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Stayed here for 1 night. We have stayed here many times, often for more then one night. Very convenient to I-10 access and staff are always accommodating and friendly. This used to be a KOA, but it has maintained the high KOA standards. Sites are level with varying sizes. Easy access to cheap gas. Not far from Llano State Park.

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Stayed here in April 2015 for 8 days. Site was mostly level and had cable TV which was great because VERY limited wifi and no ATT. Sites are very shady so satellite reception is limited unless you have a portable unit. Staff are friendly and constantly patrolling the area. Charcoal fires allowed most of the time, wood fires allowed unless winds are over 15 MPH. Skyline drive from within the campground gets you to ATT and WIFI access if needed. We saw no wildlife though some friends had a javelina (which were said to be plentiful) come thru their campsite. Very quiet campground after 10 PM even when the campground was full the day before Easter. Had lunch at state park restaurant which was awful and expensive!!! Store is very limited. We stay at a lot of Texas state parks and this one rates as one of the best in the state.

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Nicest campground bay far in the Big Bend area. Stayed here for 5 days in April 2015. Sites were mostly level and good sized. Our site had picnic table and fire pit (not all sites had picnic tables). Thought we had booked a site with cable, but did not and had to use satellite which worked fine. Easy access to big Bend and Presideo TX Used the clubhouse with a group and it was very nice and clean. Pool was clean but too cold to use. Laundry room available but expensive ($2 for wash and $2 for dryer-all clothes dried for the initial $2). All resort activities, including a small general store, can be charged to our bill. There are some back in/pull in sites looking over the canyon/mountain ridge that are very nice. 9 PM exterior lights out policy which makes great night sky viewing (small campfires are allowed). Recommend you get a site where you face north so you don't have the afternoon sun on you. Warning high winds can occur at any time. Don't leave awnings out if you leave your site for any period of time.

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This was a stop over spot between San Antonio and Big Bend. We spent 4 nights there. The sites are wide and level and the staff are very friendly. One night a week, there is a campground dinner/entertainment for a fee which was nice. Two issues: noise from the highway which the campground can't control with lots of road construction in the area. Other issue is why we won't give it a score of 10: no picnic table and no grill. Why campgrounds aren't routinely providing these anymore is beyond us!

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Have stayed here several times over last couple of years, but won't go back. Took our grandson for his first camping trip without Mom and Dad this weekend. They wouldn't give us the Good Sam discount because I didn't have the card, even though I pulled it up on my IPAD and they could see we were current. Then it rained all weekend (yes I know the resort can't control that). Then we found that arcade game area is gone and indoor pool is adults only (over 18) for sanitary reasons (I guess adults never pee in a pool) - except in winter when kids are allowed. Then we developed a horrible ant problem in the RV which I read on TA is not uncommon. This is not an adult only campground but it seems like it’s trying to be one. Heard it’s up for sale. Canceling our 5 nights there over New Years.

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Nice level sites that were reasonably wide. Friendly staff and centrally located. We had RV issues and they provided us with names of mobile repair services-none of which returned our calls. We were there in September and shows were very limited. Maybe there are more over the holidays (Thanksgiving and Christmas).

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We were there with our 30 ft Motorhome for the Mudder races. The campground was full. But ti was quiet and VERY clean, especially the bathrooms. Dumpsters, even with a full campground were not overflowing. Best campground we've stayed at in Texas. Too bad its not near an interstate. Skies were dark enough at night to see the milky way!

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Stayed here several times and have always had fun. The grand kids join us and have a ball. Sites are of a nice size and reasonably level. Staff are very friendly and helpful. We gave it an 8 because it is sometimes difficult to get the site we request, though they try hard to accommodate us. They are pet friendly. This is a great place for kids to learn about the fun of camping. They sometimes have weekend pancake breakfasts, weekend hayrides which the kids and adults all enjoy. They also have arts and crafts. Their website lists most of the available activities. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. Rafting/tubing and Canyon Lake are a short ride away for lots of summer fun. Much quieter off season. Indoor and outdoor pools and big outdoor jumping/trampoline at no extra charge.