I spent over two weeks here in October 2011. It was a wonderfully comfortable, affordable RV experience. Kudos to the security personnel. The were extremely helpful, maintain excellent gate security and roving patrols, especially at night. Directions on how to get there are weak. There has been some upgrades on TX 121, such as adding stoplights and not updating street signs. Turn left off 121 at the third stoplight as you go north from 190, further identified by the overpass just before it and the large stone on the left marking the Nazarene Church. Also just after you turn left there are schools just down the street on your right. We stayed in Deer Creek Park area. It is not unusual to see deer browsing in the fields. On the chance that someone from Fort Hood reads this, there are several water hook ups that are leaking underground or just at the surface. After a dry summer you can tell by the green grass growing only around the hook up. This RV area is a good value and I recommend it.
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