We stayed here overnight on our way to S.W. Colorado from Texas. The rate is approximate, I don't remember the exact rate, but it reflects electric and water hook ups only. The camp owner was at the front desk and was very professional. The camp grounds have a restaurant on site, and the food was quite good. Nice to just walk there instead of unhooking and driving somewhere, particularly after towing for 12 hours. The camp grounds are in Santa Rosa on historic Route 66, and offers a good location if you are site seeing. I would stay elsewhere if I wanted a more country setting. I gave the park an 8 rating because it doesn't appeal to me for a long term stay, unless there was some reason I needed to be in town. I prefer more country. I highly recommend it for an over night stay.
Rate is based on a monthly rate. I really like this park. It was exactly what I was looking for. The spaces are large with lots of country setting and large live oak trees. The roads are not paved but have a good base material. The sites are pretty level and covered with small gravel so they won't be muddy when it rains. The camp hosts are super nice and so was everyone I met. Most of the people we met were staying for a few weeks/months. We took motorcycles to ride the great roads in the area, left everything out while we were gone and nothing was ever missing or "messed" with. The park has a large and nice community center, washers and dryers, and private restrooms/showers for those tent camping. Highly recommended.
I did not camp here but toured the facility to see what amenities it had and how the sites were laid-out. The park is right on Highway 16 so access is very good; however, Highway 16 is not a recommended route here from Kerrville south for RV's due to the steep grades and sharp curves. There is another route out of Kerrville that you should take. The view of surrounding hills is quite nice, and the setting is very tranquil with the river running through the property. The nicest sites are the cabins, and the RV sites are somewhat close together without any shade trees. Interior roads are paved, while the RV pads are gravel. Each RV site had full hookups and many were pull through. accommodating long rigs. Each site had a concrete patio where the picnic tables are placed, and each has a fire pit for camp fires. The park has a well stocked general store and has gas and diesel. Overall very nice, bit for long stays I prefer sites that are further spaced and nestled in the trees as opposed to the more open sites here. But if I had a bigger travel travel, I would definitely consider this because of the ease of access and large pads. The nightly rate is the latest advertised.