Easy entrance and exit off city streets along with full hook-ups (30 amp) at no cost for the first night makes this little RV park hard to beat. Sites are all laid out at a 45 degree angle on each side of a central road with an entrance road behind the sites for pull-through convenience. Stayed here many times and will do so again.
The name of this park is Maverick Ranch RV Park, not Lajitas Resort and the website listed has no information on the RV park. It is a forgotten part of the resort and the new owners/managers of the resort seem intent to keep it that way. They do have a pool but it is not accessible as there is no on-site management to open the gates and no security to ward off looters. You are definitely on your own! You register nearly a mile away at the hotel office and it appeared that the few that stayed overnight simply didn't bother to register. The place is obviously the victim of a long and persistent looting campaign as everything of value is gone including the picnic tables, the laundry room equipment and, it appears, much of the office equipment. The place could be beautiful but is instead a neglected tragedy. About half of the sites are back-ins and many of those are not level at all from side to side. Some interest and TLC could make this very remote park a gem but it doesn't look like that will happen. Until things change, we won't be here again.
This park has sold again. Improvements and updates are happening rapidly. In the last month improvements include some of the forest of trees being removed for easier access, asphalt entry, remodeled bathrooms, new fencing, more 50 amp sites and a total make over of the office building to include a very nice meeting room and breakfast nook with free coffee. An additional acreage is being added to the park but it is several months away. When ready, it should nearly double the park size. We would have rated it even higher but for the noise from the very close Interstate 30, but we would definitely stay here again.
We were assured by the owner on numerous occasions that our site would be ready by late October arrival but when we got there, we found that it didn't have a single site available for occupancy. The few sites that had been worked on were still months away from being usable. This park has been under construction for two years now and still has no sites. The purported "first class" image went down the drain this past spring and it now looks like this will be just another "mom and pop" operation. It obviously doesn't even have a "shoe string" to take care of the problems that come up in opening a park. Too bad! It will end up being a black eye for Del Rio.
This is probably the finest RV park within four hundred miles. WiFi problem mentioned by others has been fixed. Lots of shade with asphalt roads and cement pads and patios. A few of the pull-thrus have steep exits and may not be good for actually pulling through. We understand that a lot of new sites are being added soon. They have a shuttle service to many of the near-by attractions, including horse racing, casino, Cowboy Museum and much more. Great park for visiting OKC as Interstates 44 & 35 are very near. He highly recommend this park.
All the sites are large and level and with 50 amp service. Small group of winter Texans in early winter and lots of caravans into Mexico from this park in January, February and March. A lot of interesting tourist things on both sides of the border. We plan to spend a month or so here this coming winter (08).
This is not a quality park. Sites are close together and difficult to enter or exit. Much of the services are shared with the next site. It is basically a permanent trailer park and not a good choice for overnight or short term stays. Several other parks over a lot more. We moved after the second day.
Great, quiet park. Air force planes are not obtrusive. Cell phones don't work but WiFi works great. Need satellite for TV. Deer are common in the rv park in the morning and evening. Great hiking and rock climbing areas. It is a lake park and you may have to put up with the nasty habits of some fishermen...cleaning fish on the picnic tables and leaving their stench and fish parts right there. We will be back in spite of these dismal people.
Many of the 75 advertised sites do not have sewer connection and most of the sites are very difficult for a big rig to get into. Unfortunately, if you want to stay in Bartlesville, its about the only choice you have but maybe that's reason enough to bypass this rather run down little town altogether.
This park has really gone down-hill and is now a real dump. Do not enter it at night as large tree branches hang well out into the road and cannot be seen after dark. The site was long enough for our 40' with toad but the utilities were all at the edge of the road so we could not reach the sewer with 30' of hose. We needed 100' of water hose. The roads are filled with holes and there wasn't a light in the entire park. It is located next to a junk yard, an Air Force Base and the Interstate. We consider this the poster park for boondocking at Wal-Mart which we very seldom recommend.
A mostly permanent park with little "overnight" traffic and a lot of empty spaces. We found it very difficult to level the RV in all of the temporary sites even though they were newly paved with asphalt. The park is clean but often crowded with traffic from the on-site convention hall that is used for weddings, proms, etc. Getting to the park is also difficult as you have to go completely through the city of Corsicana if you are traveling I-45. There is no bypass and the traffic is often very congested. It easily was a twenty minute trip from the interstate to the park. We probably will rearrange our schedule on the next trip so we can get to some other park.
This is a very new park but they have done it right. The bathrooms were the best we've seen in any park. Satellite TV was limited but with several premium channels. The free Wi-Fi worked great. They have a small selection of grocery items in the store/office and a very good full service restaurant at the entrance to the park. The Friday night and Sunday buffets were excellent. There is big screen flat panel TV everywhere, even in the laundry! It is easily the finest RV facility in the area and we would highly recommend it. Be aware that the elevation at Ft. Davis is over 5000 ft. so breathing will take some adjustment.