Laundry is now available: 2 washers and 2 dryers. Has great showers! Showers and bathrooms are cleaned every 2 hours. WiFi worked fine for us, yet we were parked near the front by the lake. Sites very level with easy access. I-275 is next to the campground. A bit noisy, but it didn't interrupt our sleep. Huge casino about 4 miles away. The State Line Restaurant is right down the street. Has great home-cooked meals. The home-made jam is the best that we've ever had! We'd rate this campground higher, but we felt the the price was just a little steep.
Located on the Mississippi River. The manager is very friendly. No WiFi. The sites are very spacious and level. We rode our bikes into Winona, which is about 2 miles away. Nice park down the street. There is a boat ramp and wildlife refuge next to this campground. Has fire rings at all sites. No supplies to speak of at the office.
A clean park with very easy access. All the sites are pull through sites. We took our bikes on a great trail nearby. First 1/4 mile was a little rough, but smooth sailing after that. Close to two state parks. There's a small "oldies" cafe at north end of Lyndon, which had great food and decor. Had a pleasant, two night stay. WiFi worked great the first night, but after that, we could not access from our trailer. We went to the office where the WiFi antenna was located, and were able to access it there only. All spaces have nice grass areas.
This park is secluded and well off the main road, about 17 miles out of Grove. If you're coming from the South, your GPS may tell you to take 127 into the resort before you reach Jay. That was a bit scary for us pulling a 24' travel trailer. Anything larger may have problems or just give you white knuckles. Narrow, windy with steep and stubby hills/ravines. Just go through Jay and make a left onto 127 while heading into Grove. A much smoother ride. You will see the sign for Pine Island Resort just past a gas station (Phillips 66), about 7 miles before Grove. Pros: Clean, very friendly and accommodating staff, remote locations, wildlife, trails, fishing, and more. They are building a new welcome center to open soon. Cons: Several rental trailers sit empty at a few sites. A couple of these are rundown and should be removed. There are two sides to this resort: members and non-members. The member side sits high above and overlooks the lake. You cannot see the lake from the non-member side. Non-members do have access to all of the amenities on the members side. You can walk, ride bikes or drive over to the member side. We did enjoy our two night stay. We recommend the Har-Ber Village in Grove. There's a little cafe there called the Back Porch Cafe. Great sweet potato fries and home made coconut cream pie!
Very nice and very new! Wi-fi is working. It is free and it is very fast! Only about 30 other RV's here at this time. Picked our own spot. Very quiet and scenic. This place is a couple of miles off the main highway. No noise. The staff is very accommodating. We stayed 3 nights. Super clean restrooms and showers. Has a laundromat, fitness center, arcade and meeting area with pool tables and full kitchen. Also a swimming pool, basketball, volleyball and a nice nature trail with open dog play area.
Cute little park on the outskirts of Dumas, TX. Free space with electric was nice. Portable restrooms were clean. Near railroad tracks, but no trains that night. Did hear some in the morning. Road construction on 1st Street created a large rut in the driveway access to the park. Go slow! We scraped bottom going in. On the way out, went very slow and no scraping. Only a few other occupants were here. They had large motorhomes pulling towed vehicles and/or trailers.