We have stayed in many RV parks in 5 years of fulltime RV travel. This ranks as one of the worst. I am an ER nurse and get a different picture of the town. Many overdose, assault and other drug use patients came from this area, some were found leaning against the fence of the RV park. This area is the worst area of Yakima. They have barbed wire coils and razor wire fence surrounding the park, for good reason, and yet they make you take your pet OUTSIDE of the fence for the pet walk. If they see your dog potty inside the fence they charge you a $25 fee. Note, that is not if you don't clean it up, if your dog potties AT ALL, they charge you. Even after you clean it up. The Wi-Fi is useless. So much so that they told me just to use the Wi-Fi signal from the nearby Best Western. The park manager said that was what they used. The customer service was abysmal. They seemed to not care if we like the place, so long as we strictly obeyed all rules. So, if you don't mind surly employees, high crime and the meth lab in the semi-abandoned hotel just down the road, by all means, this is your place. Otherwise, avoid this place at all costs.
Nightly rate reflects monthly rate. We stayed here for three months while working in the area and visiting family. This is not your standard rv park. This feels more like a low-income, gated subdivision. It is all concrete and landscaping, with a sprinkler system and landscapers that edge, and mow under your rv when you're sleeping in the morning. Speaking of sleeping, you won't get much here. There is a train that is so close to the park you can see it out your window. The train blows it's horn constantly throughout the day and night. You can actually feel your rv shake before you hear the horn. It is the loudest rv park in which we have ever stayed. The office couple are very unfriendly and have a very strange propane refill set-up. They have minimum hours that they will fill your tank, and not in the rain and only if they are there. They ask you to write your name on your tank and leave it there and they'll "hit your card" and send you an email when it's ready. They also like to just "hit your card" on file for the park fees and will only tell you how much they are "hitting your card" if you ask them. We found this very disturbing. I gave this park two stars because the pool was nice in the heat and the lake is pleasant to look at. But really, I would never, ever return. The surrounding area is frightening, trashy with panhandlers everywhere. They will come up to you and ask you for money at the gas station and any store within a 5-mile radius. We had no trouble inside the park but most of the people did appear to live there because they had to, not because they were traveling and exploring the country. I would stay further outside of Houston if we ever returned.
We used to stay here when visiting family. They have changed their policy in the last year and now the nightly rate is $50 for electric and water only with a dump station. The mail hotel desk clerk (where you have to get your parking pass) told me if I had a casino player card that I may have enough points to get my stay for free. I asked him how many points I needed and he told me he didn't know, I'd just have to play and then they would check and let me know. We'll only be staying 1 night and will find something more reasonable next time. I suppose if you're a big gambler this may be for you, otherwise I would go somewhere else.
Price reflects monthly rate. We stayed here the end of October until the end of January. A little difficult to find but the owner met us in town and had us follow them into the park. Some of the downtown trees are a little low so beware. Very nice, quiet park close to all of the activities Del Rio has to offer. The owners are constantly working on improvements and maintenance. They are a very friendly couple that went above and beyond at all costs to make us comfortable during our stay. Wi-Fi is new and improved and worked great. Digital cable also worked very well. Laundry room could use 1 extra dryer and a few updates. There are also exercise machines to use while you wait for your clothes to dry. Our kids were treated like grandchildren and there were potlucks and activities for the holidays in the activity/laundry room. If we were ever in the area again we would definitely stay there. This is absolutely the best RV park to stay at in the Del Rio area. There is shade, quiet and safety.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Very nice, helpful host. Kind enough not to charge us for the kids. A little hidden behind all the gas stations, etc. along the interstate. Surprisingly quiet at the park since it's so close to I-35. Hard to get level, concrete slab had sunk and cracked. Plenty of space for slides. The laundry closed at 4pm so that was useless. Some of the other RV's were older and a few of the residents were on the creepy side. However, there isn't much in the area so we would stay here again if we came to Oklahoma City.
Rate reflects Good Sam Discount. Host was very nice and helpful. Park was so close to the interstate that I would swear the big rigs moved our RV when they passed. This was the loudest park I've ever been to. Spaces were very narrow and we had to park our extra vehicle horizontal to the RV. Very crowded, very tight and very noisy. Not much else in the area. Very overpriced. We would find a different city to overnight in next time. We would not stay here again.
Excellent park especially for the price of free! Can stay 1 week per month. Sometimes difficult to get confirmation on on-line reservations and had to cancel and could not get in touch with anyone to cancel so I felt very bad. Very clean, quiet park. Very kid and pet friendly. The park ranger is very helpful. The worst thing about this park is the 10pm curfew where they lock the gates so that makes visiting family/friends difficult. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for 3 months so rate reflects monthly rate. Beautiful secluded area but close to major highway. Most residents were snowbirds and already had reserved spaces so had to move around some. Very friendly people and staff. Laundry room only has 2 washers and dryers so are usually full. Nice walking trail and ducks. Pleasant place to get away from all the Houston noise. Wi-fi is very spotty; ended up just getting our own connection.
We have stayed here a few times because they are close to family in Houston. The spaces are very narrow but cement and grass. Neighbors are almost an arms length away for overnight and weekly stays. Management is friendly. The weekends are crazy because the flea market is open.
We arrived here and there was only one space available and the electric/water hook-ups were too far away to reach. Luckily someone was leaving and we took their space instead. The hook-ups are every third space. The site is level, but very dusty. The price is right as this is free for the first 3 nights then you must gamble using their player's card for $25 per night thereafter. There is a dump station and it's very loud with semis and RVs coming and going all night. We would stay here again if we were trying to save money.
We arrived and could not find the office. A nice "neighbor" let us know how to put the money in the envelope and pick a site. We found a level, shady site, tight fit, but fine for the night. There was no management around, the pedestal had no breaker, we still aren't sure about cable but the Internet works fine. The neighborhood is kind of scary, most residents are permanent campers, there is a very loud train close by as well as very busy roads. We would not stay here again as there are many nicer campgrounds in the area.