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Old 11-10-2009, 11:47 AM   #1
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Rayford Crossing RV Spring TX

The weather has been great here in the Houston TX area for the past week and looks like it will continue through the weekend. So we packed up the Airstream last Tuesday and drove about an hour from our home on the SW side of Houston and are Staying at Rayford Crossing RV in Spring just off of I-45 less than a mile from the Woodlands. What a great RV park. Surrounded by heavy woods you would think you are miles away from a major metropolitan area. The layout is great with spacious pull through sites so you don't feel like you are parked inches a way from other rigs like I see in so many other RV parks. Great pool and club house area with some of the cleanest rest room showers I have seen. A lot of fine looking big coaches here makes my 31' sovereign look tiny. As usual I win the price as the oldest RV in the park with my 1976 Airstream. Unfortunately there is not another Airstream in sight.

Mark this one down if you are ever in the area, you would have to look long and far to find one as nice as this.

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Rayford Crossing | Luxury RV Park and Resort | The Woodlands/Spring, TX | Houston Texas area

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Old 11-14-2009, 08:10 PM   #2
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We were there last month with the THCU and in our opinion it is truly a A Five Star Facility. And, it was not overly expensive. Glad you discovered it.

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Old 11-14-2009, 11:02 PM   #3
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While I haven't been to the park, that is a beautiful area with all of the trees - if you can get away from the heavy development. Not normally a place I would go in the summer due to the heat/humidity.
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Old 11-16-2009, 08:51 AM   #4
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Rayford Crossing is a regular stop for our Unit (Texas Coastal Plains Unit #155). We have at least one rally per year there. It's a great R.V. Park
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