The owner Wally has brought this area up-to-speed with improvements and added additional spots further back on the property to make it convenient for overnight/weekend campers. He knows it lacks in some areas (picnic tables being added; considering fire rings & BBQ stands) compared to high end places. Many opt to camp at the State Park 7 miles out of town but if you are visiting Strawberry Point it is easier to bring the rig than to arrange for a room that may not be available here but in a town 20 miles away. We have stayed twice for family weddings and it is so easy to come in / out without worrying about gates that we were able to enjoy the festivities. With time this will be a very attractive RV location and is already popular with fall hunters.
This rate was pro-rated off the weekly rate since we stayed 9 nights. The park hosts definitely want to please the campers. We had reservations and arrived earlier than expected. They were willing to help park us immediately but we choose to drive around the town first. Came in before the 4th of July and it was a very busy weekend for the town. All we met knew where the RV park was. A friend stayed with us with a vehicle then departed earlier than expected. Enterprise rental cars was just down the street (4 blocks approx.). The owner stayed busy the entire time working around the campground, to include laying a French drain to pull excess rainwater away from low spots. Unfortunately, it was heat index of 113 with no rain. Not their fault, obviously. The community room, showers and washer/dryer area were all nice. Fenced in dog run greatly appreciated. Easy in, easy out. Well stocked store (groceries & RV items) helped with any last minute needs. Definitely will tell others as there are many RV parks in the area but this meet our needs and attractive setting. As far as a previous reviewer saying it was in a run-down part of town, this is a coastal town and all parts of town run the gambit from high-to-low end within several blocks. Items left outside unsecured were undisturbed. I see why many Winter Texans like coming here and we'll stay here while they are up north.