My wife and I have been here before, January last year. The park is on a hill over looking a small lake. They do allow swimming in the summer time. The sites are paved and also the roads. We always stay at site # 19 so we can use our satellite system. We have Verizon internet and it works very well. The park has a lot of trees, so some sites you will probably have a problem finding enough open space for a satellite dish. We could not get any local channels. I could not give the park a 10 like others, because it does not have swimming pool and available wifi. We will stay again.
This park is used for our district rally each year. The park is about the same as it was in 2011 when my wife and I came for our first rally. A lot of projects started but not finished. The park is quite plain jane, although it does have full hook ups. It is not kid friendly. There are another 200 to 250 sites for mobile homes. There are a lot of oak trees throughout the park. Coushatte does offer wi fi to its long term residents, but I don't know the cost. Our camping chapter uses this park at least once a year.
This park is a 55 and older campground, used mainly for the winter by Winter Texans. The rate is $300 a month plus electric if you pay by the month, cheaper if you pay for the whole winter at once. The park has a large clubhouse, nice swimming pool, paved streets. The sites have paved patios and paved place to park your vehicle. Your RV is parked on grass. There are 40 RV sites and the other spots have park models on them. We are staying here for 2 months. We will be here again.
We were going to stay at this park, but it was raining very hard, and because the park didn't have pull-through sites we went on down the road to Rockport, Texas and found a park that was paved and had pull through sites. Beacon Park is owned by local husband and wife. The park would be good for a weekend to fish, because it is close to the water. The new part of the park has no trees and was cleared out made into a extension of the old park. We would only stay here for a day and only in the fall, winter, and spring. The summer time would be to hot.
My wife and I have been here before. We used this park as a overnight stay. The sites are paved pull-throughs. This park is a winter Texan type park that has a lot of people from the northern states and Canada. We will stay here again. The park is close to almost everything that you would need and close to the Gulf.
Safari RV park is a Passport America park, with rates for 3 days. If you stay longer you get a discounted rate off their regular rate. My wife and I have stayed at this park off and on for 8 years. The park has the same manager. Safari also offers long term camping in their RV section or mobile home section. The park's location makes it very convenient to a lot of places to explore.
This park has new ownership, new sites added, paved roads, nice sites. I have a level concrete space with nice cement patio. Good reception with my Verizon Internet, also excellent area for satellite television. My rate was based on monthly cost, plus 15 cent electric kilowatt rate. This park is mainly for long term. But they do take Passport America when space is available. I would use this park again. I am here for six weeks for a seasonal job.
This place is a membership park, and we camped here through Passport America. The park is on the small size with very little shade. All sites are pull throughs. There is a clubhouse that has washers and dryers in one area. Timber Lodge would be nice for the winter time, early spring, or late fall. The park likes to have camping groups or clubs use the park.
This is a nice park for a couple nights. We had good satellite reception. You have to be aware of sugar ants. They were in our motorhome with in 24 hours. They were going up our satellite connection to the motorhome. I had to spray everything inside and out. We would camp here again. We just have to be mindful of the ants. The sites are paved and are pretty level.
Our pull-through site was very narrow, we had only one slide out, not enough room for living room slide. The park was overpriced in our opinion. The sites were gravel. Might stay there again if the other parks in the area were full.
This park is one of my favorite stops to and from Iowa. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They take you to your site and help you park your RV. I used their showers this time and they are very clean. I also used their laundry room, and the cost was one dollar for the washer and one dollar for the dryer. My wife and I will stay here again.
This park is a small but very nice park for a short stay. The bathrooms were clean but kind of on the old side. The campground is clean and will maintain. We had a nice long pull through with easy in and easy out spot. The owners, husband and wife, were very friendly and helpful about the area. We would stay here again.
My wife and I camped in the section right along the river. All the sights along the river are paved. They are back ins, but very nice. Some shade and easy to get your satellite dish lined up. The sights come with really nice picnic tables and fire rings. Our rate was based on Golden Age discount.
This park is a old membership park that has has been there for a long time. The park has a new owner. The old club house needs to be up dated. The campground itself could used some trees. There are several permanent residents. The rate that we paid was Passport America. Our site was level and a drive through and long enough for a 45 foot motor home. We would stay again.
First time at this park. We normally stay at Airport COE Park. This park is right off highway 6. Easy off the highway to the park. The site that we used was level and was paved. The staff were very pleasant and helpful with providing information. The bathrooms were clean but we did not use them.
My wife and I have stayed at this park several times. We have always enjoyed our time there. The sites are pretty level and are big in size. Electric current is always good. The rate we paid was Passport America.
We have stayed at this park several times. We always use Passport America. The park is close to any place that you might want to visit. They have short term and long term camping. This park is a split park. Part mobile homes and part RV. Our stay was very pleasant. The sights are very spacious. We have not used their Wi-Fi because we have our own hot spot. I think you have to pay for their Wi-Fi.
This park is run by Union County not the COE. The COE leases to the county. You can do long term camping at a rate of $290.00 a month. The park is very close to the Felsenthal dam. The park actually is located in the Town of Felsenthal. They park was very clean. The back part of the park was close due to lack of campers. The park does rent out RV park models (4 of them).
