Sites with 50 amp are large but consist of dirt/mud, weeds. Cement pad is really only wide enough for RV with slides. Very little maintenance is done to the sites by park staff, It is your responsibility. Office manager stated if we didn't like the site we could plant grass, lay sod or put down rugs or mats to cover the dirt. They weren't doing anything to the sites. We found out that people that returned to this park each year did their own yard maintenance, including cement pad enlargement, walkways, grass, etc. That is fine for long term residents but it doesn't work for the short (less than 4 month) stay. Lots of people that were staying for 5-6 months planted grass seed or sod, but then management complained about the increased water usage. You couldn't win with this group. Also had a problem with pest control (mainly ants, but also heard about termites too) It was also your responsibility to cover costs for exterminator services. Cable was only 5 channels which were mostly Spanish. WI-FI seemed to only be available at the clubhouse in the library. All activities are run by volunteers. Don't know how Trailer Life Directory got their info on this park but I feel their rating is too high compared to other parks in Alamo and area. It's not a RESORT, at least not compared to other one's we have stayed at. Would not stay here again until we heard they improved conditions of the sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I don't normally review all parks, but after reading the negative review I felt I had to. We moved from Weslaco to this park, as we liked it better. Being winter Texans, we have seen a few different parks. Within a week we were so welcomed by the yearly and casuals, that we decided to make this our long-term winter resort. Contrary to previous review.. you only have to do your own yard work if your want to have ornaments in the lawn, so they don't get damaged. When the previous reviewer was there, they were in the middle of a 5 yr drought, therefore the grass was in poor repair, and the city of Alamo established water rationing, not the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.