Treetops Village RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
We decided on a spontaneous weekend vacation for July 4th. I called every park I could find from Florida to Texas. This was the only one with a spot open that weekend. So of course we jumped at the chance because let's face it, no one wants to vacation in a truck stop parking lot next to big earl and his peterbilt. The directions were a little confusing to me, only because I don't deal with norths and Souths. I prefer left, right, go 3 lights past honey's house of hair, etc. We arrived late, but made it ok. There was someone awake at 11:00pm that guided us with a flashlight. No hassles, kids loved the pool and the laundry facilities were air conditioned. This was very helpful because no one likes doing laundry or sweating while doing it. I gave them 4 stars only because it was kinda pricey. But I took what I could get that weekend!
What a pleasure!
We got a new RV and wanted to take it on a little "shakedown" close to home. They had some nice pics on their website and we gave Treetops a try.
We were more than impressed!
Very shaded .... clean ... and peaceful.
Great pool and nice mngmt.
We traveled with our dogs and kids and they treated all of them with respect.
Thank you Treetops.
RV'ers be weary of this park...it has changed management and it's BAD!!!
October Stay 4 days
Our stay for four days found the park very clean,easy access from I20 interstate and the people very helpful and friendly , I would stay there any time in the Area . all Facilities that we needed worked great .
What else can you say but wow
we came up from Houston for the weekend and wanted a place close to six flags. When we got here it was after hours and raining but the nicest guy on a golf cart escorted us right to the space. The park is clean, we upgraded to a presidential space which if you plan on spending any time outside is so worth it. We travel this way often and will be regulars here
Awesome retreat atmospher
A jewel of a campground right in the heart of shopping, restaurants, you name it. A quiet place. The staff are great. They do allow pets. My husband & I are full-timers, we stayed here for 3 months. We highly recommend this park and if we ever get back this way will certainly stay here again.
Needs better management
Was expecting to be able to get a discount but they did not have sites for discount client. But were very willing to give us full fared sites.
They should not advertise discounts and then do a switch on people.
Tree covered lots with easy access in and out. Lots of restaurants close
Krispy Kreme nearby!!
We stayed the past couple of days in a Passport America RV park in Arlington, Texas called Treetops RV Park in the fall of 2010. Fun to be in a city so pumped about the Rangers going to the World Series.
It seemed even the sites that were monthly or yearly were tidy and well-kept. The bathrooms were Key-coded security. Only one stall and shower per bathroom. Clean and smell like my Grandmother's house used to (comfort smell for me). No playground, pool closed during the offseason, typical library with Harlequin style things.
Of course they have a dump station, lots of full hook-ups, showers. They have two laundry facilities at $1 each, cheaper price from what we have found. They also have propane for sale.
Arlington is a part of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, but it has quite a few activities on it's own including The Cowboys, Rangers and Six Flags. We found a Krispy Kreme less than a mile away, so this was a big bonus for us!!
Staff was Nice - retired set. Work Campers I'm guessing. Treetops has plenty of treetops. We had plenty of room for our rig and van, plus it had a picnic table. the park was very quiet. Using our Passport America card we paid $16.50 a night for two nights.