We're a big rig (semi truck) with fifth wheel and it's hard to find parks that can accommodate us. Nice gated park, one feels very safe. Staff was great - very helpful. Good Internet. It's a lovely park, nice spot on the lake, swimming areas, and easy in and out for even the biggest of RVs! We will stay here again when we are back in the area. Price listed was for a bronze level.
Great water pressure, nice little pond, pretty quiet, good management, concrete pads. I would have given it a 10 except that the sites are so close together over on the cell tower side that I had to wonder if I could even pull out my awnings without hitting my neighbor. As it turns out, it was too windy to find out. I think the only area that would truly be "big rig friendly" would be over on the cell tower side where one could drive out into the field to maneuver around. I've been in some parks with small sites, and this one is really too cozy with your neighbors! Otherwise, a great park.
We're over 70' long with truck and fifth wheel, and we had NO trouble getting in and around this lovely park. Sites are very long & wide, and we even got our extra vehicle and trailer on site! Shady sites, but still could get satellite signal with no problem. They have done a great job with this park, it's our absolute favorite in the whole DFW area! We WILL come back here again when in the area.
Nightly rate is based on the weekly rate we paid of $180. Sites are very long and wide, and level concrete. The park doesn't have picnic tables, but has a "patio area" on the pad for chairs and such. On site propane refills available, very friendly staff, pizza place on site, and quiet. Close to the freeway (can see the freeway from the sites), but can't hear the freeway noise. We WILL come back here again when in the area!
Very nice management staff - very helpful when needed. Super easy access to Georgetown and Austin, but it's really quiet and off the beaten path and has more of a country feel to it. Great security with many cameras on site. The wide open views of countryside are fantastic. Didn't use showers, restrooms, or clubhouse, but the Wi-Fi was good. Stayed 3 weeks with them (price reflects weekly rate), and will be back in the spring for some local fishing. They're even going to make covered (as in permanent structure cover) parking over many of the sites - the ones that exist already are fantastic (we looked, but they're occupied). This will be fantastic for summer camping - no trees, but cover and great ventilation - and he's even got plans for satellite for the covered sites that are coming!
The owners do a fantastic job of keeping the grounds looking good, they're very friendly, and the park is simply a lovely park. We have a fifth wheel with a semi truck, making us about 70' long - and this park is truly a "big rig friendly" park (which is actually rather hard to find). We will definitely stay here again if in the area, and will recommend it to many of our "HDT" (heavy duty truck) friends. It's a nice quiet park that has lots of shady spots, but the trees are not such that us long and tall rigs can't move about. Very peaceful.
Nice park, good fishing, great amenities, spacious lots, staff that we met all friendly but one rather unfriendly lady. Shade trees abound, but still big rig friendly around parts of the park. Mini golf, indoor pool, outdoor pool (during certain times of the year), marina and boat slips available. Lots of campfires around, so if smoke bothers you like it does me, you'll have to keep the windows closed. Hubby doesn't mind it, but it gives me a headache so I have to avoid it. Lots of fire material around it appears. Overall a very nice park that we would enjoy coming back to again.
Bring your own internet!! $50 for a month - PER COMPUTER (or the "great bargain" of $15 for 2 hours)! We agreed to the $50 only because two days prior we broke our router and were without internet - but they failed to mention the PER COMPUTER part. NOT happening - no way no how am I paying $100 for a month of internet for the two of us. I have NEVER had ANY rv park charge for internet - much less that kind of price. Now in case you're thinking the 2 hour thing isn't so bad (and I know you're not thinking that), the clock starts when you put the code in, and if you have to get off the computer at any point before the two hours is up - you just lost the balance of your time. Sweet deal huh!? When we checked in with an extra vehicle and a freight liner, they told us they could accommodate us without problem. But after getting set up, they then tell me that the extra vehicle (suv and boat) would need to be put in another site for the weekly rate that we were paying for the site the rig was in! So the truck got parked in front of the office, the boat schooched in next to the rv, and the suv out in front of the rv. Take that! When I tried to get on the computer along with hubby, I couldn't get on. I went to the office, and guess what - they're closed on Sundays! So I suffer thru Sunday without any internet, and start calling the office at 8 on Monday. NO ONE shows up until about 10:45 am! I was told that they were having manager change over issues - well - so what!? Someone needs to take care of their customers even if it means a little inconvenience on their part - I don't care if the customer has been there 2 hours, 2 days, or 2 years - they deserve an office staff that will help. We chose this place because it was close to relatives there, but doubt very seriously that we'll come back - it's run very unprofessionally in our opinion. Water, sewer, etc were fine, but I actually care how they treat me and others who are paying customers. Rv'ers do have a choice where we stay, and why stay somewhere that's run like a hobby instead of a business?
The owner was fantastic for coming out to meet us after hours and assisting us. Site was easy to get in and out of (and we're 73' nose to tail). Some complain because it's not all concrete - well personally I think it looks a whole lot better without all the concrete - looks more like a pretty campground rather than a well laid out parking lot... Just my opinion, but I like nature. We would stay here again if in the area.
Can't say enough nice things about these guys! We've been a monthly resident for several months (our monthly rate was $300/mo, so that's $10/night - it wouldn't let me skip this information). If there was anything that we ever needed, they would certainly help us with it. Even came out in the snow late at night when we'd come in from a long outing to make sure we have everything we need, and let us know if there were any problems that we needed to know about. Truly terrific people. It's big rig friendly (we're 73' nose to tail), though the sites are not really super long, it all worked out just dandy for us. We will definitely come back whenever we're in the area!
Sites were nice enough, but for a big rig, really hard to get into and out of (at least the one we were assigned: the one they thought would be the easiest). There were no pull through sites available when we checked in, which would have been a lot easier as we're 73' nose to tail! Lots of trees, pretty park: but the owner got really ugly with us when we had something come up and asked if we could get our money back and leave early. She didn't cuss me out, but came really close. Horse is a good name, because it's not really about HOS-pitality. Would I stay again? No way! You get what you give in my book, and the owner dished out nothing but lack of kindness. In defense of the staff: they were great, just the owner was a "horse." Needless to say, we didn't get our money back when we asked.
Nice park, great sites, polite staff. A bit too costly: but then I guess they go by "supply and demand" since they are the only park around. The area needs more parks to give them some price competition. Overall a pleasant stay though. At least they are really big rig friendly!
The park is lovely, and the gal who checked us in was funny and friendly. Only gripe about the park is that the beautiful trees that they planted at the ends of the sites made it just about impossible to get our "big rig" (heavy duty truck and a long fifth wheel) out of there! The trees make it truly a beautiful campground, but we're very long nose to tail, and if we hadn't been lucky enough to have a double space, PLUS using the space opposite the two we were in, we would still be there trying to figure out how to get out of there without tearing the trees down! The owners did a lovely job of landscaping, but between the rock at the end and the trees at the other end, we got the rock coming and the tree leaving! Suggest some major tree trimming (or better yet, eliminating them - pretty though they are).
Nice park with lots of shade trees, but yet do-able even with a big rig. The previous night, we were in a beautiful park where they planted trees everywhere, but they put them IN THE WAY of the entry, parking, and exit of the rigs. This one posed no problem for us and our very large rig. Sites are level and gravel. There's a cafe on site, and discount coupons for breakfast. We didn't go to breakfast, but dinner was ok. Not a 5 star restaurant, but decent food for a decent price. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and they even welcomed us with a cookie while we were setting up! Dump station is easy to get to and clean up after-wards is convenient. Would stay here again if in the area.