Only stayed in this park three days. Trashy mobile homes are mixed in with RV sites. Dogs constantly barking, chasing walkers and cars. Stayed a month here several years ago. Much quieter then. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed at just about every RV Park in Del Rio over the last 8 years. This park is not as fancy as others, but everyone is friendly, and neighbors get to know each other. Although we are only here for 7 or 8 nights, there have been 2 all you can eat breakfasts, a free fish fry, a pot luck dinner tonight, and games each evening. This will be our park of choice in the future. The two problems I have are that they are in the current Escapees Campground book at 15% off but only give a 10% discount, regardless of what card you have. Also, the daily price with a discount is lower than the weekly rate to which discounts don't apply. The second is that it is almost impossible to get reservations. Apparently, only one employee knows how to use the computer system. We had a group and wanted sites together because this area has several fishing tournaments and some parks sell out, so we wanted to be sure we had reservations. For what it is worth, the owner in not on site or local. BUT, we will do everything we can to use this park next year now that we know who to talk to about reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park en-route to San Antonio from Big Bend National Park. The park is small with a number of Winter Texans. Sites are oddly configured. Sewer and water hookups are oddly placed on some sites and require long extensions. Roads and sites are gravel with small patches of grass around. Park roads are narrow. However, the manager does a good job of trying to match the rig to the site. Bathrooms are outdated and could use more lighting but are very clean. Don’t be surprised by the old-style wooden doors on showers and toilets that you see when you enter the room. There is a small kitchen with tables that is used for potlucks and other events. We used the room to surf the web. Small laundry with about 4 washers and dryers. Wi-Fi is free and good. If you don’t need a FHU or cable, be sure to ask for a W&E or no cable. You are charged for the extras like cable. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A lot of improvements are taking place at this time. The individual sites are basic. The owners are putting everything they have into making this into a nice campground. I would stay here again. The sites are very large and easy to get into with our large rig. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a month. We would not have stayed that long but we already had paid for the month. If you like living in a concentration camp this park is for you! The manager is so rude and treats you like you're in the service. He speaks down to you, not at you. It's really bad when he wakes you up in the middle of the night while he's riding his golf cart around the park at night with a spot light shinning it in your windows. The manager's wife that worked in the office was ok, not the friendliest person but she's nicer than him. The park is nice, small sites and the electric services need work. The maintenance man was very friendly but he didn't seem like he was too bright. He knew how to rig things pretty good. Maybe that's why the park had electrical issues. We had friends that stayed in their motorhome on a 50 amp site, but learned it wasn't a true 50 amp service. This caused problems when their microwave went "poof" in their rig. The pool must have been filled in because it was only about 4 foot deep. The rec room was really nice. We would have stayed the whole winter but the management was over bearing and the lack of maintenance was pretty bad!!! I would not recommend this park to anyone! And I will never be back to this park. There are better ones down the road towards town. We understand the reason for the concentration camp atmosphere is due to the owner and management. Checked out another small park which had a great owner. Would give the shirt off his back to make you have a nice stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have to echo the first reviewer on the page that this is a great campground. We stayed for 2 nights to catch up on some chores and see Amistad Lake. Next time we'll be here in warmer weather. The folks that run this place make you feel welcome. I needed some propane and after I was shown to the site, they took my empty and returned it full. The price was very reasonable. I can't say enough about this park and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not very busy. Roomy sites. Campground roads asphalt/gravel. Sites are gravel, mostly level, no picnic tables. Wi-Fi is fast and free! Plan on wind, after all it's west Texas. Deer and Havalina's in campground. Host parked us. Nice management/workers. Easy in/easy out as we are in a 40' coach pulling a 17' trailer. Small laundry. I would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This rate includes the Good Sam Club discount of 10 per cent for seven nights. While the park managers (Pat and Dan) do their utmost to make you feel welcome, this park really, really needs some TLC, or some focused attention from the owners. The site we were in (S-12) was very wide, which was excellent, but extremely uneven due to the shale that one must park on. It makes it a real challenge to ensure that your rig is level. There were lots of empty sites while we were there. Sites are poorly marked and laid out, which makes it difficult to try and figure out where one should drive, or walk. Good point - breakfast is served on Sunday and Wednesday mornings in the Rec Hall, and was a real highlight of staying at this park. For $4, it was all you could eat. Cable TV and free WiFi were good, for the most part. The men's restroom could have used an elbow-grease cleaning the whole time we were there, which it never received. Two of the fluorescent light fixtures in the men's room were not working properly the entire time we were there, and although the managers were made aware, the lights weren't repaired or replaced by the time we departed. It made taking a shower at night an interesting challenge. Del Rio itself is only minutes away from Acuna, Mexico, so we went across a couple of times to do some shopping. We, probably, would not stay at American Campground and RV Park again. There are better choices in Del Rio, most of which are closer to the city itself. Maybe consider one of them if you're going to be in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A nice park well staffed with helpful people. It has wide spots for big rigs; clean baths and laundry. It is safe and quiet at night. They have fun crafts. There is good food at club house (especially the chili). We will stay next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New managers are working had to bring this place up to minimum standards. WiFi worked fine. Cable television was "snowy". Site was reasonably level, but just grass and gravel. Facilities were very clean. When these managers get some time put in, this will be a great place. Right now it leaves some to be desired, but is better than most in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park that could use some more maintenance and upgrading. Nice level grass sites, decent hook up's and roads are fine. Staff seemed OK. Convenient location. Appears to cater to the "Winter Texan" crowd. I could see myself spending the winter at this park (if I didn't already live in Texas). Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an old park that needs renovation, but with friendly people and excellent service. The sites are grassy and fairly level. They do have free WiFi and are quite close to the lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is your basic federal western CG without water and with pit toilets. A mile or so in on a dusty dirt road. Best campsite is #1 a pull-through on your left. It is the only one with a shade tree but be careful, the trees are tight. The rest of the CG is open with picnic tables under a shelter roof without walls. The bathrooms were clean but there are no services, no water, and no dump station. The place is quiet and not crowded. The rate we paid is really $2 with the federal senior card. Nice place for a day or two. If the water comes up again it could be very pleasant for and extended stay. Verizion MiFi worked OK with a roaming network. Roads and sites are gravel/dust. After all this is west Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very clean campground with level sites. Each site has a picnic table under a cover. There are no connections but a dump site a few miles up the road. The fresh water at the dump site was out of order while we were there but we always travel with a full tank so that wasn't an issue. The sites at one time were near the water but the lake is 37 feet low and there is no water within sight. You have to travel down a graded dirt road for about a mile to get to the campground. We would stay here again if the water level returns. