Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $28.00
Park was hard to find and way off the beaten path. Most residents in the park look like they are permanent. Sites were gravel and unlevel. Pretty shoddy at the best. Only nice thing about the park was the manager. Probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped at Quail Crossing RV Park in a Motorhome.
We were very disappointed in the rv park. Most of the people staying at the park were living there full time. It was hard to find. The facilities and buildings were old. The sites were not level and not concrete. The pool was an above ground pool and was not maintained. We camped at Quail Crossing RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $28.00
No shade available. No meeting room or activities. Pool was not available for use due to the cold weather. Gravel sites with good grass and table. Washers/Dryers in unheated building with door open. Would stay again, but not for long. We camped at Quail Crossing RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $9.00
We stayed here in August and the temperature hovered around the 100 degree mark all month. One week it was over 100 degrees every day. There is very little shade here so our air conditioner ran 24/7, and it was till over 80 degrees in our rig. The park owners were very friendly and they put us along the fence where we had the most chance of shade in the late afternoon. They have added about six new sites along the fence line at the rear of the park and these are the ones to get if you want any shade. The other shady sites are already used by permanent residents. While we were there, the owners were putting the finishing touches on a new pond. Not sure if they are going to stock it with fish or if it's just for looks. They have also added a new above ground pool that looked very inviting after a blistering hot day, however, by the time I got home from work, I was too tired to use it. Beware of fire ants. While my husband was outside rearranging our sewer hookups he didn't notice he was standing on an ant hill (the tall grass had hidden it) and by the time he felt the first sting his feet were covered in ants. He suffered 42 ant bites and his feet were swollen for several days. Other from that our stay was nice enough. The monthly rate was $275 plus metered electric. When I left, our electric bill was $207 from running the air conditioner but the heat would have been unbearable without it. We camped at Quail Crossing RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $22.00
PROS> Extremely friendly and helpful staff, level sites, free cable TV, free Wi-Fi, laundry, small camp store, small golf driving range, plenty of room for pets, and located in a quiet, rural setting adjacent to a nice pond in which fishing is permitted. CONS> The facilities here are very old and are in dire need of a regular maintenance schedule. This park is well off the beaten path and is a bit hard to find (our GPS didn't recognize the address and the staff talked us in via our cell phone). There are many permanent residents here, most of whom work locally and none of whom occupy RV's that have been recently washed, waxed, painted or cleaned. OVERALL> This is a quaint little park and is very well suited as a home base for exploring Waco and surrounding areas (which is what we did). If you're looking for luxury or status, however, this place won't fit the bill. Our $22.50 rate (RVParkreviews won't let you enter cents) was calculated after applying a Good Sam discount. We camped at Quail Crossing RV Park in a Motorhome.