A weekly rate. A great layout that is well thought out and easy to maneuver in the biggest rigs. Someone did some real planning when this park was designed with facilities placed in strategic locations. The landscaping, architecture, and simple amenities make it pleasant to stay. Utilities are up to spec and convenient. Sites are level, concrete, wide and long. Roads and sidewalks are paved. Staff is very accommodating and keeps the place picture perfect. We were here for 2 weeks and added a third. Supplies and food are within walking distance. We will return.
Roads are paved, concrete sites, mostly gravel (not dusty) everywhere else. Power, water pressure, hookup layout, cable, Wi-Fi, landscape and facilities are fine. It's a busy place and back-ins in the middle rows are close, but it's a unique layout and not confining. Staff is always busy for the betterment of the grounds. We'll be back.
This campground has a nice atmosphere. Utilities were up to spec, roads paved, our site was graveled with lots of shade, but some are concrete. The staff went out of their way to find us a site. It wasn't too hard navigating a 45' Motorhome. This campground is on our return list.
The park has a country atmosphere. Easy driving with gravel roads and sites, some shady. The park was clean and well maintained, so much so, that management appears to favor the seasonals when it comes to navigating around the park. Just follow the driving rules, they are enforced. All utilities were up to specs, but had issues with the laundry machines. There are no sewer hook ups, but there is a dump station. A candy wagon makes the rounds but it costs. I haven't decided if I will return.
This park has been our spot while visiting family. Length is great, but just adequate width for 2 slides at most sites. It's gravel and yes, some leveling blocks might be needed. Voltage is good, but not all sites have 50A. Water pressure is excessive, so use those regulators. Easy in/out; there's only one road and it's close to a highway. There are more sites on the other side of the office, but looks to be for storage. Any necessities are within a few minutes drive. Salt Lick BBQ within walking distance. There's few long term neighbors, but most sites are campers passing through. I saw a laundry near the park store, but it was closed.
There are not many pluses for this park. It's convenient to stores and the bypass around Winchester. Sites are narrow for big rigs, roads are torn up paving and matching the camper size to the site could be better so the whole staffing should be improve. Water/electric are joint use so you could have a long run. We were here when the storms hit in early July. Some limbs were removed Sunday morning then nothing was done while we stayed a few more days. The park management seemed to be waiting for someone to come rescue them. Some RV occupants were actually barricaded in due to limbs falling outside their doors and roofs. Voltage was already low, but it went below 100V after the storm. Staff didn't seem to care after I told them. The whole park suffers from neglect.
The park is in the country on a farm or family owned land, so not many campers. Roads and sites are gravel and tight for a Motor home. Plenty of shade and utilities are up to spec, but bring your water regulator. The park is on a hillside and sites are mostly level, but I had to block the front tires. We weren't there long enough to use the facilities. I didn't feel welcome from the staff, but that could be the personality of folks in these parts. Wifi didn't work, no cable, cash/checks only and it's hard to find a satellite thru the trees. Someone said it and I'll reiterate NOTE...your GPS could direct you the long route. It's much easier to stay on 60, go west of HWY 13 and turn south on Ridge road.
We stayed in a newer area near the horse stalls (but not too close) which is an open pasture. Roads are wide, gravel and pretty dusty, but controllable by traffic. Our site was level, 45' long, but not too wide with some gravel and grass. There are some un-level sites and no facilities other than the FH utilities in this section. Wi-Fi worked for me, but you will need an external adapter. There are about 40 sites, but like other Fair Grounds, hundreds of sites scattered around the grounds.
Liked eveything but the tight turns/road width. Concrete pads and paved roads was great during the rains. You can also use the motel facilities across the road and it's 3 blocks from the street with the main attractions. It's on our return list.
Our site was sand, grass and level in the front area of the grounds. Staff was nice. Utilities worked fine and power was up to spec. Pretty tight driving through in a motorhome, but one headache was people parking in the narrow roads. There is ample room for parking off the roads. I'm still debating if I would return.
Enjoyed 4 nights. Utility factors are fine except you might need a water regulator (didn't measure pressure). Roads are paved and narrow, but with a guide we made it to the big rig portion in the back with not problems. Plenty of site length for a 45' motor home and car. This park is on a hill, so sites are stair stepped, but plenty wide. Fact is the whole area is hilly. Neighbors were civilized and because of the tree buffer, no road noise even though I75 is near. The old portion of the park is heavily shaded, but short sites. It's on our return list.
Roads and sites are paved. Good utilities, Wi-Fi, and nice staff. Sites are narrow with hedges between each site. Pretty challenging to navigate and back-in a 45ft. MH. Many camp models and permanent living with the RV sites mixed in. Probably try another Park next time.
Roads were paved, BUT watch out if you're in a low ground clearance MH. Speed bumps are also storm water crossings. Sites are back-in and pullout, not pull throughs. Well kept with nice National Park camping atmosphere. There is generator run times, then quiet hours. We will return.
Roads are paved, sites are level, long and gravel. Good voltage, water pressure, Wi-Fi and location of H/U. Showers and bathrooms are located in the exhibition buildings and quite a hike, but nice. Easy drive from the major roads. We were not here during the fair, so I surprised they would allow stays. About 50 sites were open during the non fair season. It's on our return list.
