Hico City Park
|Last Price Paid:||$20|
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GearheadGeek would stay here again
“A nice shady city park along the Bosque river.”
Reviewed Apr 22, 2017
At the time of writing, several things about the overall entry for this park on Campendium are incorrect. It's listed as 20A power, but all the regular sites have at least 30A and several have 50A. There are some oddball sites at the ends of the pavilions and such that just have 20A and my Airstream unit has used a few of those when we have more trailers than sites but for the most part this is a full-hookups park.
The sites could be a bit better maintained... in my site and a couple of others, the gravel drive is getting overgrown with grass so it's hard to see your line while getting the trailer on the site. Really they just need to come in and top off the gravel and level some of the sites a bit. Many of the sites are pull-through, but not all.
There's actually decent wifi in the park that's included in your site fee, and all the major mobile carriers have good signal here. If you're an over-the-air TV junkie you may not like it here, at least with my amplified omnidirectional antenna I didn't pick up any stations. The heavy shade makes many sites unsuitable for satellite TV but the sites on the north edge of the park look like they have a decent view of satellites, especially if you have an antenna you can put in front of your rig instead of just on top.
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
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