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2016 - We stopped in for just one night while traveling through Texas and things remained the same at this campground, no upgrades but just maintained. The entire area seems even more run down then it was a few years ago when we passed through then.The host was friendly and this time we actually got into the pull through sites but the way the posts are setup you are sharing so you are right next to your neighbor which we do not care for that type of setup. We paid $31.50 using our 10% Good Sam discount for a water, electric, sewer site on fairly level gravel. 2014 - The weather took a huge turn
for us and it was frigid, wet and icy so unfortunately we did not take any
photos…we were just relieved that they were able to squeeze us into a site.
We paid $27.20 using our
Escapees RV Club Membership 15% discount for an electric, water, sewer, (which
we did not hook up either due to freezing temperatures) back in site on a
fairly level gravel surface.Sites were
backed into one another but were fairly wide so it did not feel like we were on
top of one another.
This area as well is inundated
with oil workers but we felt safe and were so relieved that they were able to
find us a site since when we first walked in they said they were booked but
this site was reserved for a long termer who just had not made it in yet.
The only amenities they have
were laundry and restrooms that we did not take the time to check out at all.
We were greeted by very
accommodating hosts that helped us to our site and were just as nice as could
be.But again this alone would not be
enough of a reason for us to return again but if we were to find ourselves in the area again we would stay here.