Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $34.00
This is a really nice park. Even though it's not prime season yet, they already had the activities calendar up for the winter snowbird season, and they have more activities scheduled than just about any other park we've stayed in. There is a gigantic clubhouse, a social hall and a new palapal, all with planned events. The place was neat as a pin, including the pool and bathrooms, and we were greeted by very friendly staff. We're going to try to come back here to spend at least part of the winter this year. We camped at Sleepy Valley Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $30.00
The rate is the normal daily rate. We used passport for seven days and saved on the weekly rate. The park is a mixture of park models and RVs like most in the valley. Some streets have more RVs and others have more park models. It could use a bit of work on maintaining the landscape, but it's clean for it's age. The best part of it is the friendly staff and the Winter Texans are very cordial making for a good stay. It's butted up against two other parks that look just like it. If you are going to stay a month or more, they have a lot of activities in the clubhouse from ice cream socials to live entertainment and jam sessions. We camped at Sleepy Valley Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $15.00
This is a large Snowbird Park with many Quebecers. The Snowbirds and the staff were friendly. There are a ton of activities, a very nice swimming pool and roads in the park that are very rideable on bicycles. The surrounding area is uninspiring!! The highway is under construction but did not affect our stay. Our rate was the PA rate for five days and then it was $170 for a week. The park is fine but I have no burning desire to return to this part of Texas. We had cold windy weather pretty much the whole time we were there. We camped at Sleepy Valley Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $28.00
This is a very nice, clean and people friendly park. We had made on-line reservations and were given site 933 on Cherry St. When we got here I really didn’t care for that site and went to the office and asked if I could move to another and the lady said “sure, find one you like and let me know where you end up” We found a nice place on Pear St and set up. This park is attached to three other parks that are attached to a golf course. There are many homes around the golf course and parked RV’s also. Many year around homes and a lot of what they call Winter Texans. This is the Lower Rio Grande Valley and it is a super nice place to stay. You can stay here a week, 6 months or whatever you wish. Nice area outside the park except for the construction outside the front gate that will enhance the Parks entrance when finished. The construction does not interfere with the park at all; no noise can be heard inside the park. It’s very nice and quiet Shopping and Restaurants are all close by.. We camped at Sleepy Valley Resort in a Travel Trailer.