Well ran RV Park. Staff helpful, bathhouses were individual stalls, not the cleanest, but acceptable. Nice laundry facilities (only .75/load to wash and .50/load to dry!) Large pool and lots of shade. Lots of campers, but not a lot of road traffic, so my kiddos played in the roads with no safety concerns. Located between Fort Worth and Dallas. Very tight entrance getting into the park. It is located adjacent to "the world's largest flea markets" so I imagine it could be more congested on the weekends. Camped here in 40' motorhome with family of 7 (teens to toddlers) We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Family Dollar within 1 mile. Rental car, walmarts, etc within 5miles. We stayed here and did day trips to Dallas and Fort Worth.
Tight for in and out for large rigs. Vehicles are allowed to be parked in road way which limits maneuverability. Low hanging branches. The sites are concrete pad and level. Staff is very nice. Plus there is a flea market next store and fun to check out. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $30.00
We made reservations and pulled in after hours. We stayed here 2 nights. We checked the map on the office door to see where our spot was. The map showed a turn around at the end of a road, but when we got down there, it was a dead end. VERY hard to maneuver in such a tiny space with cars, trucks and campers all around. When we finally parked, our site was very unlevel. All are concrete pads and mostly pull throughs. There are lots of washers and dryers and all work well. $1 to wash and $.75 to dry. The flea market is right next door and is a fun thing to do on the weekends. The dog walk areas are along the fence line and only about 2ft wide. They do have bag dispensers and lots of trash cans placed around the park. I would stay here again only if we were given a spot in the front of the park and if we come in during daylight hours. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $30.00
As expected when camping in one of the largest metro areas, this park is mostly concrete with small patches of grass between the slabs. Unfortunately, though they gave us one of their larger sites, it was tight for our 33' motor home due to a tree and the requirement that our towed car fit as well. Electric hookup was convenient, but we didn't use water or sewer. The free WiFI worked well. Bathrooms were clean and large with plenty of hooks and lots of hot water — a nice plus since we were holed-up here due to cold, icy weather. Laundry facility looked large and clean, though we didn't use it. The price seemed a good value for the location. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $30.00
Stayed here for one week in October. Concrete pads with good elec, water and sewer. No cable TV but plenty of antenna stations. Wifi was spotty, sometimes good sometimes not. Located next to Grand Prarie airport but planes did not cause noise problems. Good location for sightseeing if both Ft. Worth and Dallas are on the agenda. Would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
The park was clean and concrete sites were level but close together. The staff was helpful except they didn't offer for us to park in the north lot which was less expensive than the south lot where they put us. Also, the Wi-Fi did not work for any of the five days that were there and we were counting on it. The price was a bit high for no Wi-Fi and no cable. We stayed there since it was only 6 miles south of the AT&T football stadium, our reason for being in Grand Prairie. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Was towed in here after breakdown on I-20. Ladies in office offered the driver choice of several sites to put our fiver in so he could exit with tow vehicle and our pickup. They allowed us to renew each day until our truck was ready. Nice sites, level, easy in and out. Daily trash pickup, hair salon on site, and on weekends a huge flea market to roam. Also, this park has good shade. All of the metroplex attractions are within reach. We will use it again when visiting the DFW area. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $31.00
Price reflects Good Sam discount. Full 50 amp hookup, level site with concrete pad and paved roads. Sites are somewhat narrow. Free Wi-Fi. Next door to huge flea market on weekends. Great place to stop near Dallas area for a few days. Nice and inexpensive laundry. Had a nice looking pool, but was closed during winter. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this to be a nice park. Spaces are plenty large enough. Not sure what other reviewers were looking for, but we have been in parks with much more cramped spaces. The grounds could use some cleanup, i.e. papers and other debris laying around. The Wi-Fi is now free. The small airport next door does create quite a bit of noise with the helicopters flying over. Overall, we would come back. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $27.00
If you need a park close in to both Dallas and Fort Worth, look no further than Trader's Village in Grand Prairie. For the money, this was one of the best parks we have ever stayed in. Excellent people to work with in the office; they do all they can to make sure you're happy. You would think the flea market and airport close by would be a bother but they were not. In fact, it was fun walking over to the flea market to see what was going on--it is a huge event. And the food they had to offer (all types) at reasonable prices was good too. Our dog had plenty of walking space for his business! We definitely will be back--in fact, we are moving on to Houston and plan to stay in Trader's Village there!! We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $35.00
Large concrete parking lot with level sites and good utilities, plenty of room between sites. Park has an enormous store/cafe/office with adjoining store-front style spaces for group meetings and its own laundromat. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Security is high because of the flea market that takes place next door on a regular basis. Open sky was good for our satellite TV. Friendly office staff. A small airport is also next door and small planes take off and land regularly. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $33.00
If you like touching awnings with your neighbor, hear every word they say, and share your picnic table with their slide-out, this is the place for you. These sites are extremely narrow and not suitable for rigs with large slide-outs. This is not a pet-friendly park, in our opinion. There is a rule that pets can't be tied outside, even if you are in the rig with the door open. Dog walking is restricted to a narrow strip of grass along a fence; not adequate to exercise a dog. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $36.00
Very cramped park. I think the main draw is the Trader's Village next door, which we did have fun at. We were not aware of the flea market until we arrived the evening before, so it was a pleasant surprise. We only stayed two days. I used the shower house twice after they were just cleaned and the first day was OK, but the second day the toilet was still dirty and clogged I believe. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nice RV Park. The only complaint I have is that they crammed absolutely as many RV spaces into the lot as possible. There is only maybe 5' between each RV. There is also very little room for parking if you have more than one vehicle. Nice overall though. Concrete pads, full hookups, restrooms, showers, pool, playground, etc. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.