This park is an unexpected surprise. We were looking for someplace to stay while we went on the tour of the Texas Ranger Museum. It was perfect. Good price, close to town but when you are in the park you felt surrounded by the lake. The best sites are 44-80. It is a great park to walk, fish, or ride bikes. A perfect place to stop for a night or a week.
We stay at this park a lot and I agree with all of the reviews. The park hosts are great. We are even able to have mail sent to the park and they even brought it to our site. The only complaint I have is there should be more 50 amp sites and the sites should be more level. It does get crowded on the weekends during the summer but the week days make up for it. It is a great park.
We make last minute reservations due to the fact that our planned campground was flooded due to heavy rains. The owner was very nice and very proud of his campground. It is located at the top of a hill on the edge of a lake. Although the sites were close together the owner tried to space out the RV's when it was not as crowded. We were only staying 1 night and changed it to 3. It is just down the road from Cracker Barrel and a Super Walmart was in town. Very nice laundry and pool. It was right off the highway. We'll stop by when we are in the area again.
This was a very nice park. Sites were gravel but they were level. Large oaks all over the park. The owner/park manager came out and welcomed us and helped us park. She checked with us through out our visit to make sure we were ok and to tell us about the town. Verizon cell phone and broadband card worked great. Nice laundry and pool. Very clean. Rec area for grownups and play area for kids. We will stay here again.
We found this park an unexpected oasis near Historic Downtown Wylie but not too far from the big city. There is plenty of shopping and recreation available outside of the park but when you are in the park, it feels a million miles away. The park folks are very friendly but seem to keep a good eye on the park. Since this park is a COE, we were able to camp for $9.00 per night due to being seniors. Verizon cell phone and broadband card work great. We'll come back here again.
This park is wonderful. It is small but the sites are large. All sites have a view of Lake Sam Ray Burn. We were within 15 minutes of Jasper, which has a Super Wal-Mart as well as HEB etc. We were within 30 minutes of Lufkin which had all the big stores. We use Verizon cell phones and wireless internet and we had a good strong signal at all times. We only paid $9.00 per night because we are seniors. Great park!
Nice park out of the city by the Desert Museum and Old Tucson Studios. Long, wide, gravel sites. It is a fairly new park so it is under construction in the back but it doesn't bother you at your site. We belonged to Camp Club USA so we were able to stay for $10.00 per night for 7 days. Owners were friendly. Laundry room clean. Only 6 washers and 5 dryers. Advertised WiFi but it was not available. Verizon air card worked just fine. Closest shopping 6-8 miles away but if you want to sit down for a week, it is a nice place.
This was an nice park. It is close to town so it was easy to run in and out of town. We did not use their shuttle service but it was available. The folks were nice and friendly. My only complaint was that the sites are fairly close together and not very deep. It was a little close for comfort when RV's came in to park. Laundry room was clean. 4 washers and 4 dryers. They advertise WiFi but it does not work. My Verizon air card worked just fine. Propane was on site and easy to obtain. All in all, nice park for the price in this area.
This park is very basic. Gravel and dirt roads. A few trees. Good location. 12 miles from Bisbee AZ to tour the copper mines and 12 miles to Douglas AZ for Wal-Mart. The folks who run this park are very friendly and make you feel very welcome. Laundry is very limited. OK for a short stop. Extra charge for electricity.