|Texas RV Park office. During our 3-night stay, we never found the office open.|
The majority of the residents at the park appear to be long-term, and several seem to be very long term. These guests have the best sites, of course.
|Except for a few sites near the office, most sites are like this -- no shade and no personality.|
We were assigned to site C, an uneven site with absolutely no shade. I had to use 2 boards to level my trailer. The picnic table was placed against a fence; it was old with peeling paint. Weeds and grass had not been trimmed in weeks. Considering that this country gets little rain, it may have been months since the weeds and grass had received any attention.
|Our site, site C. The site is long enough to accommodate the longest rigs, but it is not level and there is absolutely no shade.|
|Peeling picnic table and overgrown grass and weeds at our site.|
|This is how I found the "secure" laundry room when I went around the park taking pictures. I do not believe the door is capable of being locked, though residents are provided a code and there is a lock in place.|
|Door to the men's restroom. Notice the sign instructs how to use the lock pad; unfortunately, there is no lock pad in place.|
Cable TV and WiFi are provided to guests. Although there were plenty of channels and the Internet signal was strong, both failed several times during our stay, sometimes staying off for an hour or more at a time.
And all of this is available for a mere daily fee of $37.50. I guess you can charge high prices for bad facilities when there is little competition in the area.