June 5, 2022 - reviewed by Traveling Texans
We stopped here for an overnight driving thru Texas. The layout is great and the site are level, but there is zero shade as the trees are young and short. There was no Wi-Fi available which is odd in this day and age, but we have a jet pack if needed. We planned on going swimming with our kids once the 100 degree weather began to break so we went to dinner first. We got back around 7:00 and learned the the pools closed at 6:00 every night. You don’t do that in Texas!! The next morning there were alive and dead June bugs everywhere. They were in the bathrooms, the showers, the washer and dryers (we found June bugs as we folded our clothes). The bathrooms were not cleaned and were fairly dirty with dead bugs and spiderwebs everywhere.
The place has a lot of potential, but the lack of attention to the details really took away from the overall appeal of the place. You have Wi-Fi for guests, you must have clean bathrooms, and you certainly NEVER close a pool at 6pm in the summer.
May 24, 2021 - reviewed by Kaybird
Couldn’t Ask For More
I can’t think of a campground that I’ve been to that had anymore to offer than Coyote Ranch. I mean 3 pools, mini golf, farm animals, water park—just endless stuff for kids to do. General store is loaded with everything you need and all the things you don’t as well haha. We were just passing through on our way west and just stayed the night but you could easily spend more time here. Our site was a pull thru and we did laundry in one of the multiple laundry facilities which was great. They even have golf carts you can rent since the resort is quite large. Would definitely stay here again!
May 8, 2021 - reviewed by GMG
Great stopover or a nice place to stay for a few nights. Large sites and pull-throughs. I’ll stay here again.
August 14, 2019 - reviewed by Damjanovic's
This was our second time coming and staying for a few nights, it is spendy, however it is easy to access, wide and long spots. A lot to do, 3 pools, a splash pad, petting zoo, mini golf, playgrounds, paintball, a maze, a general store, a fishing pond, and much more! Bathrooms are big and clean. Very well kept place and they have lots of cabins for rent as well. My only negative is the entry pad to get in the gate is a little tricky on its location. And there needs to be better signs when leaving on which way to get on the highway going east, we had to drive back into town and turn around, it was tricky. We would stay again for sure!!!
February 17, 2019 - reviewed by Jack $ Jen
We spent 13 weeks and was very satisfied. Wide sites. Good WiFi. Big area for walking, bike riding, and pleasant walks around the tank. Safe, gated area. Would definitely stay again.
February 15, 2019 - reviewed by Gnet
Great staff ,great park. Loved the little light towers by each RV slab. It acted as a light and hook up tower. Great night stay for the price.
September 2, 2017 - reviewed by Randy9
Read the reviews but none mentioned the main parks theme which is Yogi Bear and Jelly Stone Park. Tons of stuff for the kids to do at reasonsble prices. My grand kids went on hay rides, played laser tag, went through the maze, bounced on big air pillows, played put put, splash park, took pictures with Boo Boo and Yogi Bear. Tomorrow they will go swiming and fishing in the park pond. Bring your own golf cart must have insurance or rent thiers
February 9, 2017 - reviewed by Emily
Very Nice Resort
We stayed here in a travel trailer in the off season (Feb) so basically had the place to ourselves. The sites were very nice, nice large concrete slab, but the nicest part was the bathrooms/showers! They were private and so clean! My husband opted to take all his showers there instead of in our TT. Only downfall, but not a big issue for us since it wasn't hot, was that there is no shade anywhere. I couldn't imagine staying there in the summers. Overall, a great stay though. Lots for kids to do!
January 27, 2017 - reviewed by Crystal Olivo
Great place. The staff is friendly and helpful. The RV park is very clean.
September 1, 2016 - reviewed by Blake
We stayed 3 nights at $60 a night. My main complaint would be the wifi was not working, but I was offered no adjustment to my bill. On the positive side, my daughter lover the splash pad and pools. It is open and spacious. I'd also like to mention that every stag member I dealt with was polite and helpful.
August 30, 2016 - reviewed by Denise
Hotter N Hell Weekend
Well spaced out site to accommodate slides. Trash pick up at curb very nice. Great laundry facilities. No trees. Very much rolling cattle land. Do agree with previous comments about needing to stock the camp store better and slow wi fi and cable. I do think it's a bit over priced. However it was a nice place with friendly staff.
We stayed in a 33ft 5th wheel with 3 slides during the Hotter n Hell weekend.
July 8, 2016 - reviewed by Richard
Well laid out campground. Easy pull throughs. Good hookups for 30/50, water, sewer, and cable. Cable had noisy picture, WiFi pretty much unusable. Office needs to stock Rv supplies. On the whole a good place though.
June 25, 2016 - reviewed by Hernan and Carlina
Beautiful place. Well kept and family friendly. Great location for star gazing and my son enjoyed his time around the campfire.
June 23, 2016 - reviewed by Jen
Nice clean park and great people but over priced for the amenities. Wifi out of order for a week and cable was not watchable. We can stay two nights at a park rated as well or better for half the price and everything works.
August 15, 2015 - reviewed by Weather Ford
Clean, friendly, updated, secure entrance, concrete pads, no trees, cabins, full hookups, nice place!!! Place for kids to play, maze, well run!!