The condition of the campgrounds vary wildly. While Lynchburg isn't one of my favorites, it's close to one that is. The Gloucester Preserve (formerly Chesapeake Bay Preserve). This campground is in excellent condition and has all of the amenities you'd find at a high end private campground.
Williamsburg is also supposed to be in very good condition, though I haven't been there yet.
We us"ed" Texhoma and in short.....terrible Run down, no decent spots no matter what day you arrive, and the staff was rude. I pulled out by not paying anymore maintenance fees. We tried waiting for improvement but it got worse. Terrible from what it used to be.
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We went for a free weekend two years ago. The price was $14,000. $10,000 if you did not want the use of the cabins. The membership was for 10 years. They no longer sell lifetime memberships. They also sell zone memberships. I don't camp enough to justify the cost. We stayed in Orlando. I like the campground.
lowfly, you know the funny part of your post, and it is accurate, is that the ones that do go to Texoma, think it is great, other than the people who work there. I suspect when you get a chance to stay at a park that other people paid 14000 to join, it makes the******place look good.
Thats the only reason I can think of why people keep going there. I do, just to use the facilities.
Someone, Encore most likely has made a lot of money off the yearly site rentals and slammed the members into overflow.