Very nice resort. Concrete pads and roads, well maintained facility with a nice store (wine!) and cabins (we didn't use them). Decent WiFi. There are fancy houses on the other side of the "river/lake/whatever" that divides the motor homes (etc) from the houses. It was a little too up-scale for us. The only reason this place doesn't get a 9 or 10 is the road noise, which is aggravated by tire noise on the I-10 bridge. We would stay here again especially if we want to explore the hill country.
Your basic park in desolate West Texas. No road noise to speak of - the wind blew everything away (it's West Texas, so no surprise with the wind). Easy access for our 43 foot rig and we didn't have to unhook the toad. We would stay here again when passing through.
Your basic place to stay when passing through on I-10. Road noise not too bad. Gravel parking lot with hookups, but the site was level and access was easy for our 43 foot rig. We didn't have to unhook the toad. We would stay here again.
Nice clean park. Utilities worked well. Great staff. Not very noisy considering how close it is to AZ87 and the local casino. But the management of reservations and guests at the park is Awful! Several sizes of sites available, some will handle our 43 ft rig, but you play musical-chairs! We stayed for 2 months and were moved 5 times. "Someone is taking your site tonight" where the someone never shows up. We would stay here again, but be prepared to move.
Huge park, lots of permanent residents with tiny cottages and a pad, RV sites very close to the beach. Nice pavilion for every site. The beach!!!! Incredibly close and small sites. The RV and the pavilion left about 5 feet on either side. That's close! When you arrive you have to drop your toad. We couldn't because the lady has a broken foot so I showed off my skill and put our 55 foot rig through the park to the beach. Very very narrow. She says I passed my driving test. The beach is right there! We will stay again.
I-20 over the hill behind you and 70th Street in front. If you stay during the week it's noisy, but not too. Your basic one-nighter. The people are friendly and there is easy access to propane if you need it. We stay here every time we go east on I-20 and will stay again.
Big. Pool, arcade, lots of groups with children. Very clean and helpful staff. Church on Sunday if you wish. We had to back in. Good place to stay and go to Breaux Bridge for food, etc. But the road in is very rough and covered with crushed shells. There is a company on the river crushing shells and the powder turns to goo splattered all over the RV. We would stay again.
Quiet, simple, birds, flowers, and the lake. If you want to be entertained, this isn't the place for you. If you want quiet beauty in a country setting, this is. Personnel is wonderful! We sprayed the tires for sugar ants (country, remember?), and had no problems. Spent the day watching and listening. The fireflies made the night complete; the smell of flowers filled the air. We will be back again - our favorite spot on I-10.
Pretty park, you have to weave through Las Vegas in the Smokies, and our neighbor was 20 feet away. I'm sure the sites with the outside kitchens were outstanding. Ours wasn't. We won't stay here again.
Quiet, beautiful, high chaparral! The jackrabbits had very long ears, the birds were sublime, and the view: if you like this type of landscape, it's a jewel! You can reserve an exact site on the website, and everything was was better than we expected! Wonderful! We would stay here again and again and will return when heading west on I-40 next time.
This is a defunct motor court on US66 built a LONG time ago. We stayed in the middle of the court: nice level gravel pull through, easy hook-up, the man of the park guided us in. The train is not far away but it didn't bother us. Nice place for an overnight stay. We would stay here again.
Very clean, very complete, very moderm park with 14 rules, and sites so close you can smell your neighbor. If you like modern and clean, wonderful. If you like quiet and space, not so good. We had tickets for the Grand Canyon train the next day and set our alarm for 5:30. The train rolled through about 75 feet away all 2 miles of train with the horn at full blast at 5:29! I almost fell out of bed! If you want to take the train, and like super-modern camp grounds, this is for you! It wasn't for us.