This park was the perfect stopover in route to New Mexico. Easy off, easy on, Hwy 40 heading west. We had a spacious 90ft pull thru for a 43 ft RV towing a vehicle, concrete picnic area with a picnic table and water/electric/sewer. The facilities were very well maintained and cleaned. Dog friendly, contained a dog run area and our spaced included an installed dog lead. Each RV spot was separated by 4 ft wooden fence. Facilities also include indoor pool, hot tub and weight room and a clean laundry facility which included a TV. The park also included beautiful sitting areas that are well lit with relaxing waterfalls and waterways throughout the park. The property was laid out well. Drive ways and spots were easy to maneuver the 43ft RV with tow vehicle. The special treat was the huge gift and home décor shop, “Lizzy Mae’s Mercantile”. I saw horror in my husband’s eyes when we walked in! Look for the waterfall inside the shop. Highly recommend, we will look for an opportunity to stop this way again.
Can we keep this our little secret? This is a small park, and I am afraid too many people will find out and there won't be room for us next time! We visited other RV parks in the area and, in our opinion, this is was the classiest and cleanest RV park in the area. The actually had real landscaping and St. Augustine grass between each of the RV sites. Each spot has underground sprinkler system to keep the grass beautiful. Cement pads and very tidy, well maintained. This was our first visit to the Rockport area and didn't realize a 43 ft motor home was rare; almost everyone else in the area was in a trailer or 5th wheel. We were very grateful/lucky Estes RV park had a space big enough for us and although they have great trees, none gave us concern. We were in spot 3. The park host was delightful and he loved our dog, Jack. I also have to say we were pleased there were no children in the park on our particular visit. We are grandparents but then there are times we just want quiet.