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Golden Age rate, $4 is full rate. This is dry camping only, there are port-o-johns though. Great spot for a night or a few. Not sure of the exact number of sites, but there are about 24. They are 'pull up' sites, meaning you park on either side of the road, next to a covered picnic table at each site. Also with a trash can. We spent a night here on our way to Big Bend NP. Del Rio is a good place to stock up on supplies for Big Bend, gas, food, etc. Very small towns west of here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$2 per night was the 50% discount for a primitive site at the 277N campground using the Golden Age Passport. Dirt/gravel sites are mostly level. Each site has a covered concrete pad with a picnic table and BBQ grill. Pit toilets are available but nothing else. Heavy but low vegetation surrounds the campground and the view is almost endless. If it’s a clear night, the sky really lights up with all the stars. There are many types of water birds around the Amistad Reservoir and boaters are seen quite frequently. If you like hiking/biking there are trails within the park and roadways outside the park. Fishing/boating/water skiing/SCUBA diving are all available on the Amistad Reservoir. Spacing between the sites is very generous. The NRA is W of Del Rio proper and there are many conveniences available in the small town. There is no Wi-Fi in the campground but we received three bars 4G on our AT&T cell phone which we used as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Our Millenicom jetpack received only a couple bars of 1X which allowed for very slow Wi-Fi. We received one Spanish OTA TV station. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I did not camp here this time. On Dec.12 the campground had many campers there camping. It apparently is now open again. It used to be my preference in Del Rio before it closed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were surprised to find a new park on this highway. Nice level sites and concrete pads make it a plus for us. The price was right for an overnight stay. The laundry room and bathrooms were very clean. The owner would like to put in wi-fi at a later date. We were very happy with this no frills campground. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is only one year old so the grass is still coming in. The 30ft cement pads and the hook up pedestals are great. There are mini storage units surrounding the sites so there is not much of a view. Every inch of the property is spotless including the laundry (equipped with TV) and the washrooms. I spoke to the owner and he informed me that he is hoping to pave the streets, include car and RV wash bays and a convenience store. This little 12 site park is a great stop along highway 90 just N/W of Del Rio. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here two nights on the way to Big Bend National Park. Check in was fast, easy, and friendly. Sites were mostly 90 feet long pull throughs with no table, level gravel, and utilities were very good. Wi-Fi worked fine. Sites were a reasonable width. We were surprised at the extent and quality of the amenities which included washers and dryers for $1.25 each, a small gathering room, an event center, a well equipped fitness center and small, but very clean showers and bathrooms. The bird watching area was nice to walk through. Highway noise was not loud and did not bother us. It was pretty windy in the late afternoons, making the unheated pool useless to us. Right on US 90, it was really easy access. There were a number of long term residents, but the rigs and sites were clean and tidy. Walmart, diesel, and propane were nearby. Cowboy Church is offered on site on Sunday morning and evening, and we saw signs for a band on Thursday nights, We were there on the weekend so didn't get to see them. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. 50Amp long pull thrus. Paved roads with gravel and grass sites. Friendly staff and owner. Very small unheated pool. Nice fitness center. Free WiFi is Tengo and as usual it is slow and unreliable. Some road noise if you are in the first few rows. A great little Whitehead Memorial Museum just at the edge of old town. Really worth a visit. History of the area and burying place of Judge Roy Bean. Lots of old buildings and artifacts. Only $4 per person. Entrance town to Acuna. Amistad Reservoir still has some water. Definitely worth a layover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent campground with super nice and helpful staff. Good interior paved roads with gravel sites. Facilities are well above normal! The owner looks and acts the helpful Texan role. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean campground with friendly people running it. They have nice pull through spaces that are fairly level. My husband said their work out gym was wonderful. They are also pet friendly. My only complaint is that they use Tengo Internet (free for the campers) which only allows one person to be online at a time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Everything was great. Just got a "9" because husband noticed road noise. Showers and restrooms were good and modern. The two shower stalls need a curtain to separate them. Laundry room was clean. There was always someone around who was cleaning the washer/dryers. There was a lot of pride in the maintenance of the whole park. Loved the bird viewing area. If we were staying longer, we would have used the hiking/biking trail next to the park. Wi-fi was very good. She forgot to tell me it was $5 extra for a 2nd computer with TengoNet. It was worth it to have consistent strong wi-fi. Cable TV also good. Del Rio had nothing to offer us. They need rehab funds to save some of their old buildings downtown. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We walked into the lobby and were greeted by the owner. She introduced herself and made us feel welcome right off the bat. We checked into the "overnight section" of the park which was nice as there were not many people there. The lots are big and everything was very clean. There is grass between the sites and lots of room to walk the dogs in the surrounding area. Sites were level and all gravel. There is some road noise but it did die down after dark. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice flat park with long pull-throughs and easily accessible service. Check in was easy and quick. They use Tengo for internet so it is SLOW. You get some highway noise, but for the easy access it is no problem. We would stay in again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Broke Mill was a great place to spend January. The sites are well spaced apart. The facilities are kept immaculate. The Thursday night dinner is good and the music is well done. The only minor drawback is the road noise during the day from hwy 90. By 9pm it was over with, and did not bother my sleeping anytime. The owner is present frequently. He and all the staff are very pleasant and agreeable. This has a great chance of being my home again next December and January. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I stayed here as a one-night stopover. My pull-through site was level and easy to get in and out of. Staff was friendly and restrooms were exceptionally clean. i would have rated the park a 10, except for issues getting a good connection on the Wi-Fi, which required several calls to Tengo Internet. I finally got connected and received a good signal. I would definitely consider staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fairly new c/g. Has a paved road, gravel pads, long, wide and level pull through sites. There was enough space for our motorhome and towed, extra space for a boat too. There is some grass but a lot of burrs which our dog hated. No picnic table or barbecue and as the landscaping is fairly new, there are no shade trees as yet. No views, and the highway noise is noticeable. Has large spotless bathrooms, well equipped laundry, nice pool with patio and fitness center. Wal-Mart is 4 miles away. Wi-Fi and cell are excellent. Every Thursday night there is a dinner and live music, wonderful and highly recommended. The owner is super nice and very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners take great pride in this facility and it shows! The grounds and the facility are in excellent condition. The spaces are generous with good parking. WiFi and cell phone coverage are excellent. The restrooms are modern, very well appointed and in spotless condition. The laundry has new equipment, is clean as a whistle and climate controlled with an attached recreation room. The fitness room has everything one would ever need to get in shape. The park is convenient to shopping and to the best fishing in Texas. We stayed a month and we'll beee b-a-a-ac-k!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We lost a wheel on our fifth wheel and called Mike, the owner, and asked if we could pull in. He was very accommodating. This park is very clean and would definitely stay here again if this way. Pool extremely clean, nice laundry, rec. room and fitness center. This is a great park and was lucky to be able to stay here until our RV was fixed. We ended up staying for 13 days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped in Del Rio just to relax for a couple of days and this place was a great place to do that. It's very well laid out, and roomy. Although we didn't use the pool, it is beautiful. Our AT&T phones worked fine. We initially thought we had a problem with the Wi-Fi, and the owner helped us deal with the provider. It turned out, the issue was with our computer, not their Wi-Fi. The owner was great, very nice, and helpful. The park is spotless. The laundry room looks brand new and has a rec room attached, complete with computer, books, puzzles etc. The fitness room had plenty to do to keep us fit, and was in pristine condition. All in all, a great park. The only thing I didn't like was that the owner's dog has free reign of the property. He is very friendly, but I have a cat that I like to let out on a leash, and I am not a dog lover. