We were here last year when the hurricane evicted is, so this is our return. Seemed to be an active weekend at the speedway, but it was not overbearing (though some people obviously feel differently in their reviews). Mostly peaceful. Big sites - but vary somewhat. Enough vegetation to give feeling of privacy. Pleasant staff always help make stay better.
Shower and facilities clean. Well kept park, level pads. No sewer or 50amp, but great anyways. Will return
We stopped on way back home. Great, friendly staff, very helpful. WiFi good enough to stream. Cell a bit spotty. Close enough to I10 to hear it in the background. Nicely maintained and clean but we typically prefer the more rustic state parks and COE so feel a little ‘lined up’ and a week here would make me feel claustrophobic, but glad we are extremely happy that we found this place to pull in and rest
Staff were very friendly and helpful. We stopped one night en-route from Dallas back to Tampa. Arrived in rain at sunset, but found site and back-in was easy. WiFi ok for email but not enough to stream. Had 2 bars in both Visible (Verizon) and Cricket (ATT). Want to come back, looks like a nice park.
Cell data good on Cricket & Visible. Nice park with smallish loops. Some sites are really small so do your homework. Friendly & helpful staff. Full hookup worked like a champ, minor leveling adjustments. When we spent 3 nights here we could see the planes more than hearing them, but possibly we were on inbound side of DFW due to current winds. We would repeat if on our route.
We enjoyed Christmas in this quiet park, kinda chilly and pretty deserted. As per normal for RV parks, WiFi sucks but cell signal was adequate (fairly strong with WeBoost) close proximity to shops and restaurants (loved Tia Juanitas Fish camp). Walks, bike tracks, river for kayaking all add to enjoyment.
For those who have showered in an RV, let me say that the high pressure, hot shower is great. Nicely maintained public facilities were great. Level campsites (some look a tad shorter than most) Friendly staff. We did find 7 nights a bit long, but we will be back in the future
Fantastic nature wise. Drive in is miserable. With fees, it was $30 per night with additional $6 one-off reservation fee. Few sites have septic. Elec and water fine. Had a great 5 mile walk around the park, and that was the paved roads. WiFi sucks. Cell signals in and out - I would not be doing conference calls from here. Don’t think I would come again - expensive for a state park. BTW. Laundry needs quarters, so bring plenty
Please understand. This is my personal opinion. Pads were mostly small with biggish drop off from steps to camper usable site. Not my favorite. Every COE site we have been to beats this.
Firstly. Cell coverage sucks. But would repeat. Spacious, clean sites. Lots of opportunities for biking and walking
First off. WiFi - as I need to connectivity. Miserable on Visible (Verizon) and Cricket (ATT). The WeBoost made it usable. Apart from working on cell, we managed to stream Sling over Visible. Moving on. The hostess is great. The site is quiet, clean. Full hookups so no need to use showers etc. Great walk around the park, about a one mile loop. Lovely park. $28 / nite for full hookups
Lovely and peaceful. Pulled in after dark - made backing in a bit challenging. Woke up to lovely views in tranquil surrounds. Would definitely pull in again.
$33 for one night, $22 plus reservation fees & taxes. Hard to find on gps, use directions from your reservation confirmation email. Moving on. Lovely site, this has electricity but fairly rustic apart from that. Would return.