First impression was perfect. Just absolutely friendly staff. Very clean and pretty camp grounds. We were lucky and was assigned spot 27. This spot is located on a peninsula with about a 25' pier and sandy area to swim in with lots of room between us and the neighbor. They have inexpensive boat rentals and horse back riding. Take all the food you need, town is about 20 miles away. P.s., the showers are tricky. there is a single button to press to get the shower going. Turn that same button to regulate the water temperature.
There are 4 different areas to park an RV in 2 main areas of the park. The section across the Farm to Market road is a larger area and less congested choices of 30 amp and 50amp. The area on the Guadalupe side has 30 amp and 50 amp. All sites on the river side of the park are full hook ups, pull through sites with paved parking. This area has parking near the Farm to Market road that has awesome shade trees with most sites being 100% shaded, but you have road noise. The area nearest the river has little shade but covered picnic tables. All sites have fire rings with pull out grills. You can have your dog on a leash, but wierd deal is, no dogs are allowed in the river. The showers do not have shower curtains, but clean facilities. I have camped here twice and will camp here again. I can tell you some days the office staff (hired city employees) are very friendly, and some days short and curt. I guess the boss came through, since both were affected. Or a demanding camper. Who knows, but when they are nice, they are very pleasurable. There is a swimming area on the river, a vendor rents kayaks for $15/hour and tubes for $5/hour. The river is cool, clear, with minimal, or non existant current. They have a large meeting building with a/c and a kitchen for rent.
Rating Cooper Creek an 8 was tough. I would like to give them a 10. They do so much right. The bathrooms were always clean and fresh rugs put out daily in front of the showers. They have every amenity you need or want. They even have inexpensive boat rentals. The only problem is, and it's not a small one for me, is the limited space for each camp site. We were originally placed in the middle of camp. You're literally awning to trailer here. We moved the next morning to river side. This at least gave us a window of the river and not someone's face. Upon leaving, I was dumping our black/grey water and the neighbors came out to sit on the picnic table. Their table was 3 feet from the dump inlet. I think the privately owned camp ground is attempting to maximize income with the amount of property they have. I noticed many campers coming in the middle of the week and leave the next day. I wondered if they were moving to camp grounds with more room. The store on the property is equipped with fishing gear, camping supplies, and some RV supplies. Basically good inventory for commonly needed items. Also fairly priced for the convenience. I would probably camp here again for the river access and boat rental availability, but only if I could be guaranteed a river frontage camp site.