Primitive campground with no hook-ups or restrooms. They had clean pit toilets and water spigots spread throughout the campground. Surrounded by beautiful Ponderosa Pine trees, and only two miles or so south of the South gate of the GC entrance. Sites were fairly level and spread out compared to sites in the national park or at the Camper Village in town. Very quiet while we were there for two nights and its location made it easy to return to the canyon for sunsets or hikes or other canyon visits. We would stay here again, especially for the rate and location.
This was our first big KOA destination type campground stay. We typically like the calm and quiet of the state parks but were in San Diego for Sea World, Zoo and beaches over the July 4 weekend. You are packed in tight with other campers and the campground was at 100% occupancy. It was fairly loud and active during the day and we were wondering how it was going to calm down at 10pm, but surprisingly, our neighboring campers were very aware of the quiet hours and shut it down and quieted down at 10pm on the dot. The campground has everything to offer: pool, rec room, horse shoes, bike rentals, basketball court and on and on. 20 minute drive to the zoo or Sea World or downtown. Very clean grounds. Overall an interesting experience for us. A bit expensive but proximity to destinations made it worth it.
Convenient when traveling I-40. We were on our way to the Grand Canyon S. Rim and this put us only a few hours drive away. Very clean campground, the restrooms were the cleanest we have seen at any state park or private campgrounds. We only stayed the night on our way to west, but would definitely recommend this to others and the ruins add a nice stretch after a long day of driving.
Nice that it was closest to the Caverns, this place is definitely not a destination but works for one or two nights if you are there to see the caves and bats. There is a large gift/souvenir shop where you check in and the staff was very helpful. We wanted a certain site but it was 50-amp, and we only need 30 and the staff allowed us to use a converter with a $30 deposit, and because we were leaving early the next morning, before the staff arrives to work, they arranged for us to meet the maintenance man early in the morning and he had our deposit for us. The only real positive about the park is its proximity to the Caverns.
Neat little place next to a Pecan Tree orchard. Easy access to the Llano River for the kids to splash around in. This is a good place for a one-night stay if you are traveling through west Texas. Like the other reviews mention, you're almost in someone's backyard, albeit a huge backyard. The restrooms need some updating but for just one night it was fine. Deer came through at dusk and it's a very quiet place just10 minutes off I-10.