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2 RV Parks near Laredo, Texas
Nov 2018 - $18.00
Date of stay: Nov. 1-11, 2018 Access to the park entrance is tricky because you have to be traveling NB/WB to be able to pull into the park entrance due to the highway configuration. Other than that, the roads and sites are fine for rigs of all sizes. Although we are not the pickiest when it comes to what we deem acceptable, we had been spoiled up until now with the quality of Texas State Parks. The park was less well-kept than the others. There are some hiking trails, some of which, however, were very overgrown and with the possibility of snakes, not really our cup of tea. This park is mostly used by local fisher people, and if you're not into that, there isn't very much to do here. Swimming is permitted, and the rangers said there was no problem with the safety of the water, but it didn't look very appealing for a swim. I did get out on my kayak once, though the wind was a challenge. There is plenty of roadway in the park for a decent bike ride. Being Texas in late fall, there were plenty of birds to see including green jays, caracara, and kiskadee. There are black witch moths, which are huge and interesting to see. We also saw deer, javelina, and a huge king snake. We joined the ranger one evening for a guided nature walk, which was very informative, and she did a good job of generating interest in the park. Shopping is convenient, phone (Verizon 4GLTE 4-5 bars) was strong, and the park's showers had plenty of hot water. We have the yearly Texas park pass to eliminate an extra per-day charge of $7 per person. While this is not a park we would actively seek to stay at again, it was quiet, and the price was right, and it was a good place to relax and get caught up on a few things. - Chasing Dirt
Sep 2018 - $21.00
Campground is 1.5 miles from the entrance station. There is a dumpster for about every 10 campsites but many chooses not to use them for small items like bottles, bottle caps and soda cans. Lots of little trash everywhere: in the sites and along the roads. That being said, the setting is pretty. Getting into the park is tricky with access only going north on the highway. If you are coming from the south you need to pass by and come back from the next intersection. Leaving has the same issue as you can only exit to the north. Registering for a site on line does not allow you to select a full hookup site but when you arrive, you can see if a full hookup site is available. Some sites have a lake view. Covered picnic table on concrete pad, grill and lantern post. Verizon signal was strong. OTA TV picked up quite a few channels, many in Spanish. Can be a bit of a hike to restroom from some sites. Interior roads are asphalt as are the sites. Quiet at night. - Bobco
Mar 2018 - $21.00
This is a beautiful park where we have stayed before. But, Site 111 was the dirtiest site we have ever encountered in our seven years camping in a rig. I was obviously not cleaned since the last several campers were here. I hope to talk with the camp management tomorrow and make them aware of the situation. Bicycling is great here with lots to see and lots of birds along the lake. There is some great hiking also... - Red Wolf Deux
Mar 2018 - $35.00
There are limited options in the Laredo area (two) and this is about 15 miles north of town. It's acceptable for an over night, but nothing to do that would justify staying longer. Most of the park seems to be long-term residents, but it is tidy and well kept. - ldukeb
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We discovered Vaquero Village while Googling other places to drop anchor. Vaquero Village is about 20 miles north of Laredo on I-35 Exit 18. At Exit 18 also is a very nice TXTDOT Information & Visitor Center. The RV park is on US-83 about 2.4 miles west from the TXTDOT Info. Center. Large sign on US-83 easy to turn southwest onto their entrance drive which was gravel and somewhat bumpy. The office is straight ahead about 1/4 mile. The park office has a sign which also serves and their laundry mat/restroom building. All of the RV sites are LARGE concrete pads. 50/30/20 electric at all the pedestals. Drinking water tasted good and they have sewer at all of the sites. Sites nicely spaced apart from one another. Concrete site not long enough for a 45' coach - front tires had to be on gravel/dirt. OTA TV was 3 channels. We arrived on a hot South Texas April day with temps reaching 100 degrees and with all 4 roof A/C's going full tilt, the line voltage did not drop. That's good. Each electrical box also has your own campsite yard light attached. Sewer connection right next to water. 2 water spigots at every site. The owner is a very nice laid-back courteous gentleman who escorted our coach to our site. He said "Whenever you get all set-up and are ready to register, just ring the bell at the office". That's good service! We could hear a wee bit of highway traffic, but not enough to bother us. - TravelnSteve