This park is quite different from others. It sets in a residential area. The streets are paved as well as the camping sights. The park had a lot of rain that day, so it was hard to find a dry spot because water was running down the hill side. The park is laid out on a bluff over looking at small lake. We would camp here again.
My wife and I have been at this park 4 times. The owners are very easy to talk to, and very helpful. They always take you to your camping sight. The sights are level with cement runners. The Park is very quiet. They have a lot of long term campers, but they have their own area away from short term camping. We always have an easy time setting up our satellite dish and have very good cell phone and internet service with Verizon.
This RV park is a family run campground. The rate per night is $22.00(cash), $24.00(check). The park is a nice laid back place to camp, off this the busy highway, and therefore, no traffic noise. We have stayed at this park several times and always enjoy ourselves. This park has long term camping available, and is close to Sealy,TX, and Bellville,TX. My wife and I would recommend this park if you want quiet camping. We give the park an 8, because there is no swimming pool and no paved sights. The wi-fi is $5.00 for one day $10.00 for three days or $20.00 for a month. We have not used their wifi system because we have our own internet card, so I can't say how strong their internet signal is.
Camping here was really nice for a few days of camping. The rate we were charged was based on if you live in the county or not. The out of county rate was $32.00. The park sites are paved and pretty much level. The streets are paved also, with plenty of street lights for night time walks with your dog or cat. They have Wi-Fi, but we did not use it. Friends that we were camping with told us that the Wi-Fi was working OK. We would camp here again.
We have been here four times. The owner is very helpful, the park is very clean and quiet. We used the laundry facilities, washing ($1.25) 37 minutes, and dryer ($1.00) 45 minutes. The park has a nice swimming pool, did not use. Also you can fish in their pond. Catch and release only. Did not try their Wi-Fi, we have our own Mi-Fi through Verizon. We would recommend this park for individual camping or for group get togethers.
Very nice park, very clean. This is the only COE park that has asked for my drivers license and my GOLDEN AGE CARD this year. We have been to six so far. This our third time camping here. The park is easy to get to, and is totally paved including the sites. The bathrooms in our area are older but very clean, showers are nice and refreshing, and they have a nice bench to set on. Some COE parks don't. One thing I wish they had here for us to use are washers and dryers.
This park is nice and clean, hosts very nice. Our original sight that I had reserved on line had no trees for shade. I ask the park host if we could move to a shady sight and they said it would be OK. The park was not crowded at all due to the hot weather. All of the sights are back in's. You will need at least 40 feet of hose to reach the water. The park has 2 dump sights and 2 shower houses. The park in located on Lake Texoma not far from the Texas state line.
This is a older Army Corp Park, but clean. Electric was OK for a hot day. It was about 100 in the shade. My wife and I will camp there again if in the area. Camp Host was very friendly. You are about 10 miles from town. The city of Checotah has a super Walmart, Flying J with RV pull through lanes, also has a nice clean laundry mat. If you like Chinese food, there is a nice place for carry out. We got enough food for three meals for two people, and the price was only $11.19
When we got there our sight was in the sun. The temperature was about 103. We ask if we could have another sight with shade. They security-gate attendant said sure just drive around and pick a sight at no extra charge for switching. We found a nice shaded spot #14, it was pretty level and good for satellite dish, with nice view of the lake. There are a lot of deer in the park but no bother to the campers. Horseshoe Bend is a very quite park, nice people to talk. The park is located southeast of Rogers, Arkansas, a city of 55,000. We would stay here again.
This park used to be a private membership resort that went bankrupt. The new owner bought the park last year, there are about 80 seasonal users right now. Lake Paradise has a lot of amenities, such as, restaurant, two club houses, large swimming pool, Wi-Fi. Our camp sight was level with shade. It was over 100 degrees each day. The does need to have some TLC. But we would spend a few days there again. We have been to this park 3 times before went it was a membership park. We used Passport America for our rate. The park also accepts RPI, and Coast to Coast.
This park is very nice, but it has some aging problems. The sights are gravel and mostly level. My wife and I have been coming here for about 10 years. Acorn is a alcohol free park. I talked to the ranger today and ask him why is Iowa's Army Corp parks behind as far as upgrading come pared to others that we have camped in, such as in Texas. He told me its a slow process getting money from the government. My wife and I like this park because its close to everything we see and do in Des Moines why we are here visiting.
My wife and I have camped at Spring Lake several times and have always enjoyed our stay. This lake is great for people who like to kayak and use paddle boats. The lake is not very deep. Most of the camp sights are on the lake. This park is great for kids. If you like to go berry hunting in the spring, this park is great for that. I found about 1 pint of black raspberries yesterday. Should be better next week. Spring Lake is well run by the county, very clean, sight are mostly level. They are grass.
Great little park, very quite, great for a few days. Don't reserved on line like I did if you are going to arrive early in the week. It cost me and extra $8.50 to phone reserve. One of the parks host told me the park it is usually pretty empty during that time of the week. This is my second time camping at Wallace. Will be there in the future.
