What a great park! We came up here evacuating from Hurricane Ike and extended our stay because of power and damages at our home. The staff is wonderful. The park is wonderfully maintained and as neat as a pin. They even pick up your propane tanks, fill them and bring them back! Road noise in the southern end of the park near I-20 is a bit loud especially at night. The office area and rally rooms are very nice. Terrell has nice shopping and you're only 20 miles from Canton. Domino's Pizza delivers to the park.
A good place to stop, cutting across New Mexico. Management was very nice and pleasant. Site more than adequate for a short (two day) stay. The campground had a breakfast tent set up, and that was great!
Easiest set-up we've ever had! Site (29) was level front to back and side to side. Clean, well run park near the middle of town. Management was pleasant and helpful. We're here for Thanksgiving week and the park is having a Thanksgiving lunch tomorrow: can't beat that!
For those who enjoy a more rustic park, Wild Country RV Resort in Cisco, TX will interest you. This is a new park and is a "work in progress." There's no bath house, laundry, wi-fi or cable tv yet. The water service is good and the electrical systems are new, and in excellent condition. Most sites are gravel, and are wide and long. The oak trees have been nicely trimmed. Clear shot of the southern sky, making it easy to aim the dish. We also picked up tv stations from Abilene on the antenna. Able to get online using a Verizon aircard. Lots of birds, butterflies and wildflowers. This hilltop location is about a mile off I-20 so you do hear some truck noise when you're outside. You can make reservations online or just drive in and pick a spot you like; nothing is assigned. Cisco, TX is just off I-20 about 50 miles from Abilene. The RV park is between Cisco and Eastland. Eastland has a Starbucks and Wal-Mart. We'd definitely stop here again.