We found this park as we were driving through southern Missouri. It was early in their season but the park has an incredible setting. Right on the Current river. If you look at the website you will see it is very family oriented with a pool, new kids pool play area, playground, activities including tubing and swimming in the beautiful river, and onsite restaurant and is next to a decent 9 hole golf course (by others). They book tubing and rafting trips on site and has a decent store. We would love to be here in season and enjoy the river. All facilities were clean and recently renovated.
A nice park on south side of DC. Facilities are part of a larger park that includes a marina, hiking trails, pool complex, and general recreation and picnic areas. We saw wonderful wildlife at the campground and would stay there again.
A very nice park near DC. Camping is part of a county park that has a water park (extra fee but discounted for campers) lake, stream, playgrounds, and sporting fields. The sites were very nice and very well kept. The only reason for less than a 10 is no water or sewer sites, you must us a dump station and water fill that are located nearby. They have just opened a new park office and are upgrading the overall facilities. Overall a good place to stay for DC.
This is a fantastic facility that needs to be maintained a bit better. We have stayed here for years, and this trip the grass needs cutting, and access to the very nice rec area needs to have better hours and a bit better maintenance. Horseshoe pits are growing over etc. We hope someone will get the message and clean this up a bit. We will stay here again.
Very large state park 6 miles from I40. Several camping areas controlled from one office on the way in. No limited or secure access but the facilities were nice. Just stayed overnight for a night on the way through.
A COE campground that is combined together with Flatrock and Lakeside due to staffing shortages. A smallish lake is the centerpiece - water was low due to drought. Some sites not level but as with most COE's the sites are very large and many on the water. We stayed in the lakeside area and would stay in any of it. Group facilities were especially nice, 8 or more RV's with common hall or pavilion and own restrooms and some kitchens.
We love COE parks. This one was well maintained and very open with fewer trees and nice waterfront sites. As with most COE parks quiet and a bit remote. Herds of deer and an amazing lightning storm were seen. A day trip to Gruene was very nice.
Nice park close to town, make sure you follow website directions to the campground - gps will give you a low clearance road. Golf right next door and nice walking and biking trail. Pool and hot tub were excellent. Rec hall very nice and clean.
A very nice state park, very large land holding, and is right on the gulf. Water front dry camping is available but any towing is your responsibility. Bathhouses need maintenance. While we were there it was very windy, too much so for awnings. You can drive on the beach here and the national park is only 6 or so miles away. All in all great natural scenery and quiet. Take the ferry in Port Aransas and go to the mainland for a special trip. We found the restaurants in Port Aransas to be quite nice and fairly reasonible.