Pros: Fairly new park. Maintained gravel roads. Clean facilities. Monthly calendar full of activities. The cable includes HBO, Showtime, and several other channels to choose from. Nice people. Monthly rate is 250 plus electric. Located right off of I-37. Only about 40 minutes from Corpus Christi and 45 minutes to Choke Canyon Lake. Lake Corpus Christi and state park is about 10 minutes away. Nice park and beach. Cons: The internet is hit or miss so it is better to bring your own. AT&T and Verizon work well here. The water is not drinkable due to a high salt content. However, they give you drinking water on a daily basis. Also be forewarned that due to the water issues, sometimes it can ruin your clothes when doing laundry. Specifically, the clothes react like they have been bleached. All in all, we would stay again. It is one of the most active and nicest parks we have ever stayed in and with all the pros they still have plans to improve it further!
We actually did not get to stay here but we tried. It was booked solid. They are in the process of adding 7 new sites. The park is the best option in Three Rivers. Big shade trees and a boat ramp. The campground is very snug though, and though big rigs can get in, it may be tight. The host was very nice and pointed us in the direction to find a park to stay in. Town is full due to a mixture of oil/ gas workers and fisherman.
Park is one of the best in the area. We stayed for 3 months. Depending on your site, it can get messy when raining. The only complaint is the internet. It get so bogged down that half of the time you can not use it during peak hours and they would not allow us to get an internet run through the phone line. Would stay again.
We attempted to stay here. The Cabin rented to us was something out of a horror movie. It was old, unkempt, smelly, and scary. The building was fine but the inside and furnishings, well the Salvation Army would not accept them. It was so unacceptable that we counted it as a loss and left. Disgusting and not even an option. Look up other options in town.
Like other RV parks there is highway noise, but all it takes is a fan to drown it out. We never had a problem sleeping, and we were the closet to the highway you can be. The park is serene. While here we saw deer, chipmunks, song birds, moles, and caught fish in the pond. We stayed here three weeks. Only downside is the price. They will not work with you on long term prices. If you try to go monthly they want you to pay electricity instead of making it a package, and when it all comes down to it, it equals out the same, $32 a night. They still did not have cable. However, the cable company was out there working on it while we were there, so soon. We would stay again.
We enjoyed the park and its location. Yes, the sites are narrow but any size rig can get in and out with little to no effort. Cute park with creek on backside, pond, mini golf, and pool. Seems family oriented and is dog oriented with plenty of clean up areas. Only downside is there are only 4 washers and dryers for all 90 sites. We paid for a month and it came to about 13 a night.
You can not beat having such a view when you are backed up next to the "lake". We stayed here for 2 months or so and we would stay again but it is not because of the owner. He was lucky enough to buy a gem but he is the farthest thing from "customer oriented" people person. He was unfriendly and rude. However, the park is worth the stay. The websites portrays it as a "tropical resort" and that is unrealistic. A couple random palm trees do not make it tropical. It is a mostly peaceful country park (yes there are deer, fish, and golfing near by and the faint smell of chicken houses) and the Best option in Nacogdoches. Will stay again.
We stayed here for 3 months for work. It is one of two RV parks in town however the other is just a parking lot. The owners are great and very willing to help any time they can. I would not consider the park a "destination park" but its good for overnights, weekends to visit family, or to live in.
The Boat ramp makes the stay worth the hassle. The owner has very little to do with the park and the management has changed hands since our stay. The park is good for an overnight stay or even a weekend stay however long term stays beware. Nicely put, the management is too involved in everyones lives and they leave little room for a quiet private stay. There is no swimming allowed from the boat ramps and they charge to store your boat.
We stayed here for only 3 days and I enjoyed the ducks! It had a lot of spots and though they were closer together than I like it was fine. It has a big pond, lots of ducks, and has a brilliant glow at night. :) Also within 30 minutes to the Lake Charles casinos. I enjoyed it and would stay again.
Nice Owners. Clean & Neat little park. Good for a stay over or long term but not ness. for a fun filled family time. In other words, not a vacation spot. Has an older trailer park next door and though some of the travel trailers in the park look ancient, everything is clean, neat, well maintained, and safe. Only 10 minutes from Searcy and minutes away from a great place to eat called "Who Dats".
Loved this park. It was clean and spacious. We stayed for 3 months due to work and it was very nice. Friendly and helpful staff. Close to Lafayette, 45 minutes from Coushatta and 1 hour from Lake Charles. Would stay again in a heart beat.