This is a beautiful and clean city park. It is next to the city park and the historical fish hatchery. All within walking distance. There is a creek with trout in it that runs through the park. There is a lot of good things to say about the park. Our Verizon phone gets 4G service. Park wi-fi and cable TV is good also.
We stayed here for several days. The sites are mostly level and grass. Good location if you are looking for a central location to see the surrounding sights like Mt Rushmore, Custer State park, Sturgis, Deadwood, Badlands, Devils Tower and other attractions. This is the place for value and also convenience to Rapid City. This was the lowest park that we found with hookups. We enjoyed our stay and will return.
This is a courtesy park up for two days. After two days, they request you contact the City Hall. There is a dump station and a water spigot. A short walk to the town square. The sites are gravel and level.
Another good COE park. Very friendly gate attendants. The rate reflects the access pass discount. They have made some improvements with new restrooms and showers. Some of the sites are still grass and uneven. We were in site #37, which was large, level and had plenty of room. We enjoyed our stay. We will return, if we are back in the area.
Our first time at this park. We enjoyed our stay very much. Ideal place to stay to be able to access the Tetons and Yellowstone. Beautiful place and very friendly and helpful attendants. We will be back as soon as possible. Verizon wireless and MiFi worked most of the time. No TV signals or satellite.
We were in #36 and stayed for 16 days. The park is always quiet during the week, but fills up on weekends. We had better Verizon service this time. Both cell and MiFi. We always enjoy staying here. They have completed the new road #2499 which runs right in front of the park. It makes it very easy coming from South from Swisher Rd or heading North from 407.
The park which is ran by the City of Lewisville has changed their policy and no longer offers the 50% discounts for the Golden Age or the Access Pass. The fees are $16 for 30 amp and $18 for 50 amp service. The only discount they still offer is a Senior Citizen Discount to anyone over 60 years old. That discount is still the 50% off so it would be $8 or $9 depending on your electrical hookups. Just thought I would post this for the ones returning and have used the discounts cards in the past.
The park is a City owned park and has a camp host that stays in the park. The sites have 30 amp but not all have water. The water is non-potable. The water/electric sites are $16 and only electric is $10. They due accept the Access Pass which makes all sites $8. Our Verizon phones had 1XEV with 3 bars and the MI-Fi worked OK but was a little slow. Some sites have awnings and some have tables. NO grills and only rock fire rings at each site. The restrooms/bathhouse appeared to have been replaced but they could have been cleaned a little better. We would stay here again. It is a good place for overnight stay.
We stayed here because of its central location to the Rocky Mountain National Park and other scenic drives and easy access. We don't have a lot of experience pulling the 5wheel in the mountains so it was easy to get to. There is one grade coming from Fort Collins but it isn't bad. The park is county operated and the sites are gravel and level. We stayed in the full hookup section which are all pull-thrus. The sites had 30/50 electric, water and sewer hookups. We had a good view of the southern sky and had no problem finding Direct TV satellite. Our Verizon phones had 1XEV with 4 bars and Verizon Mi-Fi worked well. Our site was #S10 and overlooked the reservoir. It had a nice view of the valley. The $22 fee includes the $7 a day permit to enter the park. The site was the winter rate of $15 (summer $20) a day but they also charge $7 a day entrance fee for the park. Although the day permit is honored at any of the county park for that period ending the next day at noon. Just seems to me that the day fee could be waived for campers. We would stay here again.
This is a large parking lot with electrical poles next to the Fairgrounds. A donation box is on one of the buildings. It is next to the Kit Carson Carousel which is very interesting. Also the rodeo arena and other exhibit buildings. A good place to stay the night if you are passing through.
The City of Dumas RV park is a parking lot with electrical hookups. Dump station on the side of the parking lot. Adjacent to the playground and wooded park. This is a good place for getting off the road and staying one night. There is a donation box by the dump station. Our Verizon cell phones and Mi-Fi worked very good. We heard some trains before bedtime and some the next morning but either they didn't run or didn't wake us up during the night. Didn't have any problems or see any drug transactions. A good place if you are passing thru and need a place to stop.
This park is in the middle of the city park complex. It is in the middle of the baseball fields, tennis courts and skate boarding park. The sites all have 30/50 amp. The water spigot is at the entrance to the park. The sites are wide with shade. No local TV channels but our satellite worked good. Our Verizon phones had 1XEV and 5 bars. Our Verizon aircard had good signal also. We will be here for a few days to check out the area.
We needed a place to stay so we called the city and they told us about this park. It is a free park limited to 3 days stays. It is a nice park with 7 sites. The water is turned off during the winter except for the Dump Station. A donation box it on the Bathhouse. We got ABC and Fox channels on TV. Our Verizon phones had 5 bars 1xev signal and the Verizon internet was good.
A very nice COE park. New bathrooms seemed to ave been added recently. Sites are gravel and level. Many of them are water front. Water has good pressure. Verizon wireless and internet are good here. During winter months of Oct 1 to Mar 1 the fee is only $4.00 with a Senior pass. We would definitely stay here again.
The park is well maintained COE park with improvements being added. The sites have room for slideouts. We use Verizon internet and could not connect. Our phones had good signal but it was 1X. We did get local channels on NBC and CBS on antennae. Water pressure seemed low but was alright. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here before and enjoyed it each time. Some sites are narrow if you have slides and some of the electric boxes require an extension to reach. I would suggest you check the sights hookups before unhooking. We have seen quite a few guests pull into the site and unhook only to learn that their electrical cord won't reach. The bathrooms could have been cleaned better and more often. The park is still a very enjoyable park being close to other services and conveniences. If you golf then it is adjacent to 2 courses. One of the golf courses is lighted.
