Super convenient to the interstate so perfect if you are just looking for a place to spend the night and move on - we didn’t even unhook. The internet didn’t work for us but we were only there one night so we didn't try to fix that. You can walk to Sonic. This is right behind a gas station that was very noisy until around midnight; the RV park is run by the same people at the gas station – so you think they’d have more courtesy for their RV residents.
Great location: close to the main mission and you can take one bus to the River Walk and the Alamo. The bus stop is right there at the office. If you bring your bike, you can access the River Walk bike path without really leaving the grounds. And the grounds are very well maintained.
Great place to stay – very friendly. Very convenient to interstates; has cable; and they will even shuttle you free to things within 3 miles. We took the shuttle to the Cowboy Museum (which is very good – lots of art and artifacts). They brought us there in a van, and picked us up in a limo on for the ride back! The office is in a large, attractive building that has a large lounging area with comfortable sofas and a TV. There is also a ping-pong table and a couple of pool tables, free to use.
We stayed one night on our way through this area. The owners living on site and are very friendly. The park is very well maintained. Bath and showers are very clean. There is a catch-and-release fishing pond, and paths to walk through a wild area with lots of birds - a good way to stretch your legs after driving all day! They also have 3 cute little cabins. Would definitely stay here again.
We stayed in a spot on the river - very scenic. The park is well maintained, friendly staff, and nice landscaping. Cute little cabins and yurts are available too. They also rent kayaks and canoes. Very nice - we would definitely stay here again. This is very close to Garvan Woodland Gardens too.
Very well maintained - we enjoyed our stay. We stayed for several weeks and it was quiet and well maintained. The restrooms were spotless! Not much shade but there are a few sites with a tree. Convenient location to the interstate. The only reason I gave it a 9 and not a 10 is that the Wi-Fi seemed a bit slow.
We stayed there twice this year - once in the spring and once in the summer. We stayed in the Bottomland in the spring and the Upland in the summer - probably should've done it the other way around! It rained when we were in the bottomland and the wet silty mud on the ground was hard not to track inside. But, there are wonderful shady sites, some on the water. And a great little sandy path through the woods to the river. The upland sites were really hot in the summer. Since this is a new state park the new trees in the upland area are still small. There are tall pines, but need more shade. There is a wonderful walking trail through the woods. Lots of up-and-down - not flat!
This is a delightful, shady place to stay. The owners live on-site and are friendly and helpful. It's located on Toledo Bend lake and has a boat ramp too. We had wonderful breezes and a nice view of water, trees, and wildlife. There is a dog-walking field (must keep your dog on a leash). There is also a little store and restaurant in front on the highway. They also rent cabins.