A good overnight stop. Sites are gravel and pretty level. Mr. Grumpy checks you in; he is in need of of some customer service training. I received a whole dollar discount for paying in cash. At $36.00 that is 3%, what a deal. The 10 or so sites along the back of the park are the only sites that are long enough to accommodate any rig 36' with a tow. I observed no less than three people having to return to the office because they were too long for the assigned site. I am 34 with a tow and barely fit in my site. The free Wi-Fi and cable TV were very good. There are several extra fees, like electricity, RV dump. Be aware there is train noise. I would select Deming for any time I traveled this route again.
Not fancy by any standard. An OK overnight stop. Sites are all gravel, level and hard packed. Small concrete patio at each site with a bistro size table. Trees for shade but some need lower branches trimmed be careful pulling into your site I agree with previous comment that the hook ups are far back on the sites, but I had no problem with 30 foot hose. Wi-Fi was weak and very slow, but it is free. The big negative is the freeway noise as this park is a few hundred feet from the freeway with no noise barrier. I would stop here again. Management was very friendly.
Nice park along the river. Sites are gravel and not very level. Close to the highway so there is some highway noise, but not very bad. Free wi-fi is poor and slow. Cable TV was good. My main complaint is for $38.00 with my Good Sam discount this is no bargain. All it has going for it is a swimming pool. But then this is west Texas. I will find another park next time for an overnight stay.
I spent two months at this park, the rate is based on that fact. I found this park to be as near perfect as possible. Escort to your site, help parking your rig. Restrooms and showers are tile and immaculate and cleaned several times during the day. Trash pick up at your site. Concrete pads and patio, each with picnic table. Sites are wide enough and, as stated, sand with sparse grass. Two heated pools and spa. Daily activities in a huge recreational hall. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday they serve breakfast and lunch. Very good food at below reasonable prices. Office staff are very helpful and aware of all local businesses. A short walk on the boardwalk and you are on the beach. The only negative about Port Aransas is the never ending wind, but then this the Gulf Coast.
Park is mostly full time residents, some spaces for transients. My site was wide, level, and had a large shade tree, flowers and concrete patio. Nice covered pool, clean showers and toilets. The park is very quiet. Close to shopping and restaurants. Escort to your site. The park accepts only checks or cash. My $34 included the Good Sam discount. If you enjoy a nice peaceful, friendly park this place fits the bill. I would stay here again.
An older park that is in need of much updating. Previous review a month ago indicated the urinal in the men's room was out of service; still is. Sites are wide enough but dusty and unlevel. Lots of permanent residents; must be worker bees as there is a lot of car and truck noise early in the morning. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The cafe was open, and I had the ribs; very good and at $8.95 a real bargain. This park is worth an overnight stay but not for long term. The $24 rate was with my Good Sam discount.
This is a typical desert park. Lots of dust and dirt, certainly nothing the owners can control. The sites are very wide and fairly level. I saw none with picnic tables. Lots of permanent residents, enough said. Free Wi-Fi worked well, fast enough for me. Cable TV was a nice addition. I would stay here again for a night or two, but I have paid $34.00 for parks with more amenities.
This is an older park but maintained to the highest standards. Clean sites, concrete pads, paved roads. Large pool, heated, and clean. Lots of activities in a huge rec center. No cable TV but I received 24 channels on the antenna. Wi-Fi available in the computer center for $10 a month. The only negative is the entrance. Be AWARE if you enter on Idaho Rd. going north, it is a very sharp right tight turn into the park. You would be best to move to the inside lane and swing into the park.The $20 rate is with Coast to Coast discount.
