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04/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Other reviewer said it all pretty well. Nice size pull-thru sites and river is beautiful. I did not find the office staff very friendly, though. Also the clubhouse is permanently locked so it cannot be used! Interior roads are stone of various sizes and not well maintained. A lot of permanent residents in old TT's. Quite a few kids and dogs, but it was quiet at night. Would stay here again, but not for more than a week.
03/2008
rating [ 4/10 ]
We have been staying in this park all winter. In fact, I wrote the first review. I am rating it much lower now than I initially did. Here are some of the reasons for my lowered rating. First, we were promised last November that the clubhouse would be completed no later than than the January of '08. It is still not completed. The laundry facilities and restrooms have not even started construction. They have put in the second set of 25 RV sites, and many of them are very close together, unlike the first phase. The road for the 2nd phase has not been paved and dust has become a problem. This is the owners first park and they have yet to have any rules or regulations about anything. Also the owner and the manager do not seem to communicate well. Last, the 1st and 2nd phases each have their own septic systems and neither seem to be working well. They seem to be leaking and emitting a lot of odors. Maybe they can get this fixed. We will not stay here again.
11/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
Coastal Oaks RV Resort is Rockport's newest RV park. In fact, as of December 1, 2007, only the first 25 sites are ready to go. But what great sites they are! Complete cement pads and patio. The next 25 sites (now under construction)are to be ready to go before Jan. 1, 2008. Also, every site has trees on it, and great amount of space between the sites. There is a man made lake. Clubhouse is now almost completed overlooking the lake. Pool and laundry are to be completed after the 1st of the year. On site owners and manager are very nice and helpful. Though still under construction, this is Rockport's best RV Park! 50 amp service. Cable TV and WiFi were free!
05/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Sites were small and tight, but the park was clean. New crushed stone on the sites made it hard to get 5th level. Not a bad overnight stop except I was charged $38. Wifi was extremely weak and only worked if you took your laptop up to the office. I now remember why I never stay in KOA's. Probably would not stay again, mostly because of the price.
05/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
A real nice, clean park. Wifi works good and we had a long, shaded pull-thru site. Big rig friendly, trees and such are nicely trimmed. There are new condos being built all around the east side of the park, and have large dirt wall pushed up next to the park. It blocks construction noise, but also blocks some of the sites TV reception. A few too many kids running around for my taste, but it is summer!
05/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very clean park, the best in Kanab. Extremely clean. Read other good reviews, the are all correct. Our site was a very long, nice pull-through. Lots of room! Fastest WiFi we have seen all year. Nice pool!
05/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a hard RV park to rate. It has no pool, WiFi, or shade. But the scenery is beautiful, there is absolutely no noise, and it is almost smack in between Bryce and Zion. We enjoyed our stay there, but it is really remote. There is an on site golf course which we did not use. Looking to get away from it all or to visit Bryce and Zion and this is the place. Only $15 a night.
05/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
On checking in, the park look great, well maintained and the views are great. Closest park to Capitol Reef NP. After staying here a couple days, there were a few things that could have been better. The roads and sites are gravel and vehicles are allowed to drive too fast within the park, kicking up a lot of dust. Beside us were a couple of trailers with permanent locals living in them. They were a little too noisy, drove too fast, and had older diesel trucks that were extremely smelly. Also there were a few dogs allowed to roam freely. And the WiFi barely works, maybe because we were in the farthest pull-through site. Not a bad park, but could have been better.
05/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Great place to stop and see Moab! Beautiful view of terrain and mountains. Mostly pull through spaces with pretty good room although not real long. We did get our 40 foot 5er and dually long bed truck in. Friendly on-site owners. Horses nearby, so occasional horse smells, but not bad. No pool, but nice quiet park far away from highway noise. We'll be back!
