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  1. ROBERT & APRIL HANSON

    TRAVELED SOME LAST MONTH IN TX. WE WERE SADDEN TO SEE THE STATE OF SOME OF THE PARK, ESPECIALLY LAKE CONROE. DRAUGHT AND WHAT IT HAS DONE TO THE LAKE BUT MORE SEEING THE SHAPE OF THE PARK. ROADS WERE HORRIBLE TO TRAVEL IN A CAR MUCH LESS A 40′ RV. THE CAMP SITES ARE IN TERRIBLE SHAPE WITH POT HOLES, WASHED OUT AREAS, NO WHERE SEIMI-LEVEL.
    OUR QUESTION IS WITH ALL THE REVENUE GENERATED ON A MONTHLYY BASIS WITH THE COVE RENTALS AND LEASE LOTS, WHY THE PARK IS IN SUCH SAD SAD SHAPE? THE HOT TUB WAS DOWN BUT 2 NEW MOBILES WERE IN PLACE AND THE FINISHING TOUCHES TO THEIR DECKS AND SHIRTING WERE BEING FINISHED DURING OUR STAY. IT SEEMS THE COMPANY IS ONLY INTERESTED IN SELLING PARK MODELS AND LEASE LOTS AS TO THE GENERAL CAMPER THAT THOUSAND TRAILS STARTED WITH AND USED TO TRY TO PLEASE US. I GUESS IF YOU OWN AN RV AND JUST LIKE TO TRAVEL THE SYSTEM YOU ARE AN UNWANTED GUEST. WE HAVE BEEN MEMBERS SINCE 1980 AND HAVE SEEN LOTS OF CHANGES BUT ARE NOT HAPPY SINCE ENCORE TOOK OVER AND THE PARKS DECLINE.

    COLORADO RIVER WAS IN GOOD SHAPE A SMALLER PARK AND VERY FRIENDLY STAFF. MAYBE THE MANAGERS OF LAKE CONROE AND MEDINA LAKE NEED TO TAKE LESSONS FROM COLORADO RIVER’S MANAGER???

    BOB & APRIL HANSON

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