RV Park Reviews, they talk about the terrible noise from the roadway and trains. We've seen some of the parks and most of them have zero trees, just RV's lined up and jammed in together. Not this one!
This is a quiet park even though it's close to I-10.There is very little train noise to speak of. It has mature trees for shade, lots of shrubbery that deadens the traffic noise, and we think it's very quiet for being so close to the highway. The lots are VERY spacious and there's plenty of room between you and your neighbor. There is a horse ranch next door, and if you had horses, you can board them there and use their arena, covered stalls or take lessons or practice roping, with training from a nationally known roper, George Aros, (the fellow that owns the ranch). The only drawback to this park would be if it got very windy. There would be a mini dust storm in the park! We haven't had any problems with that since we've been here for a few days. There is a terrific little chuckwagon restaurant on the premises, with some of the best tasting steaks we've ever had! We've tried them twice now for the steak specials and each time it was delicious! They cook outdoors on a grill using pecan wood fires....m-m-m-m-m, makes my mouth water just thinking about it. Wednesday nights are spaghetti nights, and Friday night is fish night. The steak filet for 9.99, the one night they ran a special, was out of this world!
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There's some interesting stuff to see in Picacho, home of Picacho Peak and a state park...we'll tell you more tomorrow, we're heading to the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich ranch...see you then!