We stayed here for 2 nights. All cement roads and RV pads, picnic tables, and generally well cared for resort. We used our Passport America card and got the 1/2 off rate. Construction on Texas 135 in front of the resort, but they had wide driveways and we had no problem getting in or out with our 40' motorhome. Very friendly staff, and escort to the site. We would definitely return.
The sites are all on grass. Ours had a broken sewer connection, it was just a horizontal pipe in the ground with a piece broken out. On checking in we were told there was only one site available as the rest were filled with long term renters. 3/4 mile long entrance road, and all park roads are rough gravel and very dusty. Dogs and cats were allowed to run loose and were not picked up after.
We reserved ahead, site unseen, for a holiday weekend, and were required to pay for 3 days. They claimed to have sites for RVs up to 50', but getting into the sites without damaging your rig is almost impossible. There are low branches, sharp turns in the campground, no cell phone coverage, no satellite (lots of trees). The owners seemed nice enough, and when we requested a refund, they complied right away. It would have been a long weekend without phones, internet, or TV, and only 30 amp electric.