If this park had sewer hookups, it would rate a 10. Great sites with lots of space and new, level parking pads. Each site has a picnic table and a grill; some have smoker pits also. The park is small and quiet and TV is pretty much out of the question. Stay here to read and hike and enjoy nature (we had about 10 deer in the field next to us this morning). We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in site #2 which is the only site besides the camp hosts that has full hookups. This park has several bike and hike trails. The trail through the palmettos is fun. Luling is close by. City Market BBQ is very popular. We ate lunch at Blake's which was very good. The oil museum run by the Chamber of Commerce between these two restaurants was interesting. Buc-ee's is on the way to Luling and is always a must stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here and really enjoyed the park, the park is very clean, well spaced, plenty of shade. ATT signal very strong (posting this review from our RV spot right now) bathrooms very clean. The walking trails were exceptional and made so event the most amateur of hiker could enjoy them, even in 100 degree heat the shade helped keep us cool. The park host were exceptionally friendly and helpful. Two drawbacks are no sewer hookup (dump station on the way out); and if you are trying to use your satellite dish, you are out of luck because of all the trees (it is a trade off for the wonderful shade) although one or two RV's managed to get a signal. You won't be disappointed in this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We'd forgotten how nice this old CCC park is. An hour from either Austin or San Antonio, it's a true gem of Texas campgrounds. The CCC created some marvelous buildings that are well kept up. There are many trails, a small ox-bow lake for fishing, and the San Marcos river rushes between the tent and RV campgrounds. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A little jewel in the woods. Very quiet. Small park with hiking opportunities along park paths. Nice CCC structures to view. Lots of trees so satellite not available at all sites. Verizon not too strong a signal. I've stayed here before and will again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is what all campgrounds should be like. Generous sized spaces under a canopy of trees. Grills and fire rings, some spaces even had small smoker-style bbq's. Lovely marked trails along the river. Unfortunately the weather did not cooperate with us, but would stay here again if given the opportunity. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is in an area that had quite a bit of rain in the days prior to our stay. Some of the walking trails were closed. This was a typical Texas State Park and was good for our one night stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground for kids and adults. Lots of room between sites, yet close enough to mingle with the neighbors. Great trails, lake for jumping off pier, warm spring for slow/ short tubing. Hosts and park managers friendly and visible every few hours. Take your canoes, kayaks, bikes, hiking gear. Lots of shade, paved sites, and super clean. Will do it again...we were pleasantly surprised. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
One of our favorite state parks. Wooded sites and privacy. Sewer not available, but there is a dump station. Fee does not include the park entry fee of $3, which is waived if you hold a state parks pass. We stayed for two nights and will return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this quiet little park. The trails are easy and in the spring were beautiful and loaded with wildflowers and palmettos. Saw several interesting birds here, including some Cedar Waxwings and Crested Caracaras. They are expanding their trail system further, which will be great. Our campsite was large and fairly well shaded. The park host was very friendly and helpful. He sold ice and firewood, which is always appreciated. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This has got to be one of my favorite small parks. Be aware that there is an inner an outer ring of sites in a large loop. There's only one or two spots on the outer loop that you can get a big rig in -- the others are popup sized, and can be quite off level. The inner loop sites are nice, reasonably level and big rigs fit fine there. Really a quiet park at night. It's a swampy area so your mileage may vary with mosquitoes during the summer. Walking down to the river is nice, and the water runs fast and cool. Great way to spend a hot summer day. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very quiet park. Lots of good walking trails through the palmettos. Tons of deer to watch and we walked up on a baby hog. Sites are small and have no growth in between for privacy. You can see every site in the small park. All have grills, fire rings and table. Everything was clean. Good park to see once. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My problem with this park was that it had very small campsites and hard angles on some of the roads with overgrowth (where big trailers have trouble navigating the turns). Our campsite we could barely get into, and even then it was so un-level that the bumpber was on the ground and the jackstand an unsafe height in the air. luckily, we were just passing through and stayed only one night. Camp rangers also were not friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is what a state park should be; tree covered, quiet, nice pads, and plenty of hiking trails. Sites are large and have a pad with picnic table, a fire pit, and separate barbecue. Electric and water only at the sites with a dump station, no cable or WiFi; just the noise from crows and other birds. You'll need a portable dish for satellite TV and 50' of coax to find a hole in the trees. About six miles off I-10 and 12 miles from the nearest town (Gonzales) with a small Wal-Mart and a few restaurants. There is fishing in a small lake and the San Marcos river. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely little park. Just a few w/e sites on one loop, tent sites on the other loop. Some short hikes in the woods, but watch out for skeeters and no see'ums. A good base to visit historic towns in the area, like Gonzalez, Yoakum, Luling and Shiner. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Small park but very nice. On the banks of the San Marcos River. I would think big rigs might have trouble maneuvering into sites. Logs of Texas history in the area; very unique ecosystem within the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.