We have been camping here for almost 7 years. We have always been pleased with the park and its amenities. When we returned yesterday however, we were more than pleasantly surprised. The improvements were impressive. As members, we love to see that our maintenance fees are put to good used. This time, campsite improvements, swimming pool improvements, rebuilt deck at one of the club houses. Earlier this year we had already discovered great improvements to both clubhouses. We have always and will continue to recommend Bass Lake/East Coast Resorts. The folks here will be celebrating their 25th anniversary Aug. 10 and 11, and YOU BET we are going to be there!
What a fine park: complete with country store, gas station, clubhouse, pool, etc. What I really appreciated is that the permanent sites were separated from the travelling RV sites, etc. Lots of wooded areas, but also beautiful open areas great for satellite dishes. Shopping and restaurants nearby.
I have never seen a Coast to Coast affiliate in such a deplorable condition. The faucet on our two sites were broken. The nearest bath facilities were locked. The pool was beyond repair. The indoor pool was locked. The potholes had potholes. Why does Coast to Coast allow this?
This park had been badly neglected for a number of years. Now recently bought by Ocean Canyon Properties, which has a lot of work to do on site improvements, bath improvements, water faucets, etc. Again, great potential for OCP, and the future will tell.
At least a 9 or 9-1/2 park. The best I have ever RV-ed in. The Lodge is a million dollar "club house". Boat house, indoor pools (yes, pools!!), hot tubs, stable with horses for riding. Activities and amenities galore! Surroundings are beautiful hills, etc. Scenic highways and historical towns. You goto see to believe this resort!
Badly neglected park was recently purchased by Ocean Canyon Properties. Needs lots of work, but has great potential. Location is tough to find, but beautiful on Texoma Lake. Anxious to see what OCP is going to do with it.
We were shocked and disappointed upon arrival. There are no amenities to speak of, except bath and laundry. It looks like a giant gravel parking lot with unmarked sites. But when we left, we felt great, stayed and fell in love with staff and the surrounding town and area. There is lots to do, especially good wineries!!! Park and stay..simply that.
We were here originally on our ROD membership: been coming for the past three years. Resort is now under the new ownership (Ocean Canyon) and some well-needed improvements have been made. New managers have also been appointed. We love the comradery here, and now we have become members. There are lots of things to do in this area: Abita Brewery, Pochchartrain Vineyard, New Orleans (of course), etc. Ya'll come and enjoy some good Cajun hospitality.
This is a fantastic place to come and relax. We were here for 9 days. It was very quiet with only 9 rigs. We enjoyed the company of at least 6-8 deer every night. This small valley is splendid. Satellite TV reception was great, and our own broadband for the computer worked just great. We loved the pool and hot tub. Ya'll come down and camp here soon. It's one of the best resorts we've ever been in.