Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $30.00
Great site for an overnight, but call ahead to be sure they have availability -- we came in at 4:00pm and got the last pull-thru on a weekday. Events evidently keep this place busy. Concrete pad was level, all utilities easy to reach, no problem positioning the dish for satellite service and everything we saw was clean and well maintained. Biggest problem was pulling into the park; we sat through four green lights at the two-lane entrance signalling our turn while a long line of cars improperly exited here instead of going one block further to the clearly marked exit. After incurring the road rage of those trapped behind us for 10 minutes, we finally lost patience and simply began our wide turn, blocking their way and causing several to hastily back-up or pull right. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
All roads are concrete and the pads are concrete. All sites seem to have full hookups. We used our satellite so I am not sure if the cable TV worked or not. The laundry room (the one that is open) is clean and the washers worked well. When you use the dryers put in a dollar and let it run. Using less lengthens the time it takes to dry your clothes. If you are there on the weekend and have children along, you can buy them a wrist band for $9.75/day that gives them unlimited rides on 11 different attractions in the "flea market". The rate is great; $30 per night. This park should be considered as having no internet access. Another reviewer pointed out that they were working on it in December. It is still not functional in June. The sites are close together so you are forced to walk on the narrow lawn areas between the rigs which are hilly and awkward or walk around on an empty pad (if it exists). The sewers do not have a positive lock (you cannot screw in a retainer ring) so you have to put a weight on the end of the line to make sure it stays in the drain. You are just sitting on a concrete slab which gets a bit warm this time of year and all the trees are in the back where the shorter rigs and full-time residents live. But, if you are not staying long this is not a big issue. The park is located on the north-western corner of Houston which turns out to be quite a way from attractions like the Houston Space Center. You just need to factor this into consideration for the gas you will use to get to the attractions. Things that were different for us versus other reviews: We followed the directions given by the park on their website about how to get there and did not have any problems finding the sign and finding the correct entrance. There is a clear separation between the RV Park and the flea market. We never noticed any flea market personnel near any of the RVs in the park. The lot closest to the RVs is typically used by vendors who are far too busy with their setup to be of any nuisance to RVers. I only mention this since we were concerned about this issue given an earlier review on the subject. We found it a non-issue. We would stay in this park again if we were in this area again. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $30.00
This park is right next to a "flea market". You need to go thru a toll booth to get into the market and the campground. There are signs directing you to the proper gate to get into the park, but are not ready noticeable. My spot overlooked the parking lot of the flea market and there was a lot of foot traffic going by at all hours of the day and early evening. I would not stay here again. I camped in a motor home. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $30.00
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. The park is on the NW side of Houston. It is a very safe park to stay in if you need to be in that area. The park is attached to Traders Village which appears to be a huge flea market in very nice buildings. Park has concrete pads and roads in excellent condition. Excellent hook ups; pad was perfectly level. Grounds were well maintained. The only draw back we could see is with all slides open (including your neighbor's) you are about 6 ft apart from the others slide. Some sites are shaded and some sun. We were in the area visiting a friend - not for the flea market. But the park met our requirements. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $28.00
Rate reflects weekly rate. FHU 50 amp paved site. Paved roads. Sites are somewhat narrow. Clean and well maintained. Free Wi-Fi, but did not work entire week we were there. They were supposedly upgrading it. Large flea market next door on weekends. Good location for visiting Houston area. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $30.00
Large park next to a flea market. The streets were narrow as were the sites. Good power, water pressure OK, and AT&T 3 bars of G. Place is really crowded with monthly renters. We would stay again. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $28.00
Very clean paved streets and parking pad and grounds spotless and grass cut...no trees in transit area. Many full timers mainly in towables. Staff was very nice and efficient. Did not use pool, Wi-Fi, baths, so do not know their rating. The traders village is a flea market of very low end priced stuff and typical of a huge Mexican market. The RV site is well lighted and security ls patrolled. Shopping, strip centers , restaurants near by. This was a two nights between home and next stop...and family live in west Houston. We would stay here again as a stopover. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
For being next to a flea market, this campground is very well kept and quiet. There are a lot of 'permanent' RVers here who were helpful. The Wi-Fi service used is very frustrating and basically non-existent. Pool was fine, but the playground needs updating - only a swing set with 2 swings - disappointing. Most of the sites are pull through on concrete pads. Overall, I would stay here again. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
First time at a Traders Village. Very nice CG. Pleasant staff. Very clean, well maintained. Sites can be very tight if you are there on a weekend. Will return. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $35.00
Close to all conveniences. Clean restrooms, but the laundry needs updating. There is a huge open air market on the weekends, but it doesn't affect the campgrounds. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $29.00
We had a great stay at this Trader's Village. There are several of these flea markets/RV parks in Texas. We had just come down from the one in Dallas. The location was perfect. It was close to the city but far enough from the freeways to avoid the noise of traffic. Quiet and peaceful. Office staff was great. Wi-Fi was excellent! We will definitely stay here every time we are in the Houston area! We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $30.00
Stayed at Traders Village for 5 nights while visiting our daughter in Houston. RV Park on site of Traders Village Market. We did not have a chance to attend the Market (maybe next trip). Sites narrow with only about 6 feed between campers but I'm sure the RV Park draw is to the Market and not the camping experience. RV Park was clean with security patrols. I would stay here again. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $29.00
Run of the mill campground. Spaces right next to each other. Parked on cement pad that was not level. Wi-Fi is free now. Staff friendly. Lot of TV channels via antenna. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $30.00
A nice park just off hwy 6 coming from West I-10 and easy to get to. Near multiple other major roads and near lots of groceries and shopping and eating. We've stayed here before and deliberately came back here. The rate reflects the AAA/Good Sam's discount. If you're here on the weekend, there's a huge flea market right out your window. Don't know how the noise level would be during the daytime then but we're always here at off times. This site is close to friends and relatives yet we're out of the main Houston traffic. Haven't used the pool, mini golf or other facilities but they seem clean. The tables near the clubhouse need to be clean. Birds are using them for roosting and getting out of the heat. Some shade here but it seems reserved for their long term residents. I really like that there's big trash barrels right outside our RVs every few sites so keeping the area clean is no problem. The dog walk area is not as clean as it should be but I fault the dog owners on that, not the park. There's signs and they provide waste bags to clean up so I think people need to do a better job of policing their own animal(s). We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
As stated by others, spaces are close, our especially was tight due to being next to the showers and having posts that made it difficult to park our RV and allow room for our slides and still having room to park our truck. Wi-Fi was good, but cost extra. Wife used the laundry and was satisfied. Overall OK for a short stay. We camped at Traders Village RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.