Campground access was limited due to construction but no gate to worry about when returning late to the campsite. Thankfully the staff called us before we left Houston and gave detailed instructions on how to get to our campsite. Routing was through the “back door” because the street was torn up. Note that the street is supposed to reopen after the 29th of July. I called the office after arriving, and they sent a staff member out to guide us to our pull through slot. The park is older, and like others we visited in the last few years seems to have a high percentage of long term residents. The residents were reasonably friendly and their sites were for the most part neat and clean. There was plenty of shade trees, gravel sites, with concrete pad with picnic table. Cable TV and WiFi were both good, I clocked the WiFi with a 2M down and 1.5M upload speed. Had some trouble with the 30 amp breaker, so plugged in my 50 amp adapter and all was well. We only needed one plastic brick to level the rig. Location was good place for traveling to both Ft Worth and Dallas area. Our main interest being the various GoKart tracks. A couple of tollways made the travel time more than reasonable. AMC Theater and other shopping nearby so all needs were met. I never did see the office, they came to our site to deliver the map/info packet and all billing was on the same credit card. Note that the price includes a $25 Good Sam’s discount (5 nights).
A very nice campground, access to it was convenient. Email communication with the staff helped with suggestions on routing from San Antonio before leaving there. We had to drive through Houston using the 610 loop; traffic and construction never seem to end. Used this route to avoid the $10.50 toll we would have incurred towing the RV, one of the tollbooths is just before the exit we’d use. Stayed 4 nights, price reflects Good Sam discount of $22. Staff and facilities were excellent. This park like most others we've seen the last few years has quite a few long term residents, but almost all sites were neat and clean and the spaces were more than ample. The camp has an electronic card they issue to allow you to enter the park at any time. The WiFi had an upload and download speeds of 3m. Cable TV selection was good, and between the WiFi and TV, we kept our 14 year old grandson entertained when in camp. We were on the end of the park nearest to the freeway but the noise was almost non-existent, and with the A/C that had to run all night, it was no bother at all. Our slot didn't have any shade, but others nearby did.
We used this camp for an overnight stay on the way home from our summer adventure, and despite being off the main road was well worth the effort and cost savings. Strict speed limits in the park are correct for the agreeably bad road conditions, 5-10 mph is almost too fast in some places. The county road 1470 coming in is not very good either. Don't use MS-Streets and Trips to locate this camp, it'll put you in the middle of a pasture a few miles away from the camp. Take 276 to 47, south on 47 to (big TT sign here) 1470 head west and you'll be fine. We stayed in section 1, plenty of shade, gravel site, almost level, full hookup. New power stanchions at most we saw in this section. The pool was a short bike ride from the campsite and is large and well kept, no slides or diving boards, some shade on the west end. A bit strong on the chlorine, but that's to be expected these days. Bathrooms and showers were well kept and clean. The staff friendly and helpful at checkin. This is an older TT campground, but the fact that the lake still has water makes it better than some others in Texas.
This park is fine for an overnight stay and given the selections in this state, it was a good choice for time and distance for our trip. It is divided into two sections, the one on the southwest side of the road where the main office is (sign says "Sunset 2 Travel Park"), and the second across and down the same road a few hundred feet. The second section is where we stayed in a pull-thru that was quite adequate for our 32' 5er. Gravel sight with concrete pad and full hookups. While they do have Wi-Fi, it's not Internet enabled so quite useless and we could not get the cable to work from either of the two connections available. Several long term trailers, but mostly clean and neat - felt quite safe. A portion of the interstate can be seen and heard about 200 yards away, but with A/C fan running full time, it didn't keep us awake.
Price includes tax and while not cheap, some savings is realized by not having to pay for parking at Graceland next door. The Wi-Fi was almost perfect, our grandson was able to game online with his friends in San Antonio with only minor glitches. I marked the bathroom as not clean, but this was about the Men's, and they were usable, just not well kept. Security is better than any we've ever been to and big rigs should have no problem. We got a pull-thru with plenty of room to park the long wheel base 3500 MegaCab after disconnecting from the 32' 5er. As mentioned, you can walk through a back gate to take the Graceland tour which is not too pricey with the senior discount and the fact that our grandson was still 12. One note about the tour, each of the 6 different parts of the mid priced package take you through yet another gift shop. There is a Walmart about 2 miles south on Elvis Presley Blvd.
Easy access, clean park, gravel roads and sites. Nice playground for our 5 year-old grandson. Friendly staff and accommodations, no noise from I-40. Did laundry: the driers are slow and so take a few extra $'s. Would definitely stay here again.
Overnight stay, easy to find, paved roads, gravel site, plenty of room for slide, a bit tight for backing 30' TT, pull through site reserved was not available on arrival. Friendly snow birds all around. Didn't hear any noise from freeway. Would stay again.
Overnight stop, 2nd visit in two years. Easy to find and plenty of room for slide on TT. Gravel roads and sites with tall bushes between sites. Would stay again. Filled up at Westside Shell in Needles, and paid highest price for entire trip, $3.099/gal (and I needed 48 gallons for my F150)!!
Nice concrete pads, room for slide, and enough roadway to back 30' TT easily into slot. Shuttle to Disney was very convenient going to, if you don't stay too late. Also easy to return on, wouldn't walk that with 5 year old. Staff was helpful and friendly. Needed to find a repair shop since not allowed to work on TV in park. If doing Disney again, would stay here again.
Came in at 7:30 pm, self check-in with Credit Card, list of sites to choose from at checkin stand. Took awhile to find site, many streets and slots a little confusing in the dark. Grandson enjoyed playground, even with frozen water on the slides. Gravel road and slots, fairly level, close together but enough room for slide, clean but nothing to warrant the price which they have a chart for based on different hookups, number of persons in party, and pets. Going to find something cheaper for overnight stay on next trip.