Nice park, friendly staff and easy access right off of I-40. Close to Amarillo and some of their attractions (Palo Duro Canyon, Cadillac Ranch and The Big Texan Steakhouse). Our spot was adequately level, roomy and long enough for our 40’ coach. Yes, this park is at the end of the runway of the Amarillo airport and while there is air traffic during daylight hours, I heard little air traffic after dark. Also I heard a railroad in the distance, but the noise never really bothered us. I had no problem navigating around the park and into our spot, but it was a little tight. In fact the staff recommended that I cut through an empty corner spot to get into our assigned one. Grass was abundant and we loved the fact that some spots had their own gated pet run area. That was a great feature. WiFi was good. Bathhouses were clean and water pressure in the showers was adequate. We were in the back of the park and the 1 bathhouse was in the front of the park. I actually had to drive to the facilities which wasn’t that big of an issue. Satellite was easy to locate and antenna TV reception was great. They offered free cable but being here for 1 night, I didn’t utilize this feature. I would stay here again. We camped here for 1 night.
Great park in the foothills of Santa Fe. Easy access from the highway. The spots were adequately level, roomy, long and easy to get into and navigate into our spot. WiFi was spotty. They also have long, concrete patios in the spots. All utilities worked well (I used 50 amp service). From our spot, the views of the mountains and Santa Fe were awesome. They have winding walking trails throughout the park that were great also. Bathhouses were very clean and water pressure in the roomy showers was great. Satellite was easy to locate and antenna TV reception was great. We camped here for 2 nights.
Good no frills park for being in the desert. They say they charge a slight premium for 50 amp service, but the front office never charged us. Quiet location (however next to a mobile home park in which some of the tenants would walk through the RV park) about a mile off of I-40 and easy to get into and navigate into our spot. Staff was friendly and offered free coffee and muffins in the mornings. WiFi was spotty. All spots were long and staggered so you weren’t on top of each other. Spots were all gravel and pretty level. In fact the entire campground is gravel including the pet walk areas. Again, being in a desert environment our dogs had to adjust doing their business in dirt and rock which they did after some prodding. Their free cable worked excellent and they actually have 50’ cables attached to the power boxes (you will get no antenna reception here). You just hook it up to your rig. Bathhouses were clean and water pressure in the roomy shower was good. Overall I would stay here again. We camped here for 2 nights.
Great Park. Staff very friendly. All spots were very long and asphalt with a concrete patio. The park requires you to have at least 12x12 pads under your leveling jacks. If you don’t have any, they will give them to you to borrow. I felt the spots were a little cramped, but about average for RV parks around the country. Bathhouses and showers were very clean (loved the 60’s music they pump throughout the park). I saw that some have complained about the lack of hot water, I never had an issue. I think if people are using the laundry facilities, there may be a lack of hot water). The park also allows access to their hotel exercise facilities and indoor pool. The train depot is right next door and on occasions you can hear it roll in. A few times at 2:30am. I am a heavy sleeper so I only heard it once during the night. Williams is only a few blocks away and also a great old town with some great restaurants. We drove ourselves to the Canyon and didn’t utilize the train. Overall I would stay here again. We camped here for 4 nights.
Great park. Friendly staff. Roadways were gravel and wide and I easily got around in a 40' motorhome. Electric/water and sewer were close, worked great and made for easy hookup. Spots were large for a big rig like ours. They have a BBQ restaurant on site and if you order, they will deliver it to your spot. Finding my Dish satellite was no problem. They had cable, but I didn't use it. The bath house and showers were very clean, however not much water pressure. The main gripe I had is that most of the grassy/rocky areas were filled with sand burrs. It made it difficult with our dogs "doing their business" as we were constantly pulling out burrs from their paws. We stayed here for an overbite stay and would stay here again. We camped in a 40' motor-home.
This place is OK for a 1 night stay. As others have stated, park has many FEMA trailers with people living in them. Spots are Spacious but back in only. Sites are gravel and after a rain they can become very muddy. I sank to my ankles trying to work with my sewer and water hookups. Utilities worked well. Close to DFW so antenna coverage was very good. No cable. Staff is friendly, but with all the "full time live ins" it had the atmosphere of a trailer park rather than a campground.
