I stayed one night. It is not a Big-Rig friendly place. Access roads are very narrow and there are no pull-through sites. If you aren't an expert at backing your big rig, I wouldn't consider this place. Pros: Shady. Cons: Only a few spots can be backed into with something over 30' unless you are a real pro. The access roads are narrow with pretty good drop offs. I had three guys try and help me get my 35' fifth wheel into a spot and nearly had a disaster. The angle of the pads is too sharp for the narrow access road and the pad entrances are narrow with ditches on both sides. I dropped two wheels of the trailer into the culvert and thought the whole thing was going to tip over. If you have a tent or a smaller trailer this would be a good place.
Stayed for 9 weeks. I originally stayed for a week, like it so I stayed a month, then went another month. I think this place is a hidden gem. It's my understanding it is under new management since the old reviews. They are still planting trees. Pros: All the pads look new, bathroom/laundry building is new (I didn't use it), basically everything is new. They built a fenced-in dog area while I was here. The restaurant has good food and plenty of alcohol. Beach is nice and my dog played ball in the lake every day. Lake is huge and gorgeous. Not real busy. Quiet. Excellent Wi-Fi, not intermittent. Cons: No trash cans but one at the covered picnic area. When I picked up the waste after my dog, I'd have to carry it for a long haul before I could toss it. Main trash bin for customers was overflowing every Sunday. Ants (hey, it's Texas after all). No propane fill on site. No supply store on site but there is plenty of shopping nearby, so not a big deal.