This RV Park was a disappointment. The views from "B" circle were good, but the Wi-Fi was only available in the office and was not predictable. Getting to the showers requires a LONG trek down a steep hill: very difficult. The only trash cans are located near the entrance and they were FULL when we stayed here. The tenting spots were more shaded at least. I would stay at another campground next time for sure.
We stayed here for 3 nights and used Alpine as a base for traveling to Big Bend and other points of interest. This is one of the finest private campgrounds we've stayed at. It was very clean, the hosts were helpful and friendly, there was a nice dog park where our dogs could play unleashed. The sites are spacious and so is the space between rows. Easy to get your RV or camper parked.
This is one of the finest campgrounds we've stayed in. It's a State Park and the rates are very reasonable. The grounds were very clean, the sites green and spacious and there were lots of nice areas to walk our dogs.
This park is difficult to get to even though it's situated right along I-70. The park is nice enough with trees, picnic tables, etc., but it's quite congested and maneuvering a travel trailer to reach the office and then our site was challenging. The owner/manager was very cordial and helpful, however, and the place was nearly full. I thought it was a little expensive for the accommodations available.
The ad for this park in Woodall's Directory stated they open on April 1 with laundry, limited groceries, fire rings, picnic tables; however, none of those items was available. The bathrooms and showers were not open. To use the Internet, you had to take your computer to the office and hook up to their wired service. The office was filthy and congested, not a place I wanted to sit and check my email. After one night, we moved to a brand new RV park in Hatch that was less expensive, clean and very nice.