This park is very interesting. They offer a great hike into Seminole Canyon for $5.00 per person. It is led by volunteer naturalists and takes you into caves occupied by early aboriginal people. Lots of pictographs still in excellent shape. The visitor center is stunning, with displays of area wildlife, aboriginal and settlement information, and a large observation deck to look out over the canyon. The free Wi-Fi worked most of the time. It is close to Langtry , where we saw the Judge Roy Bean visitor center, an interesting piece of Texas history.
We stayed here for 4 days because the casino offers a shuttle to the downtown and strip areas of Las Vegas. We were put in the area of the park where permanent residents live, some of the RVs are quite old and run down. We were cited for having a leaky sewer hose, although it was not leaking, just some of the previous rinse water had spilled during hook-up. We had a problem with the water hook-up and the park sent a repair person within 10 minutes of our call. There are some trees around the park and a nice looking pool and hot tub. We were there during a big wind and cold spell so swimming was out. Security was always around and the police patrolled frequently.
We stayed here for one night coming home from Arizona. The park is spotless, with great amenities. The owners are so welcoming and friendly. They offer fresh baked pizza, delivered to your RV for a very reasonable rate. In the summer there is a pool, not yet in use, in the shoulder season there is an indoor hot tub available. We would recommend this park, it was a good place to stay. The Wi-Fi was excellent.