Check into Brookhollow RV Park and be awed by the peaceful, natural setting where RVs have exclusive rights to this picturesque domain.
The beauty of this lush, green landscape is a place to hang your hat, with the highway close by and the nearest town only moments away. Brookhollow is an oasis in a busy world where RVers see the red carpet rolled out to sites with easy pull-through access and full hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp), water, sewer, and the internet.
Internal roads and sites are paved, with fairly, level pads and spacious, grass strips between you and the next motorhome. An aura of tranquility veils this comfortable, country setting where the daily rate is $51.89 (including tax). There are no issues with road noise, and shade is provided by an abundance of leafy trees. A picnic table features on all sites, and you can use your own gas or charcoal grill.
Some folks have made this their forever home, and it’s easy to see why, with stylish, well-maintained restrooms, showers, and laundry, plus a gym and huge meeting room ideal for local events. Take a stroll along the trail that leads out from the park and steers you along the embankment that separates the Coweeman River from the camp.
What a wonderful place to bring your dog! Luckily this RV Park says a resounding yes to pets and allows one furry pal per site. Smaller breeds are welcome if you intend to stay for a long period, while Dobermans, Mastiffs, and Pit bulls are likely to be refused entry. If you have any questions about the pet policy at Brookhollow RV Park, call their friendly staff, who’ll be happy to help. Your precious pups will be required to stay on a leash, and you're expected to supply litter bags and pick up any doggy waste. The happy-hound news is that dogs get to walk the river trail any time of the day with their owner.
Staying at Brookfield RV Park is an entryway to fabulous scenery and cities where history is showcased in its attractions. Being close to a highway makes it a stopover haven for road trippers and a pawfect base camp for families on vacation. Peak times are summer and national holidays, so it pays to book in advance.