Very well maintained. Owners live on site and make themselves available to the needs of their clients. Concrete pads are level. Fire pits are available at most if not all spaces. The office has some supplies but there is not a grocery store for several miles. Bring insect repellent, you will need it.
This campground is in a lovely setting in a rural very quiet location. The owners were very helpful and friendly. The sites are all gravel. Some sites did have concrete patios. Our site and the ones on either side of us were much too close together. We parked in the middle of our site and our neighbors had no space for their picnic table and chairs. With the gravel sites and roads there was a real dust issue every time someone drove by even if driving very slow. We would stay there again but with some hesitancy.
This is not a destination campground, but is a great stopover spot. We had a minor electrical problem (operator error). When we asked for some guidance from the owner he gladly provided some guidance and then immediately drove to our site to make sure things were OK. The sites are graveled and grass. The sites are for the most part level. The only negative we had was that it rained the night we stayed and the next morning there was a mud puddle at our front step This is an older campground but is very well maintained. The owner worked day and night doing routine maintenance. I would gladly stay here again.
We arrived very late, well after the office closed. The owner happily greeted us, and escorted us to our site. Most if not all sites are quite large and level. The sites are graveled. The campground is very rural with plenty of trees. This campground caters to family reunions. The campground lives up to the description in their webpage. I only wish I anticipated a time that I would be back in that part of Texas so I could stay there again.