This city owned park is right on the beach. It is closer to town than the state park. Seawall Blvd takes you right to it. Our only complaint was that it was very windy, but that may just have been a luck factor. We would go there again.
This is a new park and is still a work in process. What is there is good. There are no trees. The entire park is gravel in the fashion common in the southwest. It is 545 O'Kelley Rd east of NM 11, south of town. We stayed overnight and would do so again. No train or road noise.
The campsite is $25, but they charge another $5 entrance fee, effectively $30 per night. We were welcomed by a group that was gathered there. During a pot-luck dinner we were joined by a doe and her bouncy fawn. Later 3 javelinas came by to check us out. The park has lots of shade trees. There hiking trails and a road to the top of the mountain. Nice view at the top. There is an observatory up the road with visitor facilities. The town of Ft Davis has some interesting shops and a restored fort.
This park had a lot of semi permanent working folks. They were well behaved, but it is a real stretch to call it a resort. It was next to the Interstate, but we did not have a noise problem. San Antonio has much for visitors to see, so we didn't spend much time in the trailer. The $20 rate was Passport America.
Very nice park. $9 was Golden Age rate. Sites were pull through and level side to side, but not front to back. I had to unhitch in order to level our trailer. There was a hummingbird flying around in the office when I checked in.
Convenient location on Gulf to Bay Blvd (FL 60). Rate was Passport America. We went up to Tarpon Springs for some Greek food, down to Ft. De Soto and drove along the Gulf beaches. Nice clean, friendly park. It was off season and not crowded.
There was no sign at all to identify El Paso St. We found it after hunting around the town. What we saw driving down the street would be better suited to be a used car lot. The weeds were 2' high. There were no other rigs present. The office was in the bar next store. We did not stay.
$14.50 was W&E, Passport America. We had neither TV nor a computer. Nice clean, friendly park. When we returned in November there was a L.O.W. event and they were full, so we had to go down the road. We would stay there again.