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Old 09-05-2012, 02:57 PM   #1
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Hello All,

We are looking for an RV park to stay at in the Rio Grande Valley. We would like one with lots of activities, nice sites, and reliable internet.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Barbara and Jim

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Victoria Palms Victoria Palms - South Texas RV Parks - The Valley's Premier Resort start here. Stay for a week look around and if you don't mind a premium price this is it . They have great internet wired or wireless. Now days all places in valley usually have openings. This is in Donna, Progresso the border crossing everyone goes to is about 15 miles away. South Padre is less than an hour. Right behind park is the best flea market in valley. Lots of parks something to fit everyones budget.

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My parents wintered in Mission, Texas at Bentson Grove. They were there for about 20 years. Lots of stuff to do: Indoor and outdoor pools; lots of activities: fitness, bike trips, dance clubs, card clubs, etc. They loved the way "Winter Texans" were treated by the locals.

I visited several times with my family and always felt it was a clean, safe place.
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