Really nice, clean and serene park. Small pond and quiet areas to relax (or work outside) near it and no mosquitoes - yippee! Clean and well-maintained although there was a barn area that could use a little work. Wi-fi was weak and slow without our repeater (we were near the end of the park). Verizon phones had good service and 3G (in extended network). Management was GREAT. So friendly, kind and actually cared about their visitors. Religious, but not at all pushy or evangelizing if that's not your thing. Seriously refreshing how personable they were. Close to Mammoth Caves but not many options for groceries nearby in Cave City.
Great park with nice views. Only 7 miles away from West Yellowstone entrance. Super fast, newly installed internet. Friendly and helpful staff. Office was undergoing a remodel. The only complaint I have about this park is the mosquitos could have picked me up and carried me away. We had a difficult time being outside at all. Rate reflects Good Sam with two adults and 1 child.
Our price reflects the Passport America rate for one week. Campground was clean, but minimal. No fire pits, picnic tables etc. Only two 30 amp spots. Neighbors didn't have working water hookups. Not much shade, no grass, but a gorgeous view of the mountains and quiet, secluded area. Camp host was very talkative and friendly. Amenities clean. Wi-Fi was very weak from our site, had to use a booster antennae or go to the laundry room; very annoying. Not worth the $30 rate; wouldn't have stayed without the PA discount.
We paid $27 with a Good Sam discount. Pretty barren area; just gravel with small patches of grass. Surrounding areas aren't much but we were only passing through for the night. Clean, friendly, good Wi-Fi but a little pricey based on the scenery.
We paid the Passport America price. The scenery wasn't much but we were only pulling through for the night so we didn't venture out. The bathrooms and showers needed some cleaning. The WiFi was good but not great. Staff was friendly. Park was quiet. We'll stay again if we're passing through.
Beautiful park: has great swimming (not too cold or too warm), and a beautiful view with several deer roaming around. Only a few pull-through sites. Has friendly staff. Army Corps owned and run (open to civilians, of course). Only negative was the lack of cell service through most of the park and no WiFi. Otherwise we loved it.
Beautiful park: with fishing (no license needed within TX state parks), swimming in the lake, and gorgeous hiking trails. Has friendly, knowledgable staff. Extremely slow WiFi available only from the gift shop patio.
Definitely a favorite place to stay! It's off the beaten path a bit, worth the short drive to stay at this hidden gem. We stayed for a month for $300, with full hookups and WiFi. The park owners live on-site with their family and are amazingly accommodating and friendly. Our son had the best time with their kids and now considers them great friends. We were attending a rally at the time and they truly went above and beyond for everyone there. The surrounding area is equally gorgeous with rolling hills, cattle that stroll by and a beautiful walk down a pier to a nearby river. We look forward to the next time we pull through the area!
Park has very small spots; we could practically touch our neighbors. Plenty of long time residents but the park was well maintained and not trashy. WiFi was good but slowed down considerably in the evening. The front desk guy seemed a little inconvenienced by our last minute arrangements, and he reeked of cigarette smoke to the point it bothered my allergies. Overall it was fine for a pitstop on our way to TN.