Excellent upper scale park near Houston. Concrete roads and pads, 50 amp and sewer; nice management. We have camped here overnight three times on our way to and from Aransas Pass, TX. Plan to be there again in fall.
Rather new with well maintained gravel drives and hook up areas. Perfect facilities. This is a great stop over on our way to and from Aransas Pass, TX each fall and spring. Well maintained and clean as a whistle. If you like Flying J, it is on the same exit from I-30.
As stated below, this a new park and facilities are continuously being added. The grand opening for the large Activity Building (club house) is March 24 with free food and dance and tour of the full project. Pool, billiards, weight room, library, gathering room with wet bar and a Great Room along side a full kitchen are all included. Off the road, neat and tidy. New laundry and showers to be built in the surveyed expansion which may take it to around 75 spacious sites. The golf course will have 5 active holes this spring and the other 4 by fall (already set in place and being rejuvenated). Driving range in place. The owners community has had a surge of sales and then building, but this has not bothered the rental community at all. Come this fall this place will be THE PLACE TO BE. Dances, season/holiday meals, special gatherings are already being planned. We will be back for 5 months.
This resort is growing every year. Twice as many sites this season and they will double for next season. The pool will be constructed in spring 2011. Huge activity building; part completed with the rest of the interior being completed soon. Spatial, nice sites, planned activities, full services, good management. The gated community has lots for sale, and is beautiful. Lot owners, pad renters and management get along very well, making our stay enjoyable. We will stay here again.
This park is new, beautiful and facilities well maintained by work campers. The fall of this park will be the owners, as the managers are managers only in name, for the owners (not RV people) interject into the management as they see fit, for their own personal gratification, overriding their managers decisions. Rules are made at will and changed or applied differently between renters. Decisions are made and then changed and changed yet again. These people lack any of the people or administration skills needed to manage this park and should get qualified managers and then step back and let the managers do the job they have been hired to do (very basic business principle). A group of some 15 couples moved to this park last season (09/10) during construction based on the physical properties it would yield when completed. We arrived this season (10/11) to find the physical facilities complete and thought we had finally found nirvana … but alas, things quickly changed. The activity building is small for the number of renters, with very bad acoustics. The pool is finished but not heated. There are a number of young families living in the park that work in the local labor pool, so you need to be very cautious driving – even riding your bike. The Wi-Fi seems to work well, some times but it’s impossible to depend on. We went to our broadband card in frustration. Not comfortable in this park and will not return.
Park officially opened in Jan 2010. We were there during construction, and all efforts were made to make us comfortable. Great owners and even better managers! All concrete 50, 60 or 70 foot sites, some double wide, with all concrete roads. Immaculate. All palm trees, maybe 12 foot high. I like trees, but this is almost as good. Activities and lots to see in Aransas Pass and adjoining communities plus fishing in the gulf only 10 minutes away. They are adding another section this summer so there will be something like 45 new sites in fall 2010, mostly double wides. This is a first class operation mostly for 5th wheelers and Motorhomes of Winter Texans. We are going back.
Our fourth stay here so that in itself bodes well for the park. An excellent stop over on our way to and from wintering on the Texas Gulf. Always friendly, taken to our site, gravel, long and level sites so we just leave 5th wheel attached. We don't use the facilities but did tour them on our walk. It's quiet, restful, clean and immaculate. Outstanding view from the hill top! Rated only a 9 because it is smaller and simpler: just like we like it! Some 12 miles from freeway but worth it. We will stay here again, based only on what route we take.
Our third stay here so that in itself bodes well for the park. An excellent stop over on our way to and from wintering on the Texas Gulf. Always friendly, taken to our site, grassy but long and level sites by the lagoon so we just leave 5th wheel attached. We don't use the facilities but did tour them on our walk. It's quiet, restful, clean. Ducks, horses and cattle visit the lagoon on the other side. Rated only a 9 because it is small and simple: just like we like it! We will stay here again, based only on what route we take.
This was our 5th time in the park. Right on our annual trip north and back. Excellent owners, service and facilities. We use it for an overnight stop over and love it. Friends use it several nights as a gathering point for several rigs meeting for a caravan trip. Gravel roads but are packed and sites are level - some with trees and some open. Easy pull through sites for our long trailer.
This is a perfect, out of the way, small, quiet camp ground with an easy ride to attractions. We used it as a 4 day stop in route to wintering in Texas. As advertised, very clean and tidy park. Heard that the cable TV options were slim but we have a satellite dish. Regular improvements are apparent. This will be on our list to return on future trips.
An older KOA park but in very good repair. Just off the highway and easy to find. Stayed a night and on the way to Coastal Bend of TX to winter. Everything was fine, including the dinner we had in their small restaurant. Will stop again.
Super sharp, neat, and easy to hook up. Rather new streets and pads are all concrete and nice. Getting to this park is a bit convoluted. We stayed for 2 days while in route to wintering in the Coastal Bend and will return again. Call ahead for this place seems busy.
As with all parks, there are goods and bads and these vary also by the type of rig you have. The sites (and roads) are concrete but narrow and short. Several are only 30 amp, so check. Fellow campers know parking is a challenge and pop up to help guide you in ... owners do not. People and the activities made this place a real gem and there is a nice blend of trees, palms and openness. Distance between the backs of units on opposing streets is outstanding. WiFi worked well as did the cable. Low city water pressure and questionable septic system. Record your meter reading upon arrival as electric is read and paid monthly - rate acceptable and while our own AC Volt meter rested mostly in the 113 volt area, it did not drop into the red. Have a rubber sewer connector sleeve to get attached to their sewer pipe. The air port next door does have regular traffic of helicopters that service the oil platforms from offices almost next door. They and the Navy trainers from NAS Corpus Christi that use the field for touch and go practice can make it very noisy at times. My guess is the owner that runs the office is the reason for all the negative comments given by others. My advice is to be very neutral when dealing with her and deal with her ONLY when you have to. Having said that, we love the Rockport/Fulton area and we did have a wonderful time for our winter months here but are looking to find something better for next winter. Maybe we won't find all we want.
A private RV resort. We visit Branson quite often and took the resort tour in Nov 2006 and it was so nice we bought a membership at auction the next spring and stayed for Branson Fest. Every thing about this resort is first class and once you are a member the site fee is $1 a night with limitations on stay to 14 days but can stay another week if you move to another site. Annual dues are easily recovered with a weeks stay. Can stay as many times a year as you want, with a 9 day absence in between. Right on the strip and minutes from majority of shows and activities. Lots of resort activities too. Mostly concrete with some well prepared gravel sites. Each year the resort converts some gravel to concrete. Pay for WiFi or go to lodge for hook up.
Bare bones: mostly a water park. Very old but it looks like the new owner is making site and road improvements. Facilities limited to your site. We took a CTC discount but I wonder when they were rated last by CTC for it is not what one might expect.
A campground, not an RV park. Close sites, mostly hard to get positioned, not level, some gravel but mostly grass. A ton or rules and every thing you want is an extra expense. Attitude of owners is very dictator based but appear pleasant. Lots of trees so if you want satellite be sure to say so when registering. Facilities are very old but they work at being tidy. One of only 3 that I found in the vicinity of suburbs north of Milwaukee, and I am afraid it may be the better of those. Beautify lake with a fair amount of day campers. This is our home town area so we may have to stay here again when again visiting friends and relations.