Thursday, December 30, 2010

Campground review - Colonial Del Rey

We really wanted to park the RV for a few weeks during Christmas and set up a tree and put up a few decorations. We also wanted a warm locale. Glad we didn't pick Florida this year. We settled on Corpus Christi, Texas, which turned out to be a decent pick. The campground we picked was Colonial Del Rey, close to Padre Island.

Nearby attractions - 8 - Fair amount of things to do in Corpus Christi and of course there are beaches and lots of water nearby.

Staff - 9 - Very kind peeps here. Everyone took a real interest in our little guys!

Natural surroundings - 6 - There are plenty of trees here, enough to block our satellite service. Close to a busy street and fire department.

Value - 7 - We paid an average of $24 a night most of it as a weekly rate. This is their busy season with lots of winter Texans.

Bathrooms - 8 - Decent and well kept up.

Roominess - 6 - When we had neighbors on both sides it felt crammed a little, but the boys still rode bikes almost everyday we were there.
Facility fun - 8 - A pool and hot tub (big plus for me), library, small playground and again lots of planned activities, mostly for the older folks. We did take part in several of their Christmas activities.

Cleanliness - 8 - Good maintenance crew.

Facility usefulness - 8 - Laundry with the best and cheapest dryers we have seen, full hook-ups, dumps, no propane but a truck comes around every day but Sunday for those needing a fill-up, several shower stations. They also let us receive packages there.

Overall - 8 - We will always remember with fondness our stay at this RV park during this Christmas season.

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