Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $25.00
Off I30, Exit 94 approx. 4ml. Lots of permanents. Sites at front kept for overnighters Gravel and grass sites,50amp, water, sewer connection and picnic table. 1 toilet/shower room. OK. Good satellite and phone. The road is busy , quiet after 10pm.
There will be major works to upgrade sites over next few months.
We stayed one night, would stay again.
Office staff friendly. We camped at East Texas RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $23.00
This park is located on US 69, 4 miles South of Interstate 30, at Exit 94. Manager is outgoing, friendly and goes out of his way. Park is composed of mostly permanent dwellers with a few spaces dedicated to "Overnighters" These spaces (backin) are gravel and dirt, semi level but adequate for midsize RVs. Sites were a bit wet with standing water, but this area quite recently received a large amount of rain. The water tastes good, but the pressure is high (always use a reducer). Wi-Fi works reasonably well , unknown cable TV function Amenities were non-existent but for a fenced animal run and propane sales Showers and bathrooms are listed but also are non-existent; supposedly the water pipes were "frozen" yet appear to have been in prior disrepair. The park could definitely use some sprucing up. The park seem to have a lot of traffic noise even though it is located in a semi-rural area,; however we felt safe and when passing through would stay again. Price reflects “TACO” (Texas CG Association) discount We camped at East Texas RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $20.00
Very friendly manager. They have a small fenced off area for a dog park. I wish more RV parks had this. Wi-Fi was OK. Did not use the cable as our TV was broken. Washrooms are pretty gross. Toilets work OK and were clean enough, but showers were grungy. This is mostly a long term park but OK for a night's stay if you are passing through. We camped at East Texas RV Park in a Travel Trailer.