Overall ok however there are several issues a potential camper must know about: 1. If not a Texas state park pass holder you must pay $5 per person per day (13 or older). This is not included in the camping cost. Example it was $32 per night for my family. 2. Camp ground portion is very sparse. No trees just basically cement, dirt and picnic table under cover. 3. No shower doors or curtains in the restrooms. Do not think that it is not a nice park to visit because the swimming area was great and the kids really enjoyed swimming there but it gets very crowed on weekends and holidays.
Nice place to stay during the spring or fall but the summers are too hot for me. The night we stayed we enjoyed a lecture of the night sky that was excellent. This park allows you to hunt for and take rock from the park. The first time we stayed the kids enjoyed collecting rocks of different types and we took them home and tumbled them. After the first time though the kids didn't want to do again. Novelty wore off after that.
Nice little campground out of the way and seems to be overlooked. Stayed one night and my kids really enjoyed it. Walked the Lava flows and was amazed, never seen anything like it and would stay again however probably wouldn't stay more than 2 nights.
This is a RV park located on a military base. Access is limited to Military personnel / DOD civilians. The RV portion was located on the back corner of the base and was quite. Had plenty of shade, free washers and dryers, and access to all military facilities. Also located next to US90 which provided quick access to San Antonio.