OK, all the reviews that say noise isn't a problem must be really hard sleepers or have super sound insulation in their rigs. Southwest and American Airlines blasts off at the crack of dawn every day, every 40 minutes or so til 9 a.m. Then in the afternoon it starts all over until 8 p.m. But that's not near as exciting as the life flight helicopter coming over so low at 2 a.m. that I began to wonder if the air conditioner was still on the roof. Oh but before that you get the 1:30 a.m. freight train rumbling by. Of course on Saturday night you get to listen to the melodic thumping of the latest dance hits from the club just to the south of the park. What a party that was last night! Other than that all the reviews are right on.
We stay here in the fall and winter months and it's nice and quiet. If you have dogs there is a lot of space to take them for a walk or run. Always enjoy the RV park and come back every chance we get. Take the extra time it takes to get here, you won't be disappointed.
Nice and quiet this time of year. Much better than being at the other place on Knickerbocker. If you stay in Angelo much you know where I'm talking about. Watch the tree branches some are hanging low, but nice to have trees for a bit of shade. Lots of room in the park for pets. Deer all around and good places to do some shoreline fishing.
A big quiet RV park on the lake just a short drive from Ranger and I-20. Very friendly staff when we arrived. Had the run of the park as there were only two other RV's when we stayed. Plenty of nice long sites to park in. Drive thru or back in. Lots of open space for our dogs to run and play which is a big plus for us. We will come back any chance we get for a nice quiet getaway and hopefully some fishing in warmer weather.
Certainly off the beaten path and that's nice. We stayed by the little lake and there are bay side sites that look nice too. Be sure to read the driving directions on the web site to get here. A day time arrival is recommended if it's your first time, like another review stated. It's at the end of a very dark road if you arrive at night, you will be questioning your GPS and looking for a turn around point when all of a sudden...Boom! there it is. Huge concrete pads with all kinds of room for parking. Nice and quiet with lot's of cool birds. Be sure to look for the little green parrots. We'll definitely be back. One of the most peaceful enjoyable RV spots we've visited.
Stayed here in mid December. More deer than RV'rs. Nice and quiet and not too far from Altus. Not really in Lone Wolf, Lone Wolf is further on up the road. Closer to Altus, and The Back Door Steak House is nearby in Blair and makes a really good steak. I do recommend it. You will really like this state park in the winter if you like peaceful quiet RV-ing.
A good place for a night or two stay. Noisy due to it being near a major street in San Angelo. Plus a lot of full timers rolling out to work early in the mornings. A great spot to run dogs is just across the street. The folks that manage/own the park are very nice. The pool is great on those scorching hot West Texas afternoons. Had it all to ourselves.
Came to a friend's wedding and we were glad to find this quiet, clean, friendly park. The owner is quite nice and let us check in the following day. Lots of well maintained grass to run our dogs around in. Very thankful for that. Level sites and our trailer needed no leveling blocks. That was a first! Not much going on in Kinsley but a short drive to Dodge City. A great, quiet place to spend a night or two and rest up for a bit.