Treetops Carefree RV Resort is located in the heart of Arlington, Texas.  It is easy to get to from Interstate 20.  From I 20 take the Cooper Street exit (also known as highway 157) and go north.  The second traffic light after the freeway is Arbrook Drive where you will take a left.  You will go through a traffic light to a fourway stop sign.  At the stop sign, turn right onto Melear Dr and then a left turn into the campground.  Follow the signs which will take you into the park about 50 yards and stay to the right for a loop which will take you back to the office.  You have to make that looping turn because you can't make the turn up to the office with a camper.  I was a little confused the first time that I went in there but that is the only way you can get to the office.

The campground has about 165 sites, however only about 70 of the sites appear to be available for overnight parking.  The other sites are reserved for monthly rentals.  All of the sites have full hookups with 30/50 amp connections.  They have very clean bathrooms and showers as well as a nice laundry facility.  There is paid WiFi available, some rv supplies, a nice swimming pool, and a picnic table at each site.  Pets are welcomed but they do not allow popup campers and no tent camping.

Being in this campground it is like being in a residential neighborhood.  You are in walking distance of everything that you need in the way of food or shopping.  It seems as though every major restaurant you need is within a quarter of a mile and there is also a shopping center within that distance.  Of course not too many people walk these days so the driving distance is short also.  You are only three miles from UT Arlington and maybe 6 miles from the Six Flags entertainment complex.  The Texas Rangers baseball stadium is there as well as the soon to be completed Dallas Cowboys football stadium.   This campground gives you easy access to Fort Worth, Dallas and all the cities in between.  It is just a great location!

The interior grounds of the campground are just
wonderful.  They are well landscaped with huge flower and plant baskets hanging from the large limbs of the trees.  This is a very shady campground with lots of oak trees and some very large sycamore trees.  There is a creek that runs through the area but it doesn't always have water.  They have alocated areas for small flower gardens that have small outdoor statues decorating the gardens.

If you need to be in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex in your camper, this is the place to be.  We highly recommend this campground.

Submitted by Brad & Jane.

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