Do not stay at this park if you are looking for somewhere other than a one night passing thru type place. Where do I start? Roads are bad, trees need to be trimmed, you can barely get your slides open without touching the camper next to you, guy escorting us to our site back me into a tree then proceeded to tell me "keep coming" while another tree scrapped down the side of our rig! Park is full of permanent residents who will gladly tell your wife while she is alone in the dogpark "you need to stop letting you dog s@&T in my yard" when thy have no idea who left the "present" for them. We wound up on a site that was not level, to short for our rig and between two permanent residents one who decided to get out his impact wrench and work on one of his two vehicles parked in the tiny site. Bottom line is this place is way overpriced, super tight, and has permanent residents in 90% of it's sights. On the plus side it is close to the interstate and Bass Pro.
Outstanding, Great place to stay off the beaten path. "New fithwheel section" does not have any trees so look for a site on the other side. Sites are long and wide, plenty of room for big rigs. Showers/restrooms are clean, park is huge with lots of open space, on the river, well maintained and has free laundry! Would stay here again without a doubt. Would be a "10" in my book if it had a pool/playground for the kids.
Nice park, great location. This is a nice quiet park on the outskirts of town with good size sites compared to others in town that are jam packed together. Very much an older no frills type park with an older/snowbird type crowd for the most part, don't expect a bunch of kids and families. Sites and roads are gravel and fairly well maintained but not outstanding; restrooms are clean and usable. Quite a few motorcycles were there during our stay and most likely there are always some since this is the closest park to Luckenbach. Road noise can get pretty bad and motorcycles tend to stretch their legs leaving the nearby intersection. We would stay there again, but wouldn't plan on other kids being there to play with ours.
This is a great park! Everything was outstanding, the only thing that would make it better would be shade. Large level gravel sites with large concrete patio with tables/chairs, wide paved roads, clean restrooms and showers, great pools, nice laundry. Highly recommended!
This campground has seen better days and needs a little TLC But it is the nicest place to stay for a visit to Big Bend. Keep in mind you are in the desert and grass and trees are a luxury as well as Wi-Fi and cell service. After all why are you coming to the middle of nowhere to talk on your phone or surf the internet? Enjoy the unspoiled beauty around you! Staff is great and friendly, facilities are clean and well kept, very much a family park so don't expect to find fancy high-end coaches and wine tasting, but its's also several levels nicer than any other option in the area. Sites are first come first served and most face north to south so pay attention to the setting sun and make sure it doesn't set on your door-side.
Older park but a nice place to stay. We stayed three days and spent all three in the fantastic pool, not a new pool or anything outstanding but it was perfect on the warm days we were there. Restrooms were clean and usable; showers were hot and clean. Sites are gravel and ours was shaded under a large pecan tree. No water in the river when we were there but had a great time just relaxing and will be back for sure.
Nice park for the middle of nowhere. Only stayed overnight while on the road to California and back, park had a nice pool and playground for the kids, on-site cafe had great home-cooked breakfast and the staff were very friendly. Wi-Fi worked well and restrooms were clean; however, sites are a little close together. Ours had a broken picnic table and was not all that flat. Overall a nice park, we would stay there again while on the road.