Park is at 8479 Alameda Ave. Park has fifteen RV sites available. Previous reviews noted that the park was quiet; obviously they are immune to train whistles; we counted at least ten trains that went through from midnight till seven this morning. Campground is close to the "Golden Horseshoe", Wyler Aerial Cablecar and The Horseblanket Store on Gateway E. Cattlemen's Ranch is a half hour away and worth the drive. Campground manager lives on site and is very welcoming. We had an escort to our site. The sites are clean and tidy but need gravel to fill up the tire ruts. We stayed five days, and that was long enough. Not a vacation campground, but would use again for short periods. The Guineafowl are amusing and seem to have the run of the neighborhood.
The street number 13001 Cleveland Gibbs Road should not be used in a GPS the number is more like 887 and should be approached from Exit 70 of I-35. If the GPS shows Exit 74, THEN YOU ARE IN THE WRONG PLACE. Watch for the big yellow/black sign on SR 114. Sites are gravel with a concrete park for tow, but are close together. Neighbors had canoes, SUV and construction truck parked next to us. They moved before we could complain. RV Resort is close to Fort Worth and Dallas. Visited Fort Worth Stockyards and Dealy Plaza, Dallas. Dallas Fort Worth Airport is twenty minutes away and Texas Speedway over the Interstate. It was valuable since there are no facilities. Would use again when visiting friends in Fort Worth.
The Staff is friendly and cooperative. Campground clean with picnic tables and porch swings. The big drawback is the location. Between the Interstate to the West and the rail line to the North there is continuous road and rail noise. It appears from the construction that the Interstate will be nearer since a ramp is being constructed between the campground and the Interstate.