Owners go out of their way to make this more than just another KOA. Their campground and bathrooms are extremely clean. After we were directed to our site he came around about 1/2 hour later to check to make sure everything was alright and did we need anything. I felt treated more like a friend than a customer. Looking forward to our next visit this fall.
We've stayed here before and really like the convenience of the park to places we are visiting. It's close enough to Houston and major roads but off the beaten path enough to be quiet and peaceful. The park has come under new ownership in spring and promises significant improvements and updates. First to come will be repaving of roads. Current bathrooms are old and are being replaced along with a new laundry. Looking forward to our next visit in spring.
A great overnight park! Office personnel were extremely friendly and courtious. Sites were all concrete paved and level. The individual shower rooms were wonderful. Funny story- The sprinkler system throughout the park turns on in different areas at different times. Our area was about 3AM and I thought I had a leak in a water line. When I went out to investigate my legs were sprayed from the knees down. WIFI was very weak and when reported they said they had just changed providers and still had some bugs to work out. Price reflects Good Sam discount.
This was a very nice park. The office personnel were extremely helpful with directions and maps to places we wanted to visit. The bathrooms and showers were always clean, no matter the time of day. The roads and pads were all concrete paved. We visited Sea World and the Riverfront area while there. Both very enjoyable. Nightly rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This was a very nice campground. Big and rather like a parking lot but very clean. All pads were concrete and level with a strip of grass between. Bathrooms were exceptionally clean. Location was convienient to highways and stores. The campground is adjacent to and part of a large weekend flea market. Weekends get pretty crowded, but the upside is that as a registered camper you avoid the admission fee if you're into flea markets. The office personel were friendly and helpful.
A Passport America campground. A typical overnight campground. If I had one complaint it would be that there is only one bathroom and shower stall each for men and women. We used the facilities in our trailer. We'll go back. Lambert's Cafe a must for visitors.
A Passport America campground. We were drawn by the price and being on our way. Rather far off the highway and actually pretty primative. An ideal campground for those with horses wishing to ride the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail. They have a barn and outdoor stalls for horses as well as a pasture area.
A Passport America campground. This park is an in town campground and not in the best area. Once inside the security gate it is a typical private campgroung. Some of the sites are tight to get into. Half the park is paved, the rest is grass and gravel. Rather noisy being near an interstate highway, train tracks and next to a truck depot. They do offer guided bus tours from the front gate.