Date of Stay: January, 2014
The rate is based on a monthly rate for January, which is $285. The positives: The campground has large spaces, most with live oak trees, and many people come back year after year. The WiFi was the best we've ever had at a park.which is a Big Plus! It is very close to the famous live oak Big Tree and some great Whooping Crane watching. The negatives: Sand burs (which in all fairness, they are working on eliminating) and the lack of facilities such as bathrooms and showers. Again, they were working on this. The sites are large, but not very level and sometimes hard to get into because of the trees. There are some permanent residents, but most of those sites are well maintained. Overall, it was a good experience, but I would make sure some of the negatives had been corrected before I stayed again.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
The daily rate is based on $170 per week rate. This is a very nice park. The only reason it didn't get a 10 is because some of the sites are pretty tight. But, all sites have nice trees and landscaping. The park is very well kept. The trash is picked up daily on site. Facilities are nice with game room with pool table, covered pavilion with tables, hiking trail, and a nice club room with kitchen and a lot of seating (Pancake breakfast on Sunday and Bingo on Thursday). The laundry facilities are fine. We did not use the showers, but they looked nice and clean. The WiFi was spotty, but the cable worked fine. Very nice people; especially, the older couple who call the Bingo and do volunteer recycling. The area is fun to explore. Nice lake to walk the dog by and a few local restaurants very close to the park that are fun. Be sure to visit Pura Vida Cafe and La Comida Ranchera Mexican Food Restaurant and Vallecito Liquors. La Comida has a interesting variety of staples, too!. We would definitely stay here again.