We stayed here five nights on a Passport America rate. This park is an old trailer park with some RV sites sprinkled around the park. The park is in need of some clean up, and some landscaping work for appearance. The office staff was very nice and the people in the park were very nice.We would probably opt to find another park next time probably on South Padre Island if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a week while visiting nearby friends. This is a well established park that has mainly permanent trailers but they have about 20-25 transient RV sites. Wi-Fi is available free if you are parked in the spaces near the office. Staff is very friendly and all residents very friendly. Trees are smallish in the transient parking area. Some spots are paved, some are grass. There is shuffleboard and scheduled activities and tours including rides to Malls and to the International Bridge if you want to cross into Mexico to shop. There is no swimming pool. The laundry room is one of the most reasonably prices we have ever seen. Restrooms are extremely well kept with free hot water. We saw no children while there. Everyone appears to be retirees or travelers. If you pay for 3 nights, you get the 4th night free so the rate works out to be $25 a night. This is a very convenient location on the north side of Brownsville. Near lots of restaurants and a nice big mall on the expressway. Its about 3/4 mile off the freeway and there is no road noise because there are lots of large trees in this tropical town. There is an occasional train going by on the railroad tracks at the rear of the park but it didn't bother us. We felt safe here. The park is fenced and the entrance gate is locked at 8 pm and you need a key code to enter. We would return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.