Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Campground review - Treetops RV Resort

We stayed the past couple of days in a Passport America RV park in Arlington, Texas called Treetops RV Park. Fun to be in a city so pumped about the Rangers going to the World Series. Definitely cheering for them over the Giants.

Cleanliness - 7 - It seemed even the sites that were monthly or yearly were tidy and well-kept.

Bathrooms - 7 - Key-coded security. Only one stall and shower per bathroom. Clean and smell like my Grandmother's house used to (comfort smell for me).

Facility fun - 3 - No playground, pool closed, typical library with Harlequin style things.

Facility usefulness - 8 - Dump station, a lots of full hook-ups, showers. They have two laundry facilities at $1 each, cheapest we have found. They also have propane for sale.

Nearby attractions - 9 - 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 - 8 - Nice - retired set. Work Campers I'm guessing.

Natural surroundings - 7 - Treetops has plenty of treetops.

Roominess 7 - Not bad, we had plenty of room for our rig and van, plus it had a picnic table. the park was very quiet.

Value - 9 - Using our Passport America card we paid $16.50 a night for two nights.

Overall - 8

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