Restrooms and showers were not so clean. Sites are narrow, way too close together. Wifi available at office sometimes. I was told they had 50 amp sites only to arrive and find only 30 amps. They mainly cater to those seeking a Dude Ranch experience. This was a quiet park because this is their off-season. It is centerally located between the beautiful little town of Fort Davis and the Mc Donald Observatory. It is also close to Davis Mountains State Park, and Alpine and Marfa,TX.
When our tow vehicle broke down this was the closest park we found. We probably would have enjoyed the park more if not for the breakdown. They worked with us as far as a refund when when our vehicle was ready two days earlier than promised. Great staff, friendly and knowledgable of the area.
Getting into the park is easy ,but pulling out is difficult if you are in the 50 amp sites. Staff seems to be unknowledgeable of area. They do not enforce pet rules; there are cats running around. Seems to be child friendly. There is a playground, but I believe the children I saw live here permanently. There are quite a few long term sites.
Most beautiful views of rolling hills and Shenandoah Valley. Would definitely stay again. Stayed here one month and did not run out of things to do. Luray is a beautiful little town close by with anything you could need. Laundry very well kept. Owner/ operators very nice and knowledgeable of area.
Extremely friendly, family owned and operated. Beautiful little park just off highway. Doesn't look big, but when you get in there, there's plenty of space. Area ia Canada's version of Arizona. Beautiful scenery,sunrise to sunset. Owner was very helpful when our tow vehicle broke down. Definitely would stay here again.