Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $25.00
Price reflects senior discount for a pull-through 'multi-use' 50 amp site away from the lake. These sites are surrounded by a nice meadow. A herd of small deer roamed the park. The dirt interior roads were a little rough but easy / wide enough to get around on. We took advantage of the nature trail to enjoy a post-drive walk. A longer off road bicycle trail is also available. We saw a variety of birds along the trail and the usual shore birds at the lake. Open Wi-Fi is available at most sites. We'll return to this park as we come and go to the Rio Grande Valley We camped at Coleto Creek Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $30.00
Nice camp ground with gravel roads and sites. Sites are very spacious. We stayed in 50 and 51. Price reflects premium view site, but $30 sites also available. There is excellent bass and catfish in the lake and a large concrete boat ramp. Many kayaks were in use here. There are lots of mountain bike trails from novice to expert trails available. Camp fires are allowed and they also did not seem to mind allowing grey water discharge; which is how it should be. Shady and sunny sites. There were a few full time RVs, but sites were maintained. Only reason for not giving a ten is lack of concrete sites, lack of full hook ups and no military discounts. Awesome place to camp and we will return again and again. Though it wasn't open, we have heard the Lost Cajun restaurant has great food and is just outside of the gates. We camped at Coleto Creek Park in a Travel Trailer.