Rate reflects group rate. We stayed with our group three nights. Friendly gent checked us in, then led us to the site. Park has a very nice selection of shaded, partly shaded, and won't be shaded until the trees grow bigger sites. Our shaded site was wide enough for easy movement around the RV with all slides out. Several community halls available, very nice. Good selection in the library; we donated a box of books and there was still plenty of shelf space. Nice walk to the river through the park, with axis deer escorts. The only downside to this park is the lack of a swimming pool, which is critical in the south Texas heat. I can see why this park is so popular with Winter Texans - it's a great park.
Right off I-27, nothing fancy, but very quiet. Spacious, long sites, excellent WiFi, friendly staff. Perfect staging area for visiting Palo Duro Canyon and the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum, or attending various functions at West Texas A&M University. We would stay here again.
We arrived just as the office was closing, and the office personnel were in such a rush to leave that we did not receive the free WiFi code, and the escort to the site was a hurried affair over roads that need a bit of maintenance. Once here, it was a level site under very tall trees. Cable TV worked just fine. It's 10 miles from the interstate, but well worth the drive for the quiet. Next morning, the office staff was very curt that the office was closed (they were training the seasonal help that day), and bordered on rude until we reminded them that we still needed to pay, then they made a sudden about face in manner. Nevertheless, this park meets our requirements and we would stay here again.
A very quiet campground, 2 miles from the interstate. The entry road is dirt, the sites level grass and very large. Free WiFi was excellent, no cable TV since the local cable company went out of business. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.
Because of the strange street layout, it's a bit difficult to get here, but once inside, it was fine. Free WiFi was good at site #9, cable TV was good, site was level. Office staff was friendly but disorganized, but we were in no hurry so it was not an issue. Excellent for an overnight like ours. We would stay here again.
Price reflects a weekly rate. Park is very clean and neat, and easy to access. Once inside the park, the roads are narrow asphalt and the pads are concrete, very narrow. Rained heavily while we were here, and the place remained pristine. The lower level pull-throughs are not long enough to stay hooked up and still reach the hookups, but we were in site #67 for a week, so we simply parked the Jeep directly in front of the RV. WiFi exists, but is a pay online to the WiFi vendor (such as TengoInternet). Please note that the office would not take credit or debit cards, cash or checks only. Nothing fancy, but clean, safe, quiet and convenient. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park with a very friendly staff. The park is shady, access to the Interstate is easy, they have a huge dog exercise area, propane sales, WiFi was good, and their unleaded gas was the lowest in the area. Even the locals fill up here. Site 26 was very spacious and easy to get into/out of. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground operates on the honor system. Pull in, pick a site, go to the "office," put your money or check into an envelope, and drop it in the slot. The sites are open, grassy with level gravel sites that are reasonably wide, with full hookups. Highly recommended for a quiet easy-in, easy-out overnight stay. Nothing fancy, just a nice place to rest along your journey. We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice check-in process with mints for the pillow. Gravel interior roads and pads, but are mostly level. We had no trouble at all leveling the RV. Cable TV and WiFi were excellent. Management warns that water pressure is very high and a regulator is essential. Close to the highway with a little noise but not much, easily masked by the wind. A nearby railroad occasionally was heard, but not so loud that it bothered us train fans. Propane sales, children's playground, a dog park, horseshoes and mini-golf course are on site. Excellent for an overnight or a longer stay. We would stay here again.
We arrived after the office closed. Our packet was waiting for us at the night box. Site 152 was very easy to get into/out of. The sites all face away from the prevailing wind, but management still advises not to leave awnings out due to sudden high winds. The park has propane sales, horse corrals, a Kamp K-9, kennels, group fire ring, numerous sports sites, a shop, cafe, and a hot tub and pool. Excellent for an overnight or a longer stay. We will stay here again.
The park is right beside I-27, but we noticed no noise at all. Site #74 was easy to get into and out of. The park has a storm shelter behind the office, very important in Tornado Alley. Propane is available at the park, and is pet friendly. Very nice park for either an overnight or a longer stay. We will stay here again.
After selling our house, we moved here for the last two weeks before retirement, because it was the campground nearest to work. In the middle of a large county park, the park itself offers fishing and canoeing, picnic grounds, lots of ball fields (all in use each day/evening), and a water park. Wildlife is abundant and highly visible, walking right through one's site. As lively as the overall park is, the campground itself is quiet and deliciously dark after the ball fields close. However, while pleasantly situated, with large sites, this campground is outrageously overpriced for what is offered (no discounts!). Electric only at each site, only one car allowed (overflow parking near entrance). Had to leave the park for supplies of any sort. Luckily for your pocketbook, maximum stay is 14 days. If we are ever back in Northern Virginia, we would still stay here, but only for a couple of days, purely because of the cost.
Quiet, pristine, spacious, friendly, secure: the nicest campground we've stayed in to date. Sites are huge, most under giant pecan trees, shading the RV through the hottest times of day. Unshaded, spacious sites also available, if being under trees is a concern. Overflow sites available in a lovely grassy area. Storage area (for trailers and extra vehicles) available for a small fee. Two cabins available. Owners and hosts are friendly, very helpful, and treat visitors as favored family. Telephone hookups for monthly stays. Has a fenced dog park. Free WiFi was upgraded during our stay, making it the best WiFi connection we've encountered in an RV park. Indoor pool is heated and large enough to swim laps crosswise or lengthwise. It is shallow, only 4.5 feet at its deepest. Tubing trips to the San Marcos River, and lots of other outdoor activities. Has a book and puzzle exchange, VHS/DVD rentals, Saturday morning breakfast and weekly ice cream social for very small fees, weekly potluck, weekly movie, jazzercise, ice purchase, minimal camp store (about 2 miles to shopping), mail and package delivery. Major tube, kayak and canoe rental business across the road from office. We stayed over five weeks and were reluctant to leave.
Convenient to town, and the Walmart 1/2 mile away sells ice. Interior roads need work; some potholes caused RV to bounce excessively. Hosts were friendly and helpful; however, the office weekday hours were posted as 8:00-7:00, but was closed at 5:00 pm. WiFi was intermittent, but when active, worked very well (best signal was after dark). We had one of the few pull through spaces with shade, which helped in the afternoon heat.
Quiet, clean campground. Host was friendly and helpful. Many discounts offered. Free Wi-Fi internet. Some sites not fully level (ours sloped backward), but workable. Lots of space between sites, no crowding here. No shaded sites, so be sure your a/c works. Two pools, two laundry and shower areas, two pavilions, two club rooms, and most important, the camp store sells ice.
Quiet park, host was friendly and helpful. If you like peace and quiet, this is a good place, in spite of a nearby junkyard, which one can neither see nor hear from the campground. As with many a KOA, the sites are close together, but if maneuvered carefully, are fairly easy to navigate. We have overnighted here more than once, and will do so again, simply for the quiet and actual darkness of the night.
Quiet, pristine park with a very friendly and helpful owner. Hilly location and narrow road may be a challenge to some. Two, big rig overnight pull-throughs are easy to get into/out of, but are so close together that slide-out issues may arise. Laundry and toilets/showers were extremely clean.
This park is pristine, the owners are friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi service was excellent at our site. Interstate road noise fades into the background very quickly. Railroad noise is minimal, just a far background noise. We stayed for several days and enjoyed it. We will definitely stay here again.