The wind and blowing dust has been a problem the first 3 days, but no longer as it has rained and now I'm having to deal with the mud my dog and I track in. The park is half empty, and we were still given a site that is all gravel and dirt, instead of one with a concrete patio. I didn't question this at check in, as I was lead to believe the park was close to being full, or would be in the next few days. I'll stay elsewhere next year as this place charges too much for what it offers.
This was the second year that I have spent a month or more here. It is a little north of Houston, but it is the best that Houston has to offer. US 59 is under construction and getting to and from the park was very difficult, but should be easier very soon. I'll be back next year.
I like this park as it has concrete pads and because it is new. It doesn't have all the amenities that I don't use most of the time anyway. I have reserved a spot for next winter, and hope the laundry will be completed by then. Several reviewers have complained about one thing or the other at this new park, but no one has mentioned the monthly rate has been adjusted to a third less than what you would be paying at other parks in Rockport. While the club house, laundry, and pool are not finished you get a bargain, that suits me and Jake, the wonder dog.
The web site registration did not work. I left 3 messages via telephone and none were returned by the staff, this should have told me something. Overall the park was fine, with a new dog run, pool, etc. I stayed 2 months, and paid electric bills that were 50% to 80% higher than I've ever had before. The management's response was pay up or leave. During the 2 month stay 6 other campers and I finally choose to leave, which hard to do in south Texas in Jan. and Feb. Some campsites had older electric meters, but mine was the new and improved model.