If you want to do whatever you please, come here on a weekend. Rangers and gate people don't care what's going on. With a burn ban on, several people had fires. We reported them and the gate attendant drove by slowly, didn't do a thing. We saw vehicles parked on the grass, dogs running loose, people were making noise all night. However, at 10 pm last night, the rangers did come through and told our neighbors to move their dually as one wheel was on the gravel off the pavement. Didn't seem to notice the ground fires, which endanger us all. Very poor management here, and too bad, because it's a beautiful campground.
The sites are very crowded; the guy in the RV next to us put out his awning and it almost touched our slide-out. Sites are all dirt and there's lots of dust. There are millions of flies due to the close proximity of horses and their by-products. The swimming pool is indoor and seemed clean. The dressing rooms for the swimming pool were fair. We would never camp there again due to the dirt, small spaces and flies.
The park was clean. Park owners and camp hosts are very pleasant and helpful. Sites were adequate in size with grass and small trees between us and the next RV. Shaded sites are taken by permanent residents, including a few mobile homes. WiFi was sporadic. Laundry facilities available at $1.00 each for washer and dryer. Monthly rates are very reasonable. The nearest town is Marble Falls, which is 7 miles away. We camped here in a 5th wheel. We would camp here again.
Small park with 24-hour security and a large storm cellar. Some sites are shaded and are fairly large. Several of the sites are on a hillside and do not appear to be too level. There are some sites which would accommodate big rigs. Laundry facilities available. No water in the pool when we were here. Quiet park but surrounded on 3 sides by permanent RV sites with many old, junky campers since it is close to Chickasaw Lake. Church services in one of the buildings on Sundays. We would camp here again. They take Passport America.
We have camped here many times. The RV park is on a flattened hill and has beautiful views out the back, if you're on the outer edge of the park. It is quiet and dark. There is a "french drain" to empty gray water and the owner will come 'round and empty your black water at your request. We camp for a month at a time and have Passport America. The road up to the park is narrow and rough, but that's par for the course in Pennsylvania.
There are a few sites in the front of the campground that have adequate room. We arrived late in the afternoon and the sites in the front were all taken. They assigned us a site which was very small, very unlevel, and we had to back our 35 foot 5th wheel down a narrow lane and thread it between two trees. Plus the ground was very soft and we almost got our truck stuck. There are lots of permanent residents in dumpy, dirty-looking campers there, too. Apparently there is a car racetrack nearby and we could hear the noise from that, too. We will never camp there again.