Owners will cater to your every need. They visited us frequently to see if there was anything we needed. Truly a first-class RV park: even has dogie waste bag stations located throughout the park. There is a large, newly constructed dog run with chairs provided for owners. The pull-through sites are nicely shaded (there are unshaded areas for those with satellite dishes). Wi-Fi worked well even though a tad slow. There are limited cable channels, but this is supposed to be upgraded soon. Will return this Fall.
Sad. Very sad. This park used to be one of the nicest state parks before Ike. Now it is but a ghost of its former self. The beach side, where we stayed, can be very difficult to get into or out of. While the map shown on the TPWD website shows 3 roads either into or out of each of the 3 camping areas, two of these roads, in fact, do not exist. There is but one road for each campground. As an earlier poster said, you will probably have to either back in to your site or back out when leaving. The grounds are not maintained well and there was considerable trash in and around the campground, our shelter lacked part of its roof, and only just before we left were the tall grass and weeds around the site being cut. It is a shame that the State of Texas has not done a better job of rebuilding this potential jewel of a state park. I would recommend anyone considering staying here call the park and inquire about the seaweed conditions. When we were here it covered the beach from dunes to the water in a smelly mass.