This campground has a lot of people living here full time that are working construction jobs in the area. Some of these permanent RVs are older and run down. Our site had a nice grassy area in between the site next to ours but no concrete pad. The concrete pad sites are more expensive. All campgrounds get noisy on the weekends with kids and weekend warriors. It wasn't a problem for us and during the week it was very quiet. The campground is family run and the owners are extremely nice and accommodating to the best of their ability. The only complaint we had was that they only had one dumpster for the entire campground and by Sunday it was overflowing with trash piled up on the ground around it. The gravel/dirt road made for a lot of dust but not a big deal if drivers would go slow. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice campground. Only warning is that even though the pad sites are paved, they are not level. The office staff is young and not friendly. Two young girls in the office when we checked in; neither offered us any information or advice about visiting the Horse Park or local attractions. It wasn't until I came back to the office later and asked about local grocery stores that I received an information sheet about the park. This should have been provided upon check-in as part of an information packet. That has always been my previous experience with campgrounds.
This is a very nice RV park. Each pad site is individually owned and there are groundskeepers that constantly walk through the park mowing, trimming, and blowing and sweeping the leaves, grasses, etc. The sites are concrete and roads throughout are paved. Our site was wide enough that we could park our truck on the pad next to the 5th wheel and not have to be directly in front of it. The Wi-Fi and cable are free. However, unless you are directly next to the office building where the Wi-Fi tower is located you can almost never get a signal. Word to the wise - we made the mistake of choosing a site with a pecan tree on it. Big mistake as the squirrels constantly made a huge mess! Our RV now has stains on the roof, awnings and some have dripped down the sides due to the pecans. Definitely a lesson learned.