- Scott CI recently moved here at the beginning of June, and it's like a hidden gem. The people that run the place are friendly, the tenants all seem nice everyone that I have seen says hi. The price is reasonable. It's close to Dallas and major highways. I used to live in the area, so I am already familiar with the best option to shop for groceries, and it's an easy drive to places for shopping (Cedar Hill Shopping Village, Costco, WinCo, Lowe's, Target, restaurants, etc.)
M78agikI lived at Good Luck RV park for almost 5 years. Kim and Phylis are 2 of the nicest people and are always willing to help and go above and beyond to provide a good customer experience. I regretted having to leave the park and only left because I moved to another city. I would have taken this park with me if I could.
- Martha EI came to Good Luck in July and at first I was a little apprehensive because of the are it in but once I moved in we fell in love with it and had no regrets. The place is a safe haven once you enter the park you leave behind the loud and unattractive neighborhood because this place welcomes you with its lovely mature trees and friendly neighbors. Phylis and Kim were very professional and friendly and helpful. My husband, 2 young kids and elderly mom and myself lived here for six months and we walked, rode bikes and we felt quite safe, we left kids bikes, tool box and propane tanks outside and never had any issues with stuff missing. I walked my dogs late at night and the place was safe and I saw other ladies walk their dogs too. I loved it here and I definitely recommend this place.