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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $43.00
Outstanding staff handled all our mail/Amazon deliveries without a hitch. Laundry spotless and fairly priced. Park two years old. Poor cable and WiFi. Almost out of reach for older Jetpacks, our new one worked much better. OTA TV got all the Victoria stations. We stayed three months at $375+.11kw, which we felt was a great value. Can't say enough good about the staff. We've already made our reservations for next winter. Very quiet and no thru traffic. Even got the newspaper delivered to our spot. Odd to have so many potholes in a new park, needs a good blading. We camped at Victoria Coleto Creek Lake KOA in a Motorhome.
The H E B Plus on Navarro in Victoria is an outstanding place for fresh food.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $38.00
Nicest KOA. Only 2 years old, clean, large lots, easy access, nature path, 2 dog parks. We camped at Victoria Coleto Creek Lake KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $29.00
I somehow did not review this park last month during my fall trip. This new KOA has only been open about a year. We had a level, FHU, back-in site near the office. Their cable TV was only 25 channels that were OK. Most sites are satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi was Tengo and completely worthless. Another customer who has been here since shortly after the park opened stated that the Wi-Fi has been a problem from day one and has been down more than up. I don't know why any new RV park would use Tengo. A little research would have told them that Tengo is despised throughout the RV community. The park sites and facilities are fine. Roads are paved and the gravel sites seem level. With the exception of 7 pull-throughs on the south end of the park, all sites are back-ins. Of the maybe 30 or so RVs in the park, most appeared to be long term customers. The pool was small but nice since we were the only pool users. There are two shower/bathroom facilities. One is in the south area of the park and isn't too far from about half the sites. The other one, which also includes the laundry facility, is at the northwest corner of the park about 100 yards from the closest RV site. That is really inconvenient for those folks in the south part of the park. You will have to drive to Victoria to shop or eat. I did not check out the Coleto Creek Park across the road. I would not return to this park as long as they still have the Tengo problems. Otherwise, it a nice park. We camped at Victoria Coleto Creek Lake KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
The H E B Plus on Navarro in Victoria is an outstanding place for fresh food.diceshooter60 • April 2015
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