Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $30.00
Rate reflects daily charge. Well maintained park consisting of pea gravel roads and sites. My site was very level - considering not poured cement... NO pool or clubhouse or anything else I never use. This is a great site for those that just need to spend a week at Hood for whatever reason and just need a safe, quiet, comfortable place to crash. Pull-through sites are basically for short-timers and are large and wide and long enough for me to have parked my trailer and truck on same pad. Park is half old-timers and half daily/weekly. No shade tree at all on the daily side. Electrical is 50 amps so you will need a converter if you go to 30. Very strong water pressure - crisp - clean water - but you need a good regulator if you don't want 80 PSI coming into your trailer... Gym is a universal machine outside under a patio cover ... 15-20 miles to Fort Hood depending on which gate you go in. No cable TV but was able to pick up 34 local DIGITAL Channels off the antenna... WiFi is fast - I watched NETFLIX on it all night (yes I know there is a sign that say Please Don't) ...Verizon gave me LTE speeds and T-Mobile was about 3 bars at 2G speeds. Check-in was simple and fast and they leave you alone. Pretty good haul to the dumpster if you need to throw anything away. Only concern was the coming in and out of the park with the trailer. Talk about a STEEP incline/decline from the road. They said no one has ever hit Center on their trailer but that's a miracle I think. Also I got the succinct feeling - due to the trailer park next door - that I should not be leaving open in the bed of my truck at night. I am aware of ZERO issues - just a gut feeling. Also although you are right next to 190 there was virtually no highway noise. VERY quiet and VERY dark at night - clean restrooms, showers and laundry room. Will stay here again... We camped at Our Friends Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects weekly charge. Very well maintained park consisting of pea gravel roads and sites. Pull-through sites are designed for big rigs and the back-in sites can handle a 35' travel trailer. Hookups are in good condition, but shore power is 50 amp at this site, will need an adapter for 30 amp and down. Water doesn't have a funny taste or smell, which is almost a first. Back-in sites are well tree lined with many new trees planted to provide shade to all sites in a few more years. Small basic gym, pond and playground on site. This campground is geared to the long term folks, but would be great for a short term or overnight for those visiting Fort Hood or Lampasas. About 15 miles to main Fort Hood. No cable TV. There is Wi-Fi but it is limited being Hughes Net. VZW 4G LTE is available and T-Mobile is running at 2G speeds. Would come back here again, staff is friendly and helpful. We camped at Our Friends Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $27.00
Like the previous poster, no fancy stuff, just quiet, peaceful and pretty campground. Sites are mostly back to back utilities with a huge front yard, interspersed with mature oaks. Crushed rock, pretty level and long sites. Very clean restrooms, showers and laundry room. Pretty little pond and other decorations and very nice managers make this a park we'll be coming back to often. We camped at Our Friends Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $32.00
This is a great little park IF you want a rural setting, friendly folks, clean restrooms and washers/dryers, and you don't mind not having a pool, cable, Wi-Fi, and phone. The owners live on site and are quick to make needed repairs, etc.; it is safe, quiet, yet close to the highway, easy drive to Ft. Hood. We camped at Our Friends Campground in a Fifth Wheel.