This is a fairly nice campground with easy access to the interstate. Our site required some leveling and I couldn't get their WiFi to work. Also some of the extended stay sites were looking a little trashy. However my biggest issue was paying $39.00 a night at the Good Sam rate and I wouldn't stay here again for that reason only.
We thought this was a really nice little RV park with easy interstate access. Everything was very neat and clean plus nice showers and laundry. Sites were level and well graveled. There was a little highway and train noise but not enough to be bothersome. I wish all our overnight stops were this nice.
We stopped here over night. This is an old, poorly maintained park with a lot of road noise from I-80. It had rained the night before and there was quite a bit of mud. It certainly was not worth the price we paid and I would not stop here again.
My wife and I are full timers. We stayed here as we had business in Bentonville and this park was conveniently located. This is a newer RV park with all paved sites and full hookups. Most require some leveling, particularly front to back. This is a real cookie cutter layout, two long rows of 30 sites each, a row of pull throughs and a row of back ins. There are a few small trees but none large enough for shade. There are no restrooms, showers or laundry. Their ad on Woodall's website says they have patios, grills, picnic tables and laundry but they have none of these. They have a golf course and pro shop plus a bar and grill serving burgers, pizza and alcohol. I cannot speak to the golf course as I am not a golfer. The RV park is certainly adequate but basic and not worth $35.00/day.
We stopped here based on the previous rating. The person rating this RV park a "10" is the same person who believes McDonald's is gourmet dining. This park looks like a junkyard. We drove through the park and just kept going. I later discovered that Trailer Life Directory's rating of this park is 5.5/4/3. The "3" is for visual appearance. I think they pretty well nailed it.
I definitely agree with the two previous reviews. This is a small well maintained RV park about 7 miles south of Marble Falls. The mailing address is actually Round Mountain, which is little more than a gas station and post office. We were going to stay for several days and move on to Fredericksburg, but after checking out the RV parks in that area we liked this one best and stayed here for a month. It is located out in the open countryside but surrounded by trees giving it a secluded and peaceful atmosphere. There are no restrooms or showers but it does have a laundromat. During our stay there was never more than two empty sites and the park was frequently full. It would be wise to call ahead before arriving. And yes, the owners are very nice and accommodating.
This park is now run by the City of Glen Rose and is in dire need of upgrading. RV sites are grass and dirt and most are not very level. The restrooms/showers were in extreme disrepair and I would not use them. The park was about 1/4 full with mostly permanent residents. Many of the residents were occupying two sites, one for their RV and another for their vehicle. They have a very large swimming pool which I suppose is a big draw in the summer (it was not open yet). I believe this park is too expensive for what they have to offer.
We spent a week at this park and it appeared to be fairly well maintained. It has all paved roads and sites which are very level and our first impression was positive. The restrooms/showers were large and private and looked nice but the shower heads were not very good and there was no place to sit except on the toilet stool. Hookups are all toward the rear of the site and the electric boxes are so tall and close to the edge of the site it was difficult to get our slide out extended and still reach the sewer connection. Although this park is above average we felt it was a bit expensive for what they provided.
We found this RV park to be well maintained with large roomy and level sites. The sites have ample crushed rock and there was no mud after a heavy rain. The showers and laundry were quite nice and we used both. The week we spent here was pleasant and we didn't notice any excessive noise. All of our neighbors were staying for a month or longer and were all very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
This park has very narrow internal roads and narrow sites with side by side hookups. It is one of the most difficult parks to get around in that I have ever experienced. With slide outs extended we were literally inches from the RV next to us. Definitely over priced for what you get.
Lovely park-like setting with lots of mature shade trees. Showers and laundry facilities are good. Limited sewer hookups but a "honey wagon" comes around weekly to drain your holding tanks. My only complaint about this park is there is not nearly enough crushed rock on the interior roads and sites. When it rains it is just one big mud hole. With a little upgrading this would be a really nice park. We camped here for a month.