Previous reviews are spot on. Clean park, very pretty, lots of permanent folks. Staff is friendly. I'm writing this for several reasons. First, this park can not easily handle the big boys. Even though I specifically asked if they could handle a 45 foot motor home with tow and was assured they could and had room however, we were told upon arrival that they had to move people around to accommodate us. The site we were assigned to was substandard, too close for all of our slides to be opened. No offer to discount the site further, but they did tell us we could move over into the grass. Not a good idea as it was raining. Further, the electric pole was so short that our surge suppressor was laying on the ground. When we mentioned it we were told that was standard, everyone laid them on the ground.
Finally, this park is located on the east side of Hwy 281. This is a busy, divided highway with no easy way to get into the park if you are headed south on Hwy 281. You must go past the park and make a u turn back to the park. When going into San Antonio you leave the park driving north, take the first exit to make a u turn to head south to San Antonio. We were here 2 nights visiting family in San Antonio and although we like the park and wish they could accommodate big rigs we would not return due to the difficulty getting around. - Harley Oma
This was a very nice park. Clean restrooms with clean showers. Nice big level pull-thru site with mature trees which provided nice shade. The owner met us when we arrived and led us to our site. Everyone was very friendly. We were invited to a potluck, Bingo, and an Italian night. We didn't attend them because we already had plans, but thought it was nice. We would definitely stay here again. - GigiRox
This is a very old campsite. That is not to say it is bad. It has some very nice features. For instance, trees are mature and provide very nice shade, vegetation is mature and well-kept, structures are made of local stone, and the people are very friendly and helpful. Many site activities and a clubhouse. Unfortunately, most of the sites are occupied by long stay RVs, mobile homes, and small cottages. Also, the trees may interfere with personal dishes and antennae. Phone well in advance for a reservation, for one of the very few sites that may be available. Price was for a small motorhome, GS membership, and electric only. However, all the sites do have full hookups. Of the 155 spaces, 42 are pull through spaces. Lastly, the Wi-Fi was pretty much useless, at least for the night we stayed here. Very very weak signal. - LeeCA