Date of Stay: July, 2015
This is a great resort park and overlooks the golf course. The restaurant on site is wonderful along with fantastic amenities. You could not ask for a more helpful and courteous staff. If I could rate this an 11 I would. It is close enough to San Antonio to be there in a matter of minutes but also far enough away to be quiet and out of the hustle and bustle to relax. The golf course is emmaculate and fun to play. I would highly recommend an extended stay to not only take in the fun of San Antonio but also the charm and heritage of Castroville. We will return as soon as possible to enjoy another fantastic stay at this wonderful resort.
Date of Stay: February, 2013
This campground has potential. It is a bit older and a lot of the sites can be a little tight to get into. They have recently installed sewer connections at some of the sites in one area and are working on renovating a lot of the campground. The pads are a little narrow and a lot of them are built up so there is a bit of a drop off when you step off the last step of your RV. If staying here you might would want to pass through the campground to find a spot that doesn't have that drop off. There are a lot that are fine. There are some spectacular views of the lake from many of the sites. Spanish moss hanging from the trees gives an added atmosphere to the campgrounds. The showers and rest rooms we entered were in need of some work but we very rarely use those facilities so was not an issue for us. The only con for us was the lack of security and the ability for anyone to enter this park at all hours and is why I give it such a low rating. I hope our unfortunate experience with this aspect was unique and not the norm for this quaint campground but it will cause us to look elsewhere when camping in this area.
Date of Stay: January, 2013
We like to visit here to get away. The lake is nice and the beach is also nice. The full hookup sites tend to stay full but the dump station allows two trailers to dump at the same time. We have never had to wait long to clean out our holding tanks when it was time to leave. We actually met some really nice people while cleaning out the holding tanks who pointed us to a nice campground on another lake. There is also a nice general store on the premises that serves some really great lunches during the busy season. The trailer sites are concrete and most are fairly level. There is plenty of shade but it makes it difficult to get a satellite signal and TV reception. I have been able to get satellite by using a portable dish and have actually shared my portable dish with the neighbor who had a motor home with the dish on top and couldn't get reception. Cell reception is also poor with both Verizon and AT&T but we were able to use a cell booster to get one. I would highly recommend this campground. Oh yeah, make sure you visit Red River Drug Store and also Nichols Sporting Goods in Coushatta. They have some really unique goods we found making this area really fun for us to visit.
Date of Stay: November, 2012
We absolutely love this campground. We have family in neighboring areas and this is a great place to meet. We have a family reunion twice a year here and all of the kids that come love the water playground. Sites are nice and easy to get into. This is a newer park so most sites do not have mature trees as of yet but they have been planted. The sites in the back of the campground do have lots of shade, but those sites do not have sewage connections. The staff is very friendly and is always working to make your stay the best it can be. The showers and restrooms, along with the washer and dryers on site, are always nicely kept. Oh Yeah: the fishing in the lake is also very good.