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Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $10.00
I stayed at this park for two months, from just before Christmas 2014 to the third week of February. I got the monthly rate of $300 plus electric which is billed at .14/KWH. Most of the other parks around charge .12. But they also demand a $50 to $100 deposit which this park does not. I chose a spot on the hill right next to the WiFi which was terrific until the two diesel trucks in the next spot parked right on top of me. I put up with this for two nights and then asked to move. No problem. I moved to the far end of the park, away from the trucks and the road noise and this cost me two bars on the WIFI signal. There are no restrooms, showers or laundry here. That makes life a bit tenuous if you don't have a self contained unit. I do but the shower is a 3' by 3' joke. This became a hassle. The closest laundry facilities are in Beeville or Victoria. They do have a laundry service available for a fee. There is nothing onsite to do. No Rec room, no activities, etc. This park is geared toward the Fracking Workers. It is not a destination park. We camped at Angels in Goliad RV Park in a Motorhome.
The town of Goliad doesn't offer much either. You can visit the tourist trap square with their overpriced ships and restaurants. And you can visit the fort which was an interesting half hour. Otherwise your choices are two lousy Mexican Restaurants, a Subway, A Pizza Shop that keeps odd hours and a Dairy Queen.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $17.00
Rate given reflects a weekly rate with Good Sam discount, plus metered electricity used. The power here is all green, from wind, solar, and hydroelectric. The park would rate a 10 except there are no shower facilities that I am aware of, just a “powder room” in the office. The owner is extremely friendly and accommodating. We stayed here two weeks waiting for mail and packages to arrive which the owner delivered to our door as they trickled in. The owner, an RVer himself, designed the park to make spaces easy for big rigs to get into, spacious, and many shaded without interfering with satellite dishes. Unfortunately, most of the people in the park are oil workers with the Eagle Ford Shale or Winter Texans, making only a limited numbers of spaces available for those of us just passing through. Despite the presence of primarily permanent residents, the park was very quiet, clean, and tidy. The owner walked through the park daily to clean up what little trash had blown in. The internet and cable TV included in the reasonable rate were both very good. We camped at Angels in Goliad RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
The town of Goliad doesn't offer much either. You can visit the tourist trap square with their overpriced ships and restaurants. And you can visit the fort which was an interesting half hour. Otherwise your choices are two lousy Mexican Restaurants, a Subway, A Pizza Shop that keeps odd hours and a Dairy Queen.RVWriter • February 2015
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