Date of Stay: March, 2007
Stayed here during Spring break 2007. Lots of trees, quiet and peaceful. Waterfront sites are where you can find a spot in your designated area by your electricity and water. No pads or clearly marked sites. Park management will take you to your area and point out the ways people before have set up. Park store has minimum necessities, but a nice grill and gas. View of lake is very nice, with a decent fishing pier and boat slips. We had reservations for 3 nights, but only stayed one due to bad weather. We did ask about a refund for the 2 nights we did not use, but were told “no”, since they had turned away others seeking a reservation but the park was full. There was no consideration for the electricity and water we paid for but did not use. We were also charged for “full service” campsites, not the lesser rate for only the electricity and water available at our site. Close quarter camping, unreasonable staff/policies, and overcharged for provided services. We won’t be back.
Date of Stay: May, 2006
We've stayed here numerous times over the past 4-5 years. Park, restrooms, and showers are always clean and well maintained. Full hookups and pull-throughs. The owners, are great to be around and they're always helpful. Usually plenty of room except on festival weekends - such as antique or cotton gin festivals. Great place to stay. Quick getaway from Houston, about an hour.