1 Park near Roaring Springs, Texas
Oct 2015 - $10.00
This is a different kind of place. Sites are not clearly defined; just go find a pedestal with water faucet and set up your rig. Park carefully to avoid leveling problems. There are a variety of sites from river bottom to ridge top, some with a bit of shade and some in the open. One section is adjacent to the golf clubhouse and the greens. The roads are dirt/sand that are in pretty good shape. After recent heavy rains, the graders were out repairing damage. Wildlife is abundant with White-tail Deer and Mule Deer, Turkeys, and Bobwhite Quail frequently seen in the camping areas.
A wonderful set of walking trails is accessed from near the pool. Staff was more than friendly and helpful. I was able to check out a gate key so that I could get back in when returning late from an all day trip to Caprock Canyons State Park. Very good WiFi is available at the golf clubhouse and the entry office. Verizon signal is weak on the ridges and dead in the valley. Restrooms were clean and functional but could use an upgrade. There are no sewer hookups - just two dump stations, both of which would benefit from some repair work. Nights were nice and quiet. Rate is for Coast to Coast. I hope to camp here again. - Morpauwe
Sep 2011 - $10.00
Really off the beaten path but worth it if that's what you want. Very much "in the woods" but so quiet and peaceful. We were the only ones for the first night being off season so we had the run of the place so to speak. Lot was hard packed and fairly level. Beautiful pool area that's spring fed. Even as far out as it was we were still able to pick up TV through the antenna. Just be home before dark because dirt and gravel roads are kind of tricky on a bike! - deandcstaylor
Jun 2008 - $10.00
When arrive to check in the girl in the office was not a friendly person to work in that job. We never did go in because she told us that we could not leave before 8:00 am because the gate is locked. Ask about a safety factor for medical or wild fires,, how would you get out. She said that the person responsible lives 4 miles down the road. Now in a emergence how long would that take her to get the gate open. We have never camped at a park that locked the gate and the campers could not get out. - carlton lutz