Wow! Super nice and clean. Staff was friendly. The primary downside for us was the traffic noise from hwy 105, but overall this may be the best KOA at which we've ever stayed. Will definitely stay here again whenever we're within 50 miles of Lake Conroe.
Probably one of the nicer state parks we've been in. There's several sites with great shade trees, huge sites so you have great privacy. Excellent wildlife to be seen. Sites near the lake have less privacy, as there are trails to the lake right in the middle of site that are the only way down. Fair amount of stickers that followed us everyone (in the RV) We'll be back.
Like so many others, we used to really enjoy going to this park, but now find the park has lost touch with reality. We had a month long reservation, but experienced a death (my father) in our family one week prior. The refund policy was still followed, so we lost half the month's cost. We did show up 3 weeks later, post funeral, and discovered the cost has gone up and they even charge a petty $2.50/day for cable TV. WiFi is OK, but intermittent. The work campers are friendly, but the real owners are not quite as in touch with their customers. We'd recommend you look around, perhaps Gulf Waters, before finalizing on this place.
Excellent Corp of Engineers park. Well maintained, wonderful wildlife, right on the waters edge. We had a slight problem with our 50 amp service, but switched over to 30 amp and notified the staff. It was a weekend, so the fix didn't happen until Monday. If you're on a water front site, there is some foot traffic through your site to the water, mostly rude, weekend only type campers. Lots of tenters, too. Will stay here anytime, especially Monday through Friday.
The park was acceptable, relatively clean. The down side is that it's next to a seedy neighborhood. We walked outside the park one block and were scared to go any further. That made us a little uncomfortable. However, for an overnight stay is was just fine.
As of this date, the park is only 17 months old. However, it is one of the top 3 we've ever stayed in. It's designed for RVers. Very well kept grounds, a dog run, completely fenced with a security gate, and the staff is just awesome! Anytime we are near Topeka, we will go out of our way to stay at this park!!
We don't like KOA's in general, as they are not well kept. This is an exception! Friendly staff, well kept, excellent Wi-Fi. While gravel roads, it's all level. There are cute little cabins for tag along relatives. The pet area is the best we've seen in 3 years. They custom make pizza right at the park, for a decent price of $10, and deliver to your rig. Far enough from the highway for the noise to be dissipated. Sites are a little close, but it's been the best KOA we've ever seen.
It is located in west Lubbock, with easy access. The camp is very clean with a fair number of full timers. However, all are clean and well kept. Pet owners should beware of ticks and stickers. There are not a lot of places for pets. The people are nice. I have stayed there 3 times and will stay there again!
Clean, easy to access, no frills. Not too many full timers. Cable and internet access were great. Gravel roads. Convenient to local restaurants, although the whole town of Elk City is only about 6 miles across. Far enough from the I-40 that the noise wasn't bad at all. Water pressure was only 40 PSI. Nice young couple running the place. Would stay again for overnight anytime.
We stayed at this park because the ratings looked decent. Upon arrival, the number of full timers was obvious, and the appeal was not very good at all. We got the best site, #18, which is on the end and allowed us to look out our door at trees. However, behind us sits a multitude of very old, creepy full timers sites. Good cable TV, great internet access. And, only 1.1 miles from the local state correctional facility. We'll try the state park next time. Stayed only 1 night.