This is a really nice park in a great location to travel and visit the Hill Country. The TV was OK, nice pool and activity room. There is also a very good store. The lots are adequate in size. There is entertainment in the barn that comes to the resort for a dinner and show. When I was there they had a country singer that had a few records out and people came from outside to hear him. There are trips from the resort by bus. The downside is the Park is pricey. $245 a week plus electric. I was charged $40 for one weeks electric and because I didn’t read the meter when I got there. Oh well. I have never had a electric bill over $118 a month at their .14 Kw rate. They advertise free internet and it is basically non existent. But you can buy internet from them for $7 a week. I had propane delivered while I was away and that was added to my bill but I never got the bill. I really liked the place but I felt like I got nickel and dimed at every turn.
This Park has Pro’s and Cons, but a resort it is not. The Park has very large sites and for the most part is easy in and out. The TV is the best I have found with 60 odd channels. The showers and bath rooms are modern and very clean. Laundry room is equally as nice, $2 wash $1.25 dry. There is a boat launch on lake LBJ and a few of the campers are local Texans with boats. They are presently building a 20 space boat dock that will be open to the rental public. The problem I had with the park was the price vs amenities. At $48 a day you should get more than TV. They advertise free internet. I thought I had just come from the worst internet I had ever had until I got here. There is no internet. When I brought up the non internet to the office I was told to call Tengo-internet like it was my problem. I called them for three days and gave up. They have Tengo for hardware and a different provider for the internet connection and band width. There is none. When I mentioned it to some of the seasonal campers they laughed that the internet is the campground joke. Bring your own. There is no pool. You can swim in the lake. They advertise a camp store but there is no camp store so bring enough TP. The Park is adjacent to a huge quarry which insures a good coat of dust in about three days as the prevailing winds come from the quarry. If you could wash your RV it might be bearable but there is a rule against washing your own rig. You can however hire the parks guy to wash your rig for $5/foot. He comes to your site and hooks up to your water and washes your RV. I tried to pay for water and was told no. The activity center is locked 24/7 unless there is an activity put on by the park. They do have a small card room.
Rate based on Monthly rate. If you are staying in Mission this is the best place to stay, period. WiFi was very good, cable limited but good and easy satellite location. Mostly winter Texans staying 3 months so it can be tough to get into. Book Very early. The only negative was there were only 6 lounge chairs at the pool . There are over 200 sites, hello? I highly recommend this park.
We booked 7 months in advance and got a site I could barely get my 40' RV in. There are maybe 6 sites you can drive in and out of with a motor home. All the sites are very narrow and so are the roads so getting in and out can be challenging. The site we had #111 was so narrow I couldn't put my slides out on both sides. This is a Sun Resort and that really says it all. There was dog feces along the roads. There is no place to dispose of poop bags. The place is built on a hill so the sides of many of the sites are higher or lower than the site next door.Some have drop offs in front so when you "pull through" the drive out may drop 2-3' in 8' On the positive side the WiFi was excellent. The pool was great. The staff was as helpful as could be. If you have a small 5th wheel or travel trailer this is a good park. The place was full when I was there.
This really is a trailer park for workers with travel trailers and fifth wheels. There are a few pull-throughs up front for overnighters. They have a free breakfast that is nice. No propane. Staff is helpfull. Campground is right off I-10 and there is a Freightliner one exit down so we got an oil change while we were there. Good for an overnight. There are good places to eat and shop in Beaumont.
Mostly Winter Texans (snowbirds) and full time workers, a few overnight spots. The spots are really tight for a motorhome. A few pull throughs are ok for big rigs, but mostly this is a fifth wheel TT park. Spots are small and tight. Owners are very nice. Right off I-10.
Third time here, great park. Paved roads, concrete pads good wifi and cable. Nice staff. 6 miles from Jekyll Island 10 mi. from St. Simons Island. Thanksgiving here is fantastic. Park cooks 8 turkeys and campers all bring a dish. Super place.
This is a very interesting park. The sites are under huge pine trees, the cable and wifi are adequate. The pool was empty when we were here but the baths and showers are clean and the owners are very nice. Great for a few days. Only downside 1-95 noise if you listen for it. This was my third time here and we will return.
Stayed here for three days. The sites are narrow like they forgot to allow for slides when they designed it. That said it is a small thing. The park's landscaping is manicured. The pool while not heated was warm enough to swim in the first week in April. Store is well stocked with RV supplies and the staff is very helpful and friendly. Best WiFi I have used in a while. Adaquate TV channels. Only 6-7 miles from Jekyl Island and 1/2mile off I-95.
I stayed here a year ago for an overnight and tried it again. It is a different place than it was. There are a lot of full time locals living here now. Wi-Fi was non existent and cable TV was grainy. I didn't feel safe here. I won't go back.
Very small private park, bring your own boat and launch from their launch by the fishing Pier. Hosts are first class, accommodations are excellent. Walking distance to town park. RV sites and cottages. Very relaxing place. Could use a pool. There are no public showers or bathrooms.
The good in this park is the sites are large and easy to get in and out of in any size rig. Most sites have some or a lot of privacy with vegetation between sites and a canopy of trees on the main road into the sites. Cable TV had plenty of channels and we had excellent internet. The location is great, the Atlantic is across the street and river is on the back of the property. And the Park is only 3 miles from downtown St. Augustine. The bad is the park is all sand. Sand sites and sand roads so you have sand in your rig and on it. You can’t open windows because sand comes in. It is on your shoes, it is every where. One neighbor used a leaf blower every day to blow the sand off his stuff. The speed limit is 5 MPH but no one goes 5 so every time someone drives by you get a sand cloud. There is a reason they have no photos of the campsites on their website.There are Ferrel cats running around and we found a full grown dead rat in the middle of the road.This place needs upgrading badly. $60.00 a nite is way overpriced for the condition of the park.
This is a true Motorhome Park, lots are not especially wide but they are adequate. All the sites are level concrete, Site landscaping is manicured. We were here for Thanksgiving and the owners put on Thanksgiving dinner for the whole park. Just bring a dish. They cooked 9 turkeys. It was better than our own Thanksgiving dinners. The lake is a little misleading, it is a pond but very nice. Park is 6 miles from Jekyll Island and 10 miles from St Simon Island. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We will defiantly stay here again. Right off I-95 and no noise.
Beautiful park , fantastic amusement park for kids, large spacious sites. Easy in and out for any size motorhome. Nicest KOA I have ever stayed in. Showers and baths large and clean. We will be back here again. Very reasonable price.