We have been traveling across the country in our rv for 2 weeks staying in many different parks across 10 states as of today. Driving so many miles many places were closed when we arrived we could just check in I the morning. At this place we had an appointment at 8:00 am the next ironing in Austin and did not arrive back to camp until 5:30 after close again. We find a note attached to our fifth wheel saying contact the office ASAP. No phone number to contact etc... So my wife and I take our three kids to the falls for some fishing to walk back to a Texas park ranger writing a notice for no registration permit after explaining the late night arrival he proceeded to say oh we were towing your camper in 15 minutes for non payment. We explained we reserved a spot for 3 nights and had given a credit card to hold the spot. At this point my kids are freaking out because they are afraid our home away from home is going to be towed. So I get the kids in my truck so I can deal with this situation and he keeps on explaining to me how if I didn't pay my bill they would prosecute me and "I am lucky he figured out who that rig belonged to because I really would have been up a creek after $1000 tow bill because those big wreckers are expensive". This camp is $24 per night! We were planning on a 3 night stay. It cost me $130 to fill the gas tank every 200 miles so $72 is not going to break my bank. We will be cutting our stay in this park tomorrow and moving and they just lost $48 dollars that they obviously desperatley needed. It is true when they say one bad apple spoils the whole bunch. I have many law enforcement friends and this guy was a disgrace to public service and I am very respectful in saying that. We will pay our bill in the morning and say good bye to the Texas hospitality in this hole. Check it out only firing business hours 8:30 - 4:00 and but before or after those hours beware.
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