We liked it. Paving everywhere and easy to get around. There is plenty of shade. There are tent pads at some sites. I heard the camping area has just reopened after a 2 year restore. Looks like it. The online registration system has incorrect site information. Call the park. The length was fine. Wish the sites were a bit wider (fewer trees).
Weekly rate noted. This is a fairly new park. Friendly, accommodating staff and the park is well maintained. Easy getting around on paved roads with gravel and level sites. Wi-Fi service was OK, good voltage and almost too low water pressure. All amenities and areas were clean including the pool and hot tub. Easy getting to and from Hwy. 99. We will add this park to our return list.
Monthly rate noted. Friendly, accommodating staff and the park is well maintained. Santee Lakes is a public, walk-in park and has multi use buildings, so there's more to it than just the camping area. Gated area. Most pull through (sites #200+) wide enough to open the slides and park the car next to the camper or long enough to keep the tow attached. Easy getting around on paved roads with gravel and level sites, but muddy after a rain. Wi-Fi service was OK, good voltage and almost too high water pressure. All amenities and areas were clean including the pool and hot tub. This was a delightful find so close to San Diego, although Santee has all the big box stores, food and other necessities.
Very easy off/on I-10 and looks to be a new park. Roads are paved and level, concrete sites. Easy to maneuver with some tight turns. Good Wi-Fi, water pressure and voltage. Staff was nice and they escort you to your site. It is on our return list.
It is located on I-10, but not easy access. Behind Camping World. Good water pressure and voltage. This park is a big graveled parking lot with power pedestals. The staff ask you to drive slow because they know dust is a problem. We will try another location next time.
Easy off/on I-10. Paved roads and level gravel sites that have a hedge between every other site. Good Wi-Fi, water pressure and voltage. Black water had to flow uphill. Easy to get around. Clean, modern facilities and grounds. This park is on our return list.
Easy off/on I-10. Paved roads and level gravel sites. Good water pressure and voltage. Tight turns, narrow roads and sites hard to get into. Trees need trimming. Many seasonal and permanent guests. It is not on our return list.
Friendly, accommodating staff. Small town atmosphere. Many returning seasonal guests are friends. Our site, while not typical, was a pull through with plenty of room. Most sites are not this wide but easy getting around. Paved roads, gravel and level sites, good Wi-Fi, voltage and water pressure. All amenities and areas were clean including the pool and hot tub. Easy off/on from I-17. Bring your ATV if your into that. It is on our return list.
This place has the country setting about 10 miles from anything which is my type of camping. We were in a premium site which means a pull through that has parallel parking. Lots of room at all sites. Roads are dirt with gravel sites. I thought the park layout was innovative since it's in the Foothills.
No issues here. The sites are not well defined and the parking can be confusing, but it was dark when we arrived. Lots of vehicles other than campers makes for close contacts. Sites are gravel and grass. Nice staff.
Staff was nice. Sites were narrow for our TT and slide in the older part, but that's all they had. We didn't want to stay in the new addition. Pull thru sites are long enough for our tow and TT. Everything else was fine.
We were in a Deluxe site, not Preferred, meaning the front half of the pad is paved and the other portion gravel. Not considering the location and Pixy Dust, the roads are narrow and paved. Disney added road base and pads over a swamp and you are mainly limited to the man made areas. Parking at sites is very limited and no overflow parking. Voltage and water pressure was fine. The park is clean and has ground transportation to the main public area which has no parking for vehicles. I don't know when it was built, but believe it was years ago for smaller RV's. I wouldn't stay again if I couldn't get the Cast Member discount. I did enjoy hearing all the kids having fun.
Friendly staff, held my reservation without deposit. Sites have different layouts, but ours was a pull thru, pretty level, gravel, wide and open. Shade in other areas. Roads are paved with plenty of room to maneuver. Good voltage and water pressure, but sewer location was for something other than a TT. Not much Hwy 71 noise even though the park is next to the highway. Lots of extended stays, but the management seems to dedicate different areas for long and short stays. Gated and fenced. Pool, showers, playground and other amenities for the family. Big stores and restaurants near by. We will return.
This park in on a hill, but generally level. Sites are long and roads are wide with gravel. Electricity had good voltage and good water pressure. Lots of shade. There were some longtimers and older trailers, but they are spotty. We will return.
Staff was nice and easy to find. Sites and roads are wide with gravel and plenty of maneuvering room. Electricity had good voltage, but you might need a regulator for the water pressure. Cable has about 10 channels. Wi-Fi worked intermittly. There isn't any shade, but it's not a parking lot either. We will return.
Typical Texas SP camping, but I think the railroad organization now operates the park. Pick ur site, lots of shade, some pull thru sites that are partially paved. Good water pressure, electric voltage and easy driving. Having the train close was a nice adder. Rusk is on our return list.
