Beautiful park with lots of scenery, great place for kids to scramble around all the Goblins. Sites are roomy and spaced well for the most part. They have no hook ups but water and a dump are available. Hike the Little Wild Horse Canyon which is nearby for a great slot canyon experience.
The Trailer Life Directory rating for this park are totally overstated. The pull through sites are listed as 32 by 70 feet, they are actually 24 by 50 or so with barely enough room for a slide and awning. They have 3 toilets and showers for 58 sites plus they allow the Rotel Tour buses with 30 people per site to stay here. One of the tours pulled in while we were here totally overloading the limited bathroom facilities they have. The owner has received good comments before but I can tell you she does not take criticism well. There are better places in the area.
We stayed here overnight while traveling. The sites were side by side which I do not like but otherwise the park was OK for an overnight stay, sites were long enough for us to stay hooked up with a 22 foot truck and 34 foot trailer. Bathrooms were clean.
We stayed here for 2 nights before moving to another campground in the area. The sites were OK but there were a lot of permanent trailers here that were in poor condition. The park was not very pet friendly even though they advertise differently. Bathrooms and laundry were clean.
We were there when it wasn't full, but with side by side hook ups it could be close when full. Work campers were very nice and the grounds were kept very clean. Nice shop with basic food items. We looked at most other campgrounds in the area and believe this to be the nicest.
Very nice park with both wooded sites and bay front sites. The wooded sites can be difficult due to the trees and how they grow, the sites on the outside loop are better and more private. The bay front sites can be very windy. Really nice fishing pier.
Nice small park, 23 sites with electric, 8 without. The park is 9 miles north of Comstock on highway 90. The sites on the outside of the loops are the best. Hikes are scheduled into the canyon to visit indian rock art sites. The Presa canyon tour is scheduled several times a year and is very difficult. There is a 6 mile hiking trail which can be done without a guide, all trips into the canyon require a guide. Desert scenery and beautiful stars on clear nights. Great stop over place.