We've heard a lot about this park and we won't be back. People were nice enough, but the park is just a mess. Wife commented on the bathrooms being filthy and ancient. It was raining while we were there, the roads looked more like lakes rather than roads. Lots of big ruts. I drive a 4x4 rig and didn't want to chance it, it was that bad.
Sites 1-10 are in a "wagon wheel" arrangement, and they have full hookup. A few short trees in the area, not many. Fire pits are located all towards the center of the "wheel" so if you're looking for semi-privacy here, you just won't get it. The "wheel" is set up for a driver-side backup, so putting your rig in your slot is easy. Also, every spot has a tropical shelter over it (i.e. a roof with no walls) so there is a way to stay out of the sun/rain. That's a nice feature you don't see very often. The pull through sites are the "U off the side of the road" types. As is typical of older Texas state parks, the U is short and has a steep entry/exit angle. I think there's only about 2-3 spots where I could fit my rig. It is nicely situated off the side of the stream though, and looks like it would be a great spot to camp -- if you can get in. These sites are water/electric only. Not a bad park, but I doubt we'd make it a destination. Would be great as a stopover park.
This has got to be one of my favorite small parks. Be aware that there is an inner an outer ring of sites in a large loop. There's only one or two spots on the outer loop that you can get a big rig in -- the others are popup sized, and can be quite off level. The inner loop sites are nice, reasonably level and big rigs fit fine there. Really a quiet park at night. It's a swampy area so your mileage may vary with mosquitoes during the summer. Walking down to the river is nice, and the water runs fast and cool. Great way to spend a hot summer day.