Pecan Park Campground
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We reserved our camping stay with 2 other RV's aprox 3 months before out Labor Day visit. Once we arrived we were informed that there was no charcoal cooking allowed due to a drought and fire hazard. Funny thing was that that was not the case at other campgrounds, just here. It would have been nice to have been informed that BEFORE we came seeing that we all came with food thawed for cooking outside for aprox 20 of us. When question about this they insisted they emailed us this information but had no proof of such an email and they were not very concerned about this anyway. They did offer at first to RENT us a propane grill but after much conversation with them they loaned us the grill for out stay. Very small grill for 25 people. Also, after setting up, one of the managers walking through the campsites requested that we pick up our outdoor rug we keep just outside our camper (most people do this when rv'ing) every 6 hours so grass can grow. Really? There was absolutely no grass growing anywhere at this park! Very dusty! Many other strange request during our stay and not very friendly staff except for the young lady in the office. Access to the river is very poor. Just one steep path down to the river. The river is not visible from ANY of the sites. Also, very limited tubing if you want to just tube at this location. All in all, we tried this place out because of the high rating it was given on some rv sites but was very disappointed. Won't be returning anytime soon based on the river access and the staffs attitude.
A RV Park with potential
This park has great potential it's a pity that under the current owners it'll not achieve it's potential. A family that is at logger heads with each other does have an effect on the business and on the staff, which in turn effects us the guests.
The son manager is a screamer and he screams at everybody, he does not care if you are a paying guest or a staff member. Currently the family is at odds with themselves due to a control/purchase of the park, hope the son and his wife fail in there attempt.
The new sites are bare, barren and muddy. The older sites have potential for tree branches that seem in poor shape and could come crashing down on your rig.
Bathrooms are in great shape.
Cable TV is good, but the Wi-Fi is very spotty in reception.
Sites are stone and sand and all seem to need grading even the new sites, although they are wide and long, again they have potential, sadly not the management skills to make it happen.