November 28, 2020 - reviewed by William
Nice campground. Very cheap. $28. No sewer drain at campsites. You have to drain camper at bath house.
Bath houses are dated but clean. No heater in bath house. So it was chilly in bath house.
Water started to get lukewarm/cold while showering. Overall good campground.
September 28, 2018 - reviewed by R&J
Nice little campground, the manager was friendly. Seemed a little over priced for the amenities but it worked for us.
July 10, 2018 - reviewed by J Rigsby
They were super nice and live on the property that enabled us to arrive late. Cash or check only. Beautiful location on the river.
June 28, 2018 - reviewed by Aubri
Such a cute little town and an adequate RV Park. Terry, the manager, was very friendly and accommodating. Slight problem with our electric hookup (neutral reversed), but we switched to a different plug and it was good. Located between the river which is lovely and the train tracks which have a plentiful amount of loud trains passing at all hours.
November 12, 2016 - reviewed by David & Marilyn Ray
What a delightful find. Because we got started late, we didn't make it as far as we'd hoped and that turned out to be a blessing. The camp ground was well shaded with huge pecan trees and is located along the Spring river. It's a city park so it doesn't have the greatest amenities but, the electric and water hook ups were convenient and did the job. The sights are level and ungraveled which, could be a problem if it rained. There doesn't appear to be sewer hook ups anywhere in the park. There is a nice play ground and a great walking and cycling trail along the river. The bath house is dated but clean with good hot water.
We delayed our departure to spend a half day exploring the town. We could have easily spent the day there. The historical buildings and antique shops were enchanting. The people we met there were very friendly and welcoming. I'd love to get back there some day
August 20, 2016 - reviewed by Alan Purser
Nice shaded park. Very clean