Yes, the restroom and shower were in need of repair and could have been a little cleaner but they were usable.
The RV campground was empty except for me in mid October. There are separate campgrounds for tents and equestrians.
The price reflects the late season price effective beginning October 1. I understand that the host leaves, the water is shut off after Oct. 31 and camping is free after that. He wasn't sure if they left the electricity on or not.
I would have rated this park a little higher if the restrooms and showers were nicer, if the campsites were little more level, and if there were more things to do in the area, - RussOnTheRoad
Stayed here one night while passing through on I-35. Very remote but easy to find and quiet. Only two others there with us. Water hookups are spigots placed one to a row so you can fill up there or there's one at the dump station, which, by the way, is a very easy in and out. Downside, as in a lot of states, the facilities are run down, restroom/shower house(s) are VERY dated and in need of fix up, spruce up. We'd stay again. - bobojay
This is a good campground for a one night stay over on your way to someplace else. Other than hiking, there is nothing to do here. There is not an office or a store. You can't buy firewood or ice. There are no water hookups. There are few if any shade trees at the camp sites. Each of the three campgrounds has a small playground, but they are far away from the camp site areas. The restrooms are clean but are very rustic and run down. - Juniper94