I really wanted to like this park but it is terrible. I was given one of the so called wider sites in the back of the park behind the Killer Whales. It is wider because when you put your hand out the window you can’t touch your neighbor’s RV. However, it is very narrow. The gravel roads throughout the park have built-in speed bumps or otherwise called potholes. I had a RV parked next to me while I was out and when I came back I found his BBQ grill almost underneath my bedroom slide. He was a jerk for cooking so close to my RV because he could have move the table up front into the gravel area instead of cooking with all that heat right next to my slide. Although Braunig is not directly responsible but because their sites are so tight it creates an environment for jerks like that to do what he did. I did get Verizon 3G with OK speed when it work but I had intermittent drops. To cap everything off, they have a lot of permanent residents who work in the area. Every morning from 4:30 to 5:30 they leave for work and they are noisy. If you are an early riser this will be great for you. You won’t need an alarm clock.
The price was right and the office staff is great but the park is not much to be desired. The roads and sites are gravel and in my case very off level, water pressure weak, power fluctuate. I was there for 3 days and I had a brown out and a power outage for a couple of minutes. I would stay here again if I was passing through but it would not be a destination.
Excellent park. Even though there are a lot of long term and snowbirds here, the park is very quiet and safe. All the roads and sites are paved. All attractions are within a short drive. Chinatown in Bellaire and Sugarland are just a short drive away. This is a stay again. Although I suggest booking well in advanced if you intend to stay more then a week if you want weekly rates. They are very busy and there might not be space available for stays more than a few days. They are also very dog friendly.