5 Star RV Park
10929 County Road 35
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Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 25
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 25
About: The park was built in 2004 in rolling countryside just north of downtown Tyler, and just south of the main I20 freeway. With 25 RV pads on 20 acres of land, so there’s plenty of room here. The park was built for big rigs, our 12 pull-throughs are 75’ feet long by 30’ wide, and the 13 back-ins are 65 feet long by 30’ wide, so you are less crowded than in many local parks.
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
From the I20: From the I-20 exit 560 go south 2.3 miles. If you're arriving in the dark, please note that no matter if you are coming from the east or the west, you MUST turn right at the first 'T' junction immediately you exit the I-20 to get to Lavender Road. Actually you do the same thing in the daylight too, it's just that you can see better where to go in daylight. You then head south, which is a right turn if you were coming from the west, and a left turn if you were coming from the east. Again, for those arriving in daylight, you will see a white water tower at the top of an incline, we're directly opposite. Look for flags on your right opposite rodeo arena.
From the north Loop 323 round Tyler: If you are coming from the east, cross the FM14 traffic lights and look for Adams Furniture on your right. Lavender Road (or CR 35, it's the same thing) is at the top of the incline, on your right immediately after Adams'. It NOT well signposted - there's a tiny sign you would need a telescope to read at 100 yards. It's about 0.6 miles from the FM 14 traffic lights to Lavender Road. If you see a sign for Broadway pointing left, you've gone too far, turn back and try again.
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