2 Parks near Mercedes, Texas
Jan 2010 - $14.00
Rate is figured on a three month stay. The people are very friendly and there are quite a few activities. The park is past it's prime and they aren't putting any money into it to try to upgrade it. You park on grass and put your truck or car on a concrete pad. The manager won't do anything but walk outside and smoke. That may be her job? Pretty quiet with a short drive to Hwy 83 to get just about anywhere in the valley. Wi-Fi is available in the clubhouse and it is pretty good most of the time. The bathrooms are generally clean but aging. Shade is not really available, there are a few trees but not a lot. - joe the rv'er
Feb 2016 - $25.00
Large gated rv resort, 3 heated pools, large long level pullthrus, beautiful new event center. This is an awesome place to hang out for the winter. Lots of activities on site, & of course, close proximity to Harlingen, McAllen & 20 minutes to Nuevo Progresso Mexico. Be aware that the wind is fairly strong from time to time (30 mph), so moniter use of your patio awning. Will definitely be back. - Smooth Running
Jan 2016 - $40.00
Stay as long as you can. Monthly discount to $25.00 per night cost.
Many, many, many activities to keep you busy every day if you want.
Three pool areas to enjoy the sun. - TMinett
Dec 2015 - $43.00
We travel to the Rio Grande Valley for short stays to visit family. We have stayed at several parks. Llano Grande is by far the best park that we have stayed at in the RGV. We stayed on the newer North side which are ownership properties. Sites are in the 75-80 ft pull thru and about 45-50 feet wide with wide level concrete pads and nice grassy areas. Many of the lots have been improved with nice small structures for storage and sitting. A few of the sites have had permanent dwelling installed in lieu of a Motorhome/RV Pad. I would not want to buy a lot for my Motorhome only to find that my neighbor is not another RV/Motorhome but a house. Since we were visiting family we did not take advantage of the many facilities and programs available. Most of the people there are "Winter Texans" escaping the cold. Only recommendation - There is curbside trash pick up twice a week. However there is no where to take trash on off days. Trash facilities for dog pick up would have been helpful. We would recommend Llano Grande and will stay there again. - cmwb