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here exactly 2 years prior to this stay. Still the nicest park in Del Rio. Super clean with large pull thrus. AT&T and Sprint worked good. Free Tengonet Wi-Fi. Sprint Hot Spot worked good. Note: GPS slightly off. Leaving Del Rio on WB 90 the park is on the right approx 1 mile past the 90/377 split. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects the Escapee discount. A nice park, with very friendly owners. Interior roads are paved with gravel pads and small trees. Hookups are in the back of the long pull through sites, so extra hoses may be needed. Free cable TV worked well, but WiFi was weak and barely usable from our site. Verizon cell service was marginal as was the Aircard. Significant road noise at night from the adjacent highway. Nice facilities and an inexpensive breakfast twice a week, but the price was a bit high for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice clean park with long pull through sites. Lots of room between sites. No shade yet as the trees are young. Had strong free internet. Has a great swimming pool: very unusual and enjoyable with cool water unlike most pools in mid summer. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although this park is only two years old, it has a lot to offer. Sites are long and level and there’s a lot of room between sites. This Park has extended cable TV, fitness room, pool, rec hall and laundry room. It’s very clean. Almost every pull through site has a peach tree. The peaches are juicy and sweet. The cross winds are so strong that you can’t put your awning out. The positive is that you don’t need to run your air conditioner. The only negative beside no shade trees, is road noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park has only been open for a year and half, so trees that have been planted haven't had a chance to mature. This park has it all: friendly staff, a clean pool, fitness room, meeting room, an area for large groups, walking trail, birding area, huge pull throughs, with enough room for the largest rig, plus a boat and vehicle besides. Very close to Amistad Lake. Wi-Fi was super fast and effortless. 125 cable channels, also effortless. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed for 3 nights with a coupon for one night 3 or would have been $30 per night. Sites were some type of gravel and somewhat un-even. WiFi and cable TV included and worked very well. Breakfast on the calender had been canceled for the season. Swimming Pool was closed. Would stay here again for a few nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first stay at Broke Mill and we were pleasantly surprised. Having stayed at other parks in Del Rio, we found this one to be more than expected. The park is located just west of town and is convenient to shopping and recreation. Sites are quite level, and adequate for just about any size RV. Hook ups are convenient. Everything worked as it should. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Park was spotless and well maintained. This is a new park, so don’t expect much in the way of trees. The owners have planted a number of trees and shrubs, but considering that it is South Texas, it will take some time for them to mature. There is some road noise from Highway 90, but it is not overpowering, and it tapers off during the night. We did not find it objectionable. We will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Broke Mill RV Park was very clean and well kept. The staff was friendly. I'd definitely stay again. There was a lot of highway noise and the pool wasn't shallow enough for small kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice quiet place, north of town. Spaces are all roomy and mostly level. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. Good satellite access at every space. It's close to Amistad lake and town. We enjoyed the Wednesday breakfast (donation) and they have a Sunday potluck. Facilities are all new and very clean and functional. Viewing the other RV parks in area, we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great NEW RV Park. The owner has put a lot of thought into this park. He and his crew are striving to do things right. Being that is a new park (2nd year), the trees are not yet grown to offer shade, but are growing. The facilities are as good as they come. The owners are planning to keep adding and improving the park. We will be back and highly recommend it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
RV Park Reviews comes through again. Never stayed in Del Rio before and being a resort town there are lots of choices. This is a new park and got excellent ratings so we decided to give it a try. It is on the left side of highway 90 if you approach from the west. Use the GPS coordinates listed on their Web site because the highway address will take you about a mile past the park. They have a small sign but you can see the park from the highway. It is a new park with level pull through sites and great facilities. We would stay here again. If you head west to Alpine there is a new Exxon gas station just before you cross the bridge. It is RV friendly and has great prices. Make sure you leave town with a full tank as there are no gas stations till Marathon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Probably one of the best RV Park in Texas. We liked it so well, we stayed another day. I inadvertently gave an erroneous review of Buzzard Roost yesterday. I meant to review this RV park. We did go to Buzzard Roost but the tree limbs prevented us from staying there. We saw this place on the way and returned to Broken Mill. This is one place that I would return to yearly. Not only is it a Class A RV park, the manager/owner is as nice as they come. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this park so much we stayed longer. We like to work out: the fitness room has very good equipment, and the back acreage has a nice dirt running loop. The showers have many hooks near the stall and a preset temperature on the faucet that one can vary but it was easy to just turn on for a good warm shower. As in other posts, the physical lay out was good, Wi-Fi was powerful, and the owner was very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at Broke Mill for 3 nights while seeing the sites in the Del Rio area. This is a new park which has all of the amenities. I would rate this a 9.5 with the only minus being crushed stone pads instead of concrete. The sites were level, and spacious with enough room for our 42 ft. motorhome and toad. The crushed stone extended so that we had a patio. Dog walking was great as they have a mile + where you can walk your dogs off leash. The Wi-Fi signal was strong and the cable was good. The laundry had 5 washers and dryers with the cost of $1.25. The washers were large and the propane dryers dried well. The laundry room was adjacent to an area with a TV, computer, book exchange and small kitchen area. Next door was a well stocked fitness room with treadmill, elliptical, bow flex, stationary bike, free weights with bench and something else that we didn't use. The restrooms were clean,handicapped accessible as were the showers. We were lucky enough to be there when the owner and his band rehearsed. The large event room complete with stage provided us an evening with excellent free entertainment. Staff also assisted us with finding a great restaurant (Fisherman's) and sightseeing information. This is probably the best thought out and laid out park we have been too. We look forward to staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Incredibly well maintained and fully furnished campground. Best restroom/shower facilities we have ever experienced. Close to all stores, restaurants and attractions. Only concern is that there are no picnic tables at any of the sites. You feel like family here. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We came here for some diving at Lake Amistad. The park is new, very clean, and the staff is very friendly. No shade to speak of really; lots of small new trees. Hook ups were all new, WiFi is outstanding very high signal strength. The pool was clean, bathrooms and showers were also clean and much nicer than some I have seen in homes. Site was crushed rock and level. The roads through the park are paved. No real road noise from the nearby highway. The park is located just outside of Del Rio and is only a couple minutes to eateries, shopping, and from Lake Amistad. Big rig friendly, and would highly recommend this park to families and friends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park with a round pool to keep you cool. The recreation room has plenty of books and magazines in addition to exercise equipment and computers with super fast internet available to use . We camped here in a Motorhome.
