Very nice and shady park. We stayed here a week while biking Willard Munger Trail. We were happy with the park. Beware there is no dump station and you also have to pay the daily or annual vehicle pass fee in addition to camping fee. The park is small and was quiet even over Labor Day weekend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Since this campground hasn't been reviewed in a while, I thought we'd add our two cents. Sites are mostly level and private. A big 5th wheel might be able to maneuver, but not a big motorhome. Detected no noise from I-35 during our stay. Dust is a big issue, though. Road goes from asphalt to gravel/dirt almost immediately after leaving the office and it's a half mile in to the campground. Most sites seem to have full sun, we were fortunate to get one that is mostly shaded (34E). There is a $7 fee for online reservations plus the $5 per day vehicle fee (waived for tow car). Very nice little exhibit about agate in the office/visitor center. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and nice campground. Lots of trees and private setting. Not a good place for big rigs or satellite TV. All sites are back-ins. Room for your camper, vehicle, and one or two tents. All shaded at some time during the day. Only noise is from I-35 about a mile away from the campsites. Lots of wildlife to watch. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Great new campground...very private sites and quiet for the most part (slight hum from I-35). There were a lot of trees to hide each site from one another. Great boat access. Our new favorite campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.