July 4th week, so we expected it to be crowded, and it was. Very little shade, so the a/c ran non stop, which is not usually an issue in most RV parks. The voltage ran a little low at Inks Lake, causing our breaker to blow frequently and the a/c to cut off. We camp at a lot of state parks and Texas frequently makes appeals for financial help, due to cuts in state funding. I want to give a tip, if you want people to spend money in your park to save your jobs, you need to be friendly to them. The ladies at the state park store got the award for "most rude". A visitor at our site got a written warning for not having paid to get in, yet her receipt/tag was taped to her windshield. The speed limit was 15, yet people drove by our site like it was a race track, including employees in marked state vehicles. We won't be back.
Great park for the kids. Nice fire pit / BBQ grill at each campsite, but watch the lengths of the sites. Most of them were fairly short, so our 30' 5th wheel was too long for most of them. Park was well kept, friendly park personnel and great trails. We'll come back for sure.
We already had plans to travel some distance away, but the weather didn't hold up there, so we needed somewhere closer to home. I called Grand Bayou and they accommodated us the same day. Fees were very reasonable and the RV park area was very nice. Spacious sites that were concrete and level. Everything was nicely mowed and there were fire rings/BBQ grills at every site. No Wi-Fi and, as previous posters stated, your cell will most likely not get service. Maintenance staff was very friendly! Nice park.