05/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Was told rate was $16 a night with Good Sam when I reserved a site, but when we pulled in, they tried to get $23 a night. They blamed their marketing people (???). Campground is nice and quiet, even though it is located next to a casino. Good WiFi, cable TV included premium channels. Trees to the front of each pull-through are getting to be in need of a trim, be careful or you may get scratched. Also be careful of the utilities (electric) hookup. It is very close to back side of your space and it is easy to hit it with a slide-out. Some sites are rather unlevel (front to back), but no one seemed to be having problems with it. Good place to stop and see Mesa Verde NP and Hovenweep. I looked at the other parks, this is the best place to stay in the area.
05/2007
rating [ 5/10 ]
Owner was very nice, but park is about 3/4 full of permanent residents, some in older units. Sites are dirt and stone with no picnic table. This park is OK for a few nights stay, but would not highly recommend it.
04/2007
rating [ 1/10 ]
Old fashioned park that is badly in need of an update. Small sites! Lots of overhanging tree branches. If you have a trailer or MH over 30 feet, you better go elsewhere. All dead end roads and no place to turn around. Heavy airport and road noise. Helicopters taking off and landing constantly. Pull-thru sites very narrow and by the main highway, next to the dumpsters. There are a number of really nice RV parks in Rockport--This is not one of them. Avoid it.
05/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
Beautiful views! Pick your site carefully, many do not have water spigots. Electric service was only running about 105 volts. There is a place in the campground to fill your tank. Trees and grounds were kind of overgrown, but not real bad. Really nice hiking trails. About 12 miles into town. Great boat ramps.
05/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
One of the best state parks! Great campground hosts--Helpful and friendly. Beautiful beach, have pull-thru sites and even some sewer sites. This is the place to stay in the Roswell area.
05/2007
rating [ 4/10 ]
Park is an OK overnight stay, especially at the $11 Passport America rate. Facilities are old and very basic--The power was wired incorrectly at the 1st site we were in. They did fix it. Just a dirt parking lot, but does have full services. Probably would be a muddy mess if it rained.
12/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice place to stay in the Rockport area. Owners are on site and friendly and helpful. Free wifi and cable TV. Grounds are neat and clean. Really low monthly rates. Not really a resort, as such, but a super clean smaller park. Easy access from route 35. Will stay here again!
12/2006
rating [ 1/10 ]
While checking in the staff was extremely rude. Site that I reserved for a 40 foot 5th wheel and dually truck was way too small, and underwater (it was raining). This park has lots of low hanging trees, narrow roads with no turn arounds. Pull-through sites in the front of the park are right beside a busy road and are very narrow with no place to park. The park did look clean and had lots of campers. There are lots of nice RV parks in Rockport, I will not be back to this one.
12/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
This park IS NOT in Alpine, it is just outside the entrance to Big Bend Nat'l Park. Can accommodate and size RV. This is really remote, about 40 miles to the closest town (Marathon). They have their own small store and gas pumps. Also have a museum dedicated to Hallie Stillwell. Beautiful, stark scenery. Go to the end of the road and see La Linda, Mexico ghost town across the Rio Grande. Great place to get away from it all. Run by the Stillwell family. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, since it is so remote, but I loved it! Great place to start exploring Big Bend National Park. Horsebackers and river rafters welcome. Lots of local character and characters!
12/2006
rating [ 6/10 ]
Park is kind of old and like a big dirt parking lot, but lots of pull throughs and easy access. Restrooms and showers were old, but very clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. Good overnight park, but wouldn't want to stay there long.
11/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
Really great state park! Huge pull throughs, some with a great lake view. Swimming area with a beautiful sandy beach. Heated restrooms were always clean. Not many trees, but the red cliffs surrounding lake are fantastic! Camp hosts were very helpful with info and literature on surrounding area. Best place to stay in the Roswell area. Loved it!
12/2006
rating [ 2/10 ]
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.
01/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice clean park, nice helpful staff. Inside Fredericksburg city limits 1 mile from downtown. Easy in and out. All pull-thrus. Gravel site with concrete table area. Sites a little close together, but not real bad, and no pool. No other negatives.
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