It’s an absolutely sterling day out, so I had a wee stroll around the neighborhood.
On the end of the row, we have no neighbor to the right in the photo. The folks on the left are rarely there. In fact, we have only seen someone there just for an overnight on one occasion. This gives us a bit of privacy, actually, with their rig acting as a “wall” of sorts.
That’s us in almost the center of the photo with the door side facing this way.
See the pink RV? That’s a wee Winnie with a breast cancer ribbon on the back. The lady’s best friend died from breast cancer. They have no problem seeing which RV is theirs! The building on the right is restrooms, and there is a wee pool in front of it. We are just to the right and on the other side of that building and the pool. This view is from the front of the park looking back.
In almost the same spot as the above photo, now looking forward. There’s the office, laundry room, and restroom/shower suites.
Having walked past the office and on the other side of the loop, this is looking back at the spot where the previous two photos were taken. One of the many things I like about this park is the amount of grassy areas, not just from a dog owner POV, but that it’s nice to see green.
You are also looking out at Highway 6 in the above photo. The park is on the frontage road, so it’s easy to get out and about. There is traffic on Hwy 6, of course, but it’s not noisy traffic and the minimal amount we hear inside is really like “white noise” and not at all annoying. Being on the northern side of Bryan, it’s more like true highway traffic than “city” traffic.
We are in the front section of the park where there are long-term rigs on the perimeter and short-terms inside the “circle.” We are the exception to that rule, as our spot is inside that perimeter. Nice! The other section of the park is pretty much dedicated to long-term stays. It is a long, wide, straight road with back-in sites on each side. Parking spaces are lined and in front of each rig. There is a laundry and restroom building back there. Even though long-term stays, it is still very well-kept and nice. The owner/manager has been known to request to see a rig if it is older than 10 years. You won’t see any beat-up RVs with tarps on them at this place. At the very back of the park, there is a one-way gate with coded access. That’s very handy, as it takes you out so you can cross Hwy 6 if you are wanting to go south.
Okay, that’s the neighborhood tour! Have a groovy weekend!
Thanks for stopping by!