Depending on your preference this place is either OK or a nightmare. Take a narrow road to the campground which has a somewhat steep dirt road to a treed area to your spot. The actual spot was roomy and although tight I made it through with a 36' trailer. It is only an extra mile or two from Knoebels campground and way more private and secluded for sure. This is a no frills kinda place. Porta potties and something similar looking that was a shower. That wasn't a problem since we use our own facilities. There was no campground host which only mattered when I tried to find the dump station. 10 minutes and a phone call later I found it. I probably would not camp here again opting for a nearby place with full hookups. If nothing like that was available I might stay here again picking it over the much more crowded and packed looking Knoebels. If you do go make sure you get there from south using All Saints Road. If you come from the north the entrance is a Y and is tight to make without a trailer!
Stayed here for a week to visit St. Louis with 3 kids. It is a nice park but would be better if the playground was more than a swing and there was some type of swim beach or pool. We did take advantage of the local rec center at resident prices though. My kids loved their pool and would recommend you do that if you stay here with kids. Also you can't miss City Museum if you have kids. Overall a nice safe place to stay with kids and still convenient to St. Louis.
If you are going here to see Yogi Bear then it is fine... otherwise, I'd find somewhere else. The activities described on the website did not even come close in real life. The "slide" is some plastic on a hill into a mud puddle. The pool was ok, but small and did not seem heated. The fishing pond is only ok, if it is your first time fishing. Movie night is a 27" TV and a VHS tape. None of the other activities were scheduled while we were there. Fire department removed most fire rings. The staff was friendly. Renting a golf cart was a big hit. Disc golf was fun. Yogi was fun. Dog park was nice. The site you get is going to affect your opinion of this park a lot. It is on a pretty good sized hill with spots carved out wherever they could. Anywhere up the hill has lots of trees and are well separated. Some sites are big with easy parking and others are very narrow with difficult parking. At the bottom of the hill it is pretty open but most of the spots seemed cramped. We were in 110, which was narrow, but is the last site before a road so it felt big.
Nice for what we used it for which was an overnight stay at a place with a pool. There was a dog walk at the end of the drive from us that was nice. Park host was very nice and friendly. The pool says heated but I would have described it as not ice cold. It was fine though especially with the hot tub to get you warmed up. To be fair it was pretty cool outside in the low 60's. Would stay here again if in the area.
This park was really nice. We hit it at a very quiet time with lots of open sites. Level concrete site for the trailer. A small area of gravel with a table and then grass all around that. Trails along the river leading to a small pier. Great for the kids and dog. Walking distance to the gulf with a much bigger pier with about 10 people hauling in fish left and right. There was some trash on the beach but not much and mostly just in about 3 or 4 places where there had been a campfire. Due to our arrival time I did not get properly checked in so I did not get a code to try the WiFi but I did have a strong signal.
Nice place for the family and pets. There is a dog run and a good sized playground. Right next to the river if you want to go for a walk and very close to downtown San Antonio. The only bad thing was the WiFi did not work while we were there. I'd stay here again but might call ahead for WiFi availability since the sign they had that said it wasn't working did not look brand new.
As far as the park goes it was fine for an overnight stay. Easy in & out, level site, some grass near our site for the dog. Wifi worked fine. Got there late, left early so did not see much of it. However I can't believe more people have not mentioned the trains. The trains. The trains. We were at the far end of the park but still less than 1/4 mile from the tracks and they blow their horns all through the night going past every road crossing.