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61 RV Parks near Santa Fe, Texas
May 2017 - $15.00
Nice country park.Long gravel pads with a cement patio. The park is fairly new so the shades are still growing. The owners take exceptionally good care of the park and nice easy going country folk. Will definately stay here again when in the area. - David Evans
Mar 2016 - $41.00
The word Resort does not belong in this park's name. It couldn't decide if it wanted to be a storage place or RV park. All hookups worked fine but the wifi was very slow and kept dropping. There was constant traffic in and out of the storage site and the roadway. Welfare motel occupants next door let their dogs run free and did not pick up after them. There was a small pool but it was closed and a small empty room that (I think) was supposed to be a lounge area. The garbage can in the bathroom was overflowing with used paper towels and the shower was not inviting. The campsites were level concrete pads but were close to each other with no shade trees. - Melodycthomas
May 2010 - $31.00
We stayed here for two nights while visiting friends in Galveston. While access is pretty easy off I-45, my GPS was routing me on a toll road which I chose to avoid, which was a big mistake. Traveling the locals roads was just tedious and of course, I was arriving about 3PM on a Friday afternoon. One nice aspect is there's a Shell station on the corner of I-45 & FM 517 West that was an easy-in/easy-out (at least early on a Sunday morning) for my 36' gas motorhome and toad. he park was clean, well maintained, and had what I think were good interior roads which I could navigate easily. My assigned site was a long concrete pull through. While I used my car while there, the site was long enough to allow the toad to remain hitched. The Wifi and cable TV worked well. The sites were pretty close together for my taste. Although I didn't extend my awning, it looked like it would come pretty close to the RV in the adjacent site. - Wayneey
Nov 2009 - $31.00
Good for an overnight stay: wouldn't want to be here for an extended stay as sites are very close together. Roads are quite narrow and the entry is quite challenging. Check-in lady was excellent: went through a lot of effort to get us a long enough space so we didn't have to un-hook. - GeeksRUs
Dec 2016 - $17.00
I stayed in this park for two months from the end of December to the end of February, 2017. The park is 75% long term residents. The rates shown on their website only lists monthly rates. The people are very friendly, if somewhat loud at night sometimes. Manager of park is a great person, helpful and caring. Spaces are very cramped mostly. The TT next to me had slides and as a result, I could not open my awning without it being up against (literally) the side of the TT. Has concrete strips for RV parking, conrete pad for parking next to RV and small concrete pad at back of parking spot for outdoor living. This spot is up against the utilities for the unit next door. My small Honda had 18" clearance on either side from my MH and the TT next door. Road through park is too narrow for two cars to pass. Trash is a dumpster by from entrance. It is convenient to Hwy and some local shops, lots of trees and shade, fishing spot in river bend in end of park with large grassy area. Would stay here again, but only for a couple of nights, not long tern. - lankylin
Mar 2015 - $30.00
This park is mostly full timers living in all kinds of trailers even one horse trailer with living quarters. Pads are small and some have a drop off on the sides and ends. A lot of working people living here so there is a lot of early morning traffic leaving and some just getting home from work. Water pressure good, power good, site was not level due to cracked concrete. All back in sites with a lot of extra vehicles sitting around. This is like a mobile home park but with all RV's. Children abound and some trailers have a lot of toys sitting around and under the trailers. If you cannot find anywhere else, a one night stay would be OK but be looking for a better RV park. I would not stay here again. Would be better off dry camping. - Jay O
Mar 2011 - $30.00
Great place to stay! We enjoyed the people and the park very much! We will be back. - happy campers2
Oct 2010 - $25.00
The sites have concrete pads but they are busted up a little. Kind of hard to level the RV. There was a lot of standing water and muddy behind my RV site. It was cold but I can see that if it where warmer, mosquito's would be a problem. Overall not too bad. Would stay here again. - JayOTR
Oct 2017 - $25.00
This park is mostly long term oil field workers and a few retired folks. We are retired and planed on staying here for a year. The park is fairly quiet being in a residential area and most of the guys are gone during the day. Maintenance of the park is lacking, the pool is not great, needs work and it's not open unless you can find one of the owners and get a key. They don't mow very often so the weeds get tall. All in all, if you need a place to park for work it's ok for that. The rates just went up and the quality of the park went down, so did the WiFi. You can't get your mail on time unless the office/store is open which is spotty. It's too bad, this could be a great park if they change a few things. - Auto Namus
May 2015 - $15.00
Picked this park for the pool. This park was more expensive then others in the area, but we wanted pool access. Pool is never open, when you do catch a day that the "pool key gods" will let you have the key, the pool is dirty. Their excuse for not opening is because it needs to be cleaned, then why is it still dirty the couple days out of the month it is open? Also the man that runs the place is RUDE about anything besides taking your money. He's very nice when money is exchanged. Stayed 3 months and glad to be leaving! Also had animals running loose all the time. - Jay Dauzat
Feb 2011 - $33.00