Brand new park just a few miles from Amistad. Sites are exceptionally roomy and well thought-out. Owners have obviously done a lot of RV'ing. Wi-Fi works great. Huge facility for rallies, etc. Bath house always clean. Very nice work-out room and pool. Had no trouble parking fifth-wheel and tow vehicle on a nice, level pad with plenty of room to spare. Owner was one of the friendliest, hardest working cowboys you'll ever meet and he should be very proud of what he's done here. Since the park is new, there's virtually no shade yet (shade is rare in this part of Texas, anyway). But landscaping is in place and growing. Top-notch place to stay and we'll definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the best parks we have ever stayed in. Very spacious with lots of pull through sites. Great monthly rate of $300. Electricity was a little pricey at 17 cents per kilowatt. This campground has a pool, a rec room, a fitness room, a kitchen, and a huge meeting/concert room. Wireless internet was incredible and worked in every area of the park. Very dog friendly with a walking trail in the back. The owner is also working on building a bird watching area. Great place to stay for the night or for an extended period of time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed overnight at this relatively new campground and found it fantastic. The staff were friendly and very helpful, the sites are big and the shrubs are growing. There is plenty of space and a walking track leads off the property. They are just finishing the edging around the lovely pool. I have never seen such clean restrooms and showers as I have at this park - they are wonderful - brand new! The WiFi worked very well. They gave us a discount even though we didn't have a good Sam card - they went out of their way to make our stay a pleasant one. Thanks Broke Mill we will come back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner was extremely pleasant and helpful: gave me a full hookup site for an excellent rate. Shower room/restroom was immaculate with plenty of hot water (water in the area is hard, however not a fault of the park). One point off for truck noise from nearby hwy 90, but slept like a baby anyway. I recommended this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
I can honestly say that I was amazed to find a park like this in Del Rio. (Nothing against Del Rio.) Big spaces, well laid out, with paved roads throughout the park. Located between town and nearby Amistad Reservoir, Broke Mill is in a perfect spot. Nice, clean bathrooms and laundry as well as a pool put this park near the top of the list of places I've stayed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV park was recommended to us by a kind gentleman from Marathon Motel RV Park. We need to thank him. Broke Mill is only six months old and still being developed and refined but is well on its way to being a first class park. The owners and staff are all friendly and helpful. The facilities are clean and well maintained. The park is right on SR-90 but there is only a slight sound of traffic. The adjacent property is a great place to exercise your dog off leash. If we ever get back to Del Rio we'll make this park our stop-over spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park has new paved roads and large gravel sites. It appears very "sterile" and lacks character. Hopefully this park will "age" quickly and get some of the charm that it deserves. We liked the friendly management. We disliked the very small and unheated pool and we very much disliked the dogs "leftovers" on all grassed areas. Dogs can run freely without a leash on this RV park, but this commits the management so that people don't have to be afraid to walk without the risk of stepping in something - you get the drift. The site is OK for a quick stop-over or a couple of days. Beyond this this park would get really boring very quickly unless you bring your own party/friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would have rated it higher if the pool was heated - that's the only drawback that we could see. The rate is a little high for the area - it may be why there were so many empty spaces. I hope they make it. The monthly rate is reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Relatively new park just off the highway with big open sites, friendly and helpful staff, and great fishing just down the road. Night traffic very light after dark, beautiful sunsets over Mexico. Very nice place to stop for a few days and enjoy desert country. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for 3 mo. in 2009. It is a new park. Out buildings are great. Spaces are large & long. When the trees get big enough and the pool is heated we would rate it a 10. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We certainly would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This new park is excellent. Lots of room between sites, compacted gravel parking area, very open and clear for satellite reception. Great cable TV and wi-fi, both free. Great breakfast [donation requested] by RV volunteers on some mornings. Close to US Highway so there was some road noise until darkness set in. Three miles to Wal-Mart and some shopping. Deer were grazing within site of the park. Lots of room to walk pets. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The very best in Del Rio -- New park that the owner built himself, & it shows pride of ownership with true Texas hospitality -- The spaces are 70' long & 45' wide -- Excellent power, water, cable & WiFi -- We stayed here 3 days in a 42 ft motorhome We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is brand new, so everything is fresh. Office personnel were very helpful. Sites were level and packed crushed gravel. There was a local dinner theatre performing in the events hall one of the nights we stayed, it was first rate! It would be a really great place for folks coming to fish - the lake is just over the hill from the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is unfortunate that the previous visitor was here before their construction was done. This is a beautiful, 80 space park that is new in all respects. All of the buildings are new, new asphalt streets and gravel sites. There is free TV which we didn't use and free Wi-Fi which worked great. My Verizon Air card worked poorly and my AT&T cell phone worked great. Water pressure was good. We looked at several other parks on our way here and this was by a long shot the very nicest one. When we checked in the owner dealt with us. He was very friendly and helpful. Because of our Good Sam membership he gave us a 15% discount. Total cost for one night was $28. My Garmin GPS showed their address about 1 mile short as we were traveling west bound. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed two nights at this campground and were very pleased. The owner and office personal were very nice and helpful. This is a new campground and the owners are still working on it. It has big spacious lots. There are no mature trees at this time, so if shade is a big concern, you need to consider this. All the facilitates are new and very clean. Not sure if the Wi-Fi works, as I didn't use it, but I know that there is a router connected to the computer. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were assured by the owner on numerous occasions that our site would be ready by late October arrival but when we got there, we found that it didn't have a single site available for occupancy. The few sites that had been worked on were still months away from being usable. This park has been under construction for two years now and still has no sites. The purported "first class" image went down the drain this past spring and it now looks like this will be just another "mom and pop" operation. It obviously doesn't even have a "shoe string" to take care of the problems that come up in opening a park. Too bad! It will end up being a black eye for Del Rio. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very unattractive park, and with permanent residents living in older, poorly maintained trailers. There is brush and material piled along the borders, and just a generally unkempt appearance of the whole facility. On the other hand, the park is is easy to get into, and the water, electric and sewer hook-ups work, so as a place for an overnight stay it works. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Essentially a very dirty dirt parking lot with hookups. Restrooms looked as though they had not been cleaned in weeks. Only one shower/stall per restroom. Did not look in the laundry area. Lots of long term campers and the stuff that goes with them. Appears very little is being done to repair anything that needs repairing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I feel some reviews of this site are not quite fair. I have stayed here for 4 nights. All services work fine except my cable connection (not unusual for many sites). Most guests use their own toilet facilities, I used the camps. Yes it was old, but it was clean and had hot water. The washing machines and dryers worked. The lady who runs it is very helpful and friendly. Many camps I visit could do with updating, but visitors are few and far between in these times, so I am satisfied I got good value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had stayed here two years ago and thought it was passable for a couple nights. We tend to not be too picky about a lot of things: we look for a place that we can get decent hook-ups and use as a base for the area. But we stayed for one night this year, passing through, and it has continued to go downhill to the point we won't use it again. The worst part of the entire experience was the BIG roaches which spent the night apparently crawling up our landing legs, trying to get into the warmth. I guess they call them "waterbugs" down here, which sounds nicer, but they are a BIG roach. Went out in the morning to unhook, and discovered them all over the landing legs. And of course, a few did find their way in: which we discovered over the course of the next couple of weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
