It is what it is. Nothing to brag about, just a very simple, no frills, family run park that will give you a place to stay. It is in the middle of this very small town in the middle of nowhere with only one way in and one way out, via Highway 87 and the very tall MLK bridge. We originally had dry docked at the Sea Rim State Park, 10 miles South, but had to leave due to bad weather and very strong wind gusts. Didn't want to chance the bridge so we stayed here overnight until the weather cleared. Town has much storm damage, but this park did the trick. We had a quiet night with no problems. Only half full. It has no office, management is off site, so we just pulled in and called the number on the sign. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.