1 Park near Sonora, Texas
May 2015 - $20.00
Not many options on this stretch of I-10 and great for seeing the Caverns (which you should do as long as you've made the trip from the Interstate). Nice, quiet country setting. Electric boxes look pretty sad but tested and worked ok. Marginal Verizon data signal, ok voice service. Obviously developed before todays big rigs became commonplace with very close site spacing but parking is doable - even though every single post protecting the utility hookups from too tight a right turn was displaced/gouged. The level of difficulty experienced will likely depend on how many, how long and how considerate others are. Me - I'd shoot for being there as early as I could to have as much manuever room as possible. - fulltimer121
May 2015 - $20.00
What a great stop. We came and stayed a couple of nights in their campground.
The campground consists of a nice tenting area and RV sites. They do have electric and water but no sewer. There is also a bath/shower house. It was clean, but no hot water. The RV sites are very close together.
Went on one of their 1 1/2 -2 hour tours. The guide was excellent.
Have been to quite a few caverns, caves. This one is definitely the best we've ever been to.
Eighty percent of this cave is still alive. A huge difference! Never seen so many different kinds of formations. They keep the entrances sealed so that the fresh air does not kill the formations. There are cement paths and lighting throughout the actual tour. Ended up walking about a mile and a half.
Wear good shoes, it is slippery in some spots. Also, you do not need a coat, it is very warm. With the humidity it is about 85 degrees.
Definitely worth the stop. - Kgtraveler
Apr 2015 - $20.00
Sites are gravel, filled up quickly, No reservations taken, NO DUMP station so be clean when you arrive! Gravel sites very close to each other a few trees. Water and electric only! There is a peacock on the premises so be prepared to hear it screech. - Gloria S.