Sandy Lake RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
First timer for RV residence
My experience here at Sandy Lake RV Park has been good. However, as opinions go, mine is of less value only because I have no prior RV park experience to compare to. I can say how grateful I remain that I was able to secure this spot because the office leasing manager kept my number and called to tell me about a vacancy that had come up.
This was after 2 wks of striking out everywhere I had inquired. The grounds are very well kept and clean. The system is organized and in a great location if here for work, like myself or as a simple primary residence. If I was a camper or looking for R & R, wildlife and privacy, these grounds would be in my rear view mirror. The layout of this property is meant to maximize the number of units. There is still room for bilateral slide outs though.
This could be a good place just to spend the night if you are on the road. People who work there are very nice! But not a good place to spend vacation time! We were in a spot so small that we could barely open the slides. Had trouble pulling out because we were so boxed in. Park is mostly full-time people & mobile homes.
This park is being improved by current management. Staff is friendly. Security keeps trouble away and help get your rig parked and set up. Pool is beautiful and clean. The cleaning ladies work extra hard to keep restrooms clean and presentable. Fun activities such as Ice cream socials and potlucks. Karaoke nights are a blast. Air conditioned exercise room is awesome in the Texas heat.
If you're willing to sacrifice space for ammenities (swimming pool, pool table, table tennis, fooseball, board games, exercise equipment, Verizon Fios), then this is good for you. The ammenities listed above are available in rooms adjacent to the main office. Verizon Fios is not available for hookup to RV's.
Only stayed here the one night before I dropped off my trailer at North Dallas RV. Very crowded, cramped, and no sense of fresh air and open space. It had a pool, though. Decided to spend my time at Lewisville Lake instead.