From the Confederate flags hanging out boldly to greet you, to the very long term residents and all their belongings, driving down the bumpy roads avoiding the barking dogs, you'll wonder what you are doing here. Especially when there is a giant Wal-Mart a mile down the street that's free. PA does itself a disservice listing this place in its directory. The "saloon" is closed. On the positive side, there are many shade trees and it is directly on the main road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Old Campground. Home made trailers there with permanent tenants. Roads and sites need major regrooming. Lots of stray cats and the smell of cat urine everywhere. Owners need to update/upgrade. There are nicer places up the street for less $$$. Wi-Fi here worked intermittent. Will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a hard park to review. On hand, the woman who runs and owns the place is a really nice person. She went out of her way to tell us all about fun things to do in the surrounding country side, what was the best and safest way to head into Mexico for a trip to Del Rio's sister city, and even checked on us after we'd set up to make sure everything was all good. There is also a little bar in the RV Park that my wife and I found very convenient and full of a variety of interesting folks to talk to about everything from politics to football to just plain b/sing. However, the park itself is, well, nothing special. The free Wi-Fi they offer only works in the office, so I don't consider it to be Wi-Fi at all. The picnic table we happened to be lucky enough to get was really, really grotty, and I'm talking nasty for a picnic table. The showers and bathrooms wouldn't fly in a prison. Overall, I enjoyed the park because we're not really all that picky about the little things, but if the owners would just do a little to clean things up they could have a real winner here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A Passport Park, thus the low nightly rate. Park host was friendly and helpful. Sites were grass and gravel. Close to Amistad Lake and to town. Spaces were adequate but not very spacious. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We reserved a site with 50 amp service & WiFi access over a week ahead, but when we arrived the owner told us she had given our site to someone else because "they arrived earlier than you did!" Very disappointing. Spaces are very tight for big rigs. WiFi is available in only limited areas of the park. Lots of permanent residents in older RVs. The park was so full that two 5th wheels were parked in one of the access roads! The good news - it's cheap and the little bar next to the showers/laundry really gets going some nights. Wouldn't stay here again however. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at 3 different parks in Del Rio. This one is the closest to town and just north of Wal-Mart. Our group had 4 sites for 3 nights and had no complaints. Wi-Fi is free. I rank this park ahead of Lonesome Dove (2005) and behind Holiday Travel Park (2004). The larger sites were about 55' long. Things can be tight for big rigs. This park sold out every night we were there. Reservations recommended if you want a larger site. Small sites do not have cable TV. One of our group had a giant 5th wheel with 4 slides and had no problem with access or the 50 amp service. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stopped here for an overnighter because its a PPA campground. Narrow roads, untrimmed trees, narrow sites. Owner was very nice, but park is old and needs maintenance. Not big rig friendly. 50a power did not work properly until looked at by maintenance man. Dog waste all over ground! Had to back out of my "pull through" space since narrow road and trees blocked my way. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at 3 different parks in Del Rio. This one is the closest to town and just north of Wal-Mart. Our group had 3 sites and had no complaints, especially at $14 per night. Wi-Fi is free if it works. It didn't while we were here. I rank this park ahead of Lonesome Dove (2005) and behind Holiday Travel Park (2004). Our cheap sites did not have cable TV and were about 38' deep. They offer larger sites and sites with cable TV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is about 7 miles from town. Stayed here one night. Had friendly owner and knowledgeable about area. Only one shower stall and the bath house is behind a bar which is next door. For the price it was tolerable for one night. We will try Lonesome Dove RV Ranch next time, they are across the road. All other RV parks were way out of town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is real hidden gem. Lots of shade trees. Call and they will escort you in. From our site at edge of park we watched herds of deer in pasture in the afternoons and evenings. Huge site had plenty of room for fifth wheel and boat. We walk and sometimes bike the quiet tree lined streets to the little HEB store. Sites are hard with grass and pea-gravel. City water comes from springs at the golf course in town. House washer/dryers have pay envelopes $2/$3 for checks or cash on Honor system. Some long-term campers work at Air Force Base or hospital. We will be back again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
PA Rate. Full hookups and good Wi-Fi and cable TV. The front sites are soft, first set of leveling blocks disappeared and had to be dug out. Septic and water systems have recently been upgraded and the backfill wasn't done properly. Owners met us on the way into the CG and escorted us to the site. Very friendly and helpful. Once this was a MH park, now it is an RV park. Streets are paved and some sites have concrete patios. All the trash is gone and this is a pleasant stop. We spent several days here and shared Thanksgiving with other Rvers in the CG. Laundry is way expensive and we couldn't find restrooms or showers. Amistead NRA is 5 miles from Del Rio but there aren't many trails accessible without a boat to cruise the lake/reservoir. The sites are large, some are separated by wood fencing, plenty of shade and far enough from the highways to be fairly quiet. We enjoyed our stay here and will definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were met when we pulled in. The people were very friendly. The sites are level. It is an old mobile home park and there are still some on site and they appear to be well maintained. Although we did not use some of the facilities, we did notice a laundry facility, a TV room, and work out devices. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were amazed at the Quiet & beauty of this secluded park. Large trees at every lot. Birds and deer all over and around the park. Huge lots, giant shade trees, some cedar fences between sites. Park is next to pasture at end of paved street in very nice neighborhood. A few pull thru spots. Most are very easy back-ins. Long term RV's are mostly law enforcement. Laundry is honor system with pay envelopes. Great WiFi and Cable TV every site. We walk & bike every day to local grocery and library, or sit in rockers at the club house and bird watch. We will be back often! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Points lost were for no table and no fire ring. Sites are long and huge. Utility hookup may be a little challenging depending on your rig and site. Owner is very accommodating and eager to make your stay happy. A little off the the beaten path, but a pleasant drive through town to get here. Would return without hesitation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is a hidden gem. Nothing fancy but located in a quiet residential area of old town Del Rio. The sites are all back-in but level gravel with concrete patios and lots of shade trees. This is a very quiet RV park with the birds providing most of the noise. There are no showers or washrooms but a very nice laundry/sitting area. We stopped for a night and stayed three and had a great time exploring the original downtown and historic neighborhood. All this for $20 per night which is an outstanding value. