This is a beautiful park; one of the nicest we have stayed at. The work camper staff are friendly. The sites are large and there is plenty of space between sites. The Wi-Fi worked great. The roads are wide and easy to maneuver. There are walking/biking trails and fishing. With-in 2 miles of the park there is shopping and restaurants. The weather was fantastic. We stayed a month and will stay again the next time we come through the Dallas area.
We stayed here for 3 nights and did day trips. The club house and grounds are kept up. The check in staff fast and courtesy. The roads are good. The sites are narrow. There is an additional charge for Wi-Fi.
This park is old and run down with about 75% of the park being Long Term Residents. We saw the police several times in the park. The manager is there one day a week for about 4 hours. They do not spend any money maintaining this park. The Wi-Fi did not work. The Laundry room and Bathrooms are dirty. The hook-ups are very old and worn. The sites are very narrow. Tight park to move around in.
Also, use caution as there are a lot of young children running around unsupervised.
We have stayed at this park several times and it is always the same - Wonderful Park. Friendly helpful Staff. Sites are very nice and clean. Great dog run. Paved walking path around outside of park. Quite. Close to many historical sites.
Let me start with the Positives: All hook-ups worked. Cosmetically nice. Outside Staff very friendly. Negatives: Sites very narrow - all back in. Manager rude and high strung. Railroad - noise. No Bistro as stated on Website. Every Expensive Additional notes: You must exit on Cochrane and turn Right to get to the Park. If you take the Bailey Exit you will need to make a U-Turn (not in a 43 foot RV towing!) Unfortunately you have very little choices in the Bay Area for RV Parks.