We certainly agree with all of the previous posters. The owner was extremely friendly and helpful. We had a back-in space that was easy to get into (with the owner's help) and had a beautiful view over the hills and trees. The free Wi-Fi was excellent as were all of the utilities. We came for one night and ended up staying for four. We will certainly return to stay here again and will recommend this park to others with whom we come into contact.
WOW!!! What a surprise this place was. It has nice concrete pads, picnic tables, grills, heated pool, free cable and free Wi-Fi. This is all in addition to the friendliness and courtesy of the owners and employees. The owner came out to check on us as we were setting up just to make sure that all was okay. The only negative is it's proximity to the Interstate. The noise was not terrible, but could be heard. We came for one night and ended up staying several. We will definitely return and we highly recommend this park to others.
Since we were here in November, there was no water or restrooms, but the 50 amp service was good and we stayed warm. We were just glad to find a park that was open. No complaints; it was what we needed at a fair price.
This is a great park with wide open spaces and lots of room between sites. The water and electricity are good and the addition of Wi-Fi is great. We stop here every time we are in the area. It is not fancy, has no restrooms or showers, but has all of the basics. It can't be beat for the price.
This is an excellent city park located next to the lake. There are four sites offering electric hookups only. There are restrooms and showers and a dump station. One site has a 50 amp plug-in. We camped here 7 nights and enjoyed our stay. The posted rate is $3.00 per night and payments are placed in an honor box. This is an excellent overnight stop (or 7 days in our case).
This is a nice park, but I would not recommend it if you want Wi-Fi. We stayed here 4 nights and I could not get a Wi-Fi connection a single time. I walked all over the park trying to no avail. Everyone that I talked to had the same experience. One man said that he got on for a few seconds one afternoon. The folks that run the park were very nice, but seemed to be totally oblivious to the problem. Any time someone would mention the Wi-Fi problem to the office personnel, they would offer some new excuse. I depend on the Internet and will never stay here again. Until they get it fixed, they should say NO Wi-Fi.
This park is in a beautiful location. The manager is friendly and helpful. However, the park has been allowed to run down and is beginning to look bad. About 90% of the spaces are occupied by permanent residents and it is beginning to look like a trailer house park not an RV park. Most of the permanents stay all winter long so they have underpinning and insulation that certainly doesn't help the looks. We stayed here as Coast-To-Coast members.
This is a very nice park. The restrooms and showers are the cleanest that we have found anywhere. The only complaints that we have are (1) the Wi-Fi only reaches the area close to the office and is not very reliable there, (2) the spaces are too short for our 34 foot fifth wheel and truck, and (3) the spaces are too close together. Every space has a picnic table, but you are so close to the next unit that it is hard to get around the table. We will stay here again.
I was not too impressed with this park. It is old, crowded, full of permanent residents, and (one of my pet peeves) had the water hookup within 12 inches of the sewer. It is in a very run-down part of town and didn't feel too safe. The front door to the office was locked and you had to ring a bell to get in. They did have an automatic gate but they required a $50 deposit on the gate opening remote. They also had a $25 deposit on each of the keys to the showers. Therefore, we had $100 tied up in deposits just to stay in their park. My wife said that the showers and pool were nice. We will not stay here again.
This is a nice clean park. The employees are helpful and friendly. We used Passport America and only got water and 30A electric. This was okay for two days, however. My only complaint is that the Wi-Fi is expensive and not reliable and very slow. It doesn't even allow you time to read an article before it logs you off. I think that if you are going to provide Wi-Fi (and charge for it) that it should be better than this.
We drove by here only to check it out for a possible later stay, but it was so nice that we spent two nights. This is the first park that I have rated a ten. It is clean with lots of space between sites. The camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. The free wireless Internet is the best that I have found lately. The rate shown is for Passport America. The only thing that is needed to make this place perfect would be a swimming pool.
The rate is based on the purchase of an annual pass. This is a nice state park and the employees were very courteous. They now have Wi-Fi available but you must be in the vicinity of the office to get the signal and it is a pay system. I sat at a picnic table just outside the office and it worked fine. None of the sites have sewer hookups. We enjoyed our stay here and even used the pool.
Overall, this is a nice park. The rate is for Passport America. The spaces are a little too close together, but were better than another El Paso park that we surveyed. The Wi-Fi didn't work, but I got the telephone number of the service provider and they were very helpful in coming up with a work around. We would probably stay here again.
The Trailer Life listing shows this campground to have Wi-Fi but they don't. The sewers are so far back that it takes more than 20 feet of sewer hose, therefore we didn't use the sewer. Most of the occupants appeared to be semi-permanent. We only stayed one night and then moved into El Paso. The person at the desk indicated that the park had just been sold; maybe it will get better, maybe not. We will probably not stay here again.
This is a very nice park but the rate was higher than we are accustomed to paying. The section we were in has good separation between spaces with good grass. The one disappointment (beside the price) is that the Wi-Fi is new and not at all reliable. Out of four days here, I probably had internet connection only about two hours total. Fortunately, there is a Hastings Book Store close that had excellent Wi-Fi. The management was friendly and helpful. I would probably rate the park a nine had the Wi-Fi been better.
This park is a real sleeper. It is only about two years old and everything is very nice. The people that run the park are friendly and helpful. Even though there is no wireless internet, there are high-speed ethernet connections at many of the sites and they are free. While this is a good spot to stop on the way north from the Texas Valley, it would also be a great place to come and stay for a while. It is close to many of the hill country attractions. We definitely plan to return for an extended stay.
We only spent three nights here although we would have liked to stay much longer. It is a very nice park with access to the beautiful Frio River. The owner and employees were friendly and very helpful. We used Passport America to get 50% off the normal rate. The ability to make on-line reservations is an added bonus.
We stayed here for eleven day visiting friends who were Winter Texans. The majority of the sites are park models for Winter Texans but there are ample temporary sites. The sites are in an old orange grove with lots of nice grass. You are allowed to wash vehicles using the water from an onsite well. Everyone was very friendly.
We stayed here on the Coast-To-Coast pass and paid $13.00 + $4.00. When we arrived, the park was full. The owner came out to meet us and told us that they were full, but that he would find us a place to park overnight. We were impressed with this since a lot of places would have said "sorry" and sent us down the road. He parked us on the driveway at the end of a row and provided a 50 amp extension cord and a water hookup. He then brought out parking cones and placed one at the front corner of the truck and the back corner of the trailer. We repeatedly thanked him for providing us a space and his reply was, "that's what we are here for". We highly recommend this park any time you are in the Victoria, Texas area.
We camp in this park whenever we are in the area and need to stay a night or two. It is very easy access to the interstate and is close enough to Bismark to go there for events and shopping. The camp hosts are always very friendly.
This is a very nice park with some sites that back up to a wonderful view of Lake Superior. The price was a little higher than we usually pay, but was well worth it for a few days. The biggest problem with this campground is that they take reservations well in advance so you might have a hard time getting in in the prime season.
We stayed here for six weeks. We are escapees members and paid the escapees discount price plus $2 for 50 amp service and a pull through. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here. There is some type of activity nearly day. The management is very friendly and helpful. The campground is far enough away from the congestion that we had no problems coming and going.
We spent two weeks here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The campsites are well separated and you have ample privacy and quiet. We stayed for half price with the Golden Age Pass. This visit has given us a new appreciation for Corp Of Engineer Parks. The camp hosts and attendants were very friendly and helpful.