One of our favorite parks. Have never been disappointed here. The sites are a bit close together but the landscaping helps to keep them separated. There is an adult pool and hot tub plus a family pool which is a nice touch. There is noise from I-35W but it is partially screened out by the landscaping. The staff is always busy tending to things and seem glad to assist whenever they can.
Very nice park, not new but being renewed. Attention to landscaping detail is wonderful and the park is owner operated. They know their stuff! The gift shop is a shoppers dream and would and does stand alone without the campground. We will stay there again
A gem of a park. Very small, clean and a view to die for. The owners want only to please their guests and they do a fine job. The facilities are neat and well thought out. If they had a pool, I would have given a 10
The view of the Rocky mountains is great from most every site. The camp ground is a dump. Very tight and uneven sites, our door faced our neighbor's door and the electric, water and cable were between us. About 5 feet behind us was another RV. We made our reservations about 2 months ahead for 3 campers together and that didn't happen. The staff doesn't know the difference between 30 and 50 amp service or, don't care. The buildings seem to be in good repair but no attention is being given to the RV sites as they are going down hill in more ways than one.
This facility has the potential of being a great RV Resort and Marina on Matagorda Bay. There is a marina inside the park and the largest shrimp fleet on the gulf coast is moored next door. Fresh seafood is available 'off the boat'. Fishing from the shore, a pier or from a boat is wonderful most of the year. The problem is, this is not a resort, it is an RV park. The present management favors the long term camper. Unless you are staying more than 3 months, you can't reserve a site, only a spot. That means you will probably end up in the back row, in the dirt and mud, if you are a weekend camper or a family on a week's vacation. All the good spots, with a view, that are paved and level are taken by long term campers who are most likely working during the day while their RV enjoys the view of the bay. About 3/4 of the sites are dirt and very, very close together. The roads are dirt and full of potholes. The facilities are quaint to say the least. A large corporation took over this park about 3 years ago and did upgrade about 30 sites. The improvements seem to have stopped. Now the park doesn't know if it is a RV park, a Marina or a fish camp. What it isn't yet is an RV RESORT!