Easy on/off I-20 makes this an ideal campground for an overnight stay. If you had business in the Monroe area, this park would be suitable for a few days. I don't consider it a destination park, and they don't advertise themselves as such. Friendly office staff, and they gave a 20% discount for military. If I need a place to stay in this area, I would happily stay here again.
OK for an overnight stop. If I were staying in the area for more than a couple of days, I would probably look elsewhere. Sites are level, and long enough that we could have left our toad connected. No shade, and the grass needed mowing. I would stay here again if I needed a stopover and this park was on the way.
I was a little apprehensive about stopping here because many reviews mention unlevel sites. We had a level site under a small tree, at the end of a row -- It doesn't get any better unless the tree gets bigger. The only reason I didn't rate this park a 10 is that many of the sites, including the one I had, are 30 amp instead of 50 amp. I could have had a 50-amp site, but would not have had the tree. Very helpful and friendly office staff. Casino shuttle (I didn't use it, but it is there for those who want it). Frequent security patrols. Huge area for walking dogs. I'm looking forward to my next opportunity to stay here.
Got tired while traveling, didn't get as far down the road as I wanted to on this day. Called the Texan and they had a space for overnight. Owner/manager was very helpful with directions to the park, and very helpful when we arrived. This park is in a beautiful setting in the country, out of town. I'm not too picky, but this park had everything we needed for our overnight. I will make it a point to stop here again.
Suitable for an overnight, but not as nice as we were led to believe by the Web site. We had a pull-thru site, but had to do some maneuvering to get out due to long-term residents parking in the roads. The people running the office were very nice; the office is left open 24/7 so you always have access to the book exchange, etc. Probably won't stay here again.
Stopped here for an overnight, but ended up staying three nights because everything in Gulfport/Biloxi was booked for Labor Day. We decided to stay here and relax for a couple of extra days. Other than WiFi, this park has everything we wanted. Price is reasonable. Management is very helpful and friendly. This is definitely a dog-friendly park. There are a lot of long-term residents; the ones I had contact with were great! We will stop here again.
If you're looking for a quiet, peaceful place, this is it. Arriving the week after Labor Day, we didn't need a reservation -- there were dozens of spaces available. We were assigned to a very large, shady space that was probably the easiest back-in I've ever had. I do feel that this park is overpriced; discounts are available on the monthly rate, but not for shorter stays. Also no Wi-Fi lessens the desirability. But I would certainly stay here again just for the quiet atmosphere.
Stayed two nights while having medical procedures in Fort Worth. This park is clean, quiet, and well-kept. The staff at the check-in station are among the nicest people I've encountered at an RV park. We picked a pull-through site with 50-amp electric; the utilities (electric & water) worked as designed. There is no cable TV available, but we were able to get good OTA reception of all DFW local stations without even cranking the antenna up. Many of the sites are unlevel front-rear, but our levelers compensated for that with a couple of wood blocks under the levelers on one side. The dump station is on a slight up-slope; our black tank wouldn't drain completely, so I flushed it twice to compensate. Other than these slight inconveniences, this would be a resort-quality park. With the lake, large sites, and a lot of shade, it just doesn't get any better than this. We will definitely return when stopping in the Fort Worth area. The rate I posted reflects the 50% discount for the America The Beautiful Senior Pass.
Convenient location to I-35. We came to the San Antonio area via US 281, then took TX 46 to New Braunfels and I-35 to the park. I had made a reservation, but arrived after the office was closed. Our name and assigned site number were posted on a board outside the office. It was not difficult to find our site. I drove into the site and then unhooked and parked the toad, hooked up electric/water/cable TV and left the rest until morning. I didn't get to the office to pay until almost noon, but that did not seem to be a problem with the friendly office folks. One thing that really impressed me was that, when I made the reservation, they didn't want a credit card number at that time. They did ask that I call and cancel if I wasn't going to make it. We didn't use any of the park amenities other than the dog park; it is one of the best I've seen. The park roads are a bit rough in the 200 section, but there is maintenance in progress. Spaces, although small, are clean and the grass is kept trimmed. There is also a lot of shade, with spaces located so that the trees don't interfere with ingress/egress. Overall, this is a clean, quiet park with nice amenities for families, and everything I would want for a place to stay while visiting the San Antonio area.