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boss302

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We are hoping to stay in a RV park in southern Texas for the winter of 2020-2021. Does anyone know of some nice upscale RV parks in that region. Most concern about safety in the area being close to the border but want to get warmer weather. Thanks for your help.

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There are way too many parks in So. Texas and most of them are great parks. To provide you with the best info, narrow your request to a more specific area. Do you want to be near the Gulf, inland, near a lake, big city, shopping etc.???...Uf you just want to browse, our blog has lots of pictures and descriptions. On the right, click on 2013 and look for the area you're interested in......Dennis


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Rod and Reel. Hope to be there next winter


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boss302 wrote:

Most concern about safety in the area being close to the border
I have friends up north who tell me what horrible danger I'm in being close to the border in CA. In 17 years I've seen nothing at all that concerns me.

AFAIC it's hype and exaggeration.

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http://gulfwatersrvresorttx.com/
We've done 1 week stays the last 2 years in March. Very nice and a little pricey. And they really fill up. I tried to reserve a week in advance last year for this year and they were booked solid.
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76 degrees even as I speak. 5 miles from the border. Probably go over tomorrow and hang out for awhile.
You said UPSCALE
However I'm in a more reasonably priced Reasonably Priced resort

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If you're staying for a while and you have a pet, make sure the park isn't infested with 'goat heads'. Or fire ants.


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Spent a couple weeks here, not much you could want that they don't have. Lots to see & do in the area & far enough from town to be out of the rat race. Golf on site, and all the amenities, doubt you can find anything nicer, top of the line, gated with gate cards.

http://www.alsatianresort.com

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Nearly 400 parks in the Rio Grande Valley, Basic to deluxe. $200 - $900 a month.
Just come without reservations, book a site for a week and visit as many parks as you can and find what you like. We have spent 17 seasons in the Valley within 2 miles of the border. I would say is is much safer than many other parts of the country. Check the crime stats and compare to like size cities in your area. You will be surprised.

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ADMIRALTY IN SAN ANTONIO VERY NICE CLOSE TO TOWN SUPER NICE PEOPLE HEATED POOL MANY AMINITIES. I WAS THERE NEW YEARS AND WILL VISIT THEM AGAIN

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