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Find yourself somewhere else to stay! Beyond displeased with this place.$77/night for gravel parking and horrible road to get to this location. The place has potential, but I don't ever being worth what they're asking for short term stays. The kayak rentals are$25/hr and the water trikes are$45/hr.…
The previous reviewer is correct about the airport noise.
Our RV site was a back-in with plenty of room on a concrete pad with a picnic table. We were in the back row.
Our site did not have trees hanging over like a lot of sites (we have solar panels).
- The campground wifi…
Had a wonderful time. The view to drink coffee to in the morning was priceless. The mosquitoes at night were insane.
Very well-maintained and pet-friendly RV park with various amenities such as a pool, fishing pier, and dog park. Sites are very close together with little room to set up outside between RVs. Very little room to park vehicle once RV is in place and limited space to back in. Enjoyed the peaceful…
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It is a Airport near here, and they take off every 3 to 5 minutes ! If that is not enough, than you have the major Hiway next to you ! But hey, what you expect for $ 20 ? Cause that much you pay with Pasport A.erica ?... The Staf, is very friendly.
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Camped with all 5 of our little ones, great campground, staff was friendly and helpful and the store right by the park gates sells hard wood firewood for a decent price
Clean park with nice amenities. Great location. Easy beach access.
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We only did two nights here. It was windy and cold so we didn’t get to check the whole resort out. I will say all the staff are friendly and courteous. Great view of the lake from our end spot. We will be back again.
This location is absolutely awesome. Right where the Colorado River flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The fishing is awesome and the sunsets are spectacular! There isn't any shade, so I think it's best to go in the fall or spring. We had a full hookup site on the Colorado River, and it was huge…
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We stayed the month of January. It is 55 and older park during the winter months. All concrete roads and sites. The sites are level and very close to each other. We could not put our awning out all the way. Very friendly staff. The only WiFi is at the clubhouse and is slow! You can wash…
I feel I got kind of lucky to find this beautiful weather spaces spot full hookup may come by once a week to empty your tanks
• Quick and friendly check-in
.• Large parking area that is rig-friendly for check-in.
• Knowledgeable park personnel
• Nature center with interactive exhibits and gift shop
• Well maintained. Daily we saw the camp hosts working diligently, even hosing down and scrubbing bird poop from…
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This is a great camp, the worst part of this site is wifi is in the clubhouse. The camp is open year-round, however, from November it is 55 and older. The staff has courteous with us.
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Nice grounds. Stocked fishing pond. Full rv hookups. They have a dog park, playground, and a propane station on site.
Well maintained campground with friendly people clean restrooms and showers. Fishing right outside your RV. Walk to the beach or there is access to drive on the beach I would advise a 4wheel drivevehicle. I’ve been to this campground a few times.