A nice park for a week or day. I stayed a week and found it quite acceptable. Sites are grass and gravel; some leveling is required. Most have a picnic table. There are large shade trees in many sites especially along the fenced creek. A game room with pool table and dart boards. Club house has breakfast and dinners. Good food, reasonable prices. There is no cable TV and forget about getting any antenna channels. If you need a satellite connection get an open site away from the trees. Huge swimming pool, but not heated. Water temp is similar to Lake Superior. I found the showers OK, but very old and pretty clean. Wi-Fi is worthless. Don't waste the $2.00 a day cost. The rate reflects Coast to Coast discount. I would stay here again.
Nice clean park. Quiet location as it is 9 miles off SR 95. Sites are gravel with concrete pads. The sites slope toward the paved road so require some leveling. Minor cable TV. As the the other review stated there are extra charges for some items. The wi-fi (Tengointernet) was very slow and dropped off frequently, not worth the fee. Clean pool and very clean restrooms. The showers had no privacy for changing just one open room. Would stay here again.
I agree with the other review. OK for a overnight stay. Sites are pretty level, wide, and long enough. The park is desert sand. Many ruts on the roads due to past rains. Pool was dirty and locked; looked like it had not been useful for a long time. Even though it was near 90 during my visit. Surprisingly quiet even though located behind a major truck stop. I would stay here for a night again. It's the only game in town.
Very nice park for a short stay. I found the sites wide, level and long. Nothing fancy just a quiet friendly park. Restrooms were clean, showers clean and roomy. I would stay here again. To get the discount you must pay cash.
Visited during the Kite Festival and salmon season, the reason for the $40 nightly fee. Phase 1 is on the top of the hill, long narrow sites, no shade, easy in and out. Phase 2 is in the woods, sites are narrow with trees on both sides, have to do lots of moving back and forth to get enough room for the slides. Sites are gravel and dirt and not very level. All have fire pit and table. I was unable to open my awning due to trees and tight site, no matter with all the trees there is plenty of shade. Huge recreational hall. Indoor pool, but very cold water. Roads are gravel and dirt, very dusty when dry and muddy when rainy. The 5 mile a hour speed limit is not enforced. As well as the dog owners picking up after their pets. Park is close to both Ilwaco and Long Beach. Towns have much to offer, as well as the long walks along the beach. I would stay here again but not pay $40. Coast to Coast rate makes it worth a stay.
Very nice park, but it is a typical southwest desert park: i.e. gravel sites, no shade, windy, dusty. My pull through site was plenty long and wide, with no picnic table. Staff was friendly and efficient. Very nice indoor pool, and club house. Lots of activities if a long term stay. Had excellent cable TV reception as well as free Wi-Fi. Town is small and friendly with one foot in the grave. A winery close and worth a visit. Stayed here in February and the nights are cold.
Very friendly owners. If Casey was any nicer she would have a halo. Park was clean and well managed. Nice pool with covered patio. Restrooms and showers were spotless. I had a very large pull through site, plenty of room for slide outs. The park is gravel but level. With wind there is dust, but then this is west Texas. Free Wi-Fi is secured, however while I was using it the response was very slow. All this for $25.00!
Don't understand the site classifications? There is Sterling, Gold and Platinum. I had a Gold site located on the top of the hill. They escort you to your site, something I enjoy. A very nice site, gravel but level and plenty long for my 34 ft. RV and tow. Roads are quite narrow and tight turns, but was not a problem. Free Wi-Fi worked super. No cable, but there is a TV in the club house. I received two English speaking channels on the antenna. All in all a very acceptable place to stay long term or short. Staff was very helpful, informative, and friendly.
This a small park by modern standards with mainly park models. But a very friendly park, exceptionally clean. Sites along the fence are not very level, however those within the main section are level. All have concrete patios and picnic tables. There is a large heated pool, club house, and small laundry with only one washer with hot water. Showers and restrooms are very clean. Close to Wal-Mart and three super markets along with many big box stores. Very quiet. I found the maintenance staff is by far the best I ever encountered, ask any question and they have the answer and will help. The rate is for a month period.
