Broke Mill RV Park
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You can see Mexico from here!
We decided to leave the San Antonio area via a different route - along Hwy 90 going west. Our first stop was in the small town of Del Rio, Texas. Only about 4 hours from where we were in Gonzales, Texas, it was an easy drive down a nice highway.
The RV park is located a couple miles out of town, which was bustling on a Friday afternoon. It was nice to be outside the bustle. The Park is large and obviously well maintained. The park is situated just off the highway, although noise was minimal.
The nightly area is set up with plenty of pull-throughs. The utilities are smartly situated, and the sites are plenty large enough for a 40' and 4-door Jeep without unhooking. However, we unhooked and explored the small border town a little.
The utilities tested out solid, although water pressure was a little low. The streets and sites are a compacted gravel with nice grass in between. Our dog picked up some stickers in his paws, but he loved the nice grass.
Internet supplied by Tengo, and each overnight guest is supplied with a coupon for 1 day of service. While this is sufficient for some, the well-connected technomad will have a difficult time staying connected with multiple appliances, as this coupon is good for a single MAC address (single computer). Verizon EVDO is 1X, which means s.l.o.w. Verizon phones show up as "Extended Network". You can see Mexico just a few miles away, and one should be aware that they are not roaming on a tower in Mexico.
There is a steak house close by, which was very good. The pool, bath house, exercise room, staff, and facilities were all very nice. I would recommend this park to anyone passing through. Because of technology limitations, I would have to work some things out to stay longer than a few days or a week.