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Most Recent Ramirez Colonia Number 4 Camping Reviews
First to Review
Overpriced

Overpriced for what they offer. Small concrete pad that's not even aligned with the RV door. The hook ups are on the right side when the electric cable and tanks' valve is on the left so the sewer hose ended up underneath the RV. $40/night… Stayed 3 nights… waste if money.

First to Review
Very Pet Friendly. Great amenities

If you are near the border and are looking for a great place for your furry companion, Lakewood RV Resort is a great stop.  It's near South Padre Island, and the border. If you're looking for a location where you can stay and experience nice amenities though, this is great for that as well. 

Don't expect rustic or run down locations here. Full RV hookups, pools, billiards, and outdoor activities for all ages, but especially seniors. I can't recommend this place enough!

Texas Has tropics?

If you're looking for a spot to be a Winter Texan, this should be in the top of your list. With over 300 RV spots. Near South Padre Island, but nestled in the town of Harlingen, you're able to immediately see the back life, but also be in "regular, non-touristy" towns.

This camp is filled with any amenities you're looking for in a camp site. It's worth your visit!

Great park

Friendly with a cozy atmosphere. Everyone very helpful…neighbors and staff. Limited activity while there due to caution of COVID, but that was appreciated.

Our Happy Place

We love the winter weather! Close to Mexican border town. The park has a lot of activities during the winter season. Most activities end March 31.

Would stay again

We spent a week at Chimney Rock in life January. As expected the weather was great. Played golf at nearby courses. Most of the people there are Winter Texans are 55+. Very friendly. Lots of fun activities. Border patrol post on the property. Very safe. No cable and cell service spotty.

New management - good job - nice amenities

Love the two air conditioned club houses and the separate lounging library. Love the dog wash with fresh towels-all you need is your doggie’s favorite shampoo.Lots to do. Some sites are a little tight but mgr tries to get you in best spot for your needs. Very impressive. All employees and workampers are great and helpful! So great we are staying til April 1st.

great place

nice slabs, great hook ups, friendly staff

First to Review
Nice amenities, quiet for off-season

We stayed here a month in April 2019. We originally were going to stay two weeks, but we extended due to the great birding in the area. It was off-season and the park was very quiet. Many times, it felt like we had to place to ourselves. We are not 55+, but according to the office staff they are an 80/20 park so up to 20% of occupants can be less than 55. They do, however, restrict people with kids. Doesn’t hurt to call and ask if you are interested in staying. The park has many amenities, including, mail room, pool, spa, showers, laundry, pickle ball courts, horseshoe courts, and shuffleboard courts.  Many of the occupants are full-time residents or winter-only with permanent structures, but they had numerous sites available for short-time stays. Our site was nice and level and we had full hook-up. The staff was very nice and accommodated our last-minute stay and our change to a monthly visit. This was a great spot for us because we were close to many good birding spots. Estero Llano, South Padre Island, Santa Ana, Hugh Ramsey Park, and Laguna Atascosa NWR are within an hour drive. The park is also close to grocery and other stores. Nearby is everything you need. As I said, the park was quiet, but there is a train nearby that would come through in the early morning sometimes which was annoying. The park was well maintained, but there were some potholes that need to be fixed. They were doing some sewer pipe construction when we were there, so hopefully some of those roads will be patched. The price for a month stay plus electricity was reasonable. It was starting to get a bit warm while we were there, but they do have a nice breeze most of the time, so mosquitoes were not an issue. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and will stay here again.

Nice friendly medium priced RV Resort popular with 55+ Winter Texans.

Well maintained, reasonable prices, gated, small dog park, laundry rooms on site, two recreation halls, indoor heated pool, billiard hall, quiet area, level sites. Friendly residents and staff

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