I would call this an RV park and not a resort. The roads are not paved and need some work. It was much quieter than I expected since it is near I-37. Premier sites are large and have concrete pads and patios. The regular rate for the premier sites is $41 which is high in my opinion. The pool and hot tub area was closed even though daily temperatures were in the 80's. The quantity of laundry/restroom/shower facilities was inadequate. Cats belonging to long term residents were allowed to roam freely and were frequently seen on our chairs and picnic table. This was a good location for visiting San Antonio. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
This is a very nice, quiet park. The roads are paved, and the sites are concrete. There is a large dog pen for off leash play. The restrooms were private and clean. The laundry room was clean. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
We feel the rate is high for what is available at this very small park. You must pay in cash to take advantage of discounts. It is beside a highway so there is some road noise. The owners are friendly and courteous. WIFI worked until another rv parked between us and the office, and then it wouldn't work at all.
The newer pull thru area is a big gravel parking lot but good for a couple of nights while sightseeing in the area. There are no sewer hookups in this section. You are allowed 20 kwh per day, and if you go over you pay .15 per kwh. Showers are $2, and there is a $5 charge to dump even if you are staying here. The $11 rate is for Passport America. The owner was very nice and helpful. When we drove up he had a packet of info ready for us. He is continuing to make improvements to the property and has recently planted more trees.
This is a great place for snowbirds with many activities to keep everyone busy. The majority of the park is occupied by park models. The size of the sites was ok, but the actual parking area was the narrowest we've ever had to back the motorhome into. We had a concrete patio on one side and shrubbery on the other. The streets are narrow, and there are many obstacles if you are trying to maneuver a large rv around. During the week we were there we saw a motorhome hit a lamp post and heard about someone scratching the side of their trailer on one of the fruit trees that are on each site. The laundry room is not short-term friendly. Machines are operated by a card you purchase and load with cash. Use a laundromat in the neighborhood instead of wasting your money on a card. Even though this is a nice resort, we won't stay here again because of the difficulty in maneuvering the motorhome.
This is the first rv park we have ever driven up to and turned around and left. It is a big dirt field with hookups. We couldn't bring ourselves to stay for one night. I can only imagine what it would be like if it rained. There is a state park about 45 miles west of Ft. Stockton that was much better.
The casino took a section of the parking lot and put in 10 side-by-side hookups. If someone had been on either side of us, we would not have been able to put out our slides. Maneuvering through the parking lot is not easy. Big rigs may have some trouble with that. The parking lot is well lit, but there is a lot of noise from casino traffic and the nearby I-10 bridge. We were given key cards to access the health club in the hotel where there were restrooms and showers.
I was told by one of the employees that the park is for sale. There may be a change in ownership by the end of the year. It is possible that the new owners may be selling individual lots. Conditions have gone down with the present owner. Cats and dogs are loose. Some long term residents have accumulated a lot of things outside their trailers creating a junky appearance. Free wifi worked well most of the time, but some days it did not work. Rate is based on monthly rental for a premium site.
This park has many amenities: pool, hot tub, sauna, exercise room, game room. They have many planned activities for the snowbirds. A golf course is adjacent to the park. Wifi did not work at our site. Use the entrance to the park to exit because the transition from the park to the street causes some rv's to drag. Rate reflects Passport America discount. We would stay here again.
This is a new park that is still being developed. The sites are gravel and are roomy. The roads are paved. There is a laundry room but no showers/restrooms. RV's with large rear windows may enjoy the view from the back-in sites at the back of the park. The rate reflects the Passport America discount. This park is a great value. We would stay here again.
This is a very basic park with many fulltime residents. The park is clean and quiet. There is a laundry room but no other facilities. We stay here whenever we are in the area visiting family and will stay here again.
This rv park has gravel roads and gravel sites. Sites are open with few trees. Water is from a well so washing rv's or filling tanks was not allowed. The laundry room was closed because of drought conditions while we were there. It is located just off a busy interstate so there was a lot of road noise all night. The owners were very friendly.
