I loved this park. Every night the deer and javelina would come to our camp. We also had a skunk one night and saw other animals. We had a shade tree, but not all spots did in our loop. Each site had a picnic table and most were on cement slabs with a tin roof covering. Also each site had a fire pit that you could grill on or have a campfire. The McDonald Observatory is near by and a must see. We went to a star party one night and it was great. Historical Ft. Davis was very interesting also. We were in a 32' travel trailer and stayed here 6 days. We didn't want to leave.
We were very impressed by this park. The club house had the showers, laundry, a spa, pool, fitness room, gift shop, and kitchen for breakfast. Loved the free breakfast and newspaper. Liked how it is arranged with two sites per spot with privacy dividers on each side. Liked the plants that they had on the dividers. Since it was not full, they put only one camper between the dividers. I really liked the dog walk. It is very large and fenced so you can let your dog run free. We stayed here in a 32' trailer. Stayed here Sunday of Labor Day and again the following Sunday. Will stay here again.
We spent two nights here. The staff was very friendly. Since this was the first time to use our trailer, the owner showed us how to hook up properly and gave us some helpful hints. It is a nice small park with gravel, level spots. We were in a pull through. Our site had a nice picnic table also. It is a little ways from I-10, so you don't get the traffic noise, but you do hear the trains at night. We plan to stay here again when we are in the area.