We were there about six weeks. The park, the pool, the laundry, and restroom facilities were all kept clean and working. WiFi worked well. I believe the cable included close to 70 channels. They have "cabins" for rent. It was pretty much filled to capacity while we were there. It was quiet and very convenient to everything. (shopping, restaurants etc). The rent was 500 a month (28 days) including electricity. Although, the price goes up to 600 during the summer months because management stated the extra a/c used drove up the power costs. The campground is pretty much all concrete. There was space enough in our slot to park both trucks beside each other. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Points lost for no WI-FI and no fire ring. Be advised to check ahead for availability as there are many longterm people who work in the area plus seasonals whose units remain in the park all week. Even with the longtermers the park is clean and uncluttered. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a lovely park on Lake Sabine, totally divorced from the refining and heavy industry you pass through to access it. Faint train whistles can be heard at times but the many bird sounds are more prevalent. The park is very well kept with spotlessly clean restrooms/laundry, concrete pads and groomed landscaping. Wi-Fi is not available but other utilities are very good. AT&T phone and data service is available in the area. The price listed is based on the weekly rate. We would be very happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived early and there was no one here to pay or question, so we just took a vacant site- all are back in concrete with 50/30 AMP, water, sewer, and cable TV. When the manager arrived she came to the site and was very nice. Even with the higher temps of 80°, the breeze off the lake makes for comfortable camping. The TALL bridge to get to Pleasure Island from Pt Arthur was under repair so there was a bit of a hold-up getting here. No discounts- no credit cards, but cash or check. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great find in Port Arthur and right on Sabine Lake - Outstanding views! We decided to come here rather than take a chance over at Lake Charles. I would return here without doubt. Owners are on site and very helpful when you arrive. The Park is well maintained and sites #6-15 are spectacular. No pull-throughs but the layout is large and easy to back in to the sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice and clean new RV park on Sabine Lake. Nice large sites all are concrete. All are back-in. Next door to a free public boat ramp. Great Fishing and Crabbing. BEAUTIFUL VIEW-especially for sites #7 - 16. Manager extremely nice and helpful. There are several RV parks in the area, but none compare to the cleanliness of this one. Free 100+ channel cable. Restrooms very clean. Area is known for birdwatching. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fine park. Site was level. Office staffer was very friendly, accommodating and allowed us to get receipt and complete forms next morning so we could get to site and hook up. Cable very good but also good digital broadcast TV. Near stores. Many full-timers but very quite and all with well maintained rigs and sites. Only complaint was that Wi-Fi reception fairly weak. But we were in furthest site from off (No.101). T Mobile worked well. Rate Passport America - 2 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The entire campground was neat, clean, and quiet. The restrooms were immaculate. It is very obvious the management takes pride in providing a nice place for people to stay. We were 100% satisfied! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Management is very people unfriendly. They just doesn't know how to be nice! Continuously complaining about your site not being immaculate. Can't even have toys out she really doesn't care for children the swing set is close to the main highway which people fly down. Its a clean park with a fussy old lady running it with an iron spoon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is Passport America for a max of two nights. Sites are all concrete pads, but spacious. Very near the city and all its amenities. Most sites are occupied by oil workers who don't seem to be around much so it's quiet. The area is well lit at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A bit hard to get to - must go over a very "up and down" bridge. Nice location, near city park and marina, but fairly basic facilities. Decent Wi-Fi speed and good range of cable TV channels. Park was only one-third full when we arrived - all live a boards (i.e., long-term stays). Big rigs would be a bit cramped and pull throughs too short to leave tow vehicle attached. Felt it was a bit pricey at $40; $30 would have been a more reasonable price (they only charge $200 a week). We camped here in a Motorhome.