Concrete pads perfectly level with a concrete patio and picnic table. There is no shade but I was here in the winter so it was not an issue. Sites are very wide with grass separating each site. All sites are pull throughs. It had rained heavy the day before and the grass areas were very soft, so stay off them or expect muddy shoes. The showers and toilets are among the cleanest I have seen in any park. Laundry room is very adequate, and only $1.00 per washer. There is a free continental breakfast in the club house, how great is that? Also free Wi-Fi that worked super. I have stayed here three times before and it has never been a bad experience. Staff are helpful and friendly. The rate is for Coast to Coast.
This an OK park. Nothing special. But clean and friendly. Contrary to past reviews not all sites have picnic tables, mine did not nor did any near mine. There is a large pool, but being winter it was closed. Roads are narrow, gravel with tight turns. It rained while I was here and there were many mud puddles on the the roads. Being that the sites are also dirt and gravel, some have mud puddles. But then you cannot control the weather. No cable TV, but free Wi-Fi worked fine. There are a few trees due to hurricane Katrina. I would stay here again as I saw nothing better and all things considered this park worked nicely. Owners are very friendly and helpful. I liked the escort to my site. Bay Saint Louis is far behind Gulfport and Biloxi in getting back to normal.
Very clean park. Lots of shade trees, large pool, pet walk, Sites are gravel, some with concrete patio, some with wood deck. The lake is beautiful with some sites waterfront. I was here in the winter with only two other campers. It is far enough away from town to be very peaceful and quiet. The staff are very helpful and informative. The daily rate is C.T.C.
The sites are long, wide and fairly level, but grass and sand. A few had cement pads and nearly all offer no shade. There is no cable and no antenna reception and when I asked if I could watch the election returns in the locked club house I was told "can't help you". They (whoever they are?) don't want anyone in the club house "they" are planing on doing some up-dates. So what! The pool is not heated and for the 5 days I was there the debris on the bottom was not cleaned out, however the water was clear. The sign says, "shower before entering pool", impossible, the handle on the COLD shower is broken. The restrooms and showers are very clean. The warm, (not hot) water tank must be in Canada as it takes a very long time for the barley warm water to arrive. The most disturbing thing about this park was the adjoining property had three large hounds that barked NON STOP all day long and into the wee hours of the night. It appears there is little supervision of the maintenance of this park. A nice park headed for doom.
This park is very clean and friendly. The interior roads are a little narrow but plenty of room to turn. Plenty of shade and long pull through sites. Not geared for the kids, which was fine for me. No pool or club house, just peace and quiet. Close to historic St. Augustine and the beaches. Wi-Fi had a strong signal and is free. No cable TV but good antenna reception. I will stay here again.
Stayed two days. Had a site on the lake, beautiful. The hostess was super. She could not do enough to make my stay a happy experience. The sites are mostly shaded, very important for the Georgia sun. Showers and rest rooms are immaculate. Showers have 25 cent pay box, but you put in a quarter which is returned. I guess it is a remnant of past owners. Anyway the showers are free, just need to kick start them. If you enjoy peace and quiet, I highly recommend this park.
Located in the city. Close to all the attractions. The park is old, but kept in pretty good condition, sites are dirt and gravel, not very level. During the rain you have to contend with mud. The showers are only fair and if you are over 200 pounds it is impossible to change in the tiny space. For $42.00 there are much better parks.
Very helpful staff. I had lots of questions and they had all the answers. The park is close to shopping and the beach. I found the sites to very level and some have shade. Overall the park is very clean, quiet and well maintained. The only reason I did not rate it a 10 was lacked cable. I highly recommend this park and will stay here again.
Park roads are terrible, full of huge pot holes and during rain lots of mud. Sites are wide and grassy with mud. In fairness to the owners it had been raining for days. But some gravel in the craters would have helped. Permanent trailers are mostly run down and trashy. The rates are the best in the area, but! The owners need to spend some time and funds fixing the dirt roads in the parks and the entrance.