We stayed here for two weeks. The rates were somewhat high at $65.00 per night. The park has mostly permanent homes, some taken care of, some not! The staff does make the rounds, checking on the guest and other residences. They do have a storm shelter, which is very much a plus for the area. It was a very confusing drive to locate the park, and the signs should be updated to help their guests. The Lake they mentioned was almost totally dried up, looking more like a swam with tree trunks protruding. The other parks in this area were not inviting to our stay either. However, you can not please everyone all of the time, for sure. Plus the drive to our son's home in McKinney was quite an adventure to say the least. Then to find the park in the dark, starting at 8:00pm, resulted in a confusing drive until 4:00am to locate the correct road to the park. Thank goodness for the country sheriff to give us some directions and road name. The staff was friendly, cordial and helpful with getting us to our site.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. However, we had a problem finding the park, after gassing the rig just down the highway from the entrance. I don't recall all the goodies from our stay, ie pool, dog area, etc. but it was much closer to our son and daughter-in-laws home in McKinney. We will be staying there again this year, and based on the new management, it sounds like they have done some upgrades. Happy Camping to all... George & Lois