Over the years, we have stayed in many RV parks throughout Canada and the United States. Having experienced many parks in the Rio Grande Valley we have chosen this park to be our winter home. We arrive at the park in October and leave in April. What impressed us most about the park was the people. We could stay anywhere but it is the people that you are with that makes a home a home. The park offers many activities and lots of things to do. One only needs to make choices and sometimes there are too many choices to make. The pool and hot tub are most welcome on the days when it is sultry. We golf and the 9 hole course on the property has allowed us to do this right in our 'backyard'. Having read some other reviews we wonder if we are reviewing the same park. We would highly recommend this park whether you are there for a short time or for a winter getaway from the cold of the north. Congratulations to the management for taking a less than optimum situation and making the park the awesome place that it is.
We chose to stay at this park as we traveled east from Arizona. One of the things that drew us to the park were the activities provided and how friendly most of the people in the park could be. Yes - the park is under new ownership - we have had the good fortune of meeting the new owner and are excited with what is being planned for the park. Texas has had a hot dry summer and no doubt when the rain comes things will green up quickly. We all know that unless one plans on watering regularly then the best course of action is to not water at all so that the roots grow dormant until the next watering. Looking around the area it would appear that many parks have been affected by this severe drought. We look forward to visiting the park soon - remember a park is only as good as the people that choose to stay there.