This park is phenomenal. Sites are large with plenty of elbowroom between you and your neighbors. Each picnic table is under a shelter which makes making meals in the Texas sun much more enjoyable. Smaller children may like swimming in the concrete “pool” that is next to the dam, but do yourself a favor, and go down about 300 yards west from the bridge and on the south side of the river is a great place for children of all ages to play in the water, from toddler to teenagers, the water varies in depth to accommodate all. Kayaks, canoes and tubes make this a great place to camp; there are several stores within walking distance in case you forget something.
Good park for adults and teenagers, smaller children did not have a playground. Lots of hiking opportunities. Hikes are pleasant, but the trails are not well marked. Campsites seemed close, but could have just been our neighbors. Park host were helpful.
Nice Park. River has lots of picnic tables, and places for adults and children to swim and play in the water. Fishing was excellent. Campsites have good seperation from each other. Campsites are a bit of a hike to the river, but should not provide much difficutly for most. Bring you own firewood, bundles provided by the state are small, five pieces of wood per bundle, it's cedar, and did not burn very well.
Nice Park, lots to do with the kids, horseback riding, playground, swimming, canoeing, hiking all part of the facility. Sites are not too close together but easy to get to all parts of the park. Firewood available at check-in for those who do not want to bring their own. Will go back.
Great Park. Nature trail has information guide to be used as educational tool for children. First time we camped at a park with "Park Host". Our host was friendly and helpful. Some of the sites are small, so if your RV is larger might try to get there a little early to get a spot that will accommodate your RV.