There wasn't much to this park but was a good stopping off point after leaving Big Bend National Park headed to Brownsville. Directions from our GPS took us to a not desirable area, but a friendly fellow gave us directions. It is very basic with no amenities and seems to have many permanent residents. W/D available in office as well as a book-trade section. No one was in the office when we arrived but I called on the phone and she came down. I don't know that I would stay here long term but it served its purpose. It was clean and level. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We got in very late and our RV site was not ready for that night. Called this park, and the manager answered promptly. Said to please come on in, pull into the only site available and showed us when we got here. I would stay in this park again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access to a grass site. No Amenities to speak of. Many long term people. Quiet park even though near a highway. Nothing to do in this very small town. Water pressure was good. This park is up for sale. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Shore Services: Mostly 30a limited 50amp but services is good, Sewer good, Water pressure over 40psi - WiFi: None - AT&T Cell Phone: Good signal - Sprint Air Card: 1x only -80dbm - Cable: Good. Surprising how good it is for such a small park. - Site: Grass - Has grass burrs that get in the RV. Had to level but it was reasonable for this type of park. - Site Size: Long enough for most RV's - Site Closeness: Fairly close. Can open awning with no problem of being to close - Roads: Gravel - Restrooms: Didn't use - Laundry: 2 washers & 2 dryers in office. Not accessible late in the evening. - Long term tenants: a few contractors living here. - DirecTV Satellite: Didn't use sat. Nothing to block reception - Discounts: None - Payment: $20 Cash or Check Only - No Credit card - This park is ok for a night or two if you are just passing through. If you need to stay here for a longer time it would be ok. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice litte RV Park off the beaten path. Nice place to stay for short stays or overnights. Well kept grass sites with gravel roads. All hookups easy to reach. I found the sewer connection to be very small and was just able to get my connection to fit in the hole. Management was a very friendly older couple who escorted me to my site and made sure I was pleased with my location. The few apparent permanent residents all were kept clean in appearance. Location is directly off the highway in the corner of a small residential area with easy access in and out. I found that the road noise could be a little distracting at night but not as loud as other locations I have stayed in before. The highway running next to the park is not a major interstate per say so traffic is not that bad. This is not a major destination park or town. Carrizo Springs as a stop would mostly attract hunters or overnighters and for this I found the park to be a clean, comfortable place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.