Very nice campground. Sites were packed gravel, wide, long and level. Plenty of room for slide-outs and a little grass strip between sites. Our rate reflects 50 amp service, there is a few dollar discount for 30 amp and they have even better discounts for weekly and monthly rates. There is no one at the office, the manager lives on-site and stays in his "villa". You just call the number on the door and he comes up and guides you to your spot, tells you stuff about the park and the area and takes your money - cash or check only. The park is new enough that the trees that have been planted to provide shade one day are no taller than camper, so no shade. But on the positive side, absolutely no obstructions for satellite service. Which you will need, since over the air TV reception is limited to one channel out of Dallas. They have a very solid Wi-Fi signal (TengoInternet) and it is included in your fee. The manager writes the user name and password on your receipt. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed two nights for the Tour de Pepper bicycle ride. Nice shady campground, level sites. The price is right. However, electric service was unreliable as it fluctuated and there is no dump available. About 100 yards from the campsites is a building that is rented for parties and Saturday night there was a party with loud music until midnight. Also, quite a bit of road noise. There are no tables or fire rings or grills. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park to stop overnight or for a couple of days to visit the area. However, we stayed on a Saturday night and there was loud music in a nearby building until midnight. I don't know if this is every Saturday night or not. We camped here in a Motorhome.