Super friendly owners and clean campground. My husband loved the super big shower with the rain shower head. Wi-Fi was very fast. They even sell fresh eggs in the office. There is a fire ring and "conversation area". It is located at the intersection of two highways which we thought might be an issue but we did not hear any highway noise. The problem is the train tracks. Several times during the night a train would come through and each time we could hear it. I swear it was 8 times. (maybe it just seemed that many, but it was an issue). If these owners had a campground in another location it would be a great campground, but in this location, sadly, we will not return.
This is the 3rd year we have stayed here for a month in February. The night is based on a monthly rate including the electric charge. Staff for the most part is friendly enough as are the neighboring campers. The sites are much too close together (maybe 7-8 feet). This year the motorhome next to us were very rude by leaving their windows open and TV blaring so we could hear it in our camper even with the AC on and windows closed. They came around on the back side and cleaned out their storage spaces in our area and were just generally not respective of our personal space (which was extremely limited anyway because of how close the sites are together). The best thing is that the campground is right on the beach, but it was very windy several days and everything was full of sand from the beach. You can't leave your windows open because the sand blows. We enjoy being next to the beach, however, the space limitations and recent price increase (to $625 plus electricity) have made us choose another campground next year. For a weekend it would be a fine campground if you spend all your time on the beach and not outside your camper.
Great RV park. We have stayed here before and would stay again without a doubt. The majority of the units are long stay "winter texans" when we were here. We just stayed two nights and had a Passport America discount. It is flat with enough room between sites (not great, but ok). Everyone was friendly, from the other campers to the employees. There was a resident chicken that made the rounds to every campsite checking for food which was fun. It's close to everything and makes it easy to see the sites of San Antonio.
This campground was clean, fairly nice and the pads are long enough, however, they are not very flat for the larger units. We had to use a lot of blocks. There are also many sand burrs along the edge of the water. If you have dogs beware of this. Since this was February it wasn't very busy. I'm not sure what it would be like in the high summer season. We would probably stay here again.
This campground is right on Lake Madison (although you have to walk down 50 stairs to get to it or walk down to the man-made beach). During the summer there are lots of people at the small beach area. There are a couple very nice shelters as well. It is flat and spread out. No water hookups which was an issue because the water in the campground is rusty. When we stayed here in August the dump station was not working either. The park ranger is friendly. A big word of warning: when they say they close the gates at 10:00, they lock the gates and you will not get back in! Because we stay here to visit friends, we will return. Even with the lack of water/sewer it is a pleasant campground. The majority of the sites are small back-ins, but there are 15 or so sites that work fine for bigger rigs, although they can be tricky to get into from the road.
We camped here with two others for Oktoberfest. It is convenient to Amana. Very flat campground, level sites. Staff is friendly enough (not over the top, not rude). We come back every year and will continue to do so. The only real problem is the lack of trees, and it is out in the open so if the wind is blowing, it's going to really blow here.