Review Detail

3.9 28
Texas 83070
Dec 10-Dec 31 2007
Overall rating
 
3.3
Location
 
3.0
Cleanliness/Hospitality
 
3.0
Amenities/Facilities
 
4.0
Value
 
4.0
Overall Experience
 
3.0
Arrived here on December 10th. Mark and Reggi, the campground hosts helped us get situated in one of the full-hookup sites. After parking and setting up, my wife went down to the office to pay. The manager almost bit her head off when she asked if the park accepted any discounts. We thought that he may have been having a bad day but quickly found out that is his normal demeanor and not to pay attention to him. This park is just OK. There are 5 old FEMA trailers parked in some of the full-hookup sites which are an eye-sore and take up valuable spaces that could be rented to RV'ers. We learned that the trailers had been bought for a song and put here to rent to fisherman. We have been here almost 3 weeks now and have not seen anyone stay in one of them. We also were told that the formaldehyde smell in them is really bad. The wind here is very strong at times. During our stay it blew several days at above 35 MPH and on some days it got to above 50. We had to pull in our slides several times to protect the awnings and to prevent the trailer from bouncing too much. If you are planning a visit, be aware that the wind can come up here anytime and the forecast speeds for Del Rio don't apply to Lake Amistad. The older sites that don't have sewer hookups are somewhat protected but not by much. The laundry is free and very well kept. Restrooms were clean. The full-hookups sites have 50 amp service but the power does surge. Our Verizon wireless was in Extended Network mode so the USB720 air card was roaming and sloooow. Would I stay here again? Maybe, but not for an extended stay. Too windy for our taste.
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