|Weekly||$125.00 - $125.00|
Quite a rustic setting, no Wi-Fi at our site and no T-Mobile Service. The sites were more like dirt with some grass. No real attempt to put gravel down or improve the site much. Full hook-ups were fine and I could get satellite reception. The staff was good, but I only had minimal interaction since I checked in late. They only recycle aluminum cans obviously for the return money. I was happy to give them any and all cans to help improve this park. I did use their Smartweigh service to weigh my rig. The weigh master was very helpful and knowledgeable. I would not stay here again unless or until they add Wi-Fi. I know they want to keep costs down, but Wi-Fi is a basic need these days.
Home of Escapees RV Club. Very nice RV park. Many live there, many stay for a month or more. We extended our brief stay just to relax from some long drives and enjoy the hospitality of the place. Grounds are between well maintained and immaculate. Also, there’s a Care Center for those who have slowed down their travels. It’s an independent-living retirement setting and you bring our own room/home, your rv. Meals are provided and some help with cleaning and laundry. Way ahead of their time, this park has been doing this for years.
If you like to have privacy and a beautiful view this is NOT the park for you. For just a few dollars more you can have a lakeside FHU site about 7 miles out of town. Our site at Rainbow's End had the utilities in the middle so that we stepped out of our door just about one yard from our neighbor's site. When he sat in his RV watching TV it seemed as if our neighbor was looking right into our RV. We felt like we had to keep our shades down for privacy. There was no room to sit under our awning or enjoy being outdoors unless we wanted to sit at our picnic table behind our rig. We had been placed in the overflow area which is not well kept. There is very little gravel on the site which was mostly clay, dirt and a little bit of grass. There is an ant problem. The mail truck sat near the headquarters building and idled about 5 hours a day. The trash truck would come by about 7 AM banging a nearby dumpster very loudly. It seemed that the activities in the community center and club house were geared toward senior citizens aged 80+ who had been full-time RVers for many years and then settled down here. I give this RV park 1 star because the staff is very friendly, but I would never stay here again even if I were to attend the Escapee Boot Camp.
Located about 6 minutes south of Livingston, TX, on Hwy 146, Rainbow’s End is a peaceful park among the piney woods of East Texas.