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Rainbow Ranch Gay & Lesbian Campground

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Come see why we have been awarded the Best Weekend Get-away for 5 years running! Thank you all for your support and we look forward to seeing you at your favorite campground soon!

are required to provide all campers with a designated campsite and adequate space to enjoy their visit. Reservations require a $25.00 Deposit for a tent site, $35.00 for an RV site, $65.00 for a Small Cabin rentals, $100.00 for a Large Cabin rentals, $100.00 for the Apartment rental, and $200.00 for the House rental. The deposit will be deducted from your camping fees upon arrival.

Most event activities and amenities are FREE with the price of admission to the ranch. If an activity will be charged Admission, it will be advertised. Cabin Rentals are available!

Please feel free to call their gay friendly staff for rates and more exciting info.


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Hoping for improvments

I waited a couple weeks before submitting this to see if my attitude had changed. I requested a full hook-up site for a 40 foot Class A without any trees blocking my satellite. The only spot the campground has to fill my request was in the perms area, although the site is being used for transient guests while it's empty. I tried to get level and even with blocks (which I almost never need) I still needed about six more inches on one side (about 9 inches total), I wasn't going to do that. The utilities are located on the wrong side and trees blocked putting the awning out. The water pressure at this site was very low and sometimes smelled. The power went out twice during the week I was there. Most of the perms were friendly, the pool needed cleaning, but was to cold to get in.

Once you turn off the main road you have about three miles of very rough narrow paved road which takes you over a small bridge with metal planks to support your wheels, I wondered what would happen if one of the tires fell off the metal rails...just past that is new drainage pipe that has a sign saying 17,000 lbs per axle max...my rear axle is well over 18,000lbs. Once at the "end of the road" you turn onto the campground property, which is all white sand/gravel (VERY dusty).

While being escorted to my site my antennas hit some Christmas lights strung across the road and even though I didn't hear it, I found I had two long scrapes in the Gel-Coat paint down the drivers side from trees. Those tree branches were removed before I left, that's something a campground should be on the look-out for all the time and not have to wait till a guest says something. The manager told me he had stone coming to help level the site...so that's a start.

It appears that the regular transient sites near the office/pool area didn't have the tree branch issue, but none of them looked level, no sewers and HD satellite would never work in the trees.

The Oktober Fest Party was fun, and after being the only guest at the campground for four days, it was nice to see others for the weekend. For someone like myself that is full-time and just travels too as many gay campgrounds as I can, I found the guests during this weekend younger than in most places.

WIFI was available near the pool area only and the volleyball area looked nice. The CG is near what appeared to once be a lake and every creature in the world that flies is at this campground, as well as a lot of fire ants.

The next time I'm in Texas I intend to try the other campground to the south, and see what that is like.

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