A very small park. There are 6 or 7 spaces here, all of which are quite shady. We shared the entire park with two other campers. It's very quiet here and when it gets dark, it gets dark! We are talking advanced darkness. Best night's sleep yet. Deer, raccoon, and squirrel are abundant. The sunrise and sunset were astounding. Tight turn at the dump station, though. I had to unhook the anti-sway bar to get out of there. Park personnel were very friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Even though the bathhouse is still not functioning after the flood a few years ago and there is little to no TV reception we give this park a 10! We got our 38 foot motorhome in a space without any difficulty. Some of the road signs state the park is only open for day use but we called the park and they stated they are open for camping. Beautiful trees, secluded, peaceful, quiet with only the birds, owls and wildlife to watch. Lovely hiking trails. Original CCC buildings to enjoy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great hiking around park! No stores nearby. This park gets bad floods regularly so currently has no bathrooms, showers, sewer, or electricity. Water was available. Only a couple of sites were usable as winds had caused trees to fall on others. Definitely call ahead to see what is available! Verizon EVDO Internet service worked well for an air card in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Quiet, peaceful park. Very clean and the rangers are great. It's right on a river but it's kind of hard to get down to fishing level. Nice walking trails and some interesting history. Mother Neff State Park is the first Texas state park to be built. No sewer hookups but there is a dump station easily available in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful, quiet, country state park near Temple/Belton area. Bird watching, hiking trails, small playground and pavilion for group gatherings. Nightly rate does not include entrance fee. Bath-house is clean but needs updating. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.