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Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $35.00
Nothing much has changed since the last review. Certainly nothing for the better. Still no facilities such as bathroom, shower, laundry, etc. Beware: Main entry road has tree branches that will scrap most any Class A RV. Will avoid in the future. We camped at Nacogdoches RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $14.00
Above rate reflects monthly rate. Sites are marginal. They are plenty long, but barely wide enough to work, and definitely NOT "nice and level" as previously described. Two or three near the front may be level enough, but all the rest are considerably nose-low, providing problems in leveling even a short Class C, much less a long Class A. All sites would work ok for trailers. With a 40' diesel motorhome, we had to pull much further forward than desirable for utility connections and still had to use a LOT of lumber under front jacks and tires to get level, which then required a wood pallet and concrete blocks to make the elevated entry step height workable. The park manager did help by bringing six concrete patio blocks to the site for our use. A small class C, two spaces over from us had around 8" of wood under the front wheels. The free WiFi was weak and was usable perhaps 50% of the time. It was a dusty month for us with lots of blowing dirt almost daily from the livestock auction/Exposition Center dirt drives and parking lots to the south. We will look for other options on our next visit to the area. We camped at Nacogdoches RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $33.00
Directions could have been clearer. You have to get off of the highway at the appropriate exit. It is a 4 lane divided highway. Small park with shade trees. I don't think the owners are on site. We had to call them to meet us at the park. This is just a place to park. One washer and dryer, no office, no area information, no receipt. They came by for their payment and left. I think the price was a little steep for no perks at all. We would look for another place. We camped at Nacogdoches RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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