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Rosewood Village RV Park is found in between Plantersville and Magnolia, Texas, which is also close to Lake Conroe and Houston, Texas. There are 52 RV spaces available to the public, some of which are available for short-term stays while others can be reserved for a more extended period of time. Every site available has access to full hookups, Wi-Fi, and an on-site laundry room. The property often has activities organized throughout the week such as Bingo night and a game night. The establishment is pet friendly and allows each site to have up to two pets, as long as they do not cause any trouble, and their owners clean up after them. One of the more significant draws to the area is the Texas Renaissance Festival, which takes near the end of the year.
Rosewood Village RV Park has a total of 52 RV spaces that are available for reservation year-round. According to the manager, about half of them are available for temporary stays, and the other half are available for long-term reservations. Each site has water, sewage, and 35 and 50 AMP electrical hookups. Several of the sites also come with a campfire ring. While there is not a picnic table at any of the sites, there is a picnic area near the front of the establishment that guests are free to use. Also located on the property is a laundry room and four bathrooms with showers. The laundry machines are only available to people that are staying at the park. Wi-Fi is available across the property for everyone visiting the RV park. The manager of Rosewood Village RV Park mentions, "We plan on upgrading it and, hopefully, making it better for everyone." The last building at the park is a common area with a pool table, television, and a kitchen.
The picnic area has a number of different bird houses, making it a place for people to spend time birdwatching if they would like. The common room is most often used for activities and events hosted by the RV park, including game nights and holiday celebrations. Throughout the week are game nights and bingo nights as well.
Outside the business' boundaries, the area is wooded with many trees. The company is located within walking distance of The Arena, which hosts large-scale events like the Texas Renaissance Festival, which typically takes place in October and November. Another attraction that can be found close to Rosewood Village RV Park is Lake Conroe. Lake Conroe is a lake found northeast of the establishment and is about 30 minutes away by car. The lake offers a variety of activities, including boating, jet-skiing, fishing, swimming, and more. There are many stores and opportunities for guests to go shopping in the nearby cities like Magnolia, Plantersville, and even Houston, which is about an hour away by car. The manager also likes to recommend restaurants to people looking for a place to get some food. Several names she likes to tell people about include Louisiana Fish House, Magnolia Diner, and Kitties Café.
The manager explains that the goal for Rosewood Village RV Park is to keep it consistently busy and to "fill it completely up." She would like her patrons to feel relaxed while they are staying at the RV park. To help accomplish this, she does her best to have herself or someone else in the office available to answer questions, mentioning that she and the other employees try to interact with guests regularly. Another thing that helps them accomplish their goal is that the office recently had a new doorbell put in that notifies them when a guest arrives outside of the usual hours of operation. That way, the employees can help patrons get to their space if they are unable to make it during business hours.
There are several policies that Rosewood Village RV Park has in place that the manager would like visitors to be aware of when they come to fulfill their reservation. Quiet time is enforced, beginning at 9:00 PM and ending at 8:00 AM. Pets are allowed on the property, but there is a limit of two per site, and they cannot be aggressive. The business asks that pet owners be responsible for their animals and clean up after them. Furthermore, smoking is allowed outside but not inside any of the buildings.
Occasionally the property hosts parties in the common area. Many of the events are hosted by the RV park, but guests can organize their own activities with the manager if they would like. Some activities that the park hosts are weekly activities and holiday-oriented. The common area is used for bingo and game nights. They also do activities for holidays like Christmas, The Fourth of July, and others. Guests can speak with the manager and organize smaller events like family reunions and birthday parties.
The property has received a number of reviews from past visitors and patrons. One review reads, "Nice campground with reasonable rates and friendly staff." Another person that stayed at Rosewood Village RV Park writes, "The cleaning staff is great, and the concreted spaces are nice."
The demographic of people that visit typically depends on the season. According to the manager, "We typically have a lot of older people, but we also get a lot of younger people with kids that are on vacation in the summer. It kind of depends on the time of year." The busiest time of year is usually September through December, which the manager concludes is, in part, due to the Texas Renaissance Festival taking place annually.
One of the more unique features of Rosewood Village RV Park is its location and how close it is to other attractions. A seasonal event called the Texas Renaissance Festival takes place at The Arena, an outdoor venue about one-eighth of a mile from the property. Texas Renaissance Festival begins in October and continues through to the first of December. Lake Conroe is another nearby attraction that is a little over a half-hour away by car.
Rosewood Village RV Park has been in business since 2010. The establishment began with Earl Webb, who is the current owner of the RV park, and his business partner. After some time, Earl obtained full ownership of the business and has been running it ever since.
Earl had owned another RV park before he and his business partner opened Rosewood Village RV Park, but he sold it so that they could purchase his current establishment. Over the years, there have been a variety of changes that have taken place as he and his other employees continued to operate the RV Park. One of the more significant changes that took place in the past was the remodeling of the common area. The smaller and more consistent changes include much of the landscaping and planting flowers on their lawn, near the trails, and other places. The manager explains that in the future, she would like to add a fishing pond, which would allow people the chance to fish without having to spend time traveling to one of the nearby lakes or rivers.