This is a great place. Wide roads. Large pull through and back in spots. Close to the casino. Very clean restrooms and showers. Spots are all concrete with large concrete patios with a garbage can and built in grills. What I loved was that they are duel spots meaning you have utilities on both sides of the spots and can pull in based on the location of the sun. They have 24 hr security that roams around the park. Some people have stated that they can hear road noise from I-35. Well, they must have bionic ears because I-35 is at least a half mile away and the noise is not that bad. No cable but I didn't care. Antenna coverage was OK (about 27 channels). Some from Texoma and some from DFW area. The people at the front desk were very friendly and notified us that coming in May 2012 they will have their pool and playground completed. I would defiantly stay here again.
We are a member of OC Properties and usually stay here about once a month for the weekend. Nice private park for OC members. Staff is great and will lead you into your spot. Spots can accommodate the largest of rigs (ours is 40' and have no issues getting into a spot). Bath house are adequate. The small town of Glen Rose being close is great.
This is a Coast to Coast rate. Like other reviewers: the amount of permanent residents seemed concerning at first, but their sites were kept up and very clean. Staff here was very friendly and took the time to give us advice on local eateries, etc. I also have to agree that this place was very tight for pulling a camper. We camped here in a 38' 5th wheel and if that end spot on the curve heading out to the exit had been occupied when we left, I think I would still be trapped there!! The bathhouse facilities were extremely clean (cleaned every morning in fact). They have individual bathrooms containing the toilet/showers/sinks that I thought was great and they had A/C. Being August, this was a plus! This park is also a little off the Corpus Christi "beaten path" which we liked. I gave this place an 8 due to the tight spots and paying for Wi-Fi. In 2009: I don't think anyone should be paying for Wi-Fi, and that includes hotels too.
I entered $10 here because we have a membership with Coast to Coast. This resort was great! We were here for 5 days. There was tons of things to do. Deer in our campsite every day and night. They have 4 pools here. The spots were gravel but pretty level and long enough to accommodate our 40' 5th wheel. The sites were roomy and the campground was easy to maneuver our rig in. Bathhouses (showers, toilets, etc.) were very clean. The staff was extremely friendly including informing us on places to eat, things to do in the area, etc. Had 24hr security also. You can now get Wi-Fi here, however you have to go to the pool area to get it. Also, this place being in the Hill Country it drops periodically.
This is our home Park for our Ocean Canyon RV Membership. This is an older park but since being taken over by Ocean Canyon Resorts many improvements are continuing. One note is that this park will be going private. Numerous and spacious spots. Pretty level spots too. Pool was very nice and many activities for children. Cabins looked nice and more are currently being added. Access to the 3 rivers is very close with tubing, canoeing and boat access close as well. Future improvements include having tubing and boat access to the rivers right on site. Staff was friendly and helpful. Location is minutes from Fossil Rim Wildlife Park and Dino Valley State Park.
Stayed here several times. Nice staff and clean facilities. During our summer '07 stay, they even had someone watching the pool in case of storms. He wasn't a lifeguard but at the hint of bad weather, he evacuated the pool. (You know kids: they would have stayed in the pool regardless.)
Typical KOA. Nice park hosts and clean facilities. Roads needed repair. Spots were a little tight for tow vehicle and RV to fit in. Had to ask a few RV'ers to move their trucks so I could get out of my spot when it was time to leave.
Very clean park. Hosts are very nice. We have been here several times and our kid loves the swimming pool, basketball court, the billiard and ping pong table in the clubhouse. Large dog walking area and a lake to walk around is nice too.
Very nice wooded park. Sites and roads were very tight. We camped in a 38 ft 5th wheel and found it very hard to navigate around with the narrow roads, specially while backing into our spot. Once in the spot, we had a very nice time at this place. Being in the woods was a lot nicer than a cramped RV park in the city. The biggest thing to think about was the ticks. We pulled at least a dozen or so off our 2 dogs and had a few on myself. The water park was great for those hot days. It was in the 90's during our stay.