A very nice park. I admit, I was a bit cautious knowing that this was a park out in back of a repair/sales place, but it is not a neglected part of their business at all. They take a lot of pride and care in the park and it is very convenient to have such a friendly and helpful service team on-site at the same place. We've stayed here twice over the years and had a water heater replaced one time and this most recent time had an oil change. They are the very definition of "Texas hospitality." There is enough of a distance from I-35 to provide a decent buffer from road noise, and yes, being so close to Cabela's, Wal-Mart, restaurants, etc., is very convenient. We'll gladly stay here again.
A nice park along a stretch of I-35 that has little development, much less RV parks -- therefore, the "Oasis" name is fitting, I think. It is a simple, no-frills park in an area that's good for stopovers on trips between Dallas and Kansas City (which is why we were in the area). Easy in, easy out, plenty of pull-throughs, good 50 amp service, well maintained without much in the way of perks and frills. I rated it highly because I thought it a good value with our Passport America discount -- we actually ended up purchasing our PA membership here as it saved us quite a bit off the $30 regular price. At $17, it's a good deal. Chet, the Camp Host, was very helpful and friendly, and really made a good impression. We'd definitely stay here again.
Wow -- we love this place. We've been here time and again and they never disappoint. The only problem we've ever had here is at times getting in! They were all booked up last November but squeezed us in one day later than we'd hoped to arrive. We learned this year and booked months in advance. The people running this place take pride in it and it's one of the most well-run parks in one of the best suburban heavy retail districts in all of DFW. It's amazing to find this jewel tucked away amidst a very busy retail/medical/office area just blocks away. Back in this park, it's quiet and definitely attracts RVers who take a more pride in their vehicles, travel, and themselves than the "average" park. Our rate averaged $27 per night as we stayed a week and they give a free night with a week's stay. You will love this place -- it's worth every penny.
Not great, not bad. Certainly not a great value; despite their recent KOA affiliation, there's nothing outstanding about the park's services or features. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad place... but the roads and sites are unkempt gravel and unfortunately makes getting into, out of, and set up at the park a pain. Pretty close to both the US 75 and I-335 freeways so noise is a factor. I'd stay here again but wouldn't be my first choice in town.
We found Cutty's via the Passport America book, which is why we stayed for such a low rate -- they honored the 50% PA discount. This is a very large, very nice, well-kept park and they appear to run quite a tight ship around here. Everything is immaculately mowed and maintained. I can see where a previous reviewer would have a point about room between rigs in certain areas -- we lucked out, I suppose, in that they (even without me asking for it) placed us in a nice, pull-through spot with no neighbors anywhere close. In a park this crowded, that's quite a trick. At full price, I'd say this park is a good deal. At the price we paid, an absolute steal. It's a little too proximate to I-80/I-35 to be a "peace and quiet" camp, but the overall feel here is relaxing and we'd gladly stay again.