October 3, 2020 - reviewed by Gary Hancock
Maybe #1 In TEXAS
Spent 4 nights at this park and loved it. We had back in site 5. Plenty of space for camper and pickup. Lots of shade, very fine crushed rock and level concrete pad. Great trails for hiking, nothing strenuous. Saw CCC constructed rock tower, table, wash pond, and cave. Hosts Ken and Jan were outstanding folks that kept sites clean as well as restrooms. Some of the nicest showers and restrooms you will find in a state park. FHU and 30/50 amp electric. Will definitely go here again and again. All sites are excellent for any size camper.
January 16, 2019 - reviewed by Dammar
Great ‘Rest’ Stop for RVers
This is a small quaint park. The upper camp ground sites are level concrete, with attached crushed stone open use area. Full hook up on about 18 sites, in the upper camp ground. Washrooms were excellent, new, very, very clean, with lots and lots of hot water for showers. These sites are big enough in size, but limited in privacy.
(lower camp ground was temporarily close)
The hiking trails are more like very nice walking paths, mostly across flat fields. The park is made up of a series of these short trails (with numerous benches to rest and/or take in nature)
This makes for an excellent park for people with limited mobility issues.
For RVers is a great ‘rest’ stop type of park, as opposed to a ‘destination’ type. Great for a short stay.
Park staff were very friendly, and obviously proud of their park, and they should be!
May 7, 2018 - reviewed by Jessica
Nice spots. Level - concrete pads. Crushed granite. Very nice restroom and showers. The trails are great. Lots of history. Wild flowers are amazing. Playgrounds for the kids. Only downside is NO Wifi. The sites are for tents and RVs.. Wish they would separate those and create another spot. The spots are limited to begin with. When you add tents and the camp host, It doesn't leave a lot of pads left for RVs. The sites are first come first serve.
May 19, 2017 - reviewed by Tillis
Nice small new Sites.
Full hook up. New level pads. Site 2,8,10, have more privacy. Sites 4,9,12,14,16,18, are long pull throughs. Nice crushed granite areas at every site. No mowing around sites means nice grassy, flowery pasture feel. Nice kid playground. Cedar and mesquite trees dominate area. Easy in and out for big rv's
December 25, 2016 - reviewed by Lisa
Very Nice Park!
RV pad sites are level and beautifully made. The only drawback is that they're too close to a main road, so there is traffic noise. Very pretty park. All the buildings are new and clean. There is a lot of CCC history here, so it's really interesting to walk around and read the various markers. I will definitely be back!