We camped here under Coast to Coast and the only thing good about it, other than the price, was the cement pad. There were many speed bumps going into the site and they are too high. If you have a low riding Motorhome or tow, take my word for it, you're going to scrape the bottom of your vehicle. About eighty percent of the campers are long term, one even said that she had been there for nine years. When it rains, water stands all around your site and goes no where. It's better suited for the ducks and rats (and they are big ones) that roam around. The staff acted as if you were a fly on the wall and dismissed you. Don't think we'll be staying here again no matter what the price. We camped here in May 2009.
We read the reviews on this one, but wanted to give them a chance. Big mistake. It's worse than others have stated. It's a big dust bowl. What site there is, is full of cement blocks with metal pipes sticking up out of them. We had to call for better directions and the young lady was rather rude. When we followed her directions and got lost, we had to call back. On the second call she was really nasty. However, when it came to taking the money for the site she was oh, so friendly. If we weren't so tired we would have gone on down the road. We will certainly pay more attention to others comments from here on. We camped here, one night only, in June 2009.
The staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are rather narrow if you have the next site occupied, but otherwise it's a great campground. Close to San Antonio and easy to get in and out of. We would stay here again. We camped here in May 2009
The staff was extremely helpful and nice. The resort was quite very well kept, and just stunning in comfort. It's within walking distance from Bourbon Street so you can visit often without having to worry about driving around the city or parking. If you don't mind the price, I would highly recommend this resort and look forward to going back again. We camped here in June/May 2009