Our pull-thru sites were long, level, graveled and not very wide because of trees. Good water pressure and voltage. Our area had lots of trees, but some areas are open. Staff was nice, but pretty stretched out because of the off season. Had to move to a different site after several days so a VIP could have our site. They showed up as we were leaving, so reservation system could be better. It's a 20 minute drive to Beacon Sta. and a 1.5 hour train ride down the Hudson River to NYC. We were there during Halloween and other campers seemed comfortable letting kids trick or treat. We will be back.
The park was OK, but the staff wasn't friendly. Way overburdened with rules because of all the permanent residents. Sites were gravel and level. Best part was Parkers Sugerhouse just down the road. We will find another park on our next visit to the Boston area.
A private campground with a state park atmosphere in a hilly area. Staff was friendly and campground was kid oriented. Seemed to be a regular place for return visitors. Our site was a long, wide, gravel backin in a forested area. Good water pressure and voltage. We arrived at night and left early, so we didn't see alot of the park. it is on our return list.
Level, gravel sites that are wide with privacy buffers (hedges). Our pull-thru was 70 ft. long. Narrow, paved roads. Friendly staff. High water pressure, good voltage and sewer hookup. Swimming pool was open in February, but didn't try it. Very full with some extended stay visitors. Probably popular with winter TX visitors. Gated with an access card. Many facilities near by. Cable free with site and pay for Wifi.
We stayed in the woods portion in the park. Quiet, wide, well laid out park with tree buffers between sites. Water pressure, voltage and sewer hookup was fine. WiFi was weak and you have to subscribe. Roads are paved and had tight turns, but OK. Staff was friendly, but we had to move for a VIP camper after a few days. Used this location to go to NYC. We will keep this park on our return list.
Our site was in the middle of a sandy, open field. No road base at site or on the roads. Staff couldn't access the reservation list or we could have had a nicer spot. Lots of Halloween trash and after 3 days there was no attempt to clean it. That brought the bees. Water pressure was low, voltage and sewer hookup was fine. No WiFi at the site. Not close to any towns. We'll pass this campground next time.
Pull thrus had plenty of room to leave the tow and TT attached. Pads are concrete, wide and level, roads are gravel with plenty of room to maneuver. Power voltage, WiFi and security was fine. You need a regulator to control water pressure. Quiet grounds and friendly staff. They brought me a card I dropped at the office. We were just passing thru, but we will keep this park on our list of places to stay.
The 3-4 miles of partially paved road to the grounds is pretty rough, but it's not Arlington's fault. Old Rte.66 I heard. These grounds are a large, open, grassy pasture. Little shade, but in bottom land. Power voltage and water pressure was fine. The sites are not defined as most parks, but power pedestals were about 40' apart. Gravel roads. Access to James River. We'll return.
Roads, sites are gravel and level. Power voltage and water pressure was fine. Some privacy barriers between sites even tho this is a parking lot style camp. We were passing thru, so didn't spend much time here. We'll return.
Sites and roads are paved, level and deep enough for my 30' TT. Pull thru sites are longer. Power voltage, water pressure and shade was fine. Clean area, grounds manicured and hotel maintained. Only issue was my wife heard the dog kennel next door, but a little added background noise fixed that. No road noise and easy to get on/off main hwy. We'll return.
Paved roads and level sites. Lots of pull thrus. Many permanent residents. Arrived after hours, gate code didn't work from outside and no attendant on site. 1st power pedestal had issues, burned my plug and it was my fault. Waited hour for someone to help and he wasn't very friendly. Waited 2 hours after opening time and no one showed. Left, but paid few days later. Too much hassle for me to stay again.
State park atmosphere. Sites are long and wide, shady, secluded and paved. Paved roads, good water pressure, close to lake and pier. Sites are not very level, no store on site, but close. Each site has graveled areas, fire rings, tables and trees. Good for kids.
This park is still being developed. Friendly staff, some paved roads & level sites, easy access & maneuvering, almost all sites are pull-thrus. Good water pressure & site layouts, country setting. Colorado River access, near boat ramp. No shade, few amenities, some road noise and a few long timers.
Level, wide, graveled sites. Some shaded. Paved roads and easy maneuvering. Locked, coded gate. Good water pressure. Hot tub and swimming pool that compliment the natural rock surroundings. Store, rally and fitness room, laundry. Boat ramp. Pull-thru and water front sites cost more.
Very friendly staff and quick to respond Easy walking in the park. Let me pick my spot to camp. Good access to Frio River. Sites are gravel, roads paved. WiFi worked fine in our isolated area. Store has rv supplies and food.
Nice place. Great lakeside atmosphere and open walking areas. Good water pressure, long, level concrete pads. The staff could be more friendly...they have changed since our previous stays. Seemed to want to find an issue. Screened our TT before letting us enter. Didn't give me gate code after late check-in. Not the warm, fuzzy feeling as before. They had no computer access after hours, so no sites info.
Roads are paved or gravel. Sites are mostly level concrete or gravel with a few back to back sites. Good water pressure. Gated and guarded. Easy access from roads and interstate, but no noise. Miniature golf, hot tub, big exercise facility. Golf course and Diamond Caverns near by. Small store. Park is showing some age. They also own Cedar Hill Campground, but it is closed.