This park has been here for ten years, according to the owner. It needs some TLC. The concrete slabs are laden with gravel which could easily be swept up. The restrooms, showers and laundry room smell musty, due probably to a lack of ventilation. It's quiet here, though and easy to find. Owner is friendly. I got a 10% discount for cash. The small store's inventory is not kept up, although a few items are available. Low rating is due to the poor restrooms, etc. - Red Wolf Deux
Oct 2018 - $22.00
Nice little R.V. park. Lots of trees for shade. Staff very friendly and helpful. - Happy Camper 58
Feb 2015 - $32.00
My advice is to ignore the previous comments as they are several years old. Obviously things have changed drastically! This park is home for oil workers in the area and is absolutely awful. The sites were smaller than advertised (we had difficulty fitting a 30ft RV in the space), no amenities, and quite a lot of garbage and litter. It also was also very muddy even though it had not rained for several days. We didn't even stay. It was bad enough that we decided to go to a truck stop instead of staying even one night. - Colorado Barbara
May 2012 - $30.00
Points lost for no fire ring & picnic table at every site, but otherwise a great little park. A good share of longterm, but very friendly people. Quite the cast of characters, & not in a negative way at all. We really enjoyed our few days there. The layout is very unusual too with campsites arranged around joined cul de sacs. The whole place is neat & tidy. - Veebyes
May 2019 - $20.00
We averaged $20 / night for W/E50/S with Passport America discount ($34 without). I've read all the negative reviews about this campground. I don't share all the concerns. Is this a beautiful and picture perfect campground. No. There were some unattractive sites with permanent residents. But we needed a safe and reasonably priced campground with access to Houston and Galveston. This totally met our needs. Kind staff, level and shady site with nice spacing between sites. For $20 / night with our Passport America discount, it was a good value. - Teddi2
Nov 2016 - $10.00
This park is a short term park, using Pass Port America, and a long term park. This short term sites are nice in size and pull thru's, long term sites are very narrow and short. Full hook ups are find. The one bad thing about the park, is the dog pooh. Most of the long term residence don't pick up after their dogs. There seems to be no park rules that covers this area. The rates are OK. Long term is around $310.00 a month plus electricity.
There is a mobile home section in the park. Some are OK and some are in bad shape. The older mobile homes seem to have a lot of junk on their sites. We like this park even though there are some problems. - Joceil
Oct 2016 - $16.00
The park is mostly people who live there full-time or for extended periods but it appears they have about a dozen sites reserved for short term rentals. We stayed a week. Staff and any people we met in the park were friendly. There is a pool and a laundry room. Only complaint - no folding tables in laundry but the price was great. The area is becoming built up so if you are a runner, once you run by a half-mile of construction, you are in neighborhoods and the sidewalks are shady, safe and miles ... close proximity to stores. - BD_Mass
Feb 2009 - $35.00
Great park. Lots of work after Ike. Management is always here. Cement slabs for each side with plenty of room for two cars. Palm trees only. Its quiet and located on a bayou and close to the ocean. You can fish with a license. The road to the park is not real good. GO SLOW. Park is outside of town with access to large local highway. Monthly $475 includes power and WiFi. - mixer
Feb 2007 - $30.00
Great place to stay, can go fishing, watch / chase ducks, friendly patrons and management. Park has new managers, and they are working hard to get park up to date. Most sites have 50/30/20AMP service, local phone connections (through phone company, no park), but no cable tv. There are many channels via antenna however. WiFi access is $8 per month, no refunds on the down days. Best to have external antenna though. There is a little league baseball field next door, the bright lights during the warm months might bother you, but I liked it because I could watch the kids play with their heart, not for a paycheck. It is located on a fairly busy street, pulling out from only entrance is a bit chancy, as their is a curve from the Northbound lanes that you have to pull into (if Northbound) or across (if Southbound). Might be a problem if driving a big rig. - krbjmpr
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is a very basic park. It has the necessary facilities, but they are minimal and "get by" quality. They were supposed to have WiFi, but couldn't get it to work - saw the signals. They are supposed to have satellite cable, but we just used our antenna, so don't know if it works or not. Lots of permanents here with not much to offer vacation campers.
The staff was friendly and helpful, so if the rest of the park were that good, it would be OK.
We stayed here 4 nights only because the park we normally stay at off 61st Street in Galveston was flooded due to rains and high winds. We were gone all day and only came back to sleep at night. It seems to be a safe place to stay, and fairly quiet.
We would not stay here again unless we were in a similar situation again. I think it is overpriced for what they have to offer. - luketx
Jun 2007 - $35.00
We stayed one night, arriving about 10 p.m. No one was at the office so we checked for a 50 amp site and began to back in. A woman appeared, looked over our coach and said the rate was $35 per night. The park was not great and my husband wanted not to stay; but I said, "It's late...let's just go ahead and spend the night." We did. Next morning, as we pulled away we checked our Woodall's book and discovered the listed rate was $19! - PrettiPam