Absolutely the worst place we have ever stayed. Horrible entrance off of Highway 114. Steep and dangerous when turning out of park due to being in the middle of a curve. Also, you cannot turn left out of the park, you have to go 1/2 mile East and U-turn back west. If there is any rain, the road from the highway to the park entrance is MUD. The grass was approximately a foot tall, guess the owners never mow here. Saw a tenant across the park mow their own grass. We stayed here for two weeks because I was working in the Decatur, TX area and nothing else was available. The laundry had 1 washer and 1 dryer. Used it once and the water smelled like raw sewage, it was truly bad. Very close to train tracks and they are well traveled even at night. Had a drunken idiot in the park that had a semi truck horn or train horn mounted in his personal pickup truck. He thought it was cute to honk back at the train every time one was honking at the nearby crossing. I called the owners (at 10:45pm) to complain about the noise (honking back at the trains and playing stereo loud late at night). They said they would make a phone call and get it fixed. They must have told him, "The new guy with wife and kids doesn't appreciate the noise," because two days later, in his drunken state, again, he came to talk to me about my complaint. After a 30 minute conversation with the drunken idiot I guess all was well. Most people here seem to be workers, but you rarely see anyone outside. The partiers are the only ones outside and they are here every evening. No driving range that I have seen as advertised on the website. Definitely not a "family friendly" RV park, in my opinion. Oh, there was a landscaping business (or something of the nature) bordering the RV park at the North end. It looked like a landfill, not a business. No trees at all, therefore no shade. No restrooms or showers. Not a single thing good to say about the place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We specifically noted we needed a pull-through spot since we have a toy hauler. The owners (husband and wife) assured us there would be one, but there wasn't. We backed into one of the few spots remaining and had to be pulled out of the mud due to the weekend rains. The spots are tight, pet droppings abound and the driveway off of the highway has a very sudden steep rise with somewhat of a blind exit. The owners were very nice and did not charge us for our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.