Lots of open and available sites. Sites are large enough with plenty of room behind, but are paved and dirty. Not dog friendly. You can only walk dogs in between & behind rigs in pet only area, which isn't very large. We were told we could transport our 2 very small dogs to outside the gate to walk, but there is no sidewalk and only dried up weeds/grass. The people facilities are very nice with a large indoor pool and rec hall. Dog policy is snobbish, so would not stay here again.
Sites are large but vary greatly even though priced alike. Some have concrete (cleaner) and some paved (crumbly and dirty). Some have nice landscaping and other are very dry, dirty, and have sand burrs that get in pets paws easily. Pool is small, clubhouse is way too small for the number of sites so some may not be allowed to attend all activities, and in spite of the size, people from outside the park are allowed to attend. People are very friendly, but this is likely to change as many are leaving because property owner is trying to sell the sites to private owners. All activities advertised are not available. Facilities are old, and water is turned off frequently, without notice, for repair. Location is close to birding (nature) and butterfly parks. Insecticide is not used in the park which can be an issue for fire ants/mosquitoes. Dog park is nice with small dog area, but small dogs have to walk through the large dog area (no separate entrance) which may be OK going in but a problem getting out if large dog area has since been populated. This is also used by the neighboring park (same property owner selling to private owners,) and there have been issues between the two parks.
Our rate was for PA. This is a great little park. We could only stay 2 nights but will be back as soon as we can. All the pull though sites available have long concrete pads and great utilities. Good cable and WI-FI plus there are 3 fenced in areas for the pups. The Austin area roads can be confusing but we did not have any problems finding or getting into the park.
Roads to get to this park are terrible which is why I only rated as a 5 and not "big rig" friendly. There were so may bumps, trees, and narrow roads that things in our rig that aren't normally affected by bad roads were flying around opening drawers and doors (most roads in Alaska were better than these). Once in the park, the sites were easy to get into and services all worked great. The pond (not really a lake) was nice and lots of grass for the pups. Some folks did not pick up after their pets which makes it bad for all of us animal lovers. There is no on-site management which may be why folks were negligent. Overall, nice little park with no amenities except a laundry which we did not use. There are no rest rooms or showers but apparently I have to state "don't know" to submit this review. Wouldn't be bad for a short stay except for getting in and out of the area.
Very friendly campground but not really for big rigs. This is a beautiful campground but looks to be mostly for a summer family 'get away' for those with small RVs or a permanent summer spot. Roads are very narrow but two-way traffic exists with many unsupervised children in the roads. We stayed in a pull through site but it was impossible to pull through and had to back out. These sites are all very un-level. Also, very expensive for only water and electric. Our neighbor had roof damage from just trying to get back to the pull throughs (said entire roof would need replacement). We had no damage from this stay but also were more than very cautious on the roads and would just stop instead of trying to pass anyone on the internal roads.
Amazing little park! Its right next to I-80 so there is some highway noise but this did not bother us. You check in at a gas station. No park maps are provided but this is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in! Nice pull through sites that are a bit narrow, but the park is not crowded so this allows extra room to move about. Lots of grass for those who travel with pets. We stayed up on the hill where there are trees but most people prefer these sites so more in and out activity. Next time we will stay at the bottom of the hill (closer to the entrance).
Very friendly and very nice park but it's a bit expensive. There was a very large fenced in dog park with bags provided. The sites are really big rig friendly and nicely maintained. Even though this park is located next to very busy highways, it is amazingly quiet.
No view of Colorado River as stated. You can see the top of the national monument but this is over a solid fence. No grass at any sites, all gravel/stone which may be OK if you don't have a dog but it is dusty. Dog run is all gravel/stones and small (my dogs won't use this). Only good grass has lots of "no dog" signs. There is a bit of grass but not much by a fence area. Table at site is not usable (splintering wood, not maintained). Office lady was very nice but man who was suppose to help us park was rude and did not appear to know the correct parking arrangements. The pool and hot tub covered and not usable but rates not reduced.
Small park with friendly people. No grass but there is a city park a couple of blocks away with a nice grass area. There is some shade but the sites are very short in this area. There is a very large area in the back part of the park that can accommodate the largest of rigs. Nice (a bit dusty) for an overnight but met folks that came for a night and stayed much longer. I've seen from other sources that there is a restaurant but this is a snack bar type area in the store/gas station.
Very nice park with options to face either north or south in the pull through sites. Their web site sounds like they prefer motorhomes, but this was not our experience. They do not have an enclosed dog area but have lots of grass and were very pet friendly. This was a high price for what they offered but we would stay here again.