Nice, typical, rustic Texas state park. This park's major attraction is swimming in the scenic river. May not be for you if not planning to swim / relax by the river daily. Hiking trails are not great for scenic appeal as compared to many other Texas state parks. Discovery center for kids is nice, but takes less than an hour to explore. One exceptional feature was owl calling at dusk by the river as suggested by a park ranger. Barred owls were prevalent and responsive to human calling. Google barred owls to learn how to do it. It is very easy and this greatly helped our enjoyment of this park as there is not too much to do here.
A true first class motor coach resort. Manicured landscaping, mature Christmas trees throughout, nice grass, excellent utilities, concrete roads, beautiful log club house, huge deck, jacuzzi, on and on and on, plus very cordial owner/host.
Excellent location close to town. Setting is in scenic canyon with great views. Stream is small, yet nice. All work campers extremely nice and keep the restrooms and grounds spotless. Owners are onsite and plant lots of ground coverings and flowers which definitely adds color. Would definitely stay here again. Another plus is highway entrance from the camp road was obviously engineered with campers in mind with safe, dedicated, protected lanes from the road leading to campground.
Very nice sites, all with full hookups. However, only two sites have 50 amp service. We had 50 amps, yet due to the cooler "mountain" temps 30 amp service would have been fine for us. The forest and hiking are absolutely incredible. Lots of birds and butterflies. Saw no bears, but park ranger said they are around yet stay away from public. We felt very safe. The mountain top views are truly amazing. We spent five nights here. A real forest / hiking treasure.