1 Park near The Woodlands, Texas
Jan 2015 - $43.00
We really enjoyed our stay here. The staff was very friendly and helpful, providing a recommendation of an RV tech when we had a plumbing issue.
The park itself is a decent size but rather quiet, with two main areas of the campground separated by duck ponds. There is a walking path behind the ponds that leads into an interesting swampy area characteristic of this region of Texas.
All the main amenities worked great, though the Tengo internet or cable quality wasn't anything to write home about. During our plumbing issue, we used the club house's shower and restroom facilities, which are plentiful and very clean and nice. There's also a small workout room inside with the basics. - Ardent Camper
Jul 2014 - $36.00
Really nice park suffering through recent management changes. We stayed here last year and the park was immaculate, managers always circulating around and keeping things tidy and safe. New management very cool, rarely seen outside. Weeds in abundance which were just recently treated with Roundup rather than trimming. Ponds are filling with algae, which is always a problem in this area, but previous management seemed to make a great effort to minimize this. Did not feel as safe with many long-term oilfield campers driving too fast through the park and no observable oversight on general happenings like previous management. Too bad. Really lovely little sanctuary that we would hate too lose. - AOakley
Jun 2014 - $35.00
This was our 2nd time at the campground. If you are going to stay in this gravel parking lot, be sure and ask for the front part. We were placed at the back of the park. Lot of people are permanent and don't take care of their stuff. There were dog droppings everywhere. The poop can was never emptied the 4 days we stayed there. Workers rode around the area and I even saw bags on the ground. Mosquitoes were in full bloom, and were everywhere. It is nothing more than a gravel lot with trees and some grass at each site. Behind us was some guys racing their motorcycle engine up and down the streets. I wouldn't leave anything outside of my RV unattended. We will not stay there again. - bruce g