This park is good for over night. No trees, long pull through sights, which took very little to get our motorhome level. We would stay here again. There seems to be quite a few long term campers in the park. They are very quite. The park is very close to Walmart and which has a gas station. The park has good possibilities if the owners would spend a little money do some landscaping.
This state park is one of best run park we have ever been at. Very clean, well maintained. Pave streets and paved back in sights. If you enjoy digging for diamonds this is the place to be. We tried but it was to hot and will return when the weather is a little bit cooler. We were able to get satellite coverage, it took a little while to find a signal. We have Direct TV.
This is one of the best Corp parks that I have stayed in. Very clean, very spacious sites, and close to Atlanta, TX. (12 Miles), It is close to Super Walmart for groceries. I am definitely staying again when I am in the area.
This park is good for a overnight stay. We stayed on the lake, with our RV facing the the lake. The park is clean. It has some long terms campers. Our rate was a Good Sam discount price. Would stay there again.
We are here for a Good Sam mini rally. This park is a very laid back, you pay on your honor, its nice and quiet, no pool, the bath rooms are clean but not completed, there is a new washer and dryer area, Wi-Fi is OK but you have to pay for it. The park is use mainly by local camping clubs/chapters and for small RV rally's. The park has 3 small club houses and 1 large one used for rally's. There are about 200 year around residents. We have been coming to the park for 3 years with our Good Sam group.
Paid for 2 nights, $72.00, the park is very friendly with winter Texans. They do allow big dogs in the, of which several were outside their RV units and barked when the masters were away visiting. The parks cable strength is weak at times in the evening, and the parks electric was also weak. My volt meter was reading 110 during the day time with the temp at 77 degrees, and refrigerator running on gas. The laundry area is very clean with nice wash machines and dryers. The owners live on premise and are very nice. Rockport is very quite community with a lot things to do.
This is a 55+park. Very friendly. A lot of the residents are from Iowa. That's why we choose this park to stay for the winter. We are from Iowa but live in Texas now (6 years). There is no swimming pool, lots of activities each and every day, roads through out the park are paved, sights are grass. Wi-fi here is very good according to our neighbors; we have our own system. This park is close to all needs that you may have, 2 Walmarts within 15 min. drive, 2 Walgreens with in 15 min drive. Our rate was based up on monthly charge,($314.00) plus electric, daily is $28.00.
This park is a membership park, that allows non-members to camp. Our rate was for 30amp full hookups pull through site. This park is very laid back, so if you want a very quite park this is it. Two miles off the highway on paved roads, easy to get too, they do offer Coast to Coast rates. This park is under new ownership, starting to upgrade the park, there are activities in during the winter. The park is located about 16 to 18 miles north of Edinburg off highway 281. We will be back to this park.
Our rate was Good Sam plus the new $5.00 1 time discount through Good Sam. The park was clean nice friendly people, our sight was a small pull through on gravel. There were a lot of dogs, but well behaved, also there were a lot of cats that belong to the the long term residents. My wife and I have been there before and will go back again. This time we notice several campers had children, they were mostly in one area.
We camped with our camping group this month for three days, the owner, does catering for groups, his cost is $12.00 per person, great food. This RV Park is part of a century old ranch, and allows long term camping as well as short term. Very quiet, close to a Super WalMart in Sealy, TX., easy access from I-10.
My wife and I have camped here before, we have enjoyed are stays here, very quiet, rest rooms were a little dirty. They only clean them on the week ends due to budget gets. The park has always been clean at the camp sights. Our sight was a back in, with a concrete driveway, very spacious, nice picnic area with a big table. Would recommend. Our park fees were based on the Golden Age Card.
I have been here before (4 times). This R V Park is a mobile/RV Park, mostly RV, sights are gravel but level, they do have Wi-Fi, there are back in's for PASSPORT AMERICA, pull throughs for higher prices. They instructed me when I checked in to make sure my dog didn't bark all the time. There was a mobile home across the street down two spots that had a dog that barked every time when I was outside with my dog. Over all the park was pleasant and a good place for a few days to do sight seeing.
The only negative thing about getting to the park was the dirt road, 1/2 mile long, very dry and very dusty. The park it self was very clean, nice owner, more of a long term park, but OK for a one night stay. The park had a fishing pond, good electric, would use this park again.
The camp Ground Holst was very nice to talk too. The park was very quiet, nice big sites (back in's). I saw a lot of wild turkeys but not any deer. The park's roads were a little bumpy, but paved. According to the park Holst this state park area has the most camp sites of any state parks in the USA. You do have to pay a state user fee of $4.25
This park features nice back in and pull through sites, and was very quiet. The park was clean except for duck droppings in some sites. Our spot, the 50 amp worked but the 30 amp did not. Electric current was at 115 volts even with the temp being around 102 degrees.
The owner's were very friendly and very helpful about information regarding the city. The park was very clean, with new sites being constructed. They have a mini putt putt course, and nice medium size club house that can be used by camping clubs.