We loved this park. There are a lot of permanent residents, but people are friendly, and everything is beautifully maintained. There are gardens and a reflecting pool, but no swimming pool. There is a small dog run. There is a social hall with dance floor, plus a second building with what looked like a dance floor. Sites are gravel and large, but ours wasn't quite level. The location is close to downtown Fredericksburg. I would recommend making reservations rather than just dropping in because the park was full during our visit, and there were several rigs in an overflow area (awaiting an open spot). We'd definitely come back and stay longer the next time.
This small park is located in a city neighborhood with both a supermarket and dollar store within easy walking distance. The sites are large, gravel, and level. We did not not need to unhitch for our short stay. The park is pet friendly, but there is no dog run. Everything is well maintained. We'll definitely stay there the next time we're in the area.
This is our second stay at this park and we still like it. The sites are large, paved, and level, but there's no privacy between sites. It's clean and well maintained, and you'd better have a reservation because it fills up fast. We did laundry on this stay, and the cost was $1 per washer (larger than usual) and dryer. Amenities include a pool, new dog run, and bicycles that guests can borrow. Free continental breakfast is served every morning. We'd definitely stay there again.
This park is located about 2/3 of the way between San Antonio and Houston and a good place to stop for the night. The sites are large, gravel, level, and the setting feels like you're in the country: even though it's close to I-10 and a train track. Nevertheless, the trees provide a good buffer and we didn't find it loud at all but rather peaceful. Being a KOA, there's a small playground and a large old tree that has a swing rocker. There is only one bathroom/shower. There is a small dog run: in front of a large fenced forested area for a large unofficial dog park. We would definitely stay here again.
This is mainly a park for people passing through West Texas. As such, it served our purpose. The sites are gravel, level, and large enough that we did not have to unhitch. The park is pet friendly, but there is no dog run. There is a restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner (supposed to have very good barbecue), but we ate "at home. This is the last park for miles and miles heading east from Fort Stockton. We would stay there again.