This is a good park for a short stay. Mainly trailers and fifth wheels, some of which look long term, but neatly kept. Long, level gravel pull-throughs. No table or patio but a small strip of grass between sites. Very friendly owner who will meet you at the entrance and escort you to your site if you call ahead. There is a little road noise during the day but fairly quiet at night. Hooks ups are well located. There is no cable. While Wi-Fi is advertised, I couldn't get ours to connect. As Verizon service is limited, phones worked but our MiFi would not. Trees could use some trimming but sites are wide enough to avoid trees. We would stay again for a short stay. We camped at Camel Stop RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Woody's across the highway had good bar-b-que and beer.
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 at Camel Stop RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.