We were desperate to stay at a spot between New Orleans and Atlanta that had excellent Cable for the bowl games. We stayed here about 7 years ago. What a change! First of all, the owner closed at noon, but came back immediately to check us in at 3 p.m. on New Year's Eve. GREAT PR and service - taking us through the rules, to our site, and helping us hook up. Fabulous improvements from the new bushes and trees, to the sodded areas between units to the new gravel and concrete pads at EVERY site. VERY level, spotless clean, and the best dog run in the South. A new concrete walkway around their pond with lights for walking even at midnight! Very safe, secure, and the best RV spot in the South. Oh yes - and fabulous cable and Wi-Fi for the bowl games! We would stay here again AND stay longer if we could!
We stayed here in a 36' Meridian Itasca and had a tow car. It was rough pavement getting in and out with cracked pavement on 80% of the sites. That being said, they were level and nothing that made the stay difficult. In fact, the long term campers/workers and the owner and his staff were superior in their PR. Fresh coffee and donuts available in the very friendly clubhouse with an inviting corner fireplace and 60" television screen. Great dog run with agility equipment, but after a few days of heavy rain, we didn't use it because of the large puddles. We would stay here again. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable and you can't beat the hospitality.
We planned to spend six nights here, so the owner (whose husband was seriously ill and in the hospital) offered us the weekly rate, which was a savings. They also led us to our site, even though we have been there several times in the past. Instant and superb Wi-Fi and cable! The site had grass, which was sparing, but the site was level and clean with a picnic table. Very helpful when a sudden freeze came into the region and willing to refund nights when we left early to avoid a freeze. We will return here when possible and in the area.
OMG - this is a surprise and a pleasure! We left north Texas in an effort to outrun a snow/freezing rain forecast for Christmas Day. Two Ft. Worth area RV parks did not respond in 24+ hours, but when we called "Park Mark" we not only spoke to a live voice (he carries around his cell phone at all times!). He was willing to find us a place (pull thru, 50 amp, level)and gave us excellent directions. He wouldn't even take our credit card number to hold the space - his word was all we needed! He met us at the office, unhooked our car, got into the RV and helped my husband pull into not only a level concrete site, but one that is covered! Our first in over 8 years of RVing! More cable TV channels than any park, maximum bars for free wireless internet, and a happy, interesting park owner on site at all times! We couldn't have a better park! All of the residents are friendly, relatively new RVs, and exceptionally clean and neat! Love the "Statue of Liberty" which helps locate the park! We would stay here again and wish we could stay longer!
We stayed at this very old RV park in a 39' motorhome. The owner said that we could choose a site with EITHER Wi-Fi OR Cable, but no sites had both. He did not take us to the site, which was not level, not paved, and mostly dirt/mud (when it rained). Very little grass and lots of weeds and fire ants. The trees were more stumps and really in poor shape. Cigarette butts were everywhere and it wasn't safe to walk your dogs on leash because there were two loose dogs in the park. There was not an area to walk the dogs anyway and lots of traffic noise from the interstate. Very frightening experience and I would not stay there again.
With other RV Parks located inside the Wichita Falls area, this park is a drive from restaurants and shopping. That being said, it is a beautiful facility and used for events like weddings, reunions, etc. We stayed here two nights (minimum allowed) but were disappointed with the Wi-Fi connection and horrible cable selections. Phoning in advance, we were told that we could get local stations (ABC, NBC, and CBS) since we wanted to watch the basketball "Final Four" playoff. When we arrived, we realized that their cable line up did not have the local channels and their other channels also did not include ESPN, or PBS. Amazingly they had GOOD TV, ESPNU (??), CBS College Sports (?), ABC Family, and Cartoon Network. Being in the Plains of North Texas, there ALWAYS seems to be wind over 15 mph, so putting up an antennae during a storm would destroy your antennae. We were in a severe storm alert and couldn't access a local TV station to be aware of the problem! That being said, while discussing the cable problem, the owner happened to walk in the office. She kindly allowed us to use the key to their lodge (used for entertaining) where they had full cable with local channels! We watched the game at the lodge and were made aware of the coming storm. If you stay here, just be aware that you shouldn't depend on good Wi-Fi or regular cable benefits.
With many RV parks along Highway 271 North out of Paris,TX, this is definitely worth a detour from Highway 82 as well! Angels is the ONLY RV park in a 50 mile radius with great Wi-Fi and Cable. Both are free, too. This is a superior park without those two amenities since the sites are long, wide, shaded, and freshly graveled. The owners are passionate about park because they live on site in a lovely home with a visible garden that is full of vegetables and herbs in the summer months. At Christmas they decorate the entire park with thousands of lights and play seasonal music at the office. There is a lovely gazebo where you can sit and enjoy the sunset plus at least an acre of mowed grass area where you can walk your dogs on leash. Despite the noise of Highway 271, this park is quieter than most located along an interstate. We camped here twice and will return again!
Wow - what a fabulous surprise! Easy access, extremely friendly and hospitable staff on location (even though we arrived after 5 p.m.), and flat, gravel and paved surfaces. Newly planted, good quality trees at each site and a "spool" picnic table at each site. Very long and wide pull-throughs. Well manicured grass area, wonderful, large, enclosed dog runs, and very well maintained bathroom/laundry facilities. Despite the location to the highway, no traffic noise noticeable. We had our windows open at night and then highway isn't used much, so we didn't hear anything. Clean, safe neighborhood and ideal if you are going through the area or staying the weekend to attend a sporting event at Texas Tech. Good location to Orlando's, our favorite Italian restaurant. I would definitely stay here again and encourage others to do so as well since Twin Pines is the only RV park in the Lubbock area to have cable TV. Wi-Fi has excellent reception.
A wonderful location with fabulous concrete sites, and friendly helpful staff. Love the clean sites and great walking area next to golf course for the dogs. Always friendly and helpful. Will come back every time we are near this park!
We have stayed here many times in the past six years. Originally it was nice to see the sunset with a panoramic view of the wide, open spaces. Now, there is heavy industrial noise beginning before 7 a.m. and continues through the morning. Also, there is a huge building blocking the west side from over half of all motorhomes. The speed bumps are bad enough to make us not return! They force you to enter and exit over these four speed bumps! Our site was tight with sparse, muddy grass. The dog runs were full of waste and the doggy waste-bags were large and not standard for pick-up. There were pot holes in the side roads where you had to drive for the the pull-through sites. The "store" had very few items despite the size, which would make it easy to carry more for the camper. We wanted milk and they had none despite the almost empty wall case. Only a few candy bars and soft drinks were inside: what a waste of electricity and space. Also, to carry healthy items would be a plus! Very disappointing that there is such a monopoly of where you can stay between Fort Worth and Midland. I doubt they will be able to improve, but removing the giant speed bumps would be a start.
Very pleasant person in the office who was also very helpful on selection of a site. There is a huge, visible trash dump next to the park: not very appealing. Very narrow, bumpy dirt roads and ruts in the sites next to the water/electric hook-ups. People did not pick up after their pets and waste covered most of the grass areas. In the "Big Country" there aren't a lot of RV Parks, so the selection is small. This is perhaps the best unless you intend to keep driving another 300 miles!