only issue I had was the landscaping--there was a large hedge type plant in the middle of our site which interfered with opening the bay doors. They also discontinued their relationship with Passport America. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $18.00
Very nice park in a great location. The $18 rate is what we had on a monthly rate with electricity. Super friendly staff. The very best swimming pool we have ever encountered at an RV resort. Sites are just a bit on the small side, or I would have rated them a 9 or 10. Would definitely come back. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate cited is with a Passport America discount (use any day of the week) and Good Sam. We were located on row next to pool. Long enough but not wide enough. Our entire row was empty (except for us) and they put a motorhome right next to us. His slides went over our patio area. Wondered when they might mow. Dog area at one end of park, so you want to be close to that. There is an extremely bright light installed by the pool house and over our site. Kept me up the first night, used towels over windows next night. We stayed for 6 nights so no big problems. Laundry room hot and temps were pleasant when we were there. I'd stay again. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
I stayed here for the first 3 days with Passport America, and the rate was less. After the 3 days, I went in to explain that I didn't feel well and wanted to extend, could they give me the same rate - no, but they would give me the Good Sam rate. Apparently, since I was PA, I was assigned a site in the full sun (charged extra since it was a pull-thru) for the full day, even though there were nicer, shaded sites available. The facilities were OK, except for the laundry - the dryers seemed to be a good deal until you found out that it took way too long to dry clothes since it was all low heat. Wouldn't stay here again, I'm sure there are more nice places in the area. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $42.00
We stayed in one of the premium pull-thru sites, as did our friends in the site next to ours. Contrary to other reviews, our site was spacious, came with a picnic table sitting on a large concrete pad, and had trees on both sides to provide shade. Quiet location, about five minute drive from downtown Fredericksburg. Clean restrooms & showers. GREAT dog walk area. Added bonus for us was the park is adjacent to Street Dreams of Texas, a business buying/selling high performance cars & trucks displayed in a large (60+ vehicles?) indoor showroom. We would stay at Oakwood again. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $35.00
We were warmly greeted by the registration staff. We found the campsite to be very tight. If you want some feeling of "your own space" this might not be the place for you. There are some permanent residents there, or so it seemed, and some of their sites and equipment could use some upkeep. The only other comment I would have is that we were at the opposite end of the campsite from the dog walk area, we are not young and have some physical limitations, so even if you clean up after your dog (which everyone should) there is no grass except for the dog walk area. So keep that in mind when you book if this pertains to you. Cable was good, WiFi worked, site was level. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $37.00
Meh. This was an OK park. The spots were VERY NARROW and CLOSE TOGETHER. I think this is an older park that was not originally meant for the larger rigs out on the road today. Slide-outs hang over the concrete pad with the picnic table and into the spot next to you. The rows are narrow and it's hard to get your rig in and out. Much of the park was full with people who live there and work in town and park their cars in front of their rigs, crowding the roads in and out of the park. Consider this park if you have a smaller rig, under 24 feet. It will make it a lot easier to get in and out. At 36' plus our truck, it was a tight fit. Very quiet park, hardly any noise. Dog park was a little small for our big dog, but would be fine for a medium or small dog. Too cold to use the pool but it looked very nice and well-maintained. Only 4 washing machines in the laundry for over a hundred sites. Overall an OK stay. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $32.00
Sites are dirt with small concrete patio area. Way too close to next site. Very difficult to park big rig. Sewer connection directly next to patio of neighbor site. Our neighbor's slideout actually hung over our patio. Neatly trimmed bushes separate sites barely leave enough room for slideouts and make it impossible to get into storage area beneath motorhome. There are some larger sites if you want to pay higher price. Would not stay again. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $37.00
This park is fairly nice. Lots of temporary workers in this park, but they didn't impact us. A few run down Motorhomes but other than being an eye sore no problem. Shower's, restrooms, and laundry facility was fine. Laundry facility only had 4 washers and 3 dryers, but they worked well. Fredericksburg is a cute town with a nice downtown area to stroll around. Luckenbach, TX is just a few miles (8) from here. Make sure you drive out to see that. We would stay here again. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $37.00
Our RV group had a small rally here. We chose to park in the trees, so weekly rate was higher ($258), which we felt was a bit pricey. Site was gravel and level. They offer NO discounts on weekly rates. Our space was easy to get in and out of, even with our tow attached. Close in to town and all the activities that Fredericksburg offers. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Motorhome.
In the middle of the park are 30 pull throughs and 6 back-in for short term parking. The rest are all back-in’s located around the perimeter of the park, set up for seasonal or full time residents(with electric meters). All of the sites around the perimeter have lots of shade trees. The sites in the middle have nuisance decorative trees and shrubs. All the roadways and pads are pea gravel that just loves to get stuck in your tire treads. Water pressure at the site was nominal at 40 psi. Each site has a concrete pad with a picnic table, but the problem is that the space between the concrete pads is narrow, making positioning of your rig a real challenge. Beside the electrical pedestal was a large Cable box that sat 24” into the site, reducing the available maneuvering space from 11’ to 9’, not much allowance for a 8 ½’ wide rig. All the other sites did not have this problem so avoid site #91 if you can unless you have the ‘turn thing’ down pat. The spacing of the decorative trees and shrubs caused problems with trying to position our 4 slides. The sewage opening is actually in the concrete patio of your next door neighbor, sitting it about 8” above the ground. By the time you screw in your connecting elbow, the opening at good 12-14” above the ground. No matter how hard you try, crap does not flow uphill. In our site, the tree on left side of site overhung the parking spot and as we attempted to pull in, we were pushing branches out of the way. I eventually backed out and went around again and went over to the right as much as I could. I asked the staff to trim back the tree as it overshadowed the site, but they refused. The WiFi was free, but pathetic. The connection was slow and unreliable and disconnected frequently. We will not stay there again. We camped at Oakwood RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.