This is an outstanding RV park with huge sites, well distant from the neighbor, full concrete pads, with a large concrete picnic table at each site. Everything, from each site to the facilities, is kept immaculately clean and groomed. While on a river, it is a two minute walk to the Gulf of Mexico beaches. This is a great place to enjoy beaches, to kayak, and to do what is mainly done in Matagorda: fish. There are fish cleaning stations and piers in the RV park, and a huge pier for fishing in the Gulf. Shore birds are abundant in the area. The only negative is mosquitoes which are also abundant. When the wind blows, the mosquitoes stay away, but if only a breeze blows, they are back. Repellent is a must here as is bringing in all your own cooking and drinking water. This is a top notch RV park in a superior serene location.
This is a great park because of the wide access roads, the level concrete pads, paved interior roads, wide sites, and location. It is very close to the giant outlet shopping malls of San Marcos, convenient to Austin, just a few miles north of Camping World (New Braunfels), and easy access from Interstate 35. The Wi-Fi works well. There is a very large children's play area. My favorite aspect is the sites are wide so you aren't stuffed into the side of your neighbor...well, that and no leveling required on the concrete pads. The downside of an interstate location is highway noise, but since it is constant it wasn't hard to tune out. There is a train on one side and the cement factory, but none of the noises disturbed my sleep and my trailer has almost no insulation and only single pane windows. I will stay here any time I am in this vicinity.
This is a basic RV park behind a truck stop, but it was quiet. It's a fine place to stay to visit the interesting town of Deer Lodge, definitely worth a stop. The sites are generally level, pull thrus, and there is good spacing between sites. Verizon cell worked well. I definitely would stay there again.
This park is really very nice, quiet and scenic. There are spacious shaded sites for those who prefer that and open long sites for those of us who prefer open areas. While one side of the park is long term very old travel trailers, there is nothing intimidating or unsafe, mostly just older people. Owners live on-site, including young children. The rate I paid is based on weekly rate. Verizon cell works great, including air card. The parks WiFi was a little weak, but it worked most of the time in the back open are where I was parked. This is a convenient location to visit Kalispell or Whitefish. I stayed there to also visit Glacier NP (about 30 miles), although there are closer RV parks to Glacier if that is your only destination in that area. I would definitely stay again when in the area.
All sites in this park are narrow as are the roads which are in poor condition. While many of the sites are tolerable, we were assigned one of the many inferior sites. The blacktop was severely crumbling and the site had a distinct downward slope. It made leveling very difficult after a difficult back-in with the trailer because of the narrow interior roads. Sitting outside was impossible because of the highway noise (a hill, so there was a lot truck revving sound), and construction of a building adjacent to the park. There were jackhammer sounds from 5:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. even on the weekend. The noise was as loud as if the jackhammer were beside your ears. The pool was not open despite there having been at least two weeks of over 90 degree temperatures. We definitely would not stay here again. There are extra fees for cable TV and for pets.