Texas Trip RV Parks

7th Ranch RV Park

This was a really nice little RV Park. The park is has 48 full service & 22 water/electricity only sites.  All the sites are pull through and are nicely graveled, full sun,  and level. The grounds are well maintained and the staff is friendly. There were only a few other guests while we were here. We did not use the facilities they offer since we just stopped for an overnight. It was very cold when we were here, down to about 20 degrees during the night! Click HERE for Images

Fort Collins / Lakeside KOA

Although a bit out of the way, this was a pleasant park. As we generally find in KOA parks, it is clean and well maintained. It was clearly early season and some spring cleaning needed to be done, but indications are that it is a family friendly typs of RV Park. It is situated on a small lake with docks and a bumper boat area. The lake appeared to be man made and had a log of algae. It appears that they try to clean the algae as we came across an area where there was a pile of algae in the trees that looked like it had come from the lake. There is a nice little trail that goes around the lake. Lots of kid friendly things like a bounce house, play yard, min golf, pickle ball, etc. The sites were pull through, 50 Amp full hookup with nice level cement pads. Fort Collins KOA.  Images HERE

Fort Amarillo RV Resort

As a stopping place on the way to San Antonio, this park was suitable. Access is easy and the sites are pull through, 50 amp full hookup with level gravel pads. I worked fine for an overnight, but did have a rather industrial feel to it and was situated on a very busy street. Not much to elaborate on here. Click HERE for Images

Medina Lake Thousand Trails.

We have found a new winner for the worst RV Park we have experienced. This park was really bad. It almost feels apocalyptic. It feels abandoned and in need of massive updates. There is no staff to speak of, in fact the entry station was not manned other than the day we arrived and one other time. The ranger station was remote and wi-fi was non existent. The park itself is run down and pretty much feels like primitive camping with the exception of the hookups. Medina Lake is confusing, it appears that there was a lake here, but right now it is like a puddle. We wondered if it is a seasonal thing? The one thing that was a plus is that there is a trail system that was fun to explore on our mountain bikes. The sites are back-in full hookup but only 30 amp. Many sites were closed for needed maintenance. Click HERE for Images

Traveler’s World RV Resort

After the Medina Lake experience we were pretty happy when we got to this one! The park is very clean and meticulously maintained. There is a groundskeeper that works full time trimming and cleaning the grounds. The amenities, which include clubhouse, pool, pickle ball  court, play area and laundry room, are all well maintained and clean.

The RV Park is situated right next to the Mission Trail about a mile from Mission San Jose. There is access to the trail right from the park. Click HERE for Images