Was very apprehensive to make reservations at this park after reading reviews. We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived! We were expecting the worse and found that this park is very well kept with concrete level pads and paved roads. We did not see any dog feces in campground. Yes, this park sets off I-35 but noise was not a factor. There are full timers in the park, but we did not see any trashy sites. The pull in spaces are large and roomy. No, this is not a "resort" but a nice RV park. Owner was very friendly. We stayed at the park for four days without any problems. Will stay here again when in the area. If there is a train nearby, our sleep was not disrupted by it.
Stayed at this park from January 10 through March 1. Rate reflects monthly rate plus electricity. This is a friendly RV park for "Winter Texans." In a rural area out side of the congestion of the valley traffic, but close enough to enjoy all of the Valley for the winter season. Park manager is very friendly and takes very good care of park guests. Sites are level but grass, no table at sites. This is a no frills RV Park on the Arroyo Colorado. Has fishing piers and boat ramp for those that like to fish. Driving distance to Port Isabel, South Padre Island, Brownsville. Must go into San Benito, Harlingen or Rio Hondo for groceries etc.
Large campground, pull through sites, gravel, large trees. There are no riverfront sites. Manager was helpful in selecting our site due to having a 40 ft. motorhome. We stayed one night. Roads are narrow but sites are roomy.
Very nice and friendly owner, escorted us to our site. Park is clean with wide roads and wide sites, had plenty of room for 40 foot MH and slides. Gravel sites fairly level. Table and fire pit. Good park for overnight stay would stay here again.
Very nice KOA, Owners very friendly and helpful, escorted us to our site. Concrete pads with patios. Wide roads, plenty of room for 40 foot motor home with slides. Have restaurant on site with all you can eat breakfast, with excellent food.
This is a city owned park, very nice and very pretty. Only draw back is that the sites are all back ins and some are difficult. Sites are level with tables and fire rings. Staff is very friendly, however do not escort you to your sites. We used this park as our base camp while we toured the Black hills and Mt. Rushmore. Would stay here again.
Very nice KOA with friendly owners, however they did not escort us to our sites. Sites are large with concrete slabs. Good internet, wide roads. We have a 40 ft motor home and had plenty of room for slides.
Beautiful state park nestled among tall pine trees with swimming pool and golf course. We stayed here for two weeks. Some sites are not level, sites are nice and roomy, no over hanging tree branches in road ways. Roads are paved. Park hosts are very friendly. This is one of the nicer state parks we have stayed in.
Took our 4 year old grandson here and he loved it. Lots of things to do in the area, Fossil Rim Wild life area, Dinosaur World and the Tracks in the river bed at the state Park. Sites are large and all are back-ins, We have a 40 foot diesel pusher and the camp staff was very helpful in informing us which sites were large enough for us. Park sites only have 30 amp with water and no sewer. Roads were wide enough for us to travel through and there were no over hanging branches, The park does have lots of trees. Our site was level, all sites have a picnic table, grill and fire pit. Would recommend this park to any one with children or grandchildren. This park does get full on weekends so it is a must to have a reservation for the weekend. During the week is the best time to go, not as crowded and a great amount of choice of sites. Would have rated this park a 10 except for the no sewer at sites and only 30 amps
This is a state park. Sites are huge, only back ins, no sewer but park has a dump station. Camp sites are not on the river, but within hiking distance. The river area has tables, bathrooms and plenty of fishing areas. Camp sites are paved with a picnic table on slab, fire ring and a tent area for tents. Television is not available unless you have your own dish or setup. Roads are wide and paved. This is a good park just to get away and enjoy nature.
Stayed in this park for two nights while visiting family and friends in the area. This is a new park with wide roads, cement sites with patios. There are trees at the sites,but very young and small. 90% of the sites are pull-throughs and Big Rig friendly. The park is very clean. Manager/owner friendly but did not escort us to our site. This park is in San Marcus off of the highway, however noise was not a factor. Good location because it is half way between Austin and San Antonio. It also is close to the outlet mall, if you are a shopper.
Very quite resort with wide paved roads and concrete sites. No overhanging trees or branches on the roads for hazard to rig roofs. All sites have 30/50 amps are level concrete pads with tables at the site. There are no fire rings or outdoor cook pits at the sites. Cable is not available, but TV reception is good being so close to Austin,Texas; we had a good selection of channels with good reception. Buildings and grounds are very well kept and clean. Lake front is grassy and has large trees. This resort is close to town and the area attractions. Free WiFi. The manager was on site and very friendly. Most of the RV guests there @ this time were "Winter Texans" and this was there 2nd or third season at this resort. We will definitely go back to this resort in the summer and enjoy the lake, and will make this our stop when in the area.
Very pretty park with large oak trees. Sites are level, wide paved roads. Sites are very close to- gether. Manager very friendly and helpful. The park website says that park and city pool are across the road and you can walk to it. However the park and city pool are about 1/2 mile from the park, up the road. This is just a plain RV Park with nothing special to offer. Very quiet and clean.
Stayed at this KOA for two days. Well kept park, friendly mangers. Large pull through gravel sites which are very level. Wide roads. This is a very busy KOA due to its location at the junction of I 70 and 283, midway between Denver and Kansas City. It is very quiet.
Managment friendly, front of park is very pretty with large trees, back of park has numerous full-timers. Roads are paved and very narrow,sites are narrow, gravel and level. Our site was a 30 AMP(Asked for 50 Amp, but was given 30), water and sewer, cable was broken @ this site. Stayed over night, will not stay again and would not rcommend to others. This park is not well kept.
This is a very family oriented privately owned campground on Lake Leon. Lake Leon is located between Eastland,Texas and Ranger Texas. The RV sites are not paved, but very large and have huge oak trees for shade. No campfires are allowed,no tables at RV sites. This is a large campground with cabins available to rent. The cabins are 2, 3, or four bedrooms and are on the lake front. There are three lighted piers/docks to fish from. Other activities include volleyball and tennis. The management is very cooperative and friendly. Even though this is family oriented, it is a very quiet campground.
Park very clean, roads are gravel, sites are level, some shade. All sites have fire rings. Managers are friendly and very helpful. This KOA is on the South Llano river with a few river side sites. The heated pool and game room are very clean, as well as the laundry room. This park is mostly used for overnight travelers, "Winter Texans" going south for the winter or going home in the spring.