The ocean side sites are plain and simple but do give a great view of the ocean. There are paths going over the dunes to the beach. Nothing but the dunes are between the spots and the beach. Note that you must be able to back up your rig, or entering and exiting will be difficult to say the least. Also, we saw 2 dead rattlesnakes just a few miles down the road from the park. I didn't know they were that numerous on the island. The park web site warns of snakes. Take it seriously and don't get off of the roads and trails.
We stayed here for the Nascar weekend. This park is very clean, quiet and family oriented. The lady in the office is very helpful and friendly. You can't hear the freeway from the park but you can hear the race cars when they are on track. WiFi worked well but was slow at times. Spots are clean, wide and vary greatly on being level front to back. Power pole was in the back and our 50A cable almost wasn't long enough. Overall, great place to stay. Better know the traffic patterns and closures on race weekend or you could be in for a long ride home from a track nearby. Rate posted is nightly rate on Nascar weekend. Their non-race weekend rate is much less.
Nice SP with several different trailer sections. Sites are not paved and most are not very deep. We have a 40' FW. Lake access is short walk from many spaces. We stayed in spot #4 with distant view of lake and only 30A service. Watch for trees overhanging roads. Many deer and fawns.
This is a great SP with clean facilities, nice staff and fun in the Llano River. The only thing that falls short of this being a 10 was the park ranger who is beyond militant about their rules. We travel in a toy hauler with street bikes and had them in the grass under a tree. He made us move our truck to overflow so we could get the bikes back on the pavement. They also were a bit too harsh on our neighbors (who already asked us to tell them if they were too loud) after 10pm. We didn't hear them at all and the ranger told them to quiet down. We also had some kid in a truck, pass another truck in the park on a curve and we almost had to go off-road on our motorcycle. We followed him, pointed him out to the ranger and the ranger said, "Too bad I didn't see it." So they were way too militant about their rules but not interested in dealing with dangerous driving. The park would be a 10 if it weren't for those odd interactions with the ranger.
We specifically noted we needed a pull-through spot since we have a toy hauler. The owners (husband and wife) assured us there would be one, but there wasn't. We backed into one of the few spots remaining and had to be pulled out of the mud due to the weekend rains. The spots are tight, pet droppings abound and the driveway off of the highway has a very sudden steep rise with somewhat of a blind exit. The owners were very nice and did not charge us for our stay.