This is a marvelous park with owners on site. If you are looking for a lot of activities, this is not the park for you. If you like quiet, this is it. Mostly permanent campers that come down on the weekends to the shore. Fishing pier at Copano Bay is a mile away, and you can walk to the water. This park, though it has a Rockport address, is actually about 5 miles from Fulton. The pool is not heated. There is a fantastic Texas BBQ made on site, and freshly ground coffee, who could ask for more! If possible we would stay here again - and we plan to stay for 5 months this time!
The only reason this park didn't rate a 10 is that the Wi-Fi was down - and had been for several days when we got there - we stayed 2 days and it was still out when we left. They are somewhat anal about their sites, manicuring them to the nth degree, and the sites are very close together - felt like our dining room was in the other folks bedroom. The folks that were wintering there were very nice and they had a social hour every day at 4 - terrific lending/exchange library and a lot of DVD's and music as well. We would stay here again - but we'd call and check on the Wi-Fi first!
We stayed here for a week - had a simply marvelous time. The people at this park are wonderful, they go out of their way to make you feel a part of their family. While we were there they had a wonderful Veteran's Day ceremony, collected donations from folks for the D'Hanis high school band and they raised $400. How cool is that? While there they invited us to partake of the Tuesday special at either Pizza Hut or Dairy Queen - they have a 'skip' special. They also invited us to try the local steakhouse and saloon in D'Haanis - and we did and it was the best country fried steak DH had ever eaten!!! My chicken cordon blue was excellent as well! We went with 16 other folks to the same place for breakfast on Thursday morning - and it was as good as dinner! If you happen to be an Escapee, don't miss stopping at the Lone Star Corral - you'll be glad you did!
Lovely place for a one night stop - we had good water and power, however it advertised a restaurant and it was closed last year according to the young lady on the desk. They also advertised satellite TV and there was none. Far too many cactus for our liking, and the sites are very narrow. When you step out your door you are practically in another person's site. For $10 I guess you can't complain, however they could really have a terrific place if they had Wi-Fi and widened the lots - there is plenty of space to do so1
This is a Passport America Park . The man in office is friendly, however, the park is filthy. There is trash every where - not bags of it, but soda cans smashed into the dirt as well as all manner of candy wrappers, gum, etc. There is still the laundromat in the center of the RV park, and it is open 24/7 and very busy. However, to us that was a lot less distracting than the bugs and dirt. There were black beetle looking bugs that were 2 inches long running everywhere - yuck! There is a pool, but it was closed for the winter - but when I looked at it it was green and tons of bugs were floating on it as well as leaves and twigs. We would not stay here again.
Yes, if you have the windows open you can certainly hear the truck noise from I-80, however we had our fan on and it blocked all sound. Nice park and wonderful that it is right next to Cabela's - wish they would give a discount when you spend money at the store!
Excellent little park off I-80 exit 22 about 2 miles. No road noise, great little town. Spotless rest rooms, showers, and grounds. Heated pool also sparkling clean. Owners live on site and are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. If you are looking for a terrific place to park where the kids can have a good time swimming and relaxing, this is it! We stay here several times a year, because we like it so much!
This campground is not pet friendly. We were told at check in that there were two pet areas and were given a map of where they were. They were located at opposite ends of the campground, and they said that you must take the most direct route to the pet area and are not allowed to walk your pet anywhere else in the park. Needless to say, I am map challenged and started out the wrong direction. Before I had gotten 30 feet there was a man there telling me that I absolutely had to take my dog the other way to the area, and if I was caught again off the 'path' that I would be asked to leave the campground. I was not impressed. We were there during a spring blizzard which dumped over 14 inches of snow, and they did not plow the roads - or a path to the pet areas! The restrooms were clean but no private area to dress. There are long term units on the entire perimeter of the campground, and some of them are pretty shabby. We would not stay here again.