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We stayed here for 1 week to visit the area. The park is at the end of a dead end street hidden in a residential area. The route to the park is only slightly difficult with a few turns and narrow streets but is very manageable for even the largest rigs. All the gravel sites are back in and extremely long. The cable has a large amount of channels and the Wi-Fi was strong and fast. We enjoyed the shade and all of our neighbors were very friendly. There are a few "longer term" visitors but the park was not cluttered. We felt very safe here and enjoyed the convenience of being in town vs. the other parks offered in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a park that is changing over from mobile homes to RV's and has retained the large size lots. RV's are placed in such a manner as to allow a great deal of space to enjoy your camping experience. The park owners are friendly and work hard to make each visitor feel special. The Wi-Fi has been upgraded and work VERY well. Though the wash house is well equipped with 3 washers and 2 dryers, there is also space for a small get together. There are no bathrooms available for guests in this area though. The park is pet friendly with lots of area to walk and visit with your neighbors. My only complaint being a non smoker I found that a couple of other campers here had no respect for the air that others breath, there is no smoking inside buildings but they still polluted the outside meeting areas, but I guess you can't have everything, we just stayed away when they were smoking. This is still a park I would recommend and will visit again as our winter Texan home away from home. This was our 3rd year in Del Rio and our 2nd year here in this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects monthly rate. We stayed here the end of October until the end of January. A little difficult to find but the owner met us in town and had us follow them into the park. Some of the downtown trees are a little low so beware. Very nice, quiet park close to all of the activities Del Rio has to offer. The owners are constantly working on improvements and maintenance. They are a very friendly couple that went above and beyond at all costs to make us comfortable during our stay. Wi-Fi is new and improved and worked great. Digital cable also worked very well. Laundry room could use 1 extra dryer and a few updates. There are also exercise machines to use while you wait for your clothes to dry. Our kids were treated like grandchildren and there were potlucks and activities for the holidays in the activity/laundry room. If we were ever in the area again we would definitely stay there. This is absolutely the best RV park to stay at in the Del Rio area. There is shade, quiet and safety. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I called from town and a lady met me and led me in. Good thing as it's at the end of a dead end road. Very quiet, lots of permanent RVs. Back in, gravel sites with cement slabs are very long and private with fences between. No toilets or showers. WIFI was good, phone bars were minimal. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Very, very quiet park. Somewhat hard to find, but if you get lost give them a call and they will come get you!!! Very laid back, constantly working to keep the place up. Laundry has new machines and $1 per load. Great Verizon, but no motosat due to large trees all over, we used the Wi-Fi and it worked great. Got to go see Roy Bean Museum in Langtry. Deer every morning and they encourage you to feed the EMU. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this place by accident, but really glad we did. It is quiet,away from traffic and noise but still close to town. Great internet and TV service,very nice and helpful managers. If you need the managers will guide you here, just give them a call. I see deer and horses and an emu out my window, and the birds never stop singing. The ash and pecan trees provide total shade. It is very pleasant and relaxing. I highly recommend this park if a friendly, quite, relaxing place is in your liking. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As other reviewers have said, we, too, do not need the shuffle board, swimming pool or on site golf course, nor do we need a potluck dinner every Friday with games. We can find our own entertainment. What we do enjoy in an RV park is a roomy site, Wi-Fi that works, cable TV is nice, the usual full hook ups and most of all "a staff or owner" that is friendly, outgoing and helpful to their guests. These are without a doubt, the best description of Hidden Valley RV Park. The owner is without exception the best we have met to date, and we have met a lot of very fine people in our travels. (We have met some real pills along the way, too.) This park has no pull throughs, but the back in spots are LARGE. This was a mobile home park that is now changing over to an RV Park, so the spaces are long and wide. Lots of shade trees for the summer visitor. Abundant wild life, deer are a frequent visitor through the park. With the quiet, no highway noise setting it seems you are in the country though you really are very close to down town and all major shopping such as Walmart. H.E.B. is just a short drive away. This park is located a little off the beaten path, surrounded by upscale homes so one couldn't feel safer. Should you have trouble finding the park, a call will get you personal directions or a guided escort to the park. The rate I've listed reflects the monthly rate plus electric service. We will be back as we have found a perfect place to become "Winter Texans" in the future. A visit here and I'm sure you will be likewise pleased. This park is a work in progress as I stated before, so the bathhouse is not completed at this point, but the laundry works well, and the lounge is functional though not finished. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I don't need or use swimming pools, mini golf courses, or any of that. Hidden Valley has lots of what I DO want: roomy, shaded, quiet sites. We're nowhere near any major roads, but still easy to get to, and closer to town than the other parks. The water, cable, wi-fi, are all top quality. We have over 100 channels on the cable. The management is very helpful and friendly. We drove by some of the other RV parks in Del Rio to check them out, and found that Hidden Valley is absolutely the best in town for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects monthly rates. The park is aptly named "hidden" but no worries the owner will escort you in from the edge of town! Large roomy, level sites (some even with privacy fences between) and beautiful large shade trees throughout the park. Located on the south side of town away from the Hwy and attached to a nice neighbor. Very quiet, very pet friendly. Owners couldn't be any nicer. We will be staying here again. Wi-Fi cable both worked great. We were there for 2 months. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful campground, we do not want or need horseshoes, shuffleboards, a pool or any of the like. It is nice and quiet, conveniently in town but away from traffic, pets are welcomed, the sites are huge, there is a laundry that we did not need a pocketful of quarters to use (honor system to pay) all the hookups are here including Wi-Fi and great cable reception, there are plenty of shade trees, a grill, nice picnic table and best of all a very friendly owner who really goes out of her way to make you welcome!! We only planned to stay one night but it was SO nice we could not force ourselves to leave and stayed another night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Heavily shaded by wonderful big trees in nicer part of town at end road. Mostly a fixed mobile home park of older mobile homes which have obviously been here a lot longer than the newer big houses on the street. Long sites. Staff very nice. Given the RV parks in Del Rio area, this isn't any worse than most and with friendly owners doing their best and the trees are a big plus. Some general professional maintenance and site clean-up would be a big plus. Looked to us like there were mostly long termers here, based on all the stuff they had stored on their sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Alternate phone (830)734-8251. The choices for me were Hidden Valley and Broke Mill which boiled down to shade, in-town vs. no shade (limestone), in-country. Coming in we saw a nice neighborhood and arrived at the end of Bolner Lane. "hidden" is a good name for the park. Mature trees everywhere. The host tells us that their trailer park has been an RV park for only a little over a year now. She was thrilled that we found them on RVPark Reviews. We are equally thrilled by her reception, by a 100 foot long site completely shaded with a table with table cover, a Webber-type grill, a park bench, paving tile patio, 70 channels of cable TV, 5 bars of Wi-Fi signal plus water, 50 amp electric and sewer. If the site was level I would have rated it a 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I loved the remoteness of the Hidden Valley RV Park. It is really hidden! Feels safe and secure, can walk around in evening and see the stars. Great Weather in Del Rio. Nice campers and the Hostess and Owners liver on grounds and are very helpful. It's like living in a Public Park with so many big trees - lots of shade. Plenty of places to walk and ride a bike. Close to Whitehead Museum and Downtown Library. Level streets. Free Fast and strong Wifii all over park, and free use of a computer in large new Rec Room. Planned to stay overnight, and now I don't know when I will leave. Unlike any RV Campground I have been. Don't never want to go home! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Like being in the country except you're in the city. South side of park is mostly RV's, and the entire place is covered with a canopy of trees. The owners told us our 1st summer that it was the coolest place in Del Rio, they are right. The laundry room is so cozy, it is functional though a work in progress. It has washers, dryers, exercise equipment, a comfortable place to sit and watch TV while you wait for your clothes to dry, and high speed internet with a public computer. Several of the sites have solar lamps and picnic tables. They are in the process of putting up privacy fences. Last summer they had a community garden. Anything you need the owners do their best to help. It is at a dead end so there is no traffic zooming around, it is quiet. Great rates. Very laid back. We prefer this type of park vs the concrete slabs with endless campers stacked next to both sides of your rig. Great place to be to explore the area including going over to Mexico to do shopping and/or mission work. We love it, will be back every chance we get. Campers here are nice people too! It's relaxing to visit while rocking on the laundry's porch. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Large Lots, Open spacious, 2 to 4 Large Trees at every lot. Rec Room with laundry, treadmill, exercise bikes, TV, public computer, wireless Internet. Lots are grass and gravel. End of dead end road, very quiet. Mostly professional and retirees in park. Air Force and law enforcement. Beautiful and peaceful. Pets welcome. Located Downtown Del Rio, about 2 miles from Mexico Port of entry. Nice residential neighborhood. Owners and camp host very nice and helpful. No hassles, easy back-ins in wide lots. Some fenced. Wonderful peaceful area - lots of birds and pecan trees. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects the Passbook America discount. The folks in the park, both employees and "winter Texans" were friendly, and the site for the trailer was large and an easy pull thru. Our only complaint about the park was the restrooms and showers. While the sinks and toilets were clean, the floors did not appear to have been cleaned in quite some time. The shower heads almost worked. They were so old, and the shower stall did not appear to have been cleaned in a long, long time. My wife refused to use them. We would not return to this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Older park, narrow spaces with over hanging trees. We didn't use the showers due to being dated and not as clean as we like for public facility. The laundry facility was clean; machines were plentiful. We did use our PA for half price for 2 nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Holiday Trav-L RV is a nice park. The people in the office were very friendly and helpful. This is a nice park if you are planning on fishing at Amistad Resevoir. Restrooms definitely need updated and don't appear on the web in the condition that they currently are. I would guess those pictures were taken just after the building was finished, some time ago. Functional is a good term, same with the laundry facility. RV spots seemed a little short to stay hooked up if you were only staying overnight. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well maintained park, many longtermers (boaters) and winter Texans. Near Amistad Lake and Del Rio. Easy access from road, quiet at night. We stayed for two days with Passport America. Sure will come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects PPA plus $3 for 50 amp. Very friendly staff. Older park with lots of permanents. Mostly fishermen I think. Sites are adequate. Trees at every site. Clean laundry facilities. Strong Wi-Fi. About ten miles out of Del Rio which has all the amenities. Friendly inhabitants. Very quiet. There are some activities scheduled but we were unable to participate. We spent four nights here and would return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park and can use some attention. The sites need to be redone. Grass is growing where it should not. We stayed here 2 nights under Passport America. The pool was clean and very refreshing. Management was friendly. The Wi-Fi was strong and worked well. The cable for TV provided by the park was awful. I replaced it with a length of my own and it worked perfectly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived late and phoned in to make a reservation. Very friendly staff. Quiet park, trees and grassy areas. We are not the type of people who uses all amenities, but this time we used the pool. It was clean, heated and in good condition. Wi-Fi was free and working flawless. Definitely a place where we would stay again. Rate is for PA members and considering what we got for, it's a bargain. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very open park with little shade. Very little interaction of residents excepting old timers. Desk friendly, but seemed preoccupied. Gorgeous view of the reservoir. Nice location for fishermen and boats. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Part RV campground, Extended Stay, RV storage, and junk yard. Close to the lake is a plus if you don't mind the above. Pot marked asphalt road with sparsely graveled sites. Some trees in an area void of trees. Park is adjacent to a storage business and a one star hotel. If you only want a one night stay it is an OK site but there is a better campground closer to town "something Mill" - can't remember the first name. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older and could use some TLC but OK for a one night. Tree at my site made it harder to get out than should have been. No one in office next day so left money with the coffee crew. Quiet and I can't remember about the Wi-Fi working or not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A group of us stayed there 2 nights. We had stayed there before. No complaints. The campground attracts a lot of fishermen since it is closest to the lake. But it is about 6 miles from town. The sites here are larger and easier to get into than at most of the other campgrounds at Del Rio. We have stayed at American and Buzzards Roost and the sites at them were hard to get into. There is one campground, 3 Rivers, which does not appear to be listed anywhere. The Chevron (former Exxon) station has 15 to 20 campsites and they catch a lot of overflow. We called several days ahead for reservations and we had to wait an extra day in order to get 3 sites. OTOH, Buzzards Roost was so packed; they couldn’t work us in at all. There is also what appears to be a large new campground being built that could be open as early as summer, 2008. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Tight sites with unpruned trees interfering with slides. Nice management. Person who took me to the site changed our location 3 times. Ok for an overnight, wouldn't spend a week though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from Hwy 90. Free cable & WiFi - excellent WiFi, we were In #4, close to the office. Weekly rate (no discount w/weekly rate) $228 plus $15/wk for 50 amp. Friendly welcome, staff just gearing up for the influx of winter visitors (we were there 11/10 - 11/17), maps, calendars & such not quite ready. The sites are somewhat narrow but because they’re offset, they’re visually appealing. They are mostly level with mature trees on most. This is an older campground - combination asphalt, seal-coat & gravel roads in need of repair, lots of cracking and tripping potential - watch your step!! There are picnic tables at most sites but no entry-way patios, grassy areas in between sites which had been paved - now grown over or crumbled to time. The sites are barely long enough for really big motorhomes and their toads. We had a 37’ 5th wheel and our f-350 dually had to park crosswise in the front. Only 2 dumpsters for the entire location. Great cable (65+ channels) - easily found satellite signal. Activity oriented park - free bi-weekly pancake breakfast, hot dogs BBQ, ice cream social, crafts, ladies coffee, Bible study and pot luck dinner. Close to beautiful Lake Amistad and Mexico. The park accepts mail for campers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 7 nights in March. Office was always open and they use a golf cart to guide each
arrival to their site. New recreation room just opened. Hot dog cook out one night and an ice cream social on another. Park was always close to being sold out. Trips to Mexico available each day. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 5 / 10 ]
Mostly level grass sites with some shade. Older park in need of some maintenance. At our first site the 30amp circuit breaker was hanging loose in the box. All of the service connections are at the back of the sites, so a standard 10' sewer hose may not be enough. We were there three days and never met the owners. The lady that was working the office was friendly but knew little about the town and the area. Office opened at 8am but was always closed when we retuned in the afternoon. It does offer very easy access from Hwy 90. The restrooms and showers were clean. There are gas stations and restaurants close by. It is an adequate site if you are looking for a place to camp and get on about your business without expecting much assistance from the campground. We camped here in a camper.