We had another enjoyable stay with our grand kids. We were in site #37. It was kind of close with trees if you have slideouts. Our slideouts are all on one side of the trailer. If they had been on both sides then we wouldn't have been able to get in #37. The site was shaded pretty well all day long. The grand kids had a nice place to swim and we launched our kayaks. The playground has been improved since our last visit. The WiFi worked most of the time and was about the same as our Verizon Broadband. The Park had landscaping brick delivered in 2008 to replace the decaying crossties that are in the sites. So far a few sites have been improved but the majority have not. The pile of bricks are dwindling due to campers using them as jack pads and an attempt to deter the raccoons from opening the ice chest.
Another great COE park. We were in site #6. The sites are pull throughs with alot of shade. Has covered tables with grill and fire ring. Our Verizon phone and internet worked very good. Direct TV was difficult with all of the tree cover. The bathroom /showers were older and at the other end of the park. None in the section we were in. Although we were told they are planning a new bathhouse in the center of the park, maybe this year. Gates close at 10:00 pm with no access before 6:00 AM. We will stay here again.
We were in site #10: a lake front site with covered table and gravel patio area. Verizon phone and internet were very good. There was open sky for Direct TV. The only down side was the sewer connection, which was at the first of the pull-through. For our door to be at the concrete pad, it took 30 feet of hose to reach the connection. A trailer with the door in the middle, or a motorhome wouldn't have any problem and still be on the concrete.
This is a family owned RV park located at the entrance of the Lake Corpus Christi State Park. It is a small and very neatly maintained park with full hookups. We stayed a relaxing 2 weeks here. The Nueces River runs along the back of the park. The office and park store services the area and the State Park by providing fishing supplies and some groceries. They only rent pads for 1 week or longer stays at $75.00 a week plus electricity or $180.00 a month plus electricity. We had very good Verizon cell phone and internet signal. Direct TV had a good signal and also regular TV stations of NBC, CBS, CW and ION channels.
We stayed here for 1 week. The sites are close and there is no sewer. Overall it is a quiet park with the sounds of the gulf. We enjoyed the strolls on the beach. Wished it was a little closer, or at least that we could see the gulf, but still it wasn't far. There is a ferry if you are coming from Port Aransas. At low tide they will not allow fifth wheels or motor homes on the ferry. We waited for an hour and a half and then decided to make the loop around to Corpus Christi and come in from the south. We would stay here again.
We were here during spring break. We arrived the week before and were only a few campers in the whole park. As of the weekend beginning of spring break, the park was full. We camped in #48, in the 50 amp section. It seemed quieter than the other areas. In all, the park was quiet even though it was spring break. At this time, only one of the bath houses had been replaced. We were told that in April the park will be closed for improvements to be done. We have Verizon phone and internet and had good signal on both. Direct TV was good in the lake front sites. It might be hard to find an open sky in the sites away from the water, due to the moss covered, live oak trees. The only down side is no sewer, but that might be one of the improvements scheduled. We would return to this campground.
The park is very neat and maintained by the camp host. The sites are paved and mostly level and with full hookups. Some sites are reservable and others are first come, first serve. We stayed in #30, a nonreservable site. We would like to have been in #35 but it was a reservable site. If you are coming on a weekend it would be advisable to have a reservation. Our Verizon cell and internet signal were good with 3 bars of EV signal. Sites are very wooded so satellite signal is iffy, although we did pickup several Houston channels on regular TV antennae. The park accepts the Access Pass.
We really enjoyed staying here. We had a fair Verizon cell phone and internet reception. We were in A14 at the back of the park near a feeding station for the 32 deer and 2 guineas. The pads were gravel and fairly level. We will return next time we are in the area. The camp host were all very friendly and helpful.
Very nice Corp park. We almost had it to ourselves for the 2 weeks we stayed. Part of the park was closed for winter. We enjoyed our stay very much. The bathrooms need to be updated but they were clean anyway.
This is a very clean and comfortable park. We stayed during Fathers Day and had our grandkids visit. They loved the pool, the putt-putt golf and the new arcade. The free breakfast for the Fathers was well appreciated. Thank You
The park has a lot of permanent occupants. It has a lot of potential but unfortunately has been allowed to decline. The bathrooms remain in disrepair by abuse of the occupants. Being the only RV park on the lake it has little competition.
The park is very neat and well kept. It is located within the city limits of Quitman. The RV sites are level concrete pads. The park has playground and picnic facilities with restrooms. No Showers. It is a quiet park. We would stay here again.
We enjoyed our stay very much. The park is very well maintained with water front sites. Several improvements were being added such as new restuarant and office, additional cabins and new pull-thrus. The all-you-can-eat fish on friday nights were very good.
We camped for 5 nights during the Memorial Day holiday. The park is an older park but under new ownership. Several improvements since the last time we have camped here. Management was very attentive to making sure that everything ran smoothly. Not a bad price for all of the amenities. We will camping here again for the 4th of July.
The RV park is on a peninsula across from the marina. This is a good family park. We would have given the park higher rating but the showers and bathrooms were at the marina and so far from the RV spots. Only johnny-on-the-spot are in the RV area. Very quite, good fishing, owners monitor park closely and nice beach in front of RV spots.
Stayed for a couple days which just happened to be the same time as the Gold Wing Rally at the park. It is a small very clean city park with level concrete pads, a public pool, dump station and a fenced in playground. The only down side is the railroad tracks adjacent to the park unless you like the railroad thing. The Park Manager is very helpful in suggesting local points of interest and activities. She said that they are planning additional sites with pull throughs and also WiFi and nature trails during the year. Enjoyed our stay very much and will return for another visit.