We really enjoyed our stay here. The lady in the front office was nice enough to put us in a site that had a fire ring, and was right next to one of the three ponds. Fishing was fun and the park was very well kept. I highly recommend this park for a neat little get away.
We went here on a fishing trip and pretty well had the park all to ourselves. Bathrooms were fairly clean and roads were kept up. Long pull through sites made it easy to park but did require a little leveling. Not too much shade, but it is deep in the heart of south Texas where shade is not too common. The lake is beautiful, and the bass fishing is like none other!
This is a very nice park. Each site has a picnic table and a grill but the grills are nothing to write home about. The grating is to high above the charcoal. Pets only allowed if they weigh less than 15 pounds. The park was very clean and has a great spot on the river!
I was slightly worried about this park when driving to my spot because they have all the permanent residents in the front. However, once you get back to the lakeside spots, it really becomes a neat park. Rig access was a little tight and there was barely enough room for the slide-out, however, once we got pulled in it was worth it. Each lakeside spot has its own pier and when they say “lakeside,” they mean lakeside! We were probably 20 feet from the water. This was nice especially since they are a pet friendly park and our dogs could go play in the water. The pool looked to be nice as well but we did not swim in it. I’m not sure if they have 50 amp services or not. We looked around a little while for a 50 amp spot for our friends but could not find one. There is Wi-Fi access at the office. My only complaints were how hard the spots were to get into and the bathrooms were terrible (but there’s a very clean bathroom in my R.V. ;-) )
This park is a beautiful park with a very scenic view of the Llano River. The lady that runs the park is extremely friendly and helpful. There are a few RV spots that would fit probably up to a 28' rig. The park is older so the sites were designed for shorter, older rigs so getting pulled in right, level, and getting hook-ups connected is somewhat tricky. However, if you have a rig that will fit these spots, the park is very neat.
This is a decent park considering it is in the middle of the desert. It was actually the best looking park in the area. We had to switch spots after figuring out that our slide-out would not come all the way out due to the site being small. The staff politely changed out our site to a much nicer one. Only some sites have picnic tables and only some have grills. Roads/drives are gravel and the sites are not very roomy.
Rayford Crossing is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. The park is very clean, restrooms are immaculate, and the host are very friendly. The only complaint I have is that there are not any trails or nature walks in the resort itself.