This was a strange but nice rv park. It appears to have been part of a city park which has seen better days. The majority of the sites are back-ins with picnic tables and concrete pads. They are fairly level, but some are only 30 amp. There are some pull-thru spaces on an asphalt parking lot, but they have no sewer. The host was very nice and helpful. This is a convenient location for visiting the Truman Library and home. It would also be close to Kansas City baseball or football games.
This is a small gravel parking lot with rv hookups. You will not find any grass, trees, picnic tables or bath houses. There is no host on the property. The owners come by twice a day to collect the money from the check-in box. The posted rules state no washing of rv's. I had a bucket of water and a scrub brush, no hose, and was getting the bugs off the front windshield when the owner came by. I was told that the no washing policy included windshields. I found the owner to be rude and not concerned with the needs of the guests.
The roads are paved, and the sites are gravel with shared power boxes. Some sites are back-to-back. We had trouble accessing our site due to the large cedar shrubs on each side of the entrance to the site. The pool was clean. The staff was efficient, and check-in was fast.
This is a no frills campground with dirt roads and dirt sites. There is very little grass and no good place to walk a dog. The pull-through sites at the front are next to the stables so there is some odor at times. There are no trees at these sites, but there is plenty of room for big rigs and toads. Because of the Passport America price we would stay here again.
Most of the park is occupied by mobile homes or rv's that are being lived in fulltime. The mobile homes were skirted and had neat lawns. Most of the permanent rvers had plants and flowers on their sites. I didn't see any junky sites. The area for temporary guests also has some fulltime rvers. We had no trouble getting our 40' motorhome into our site. We enjoyed the many shade trees and the peace and quiet. The office staff was not very friendly nor were they rude. The laundry room was clean. We would stay here again.
The office is across the street from the campground. We had to wait for someone to come to the office to register us. A note on the door to pick a site and register later would have been a good idea. The pads are paved, the roads are gravel. There are no shade trees around the sites. If you back in to the side of the pavilion, you can have shade either in the morning or evening depending on which side you park on. The sites are really close together with no grass. Grass and shade trees are around the perimeter of the campground. From the looks of the grassy areas, no one was picking up after their dogs. The dumpster was full and smelled the day we arrived. It was running over and smelled even worse when we left 2 days later. There is a nice pool area, a volleyball court, horseshoes, and a playground. There is a large pavilion with picnic tables for large group gatherings.
These comments are about campground 2. This is a very nice campground but has no 50 amp service and limited full-hookups with 30 amp. The waterfront sites have no hookups. The majority of the sites have no hookups or just electricity. There was a nice playground. The roads and sites are paved. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings with grates for cooking. There are many mature trees providing shade. The campground was clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. Make reservations well in advance.
We chose this campground because of the good reviews and were very disappointed. The sites consisted of dirt and gravel, no grass. Our neighbor's sewer connection was right next to our picnic table. There are a few sites with shade part of the day, but most of the sites are in full sun all day. Small trees have been planted between the sites which could be in the way of slides if you aren't careful. There was not a decent area for walking pets. The only semi-grassy area was full of weeds, stickers, and rocks. Some pets were not required to be on leashes. There was an extra charge for cable, but there are only a few channels so it was not worth the extra expense.
I love this campground. This was our second time to stay here. It is quiet and peaceful. There are trees everywhere so there is lots of shade. The lake has a paved trail around it for walking, biking, skating, etc. The four pull-thrus are not the best sites. The best sites are the ones that back up to the lake. Swimming is only allowed in the designated area of the lake when a lifeguard is on duty. This is the place to go when you just want to relax and unwind for a few days.
This park is clean and has grass between sites. All sites are concrete pull thrus with a picnic table but are not level. There is a nice grassy area for walking pets. The pool and hot tub area were also clean. There is no shade other than what you get from your awning or the neighboring RV.