Small older park. Staff very friendly. Not really suited to Big Rigs. Only a few (6) big sites so call ahead. Sites and turning tight. They had to use a ladder and pole to hold up overhead cables. If you are not running a Big Rig and want a friendly nice park this is the one. Wi-Fi is lighting fast. Good 50 Amp. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 3 winter months here. It is not a fancy campground, but they have everything you need. The laundry room is very clean, and the machines are new. The pot luck dinners on Friday night are terrific. The staff and owners could not be any friendlier. It is close to town, Wal-Mart, restaurants, etc. The sites are not very wide, and not very level. The water pressure is poor. Overhaul it is a pretty good place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although we stayed for a month we would have to say this was not the best choice in Del Rio. The Friday night "Pot Luck" dinners are enjoyable and the owners was nice, though there is one lady who works the front desk three days a week is a real pill. Even with her and the fact the park needs some major upgrades (interior roads, space leveling and general improvements) to better accept today's larger RV's with slides, we would probably stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
People were very friendly. My GPS took me to a totally wrong location so I had called to get directions, and the lady met me out front to guide me in. I only stayed overnight. Location is excellent heading east to Houston. Right off highway 90. Very good wi-fi reception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park and very nice people work here. We were able to get our 37 foot fifth wheel into the pull through without any problem. We looked at all of the parks in the area and found this one to be the best for the money. We will stay here again when in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is not a 10 if you rate the facilities against a typical good RV resort/park. But, it is a 10 in friendliness, little extras, great cable and Wi-Fi (both free), incredibly friendly and helpful staff and residents. Park has a "cantina" with coffee/cookies/chips, nice TV viewing, an activity every day, very cozy places to congregate in comfortable chairs. Someone very thoughtful runs this park - that more than makes up for the few things that detract from the park ambiance. We are staying longer and will come back. Close to everything. There are trees and park vegetation. Like being in a friendly neighborhood where neighbors like to visit and chat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a quality park. Sites are close together and difficult to enter or exit. Much of the services are shared with the next site. It is basically a permanent trailer park and not a good choice for overnight or short term stays. Several other parks over a lot more. We moved after the second day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Heading west on my coast to coast trip, I stayed here several days for the bad weather to lift. The staff was very friendly and informative. Park was quiet. Facilities were clean. Other campers were friendly and appears they stay here for months. Close to town, stores, attractions, etc. I had a nice stay here and will come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
I gotta give this little place a 9 because it's just a nice little campground. It's old and the spaces are close together, but the folks there were some of the nicest we met on our trip. When we arrived, trying to get out of a snowstorm, the manager took us to our site and invited us to their regular Friday night fish fry. Because of the snow we had to stay over a few days, and they were very accommodating. Although it's a little run down, it has a lot of atmosphere and you are really treated well. We would go back again (especially for that Friday night fish fry). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park has shared utilities for the pull-through sites and the site we were in was not even 20 ft from the next site. There was no picnic table. There was a small patio. The back in sites were further from one another and had more space for parking. It looked liked the bulk of the sites were for monthly or longer stays. The park is not "new" as stated in their ad. There were other parks - though further out of town - that were, in our opinion, better parks.We were disappointed in our stay and will stay at another park should we return to the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spend 2 nights here with 3 RV's in our group. When compared to the other campgrounds at Del Rio, the sites here are very tight. They state they are Del Rio's newest campground and that may be true, but they are not "new". This park appears to be at least 20 years old and no renovations in the bathhouse area. Small, old, and out of date. No comparison to the Holiday Travel Park of Del Rio, (7 nights in 2004). Updating at the Holiday Travel Park makes it appear much newer than this park. The staff was friendly and the park is closer to town than Holiday. Next year we will try Buzzard's Roost which is almost across the street from this park. It's sites appear to be larger and better laid out. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The manager is very friendly. The park is exceptionally clean. You can see the lake from the RV Park. The lake is way down right now. They also rent mobile home lots. Rabbits are everywhere! It is conveniently located about 8 miles from town. I highly recommend this RV Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is located 6-7 miles north of Del Rio, Texas on U.S. Highway 90. This is a mobile home and RV park with what appears to be quite a few long term RVs parked. Only stayed one night. Had one minor problem. After checking in, paying and assigned a space, we left to visit Langtry, TX (Judge Roy Bean's Bar & Home, stopped on way back for dinner and when arriving back at RV park our space was occupied. Complained to management and they said that they thought we left and assigned the space to someone else. We ended up in a cramped space stuck in between 2 travel trailers that appeared to be semi-permanent guests. This is the first time we have ever been assigned a space and paid for it to have it rented out from under us. They did offer to refund our money, but given it was after 6pm we took what was available. Most likely will not return to this park. There are numerous parks in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.