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Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $18.00
We only stayed here overnight on our way to Houston. The location is convenient in that it's right on I-10, but the traffic noise from the highway is extreme, including all night. The RV park is literally at the end of the exit ramp from I-10. Sites are a mix of grass and sand and gravel.
Most of the park is occupied by permanent or long-term trailers, some clean, some not-so-clean. You can go fishing along the lake, but I wouldn't call it relaxing, again because of the proximity to the interstate. The staff was very friendly and accommodating.
Although the price was right, we would likely not stay here again due to the highway noise. We camped at Boomtown Waterpark RV & Fishing Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: July, 2005 - $26.00
The website is much better than reality! The lake is spring fed and was an old sand pit. All except about 4 sites are filled with permanent trailers. Most are old and trashy. One trailer still has the truck (filled with trash) attached and looks like it hasn't been moved in many years. Water park is small, water looked dirty and they need clean up and repairs. Costs $14/day/person ($8.00 for 1 hour) for use of the three water slides! Miniature golf was cute, the water feature in it is dirty and smelly - costs $4.95/person! Pirate ship in the lake is neglected and needs paint. Costs $4.00/person to go swimming (included with camping rate). Camping is $22/night for two people and $4.00 extra each person over 2 years old. Contrary to the website it is NOT the finest in recreation or amenities and the prices are not family friendly for the little you receive. The site we were assigned had only 30 amp and the electric plug was broken and hanging out of the utility box. The water faucet didn't have any handle. Sewer drains are open with no covers and there was a very bad sewer smell at night. Had to be careful to watch out for the huge ant nest next to our site and our dogs picked up fleas. Entrance is paved, single road to sites is dirt/gravel. Looks like a few sites had new concrete pads poured?maybe some improvements are beginning? But there are no ?state of the art? sites like the website says are coming soon. This is really just a ?fish camp? used by the locals - definitely not an ?RV resort?. It is also right next to I-10 so you hear trucks and car noise all night. The staff was neither friendly nor unfriendly ? just didn?t seem to care. We will not return. We camped at Boomtown Waterpark RV & Fishing Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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