We really tried to like this older park, however it could use some updating/better management. When we arrived we found the office was dark & locked, so we wandered around awhile, until we found someone (not the owner/manager) to assign us a space. We were placed in the gravel(?) area, across from the derelict stored units (some with flat tires). Some traffic noise from adjacent Hwy 100, nearby train whistles passing during the night and from the dumpster pickup at 6:00am. There is no fence, security or gate and all units are easily accessible from the road. A key is provided for the ladies restroom. Electric, water and sewer worked OK. The park's best feature is it's proximity to South Padre Island. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were surprised with this little park on the way to South Padre Island. It is clean, friendly and affordable. There are several nearby restaurants. We will definitely stay here in the future, maybe for a month or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a small very friendly park under new ownership. A portion of the park has paved streets and a small part has gravel streets. It has easy access off of State Route 100. Close proximety to South Padre Island and Brownsville. We camped here in a Motorhome.