Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $10.00
Our 3rd winter there. As mentioned, lots of things to do both in the park and in the surrounding area. Mexico is about 6 miles away. The back-in sites have concrete pads that are 44' x 18'. If you can not back into a pad this big... The RV section, being in a separate section, is a big plus. A club house, laundry, paved streets, low level lighting, a gated entrance make this a great place to spend the winter. We camped at Ranchero Village in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $40.00
If you like lots of activities, people and shopping this is the park for you. Pros: The permanent resident area is very nice, lots of interesting greenery etc. All the homes are well looked after, the staff and residents of this park are very friendly. There is lots to do, many happy hours, close to shopping, restaurants, on site activities etc. Maintenance on grassed areas is done weekly, the park is very clean. Cable and Wi-Fi are free. Cons: Very expensive, esp monthly, electricity is extra, crowded even though the RV sites are paved with grass areas between RV's. Little or no privacy, very poor Wi-Fi connection - for the cost in staying in this park they need to upgrade the Wi-Fi system. Sites are awkward to back into, esp with a big rig. Water quality is poor and pressure is very low. We did enjoy our stay and meeting a lot of very nice people we would not camp here again. We camped at Ranchero Village in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2007 - $25.00
This is a 55+ park. Located nicely in quiet area but easily accessible to everything. Large area of park is mobile homes but nice newer separate area for RV's with own entrance and small clubhouse with laundry although full use of all facilities and activities available to everyone is located near office. Staff is friendly and helpful. Office closed afternoons Saturdays and Sundays like most campgrounds in the Rio Grande Valley. Wi-fi available in clubhouse and is supposed to be available at sites next year although you can subscribe privately to local cable company for high speed at this time. You pay separate for electricity like most other parks here in the valley. We camped at Ranchero Village in a Fifth Wheel.