1 RV Park near Sonora, Texas
Jul 2017 - $23.00
The sites themselves are nothing to write home about. They are small, and most have no trees. However, our site was shaded as there was no one else in the pull-thru section when we arrived, and we got to choose our own spot. The facility is amazing. Just next to the sites are fields, deer, and historical relics. The store has great ambience and gifts, and a little ice cream shop. The highlight was the caverns. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and personable, and the caverns are breathtaking. Because of the caverns, there are no sewer hookups or dump station, and the road to get to the facility is winding with steep grades, but it is paved, and the scenery is beautiful. Well worth the stop if you're in the area! - The Farrells
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We had the pull-through section of the RV park to ourselves. The sites are tight and took us a couple of passes through to get situated. Several need to have tree branches trimmed back to be usable for today's taller rigs. Had there been many others (or any at all) in the park it could have been difficult to maneuver. 50 amp pedestals appear new. There is a row of back-in sites for very short campers; looks like a place for the tow vehicle might be a problem there. Overall, the park is well off the highway. Tent camping is available, but a good distance from the RVs. Wildlife in abundance roams at dawn and dusk. - rfmscat
Apr 2017 - $25.00
The sites are quite cramped, and though they are angled pull throughs, we had to back-and-forth quite a bit to get comfortable. Thankfully no one needed the site on one side, or they would not have been able to put out slides.
The park is clean, though a bit shabby. The men's restrooms were clean with adequate showers (according to my husband). The women's showers were dribbly, so I opted to shower in the trailer.
This is a first-come, first served campground, with few sites. The pull throughs are wonky so difficult to park in. The back ins are for shorter vehicles. If a pull through is not available, you can use a back in until one comes available. Most people stay only 1-2 nights.
The park is quiet, except for the peacocks. Deer wander through, also, as well as wild turkeys. - Oregon5er