$23 per night was the Passport America rate for a full hookup site for three nights. Sites are level grass with concrete sidewalk and pad for chairs/table. The park does have mature palm trees, but they wouldn’t provide much shade in the summertime, as well as many bush-type and flowering plants. The park is right next to downtown Weslaco so there are many conveniences within a short drive. If you like walking/biking there are many miles of paved trails in town. Fishing/boating is available on the Gulf. Spacing between the sites allows for slides and awnings to be deployed but that’s it. The park has many “winter Texans” who are very friendly. There are many activities scheduled in this 55+ park—shuffleboard, bingo, exercise class, lunches/dinners, quilting, 8-ball, and the like. City water is chlorinated safe but not tasty. We received excellent AT&T and Verizon LTE reception. Wi-Fi is included in the rate. We received 10 OTA TV stations; cable TV is available for an extra fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park from Dec and are staying till April. The swimming pool and hot tub were frequently not working. Pad sites are not mowed often and sand burs are a big problem. The small doggy pen is often reeking of dog waste and floods whenever it rains. The park does offer many activities including bingo, shuffle, breakfast, jams, and a variety of entertainment. The population is 95% Canadians. Older trailers are being brought in to fill empty lots. There are many trailers for sale. Managers are not friendly and pads are not large enough to accommodate campers. The campground is close to a vast array of shopping centers and not far from the Progresso Mexico bridge. We stayed here last year and the park was a very nice place but has went downhill fast this year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.