Wow! We were very impressed with this park and especially with the great staff! Very nice gravel sites, with concrete pads and tables right next to you with very nice shade trees everywhere! Also plenty of room for a second vehicle if needed. Some sites even had small sheds for longer stays. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi, and the sites are roomy for large rigs if needed. We only stayed overnight as we were on our way home to Colorado, however, we will definitely stay here again when visiting Las Cruces or El Paso, Texas.
We were very pleasantly surprised to find this gem of a park in Van Horn. The staff was exceptional and offered to guide you to your site if needed. The sites were very level gravel and we noticed that the staff was placing people in every other site so as not to be right next to one another. Which was very nice when they were not completely full. The cable TV and wireless internet worked very well, and we also discovered a very nice small restaurant right on the premises. We had a very good dinner from that restaurant for our overnight stay, and it was very good! We were very pleased with this park and would highly recommend it to all.
We really loved this park! The staff was excellent and very friendly, and they were always available to answer any questions you might have. They do have cable TV, but it wasn't very clear, so we put out our satellite dish. Their free Wi-Fi worked well for us. The sites are very nice gravel with grass, and they are spaced far apart to accommodate any size rig, with easy in and out access. This would be a wonderful park for any kind of rally RV'ers, and they have a terrific rec room and outdoor area for get togethers! The laundry room was spotless, with two washers and two dryers, at $1.50 per load. They also ask that you use liquid detergent if possible. This park is right on the highway and has large signage so you won't miss it. We visited friends in Austin, about an hour away, and also shopped in Marble Falls, which is about 20 minutes from the park, with very nice restaurants and nice little shops for tourists. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend this beautiful park to any and all!
This park is right on the beach, with lots of dirt and sand. There are also some palm trees. This park is old, without any of the "stack'em and pack'em" amenities, ie., pool or spa, so if you are looking to be entertained, this is not the park for you. If you are looking to be right on the water, with lots of wind and very friendly people, then you will be happy here. We stayed for a week, and it is nicely located near to everything that Corpus Christi has to offer. No cable tv hook up, so you will need to put out your satellite dish, however, the City of Corpus Christi offers free WIFI throughout the city, which was wonderful! The laundry room had old machines, but they did a good job. Very nice staff, and they offer discounted tickets to some of the museums, USS Lexington, etc. We would stay here again.
We did not stay at this park. When we pulled in around noon, there was a note on the door of the office, saying they would return in about an hour. There was also no instructions what to do if no one was there to check you in. We pulled around and parked in an empty spot to wait until the office opened up again. The office person came by our unit after about an hour, at which time we had decided that we were not going to stay. The main reason was this park is right next to a waste water treatment plant, and with the wind blowing in any direction: whew!!! We would not recommend this park.
This little park is a little out of the way off the main highway, but well worth the drive. The sites are dirt/gravel with some grass and some trees. Very nice views of the mountains. It is on a working ranch, and it was nice and quiet for our overnight stay, without all the "lights" that you experience in other parks. The front office person was very nice, and very helpful. We travel with two very spoiled cats, and they loved being able to "talk" with the cats that roamed free in this park. We would stay here again.
This park is an easy find right in town. It is right on the bus line for easy access to many things. The sites are very, very narrow of crushed rock, with some grassy areas between sites. The interior roads are asphalt. The biggest problem with the sites are they are very short and very narrow. So much so that we have a 28' fifth wheel, and had to park our truck at an angle in front of our site. They explained that some parked their vehicles in front of office. Not something that we were willing to do. The office staff was terrific, and actually put us into a different site than was originally given to us as it was just adequate for our rig. Which is not very long at all. Their laundry room was one of the best I have ever used, with 8 washers and dryers, and their pool and grounds are very well maintained. The most negative thing about the park is the high price of Wi-Fi at your site being $4.95 per day, the lack of a phone jack at your site, and the availability of only one computer for use in the office area.
We stayed here in late December, 2008 and it was not the best rv'ing experience. The park is very pretty as long as you are assigned to a site in the "non-permanent" area. We, unfortunately, were put right in the middle of their permanent residents. Paved through roads, with gravel sites. Free WIFI, which was not very reliable, no cable tv. All back-in sites, no pull throughs. Some park models available for rent also. With barking dogs, a lot of trash around their units, cars leaving at all hours for these residents were working, we did not enjoy our time at this park very much. The staff was nice, although a little rushed. Their laundry room was very nice, with the washers and dryers being $1.00 per load. It was also very windy, as this rv park is on top of a hill, and in talking with some residents and snowbirders, this is really the normal type of weather for that time of year. We would probably not be staying at this park again.
This park is an easy on/off the freeway, and we never experienced any road noise while camped there. The owners/managers are very nice and very helpful, giving their guests TV guides, and a delightful book on their park amenities. Although we had free wifi, it did not work for us after the first day. The entire park is lots of small gravel and dirt, and although the spaces are all pull-throughs, they are a little tight. The laundry room needed some updating and the dryers did a very poor job getting clothes dry. The washers and dryers are both $1.00 per load. This is a great park for an overnight stay, however, it is a little stark for anything longer. We would stay here again if overnight only.
Finally, a park that is a true resort. This park is completely concrete paved and all backin sites have concrete pads, which are huge. Their pull through sites all all grass. Their Wi-Fi is very new and not too good yet, but they do have phone hookups for dial up connections. Their cable TV is fine. There are three main roads, with plenty of turning room and getting around corners room for any size rig. The pool and spa are wonderful, and the restrooms and showers were sparkling clean and very roomy. They also have a boat ramp to the river open during the summer months. There are a few park models in the park, that can be rented. Our resort hosts were the nicest hosts we have ever encountered. They were always available for any questions and they would have your LP tank filled almost instantly. This resort has campers returning year after year and I hesitate to tell you all about this hidden gem for fear of not being able to get our own reservation for next year ourselves. If you want to visit Quartzsite, Parker, or even Laughlin Nevada: they are easy drives to each area.
We absolutely love this park! Although it is a little bit confusing getting into, it is well worth the effort. This is a wonderful little park on top of a hill overlooking the Queen Mine. It does not have a pool, or planned actives, but you sure do get to know your neighbors as everyone is out and about and saying hello to everyone else. The views are wonderful from each site, and you are parked in sort of a wagon wheel configuration, which makes it great for driving in, setting up with plenty of space between sites, and no problem getting out. The Wi-Fi is fantastic, and the cable TV had so many channels we did not even put out our satellite dish. Our camp host was Louise, and she was so nice and always available for questions and just to say hello. She had terrific information for the park and the entire Bisbee area. The laundry room consists of two washers and two dryers and the restrooms were sparkling clean. We would recommend this park to anyone and we look forward to staying here many more times.
If we could rate this park lower than 1 we would. It is really an older mobile home park with some RV spaces in the very back. Very poor gravel road. Yes there is only one, very tight spaces with no room for slide outs. Laundry room had several machines, but they were not clean. The staff was marginally friendly. They state they have cable TV. If you want 4 stations and all grainy. They state they have Wi-Fi. It does not work at sites. If you enjoy, camping with no scenery at all; train whistles every hour on the hour; being parked next to permanent RV's that leave every morning at 5am for work; and the best of all, having the department of corrections drop off their workers in your park, then this is the RV park for you. We did not stay our entire planned time, and we would never recommend or stay here again.