This is definitely our favorite stop in Houston. It is relatively near our family but would be worth a stay if it wasn't. All of the facilities are first class. It is near the Medical Center so it is very popular. You will need a reservation.
This winter was our first as full-timers. The Gulf Shores, AL area is a great place to winter. Bella Terra is a first class operation. The grounds are immaculate. The sites are spacious with lots of room between coaches. The clubhouse offers exercise room, sauna, massages, movie theater, area for dining and/or games and lounging. There is a large pool to enjoy. We're going to extend our stay beyond the winter. We're loving it.
This is my go to stop in the Lafayette, LA area. We've stayed 4 or 5 times. Everything you'd want in a park, except shade. Crawfish Town and Landry's restaurants are near-by and excellent. They have a two night minimum for a reservation. Will accept single nights if they have vacancies. Don't expect to find a vacancy on weekends.
Stayed here because it was very close to the Antietam\Sharpsburg Battlefield. I thought it would be a wonderful place to bring GKs or children. Lots of fun activities. Disappointed that sites are NOT level. All 700# sites slope enough that HWH leveling jacks on 42'scream NO! Excess Slope! Sites would be ok with 5th wheel or travel trailer.
We've stayed here twice. Convenient to Penn State. Satellite reception is spotty due to tree cover. There are only 3 or 4 sites that can handle a big rig. If you have a big rig, be sure to reserve. A nice park.
Stayed in big rig. Pull through site was easy. GKs enjoyed swimming pool. Mgt were friendly. Convenient to Chickaugwa NMP. We had lots of rain during our stay. Park is flat so rain water drains slowly. Definitely my favorite park in Chattanooga area.