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Nice, large park with large RV sites and good privacy. The grounds are well kept and sites are level. Verizon signal was weak with only 1-2 bars, suitable for phone calls and text only. Over air antenna only caught 2 good clear channels, neither was a major network, so glad we had some DVD’s with…
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We stopped here with our 38’ travel trailer for an overnight on our way north. The ranger at the gate was very friendly and informed us that due to flooding and the lake being 7 feet above normal, all the trails and boat dock were closed.
We had a nice shady site, #224, in Loop G, which was easy…
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The issues we did have with this campsite, arriving after hours and someone taking our original spot is not the fault of the park. And other than those 2 things, our stay was great. Easy to get in, easy to sleep, and easy to get out! Great stopping point.
We've been residents here for three years and have been very happy. Perhaps not as many amenities, but it is a safe, secure place to stay, with a responsive, friendly staff. We are in Lafons Farm park, and it's newer, so the trees aren't real big, yet for shade, but we have cows and sheep for…
My kids are already asking when we are coming back. The owners and staff are super friendly. The water park kept my kids happy the entire weekend. Only drawback was not open past 5 pm but I understand why (they do private parties). Plenty activities for kids. They set up a movie night on the…
Gated. Level pads. Quiet. Dog park. Play ground. Wifi. Cable. Lake.
We traveled from West Texas, stayed 4 nights, had rain almost every day. The park is well laid out, small clean well maintained yards. The paved road was beginning to break up from all the rain with pot holes and new ones beginning to pop up. The pads are gravel and almost level. A few guests have…
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I can't speak highly enough about The Vineyards. It's spacious, lots of nature but a great location in the city near every amenity possible. It's very professionally run and well maintained.
We ended up changing our trip last minute and ended up in Ceder Hill. It was the closest place to Dallas and most attractive. Once we saw the spot, we fell in love with it. This is what RV life is supposed to be everywhere. And it only costs $25 a night, plus $5 per person.
What a beautiful park. Lake front, kayak rentals with a great cove to paddle around in. Walking trails galore. Nice bathrooms, with showers. Flower Mound is a lovely town with any restaurant you could imagine 7-10 miles away
A great park near our home and just right for our first trip out in our new RV. Some road noise from the highway but beautiful nature all around￼. All the campers we met were friendly. Lots of hills for good walks. Unfortunately the trails were closed because of rain. There is a big variety in…
What a beautiful spot. Reminded us of the way real campgrounds used to be. Lots of space between campers. Not a bad spot in the park . All are so close to the lake and beautiful views everywhere.
Very nice place. Quiet and clean. After hours check in was very fast and easy. Lots of trees. Good place to stay in a big city.
Great park nestled in a residential area.
The first time in my life experienced a site being available, then the site was no longer available oddly after the front desk party so my handicap.
First time I ever experienced this it was very surreal.