lmsooter

Home Base: 
Livingston, Texas
Type of RV: 
2006 Alfa See Ya
52 Reviews
24 States Visited

Recent Reviews


3

Excellent Location

This is a small RV park just out of Lander, Wyoming. It is a great location for visiting the many sights in the area - Red Canyon, South Pass City ghost town, Wind River Indian Reservation casinos. Also good public trout fishing in designated areas of the Popo Agie river in Red Canyon.
Larger RVs will need to unhitch to fit into the pull thru spaces.
Cell phone and WiFi was good.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2012
Rate Paid:
 $32.00

3

Short But Interesting Visit

We were here only 2 days on the way to Yellowstone and then on to Montana but enjoyed our stay. Cheyenne is convenient to this location and has several good museums. We enjoyed the train ride out to visit one of the bison herds and probably would have enjoyed a trail ride if we were younger!!! The restaurant had good food and the service was excellent.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2012

3

Lake Alice Campground

Beautiful scenery and great fishing in Lake Maloya. You will not have cell phone or internet service here but that just gives you more time to enjoy this wonderful park.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2012
Rate Paid:
 $14.00

5

Excellent Park Out Of Town And On The River

We went to this park on November 11, 2011 to spend the winter. This is a beautiful park on the North San Gabriel River. It is well maintained with crushed rock drives and sites. The monthly rate includes Directv satellite connection with the receiver and cables provided at each site.

Date of Stay:
 November, 2011
Rate Paid:
 $30.00

5

Beautiful Area

We stayed here from September 27 through October 6th in a 40 foot motorhome. Site #10 had plenty of room for the motorhome and Jeep. This is an excellent base for visiting McDonald Observatory and Big Bend National Park as well as other attractions in the area. WiFi connection was excellent as was the cable tv (on the few times we were there to watch).

Date of Stay:
 October, 2011
Rate Paid:
 $20.00

5

Rally at Buckhorn Lake Resort

We stayed here for three days for a motorhome rally. Evening meals were catered by the park. The food and service were excellent!!! We were in a waterfront site with a beautiful view out the front. This park has many planned activities throughout the year and something is going on within the park almost every day or night.

Date of Stay:
 January, 2011

5

Revisit

This is one of our favorite parks for short trips from home.

We are preparing to start motorhoming fulltime in the near future and this park is being considered as our winter location. The only negative to this would be the lack of sewer connection.

The WiFi service has greatly improved since our last visit and seemed to be faster than our DSL at home.

Date of Stay:
 November, 2010
Rate Paid:
 $20.00

5

Inks Lake

We stayed three nights here in our motorhome. This is a very large, nice park on the Colorado River. Most sites are easy to back into although they also have several pull through sites. We had a back in site with the lake just a few steps from our door. And the showers, restrooms and park store was only a short distance away. The fishing was excellent when we were there.
WiFi was available but was "on again, off again" but I am anxious to return and try it with my new booster setup which has really improved performance in other places. We were able to receive several TV stations out of Austin with our standard rooftop attenna.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2009
Rate Paid:
 $20.00

3

Nice Stop

We spent one night here in our motorhome enroute to an FMCA convention. Locally there is not much to do but Balmorhea State Park and Davis Mountains State Park are a short drive away. Also it is a short drive to the McDonald Observatory. Although this park is located just off IH 10, we did not notice any highway noise at night. The park is nice with full hookups and level gravel pads. If you enjoy desert scenery (as we do) you will enjoy this park. The water here is fine for everything except drinking. Do not fill your tank.

Date of Stay:
 March, 2010
Rate Paid:
 $20.00

4

Caballo Lake State Park

We stayed here one night in our motorhome while returning from an FMCA convention. We stayed in the Riverside Campground which is on the Rio Grande river just below Caballo Lake Dam. It was a beautiful, well maintained campground. We would like to return here in the near future and try some of the fishing in both the lake and river. Just walking along the river was peaceful. The campground host was extremely nice and helpful.

Date of Stay:
 March, 2010
Rate Paid:
 $18.00

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