We are from Canada, we love it in this park. Quiet safe at night, good and helpful management always ready to help if needed. People very friendly and lots of room for our 41 feet motorhome. The only problem that I had is only one billiard table and most of the player are playing from 7 am to 9 am. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old park that has many mobile homes and park models. In the winter they sandwich RVs into the park. They were taking away the back sites, the only pull-through sites, and placing a variety of used mobile homes on those sites. They are focusing on more full-time residents and fewer Winter Texans to pay increased property taxes. They generally have no restrictions in the park so the type of occupants of these units might be termed, ‘questionable’. We, and friends who stayed here for the past 14 years, will not be returning for this reason. The site we were on was so tight we could not deploy our window awning due to the structure next to us. The occupant of that park model did not appreciate our presence that made his parking more difficult. My low rating reflects the changes they were making and the impact on Winter Texan RV guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pet restrictions, 30 pounds and 2 animals. Some of the sites are very tight. They let people park on the streets which can make it harder to try to back into a site. We paid $3 more for pull through sites at the back of the park. They were great. This is a nice RV park. 1015 appeared to be about 80% RV’s. Mostly motorhomes and 5th wheels. We drove around and looked at others in the Weslaco area. Some were nicer but they looked like they were 90% mobile homes. Many of the parks in the Rio Grande Valley are not listed here or in Trailer Life. Ranchero RV Park had a new section for RV’s only but it had no shade. The park looked very nice and had some pull trous. Leisure World appeared to be 98% mobile homes. Country Sunshine had some RV spaces and a lot of park models and mobiles homes. Magic Valley had older park models and mobile homes. Pine to Palm looked very nice but was a no children, no pets, park. Llano is large and very nice ( 5 pools). The key is to try to find out what they are in advance. Do they shove your RV into an empty site designed for a mobile home or semi permanent park model? If you are with a group, can you get all the sites together? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, friendly park. Most of the people here were repeat winter visitors. There really wasn't much to do within the park that was regularly scheduled but everyone here seemed to keep busy. The park is on the road to Progresso Mexico and only about five miles away. Dogs are allowed but they must be under 30#. This is a Coast to Coast Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.