I recently declined to stay here due to previous reviews stating the area was overgrown with grass/weeds. Had the opportunity to drive thru this park while going thru Wichita Falls. I have NOT stayed here. The park IS now a Yogi Bear franchise and the entire park is very neat and well-manicured. There is a large structure under construction on the west side. There was an antiques show in progress when I drove thru. Just wanted to pass on that there is not a weed nor an upkeep problem at this campground now.
I was misled about the "riverside" sites--this park is located on both sides of the highway, and the 'riverside' just refers to the 'river side' of the highway. The 2 loops on the 'river' side are very close to the highway and plenty of traffic noise. The 30 amp sites (I was too late to get a 50 amp site) are less than 200' from the road. The 50 amp sites are a little farther away from the road, and closer to the river, but still not 'Riverside' sites. Only cabins are on the river. If it were hot summer, one AC might not cut it at the 30 amp sites. Shower/restrooms older, but clean, and get lots of use. A popular park over holidays. If you want quiet, and don't need 50 amp, then I would use the 'other side' of the highway sites--they are far enough from the road to keep the noise down.
First time here, on way to Glacier. Nice park, particularly for pets. Lots of grassy area near each pad. Check-in was easy; friendly folks. Large park, easy on/off interstate. Would stay again if we return. Airport near, did not bother us.
Very nice small state park. There are 8 pull-through sites with full hookups (30amp) that most any size of RV could fit in with some maneuvering needed on 2-3 of them. More sites with only water and electric and are back-in. Has cabins/shelters also. Arrived on Wed and only one other unit was occupied. Weekenders arrived Friday and the park was near full. Still, not noisy, no late-night parties. Lots of kids and dogs and all got along. Lake is small but fishable I hear. Good getaway from DFW for weekend: only 70 miles from south edge of Fort Worth. Texas Parks pass will save $5/day in/out fee. This is an old CCC constructed park that has been kept up well. NO TRASH that I could see and the rangers/staff were friendly. Lots of open areas to walk dogs and only a minor amount of soft burrs to bother them. Each FHU site has an aluminum table, charcoal grill, fire ring and lantern hangers. Not much to do in Meridian (2 miles) or Clifton (15). There is no ATT reception, but I hear Verizon works.
Very quiet park, away from highways. Also not a launching point for tubers/kayaks, so not a lot of that type noise around. Approach road/campground has lots of speed bumps that are very bone-jarring for a dually, but guess they are necessary. Internet site gives impression the CG is right on the Sam Marcos River--not! Not even a view, must walk down a trail about 50 yards or more to see the river. Point mentioned about the old trees is factual--large limb (8"+ diameter) fell off just across from us and would have really damaged a trailer/vehicle had there been one parked in the space. Some permanent residents apparent, but no mobile homes. Wi-Fi worked, but really slow at times. Many sites would have sight line problems for satellite, but cable feed is included in fee. I have camped around San Marcos/New Braunfels last few years at start of May, and all previous have suffered from noisy parties/motorcycles--this one was much quieter. Rate reflects one week 'premium' site at $185.
In spite of the other 2006 rating, I took a chance on this park because it had wireless. Had no problems, easy to get in and out. Paid $132 for the week + $16 electricity. Very clean restrooms. Has a pool, but didn't check it out. Very close to downtown Bandera, but off the highway (no noise). Has several spaces with view of the Medina River. Office is sparse for supplies and food, but town is easy walk. I believe this used to be a Jellystone park some years back. I would go back again.
This is a small park about 25 miles north of Kanab, UT. 14 pull-thrus/6 backins. It is an excellent base to go to Zion/Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef Parks. Very friendly owners and is well kept. Lots of grass between sites. No road noise. Plenty of room to walk dogs. Not having big trees wasn't a problem as nights were very cool and breezes were nice. I think the elevation is 5000' or so. Being in a "Canyon" leaves not much to view except for nearby hills--not a problem.
Spent 4 nights here recently, very nice park. Lots of shade, quiet, friendly people, stayed after closing when I said I was getting close to being there. Good value, good location to visit places on northeast to northwest parts of San Antonio. Easy to get to New Braunfels and Boerne.
As I type this, I am leaving this campground in the morning after 3 nights. I found it to be a very nice place to explore the Sedona area from, and it IS in town. 3 couples/rigs in our party, all want to stay longer, but park is booked up. Some of the sites are tight to get in, but the park personnel helped us back our rigs in. While a little hard to get in, once spotted, there is plenty of side room and grass. Totally shaded sites, most have large concrete pads for tables and whatever. WiFi worked good, sometimes slow. I would not hesitate to recommend this campground to our friends, and plan to return for a longer stay. I do not understand some of the negative posts about Rancho Sedona RV Park, so decided to put this on before I finished my vacation.