This is a nice campground with lots of things to do for both adults and children. There is the Sabine River, with fishing or boating, and a nice playground for kids. They have a collection of exotic deer and a few goats. There a large pavilion an several cabins available for rental. The Niblett's Bluff Church Museum is adjacent to the park and as well as a very interesting historic cemetery beside that.
We stayed here a week because it was convenient for site seeing in Baton Rouge. It was just a place to sleep at night. It was "get by" acceptable for that purpose. I would not recommend it as a place to sit out and enjoy the location. It is mostly FEMA trailers or old permanents - basically a trailer park - probably dating from Katrina. The management lady was nice and friendly. We had no problem with the neighbors.
This park is located directly on Galveston Bay. As a fishing campground, they have a boat launch ramp and sell fish bait and supplies. The management was friendly and helpful. While it doesn't have some of the conveniences of other RV parks, it was exactly what we were looking for to use as a base for visiting tourist sites in the Galveston Bay area. While "at home" in our trailer, we enjoyed viewing all the large ships traversing the Houston Ship Channel through the bay. If you want to camp on the water (20 feet from the water), this is the place.
Generally agree with the previous posted comments on the overall looks of the park. However, it worked fine for us. We simply used it as a base when spending a week here seeing the sites in San Antonio. It is adequate for that and very convenient to driving downtown or riding the bus, as we did. It is NOT a resort, but the manager and employees are friendly and helpful. Helped us hook up the water, sewer and electric when we experience a problem. It is not a bad place to stay.