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Date of Stay:
May, 2005 -
Stayed here for 3 nights the first part of May (were there over Mother's Day). Can't say enough about this park - it was heaven! We drove down from Lost Maples State Park to check things out both here and at Garner State Park (already had reservations here). We were camping with another couple in 2 rigs (our 5er and their pull camper). Got kudos on the selection of this campground. Everyone kept saying they were so glad we didn't stay at Garner State Park! Best sites in the park are numbers 21-23. Our friends had 21 which was on the river bluff and next to the river access, although we had 22 and I thought it was the best site in the park. The views were to die for - huge cypress trees and the river was shades of jade green. I took lots of pictures and walking along the river was fantastic. We spent most of our time relaxing outside & enjoying the view (besides a side trip one day to Uvalde and Bracketville to John Wayne's Alamo Village). The laundry room was immaculate and so was the park. Everything was spotless. Park employees were great. The park was nice & quiet; nothing at all like Garner State Park. Wished we could have stayed for 2 weeks, but had to leave as this was the mid-point of a 2 week tour around Texas. We'd definitely go back again - this one's a keeper! We camped at Parkview Riverside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.