This park is old and not a typical COE that I have visited over the years. Lots of shade by the Cedar scrub trees. Lots of bugs especially spiders. Webs are created by the minute. Great Lake views, some covered concrete picnic tables. Not maintained at all. Bathrooms are bug infested, hot, and they are pit toilets. Great place if you are going to boat and so use the day resources around the corner. Its an OK place for a couple days. Oh, and Electrical was pretty low voltage wise. We had campers next door and when their air conditioner came on and my air was on the voltage went to less than 108 volts. I can only image if there were any more campers on the same circuit. Will go back but will be well prepared with bug spray, brooms to knock down webs, plenty of candles, foggers, and a high pressure washer to wash the picnic tables, shelter, and concrete slab off before we use it.
I have stayed here on 2 occasions. Close to I-35 but quiet. Gated entry is relaxed; many cars came in without asking. Quiet, everyone staying was respectful, the staff were cheerful. I have always felt welcomed. Close to downtown. It's an older park and there are several more permanent residents. Shady, and clean and level pull throughs. I will stay again next year. Used to be a KOA. Well kept and has upgraded electrical utilities and cable.
Stayed here for a convention as I was not paying 200 bucks a night for a sleazy hotel. The park is busy, narrow roads, quite cozy. Everyone was friendly. Close to I-35 but not noisy. Lots of trees which is a plus in Texas. Some long termers here but great people. Gated, which I liked and is somewhat dark, not really lighted which made for some great rest and sleep. Wireless internet was good, not fantastic but for email and light surfing, it was fine. I will stay again.
This is just off I35W 5 miles north of Texas Motor Speedway. This is an overnight park. Concrete pads is a plus. It is rather close to other RVers. It was quiet and really not bad for where you are. Gas station, liquor store and a small market on within walking distance. I gave it a lower score because I watched people just let their pets "do their thing" and not pick it up and I did find "piles" in our site. Mobile homes right next to the RV park. Several "long termers" stay there and were quite friendly. You check in at the liquor store and pay there.
Really nice park, trees, trees, trees, and tall! The volunteers at the front gate make you feel like family. One of the nicest COE's that I have stayed. Lots of space between sites. If you want to use a satellite dish, well good luck, the trees are so tall and so thick, it may be next to impossible to get a signal. I had to run about 200 feet of cable to a clear spot. I will stay here again.
Really great people running the park. It is open, no trees, rather level spots. They help you park and get situated. I-35 makes it a little awkward to get into. Watch the signs and follow the direction on the web site. RV repair and supplies just down the road. I will stay here again, no doubt!
Nice clean park, no restrooms and no showers, but a laundry. Close to Texas Motor Speedway. Some big trees. This is an old mobile home park being transformed into a RV resort of sorts. The DFW Adventure park is right next door. In the middle of September they have something called a JailBreak: really a mess getting into the park and getting out. At the same weekend Texas Motor Speedway has the World National Dirt Track races. So it's a crowded mess in the area. The road to the RV park is a very narrow and not well kept. It's a blacktop road maintained by the county I assume, just really rough and has lots of potholes.
Excellent park, easy, laid back and great owners. I had stayed many times when former owners were here. It was great then; it is better now. Clean, well patrolled, accommodating. They keep a well kept eye on what is going on in the park. Will be back many more times to come as long as these owners have it.