An older campground, typical KOA. Staff was friendly, sites were wide and long enough, but were unlevel gravel. Used for an overnight. Would probably drive a little more next time and find another park.
Loved this park. Very clean, staff extremely friendly. Used this an a overnight and was so impressed we tried to add a few more nights, but park was booked. A lot of snowbirds with activities scheduled every day. Would definitely stay here again, but will make reservations for a few days ahead of time!
This park is a distance from downtown New Orleans and is not easy to get to. Takes 20-25 minutes to town. Sites are wide enough, but are all back-in and were shorter than normal. Park appears to be an older park shaped like a horseshoe. We were placed on the back side and appreciated the help backing in. The reason for the 7 instead of 8 was the potholes. Some were over a foot deep. Staff was friendly and helpful. We didn't use the shuttle and chose to drive downtown. Parking is very expensive near the French Quarter. We would probably stay here again, unless something closer was available.
Spent 4 nights here and enjoyed our stay. The office staff were very nice and helpful. The park has a breakfast on Saturdays and other activities during the week. There appears to be a lot of permanents or snowbirds, but sites were kept neat and clean. Park appears to be a distance to downtown San Antonio, but the freeways are close and you can be at the Riverwalk in about 20 minutes. The city bus going downtown does run about a half block from the park. The only negative about this park were some of the sites had a steep grade at one end. The sites were long enough to park a rig on a level section, so wasn't really a problem. Would stay here again.
Used this park for an overnight. Hosts were nice and site was long enough, but like other reviewers the grass was soggy and mud puddles were everywhere. The roads and sites are paved, but don't step off them. The electrical posts were surrounded by water with a concrete block set next to them so you wouldn't have to stand in water to hook everything up. During the dry months this would be a good choice, but appears to have a high ground water during the winter.
Used this park for an overnight due to an emergency with our dog. Short pull-through sites, had to disconnect the truck. Sites were close together, and had to back out in the morning because the neighbor hadn't unhooked his truck and was blocking the driveway. Lots of permanent residents. Office staff was friendly but probably wouldn't stay here again.
We used this park for an overnight. The park hosts were very friendly and helpful. It's about 10 miles off the interstate. A very quiet and serene area with large oak trees and well maintained. This would be a great park if you enjoy nature trails and a peaceful setting. My only complaint was the $20 fee for camping plus the $8 entrance fee. We didn't purchase the Texas park pass (about $75) which would have saved some, but just thought the cost was high when compared to other states.
We used this state park for a overnight. It turned out to be about 15 miles off the interstate, but was worth the drive. We didn't have reservations and was placed in one of the four overflow sites. The sites still had water/electrical hookups, but was gravel. The park sits at the base of a local mountain range known for the rocks (hence the name) and the sunsets are beautiful. Would return, but only during the spring months as it would get hot here.
This was our 1st time visiting, but it won't be the last. We were looking for a quick weekend get away, where it was warmer and drier than Seattle area and a chance to practice some golf. This was the place. The park is older, with gravel sites, but very clean and owners are extremely friendly. Not all the sites are set up for sewer (you'll need to ask), but that wasn't an issue for us and got a site right on the 9th hole. We will be back again for a weekend soon.
This is our second year camping at this campground. It has became very popular with the "senior" crowd since last year with the perfect September weather and beautiful surroundings. The campground owners and staff go out of their way to be helpful, including making a point of coming down each day and bringing treats to our two dogs, contacting local restaurant owners to get dinner reservations, and serving up delicious cinnamon rolls daily. If your looking for a place to relax and enjoy the scenery, then this is the campground to stay when your in the Joseph area.