Average park. Close to I-35 and grocery store. Sites weren't very level, but they were manageable. Plenty of space between sites. Dog run was a little unkempt. The pool was quite a ways from anything and looked pretty small. Same with laundry, well away from sites. Management was friendly. Lost a leg of the 50a electric and they were quick to assess and fix. Price paid was with Passport America rate We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a really neat park close to DFW. Quiet, clean, and nice amenities. I highly recommend this park for people that need a winter base or even folks just passing through. There's no road noise, but the freeway is just up the street. Great access to DFW or to the Casinos in Oklahoma. The Alpacas are a plus as well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We Love this place! Really cute western motif. Beautiful area with great big sites. Gravel pads, well lit, no freeway noise, and nice people in the office. It was educational for the kiddo because he handled the alpacas. The sunsets from this park are amazing. Will definitely return anytime we are in Denton. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park was nice, large sites, open area between sites, alpacas a plus. The bathrooms were clean, but some privacy issues, one shower occupies the same space as the toilet. Great laundry facility. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good place to over night or short stay. Just far enough from freeway so no noise. Roads and sites are gravel, level, with space for 37 foot m/h and toad. Power, water, and cell (AT&T) good. We would stay here again in our motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflected the Friday/Saturday Passport cost. The owner of the park stayed 1/2 hour late waiting for our arrival (Ft. Worth rush hour traffic). Nice long gravel sites. Water faucet mounted in below ground level box that had cut-out so that it was easy to hook up. Nice soft water, unusual for Texas, good pressure. The park has plenty of open areas, also a small herd of Alpacas. The animals have a herding dog with them who checks you out to see if you mean any harm to his charges. Once that’s established he’s very friendly. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here at Passport America rates and for only one night as we were passing through the area. The owner was very friendly and attentive offering places to eat and directions to stores and gas station. The park itself is clean and well maintained with some permanent residents and some seasonal folks. The packed gravel sites were large and level. We enjoyed the western theme motif. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two nights on a Passport America rate. This campground is older, but in good condition and it looks like the owner is making ongoing improvements. It could be dusty if windy. I was noticing the grounds which is raked clean, but couldn't help but notice the bumper crop of puncture vines(stickers, goatheads,etc..)in the grassy area. Look out come August and September for your pets,Ouch. We would stay here again at this rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a weekly stay, kid tax, and Passport discount. The Good: Friendly and interesting on-site owners and the Alpacas! We arrived one day after a Cria was born and had fun seeing it and feeding & herding the rest of the Alpacas. Our site was large & level. Our Verizon air card hooked up well. The park is far enough away from I-35 that the noise isn't as noticeable. The park is mostly seasonals or permanent folks so once the morning traffic is out the park is quiet. Laundry facilities were clean, reasonably priced and all functional. Groceries, gas, movie rentals, oil changes, etc all close by in Sanger. The Bad: The WI-Fi situation was a bit wonky with 2-hour passwords or having to use another password but fearing that logging in on it would kick someone else off. We understood them to be working on getting it resolved. Shower situation in the men's restroom a bit awkward with no privacy between them and the restrooms , but no one else seemed to be using them so it was OK. Also, stick to the gravel when walking around as there are lots of sharp painful burrs to be found off-path (not the parks fault but just something we learned the hard way). The main traffic light in Sanger gets a bit congested. Try to avoid coming through during rush hour or school ending times. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 5 days, while attending a family event. Big sites, nice and wide, not very level. Very dusty because of no rain for a while. Originally were going to get a pull-through site, but decided on a back in because of shade. Did I mention it's been over 110 every day?! It's an older park, but well maintained. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. Rate reflects Passport America and Good Sam discounts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects combined discounts from PA and Good Sam. We really enjoyed this campground. Our site was level side to side, but had to lower front significantly to achieve level front to back. Internet available but costs extra. Our Verizon cell and Internet worked great. Couple in office very accommodating and friendly. Very quiet area, easy to get to, big rig friendly. We stayed four nights and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a delightful park with back-in sites, gravel and level. The park has a western ranch theme and includes a herd of Black Angus cows that wander by each morning and night (outside the park fence, of course). The owners are a very friendly and helpful couple. The wife gave us a welcome bag that was awesome when we registered. I would recommend this park to anyone and certainly will come back again when we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed on a Passport America rate. Nice big park, lot's of open space and grass. Quiet park for peaceful nights sleep. Very friendly front desk. I recommend this park for a night's stay or longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.