This is a nice quiet location with walking trails along the Provo River. There are a lot of trees in the park which is very nice. This place is hardly perfect though. Many of the sites flood in a rainstorm and do not dry out. We had to put concrete blocks from the door of the RV just to avoid going through 4" of water. The RV was completely surrounded by water. You could get to your car with the blocks, but could not access anything in the RV. The management seems completely unconcerned about this problem when you talk to them and makes no effort to put more stone down to raise the sites. This is a major problem and should be addressed at the park. To have your RV standing in this much water is very annoying and I expect some rust problems with the RV after we leave Lakeside behind. The next site over, which is close to us, has a dog that barks and wines all day. There was no response from the generally unfriendly staff at this campground regarding this problem. This park has excellent Wi-Fi, the best we have found anywhere. Overall, this a pretty park in a nice location, but the water problem is definitely something to be concerned about. Just make sure you find a relatively dry site unless you enjoy wading in 4" of water. Forget trying to access any of the hatches on your RV with the surrounding water. One of the questions above is do they have waterfront sites, we are certainly in one. There is a State Park right on Lake Utah just down the road, which might be a better option for a longer stay.
This is a clean, nice, somewhat cramped RV park. The units are placed too close together. There are two swimming pools and a large clean hot tub. The RV park is in a rural setting and about 4 miles from Port Aransas which is beautiful The one thing that really makes this park a great long term place to stay is that it is with walking distance of the beach and that makes the place right if you like the beach. I have a dog and the solid beach that doubles as a road is a great place to jog-15 mph please.
This is a clean, cramped RV park. It is OK for a short term stay. The sites are small and you have little room to spread out. If you have a pet, you will deal with the nasty prickers that are in the grass almost everywhere. One bad thing about the park is the constant sound of what seems to be a diesel generator, 24/7 from the lot next door. You may have to close your window just to tone it down. It is a little like water torture. We had planned to stay for the winter, but the humming from the noise and the semi-city location was not what we wanted. The road in front of the RV is fairly busy and a little rough to get in and out of the park. The worst thing about this park is that it is located next to a cell tower. For a short term stay this would be OK, but for long term, the EMF radiation is probably not healthy. Doing a search on antennasearch.com, you will see that this entire area is a hot bed for towers. There are 50 of them close to the park, with the cell tower less than 50' from the park. This is not a healthy area and certainly not a vacation destination. This park is close to good shopping and is a light city area. I don't agree that this should be listed in bestparksinamerica.com, but that is a good selling feature for the owners.