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04/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice quiet park right on Lake Benbrook. We stayed here for 2 nights passing through Texas. Really convenient to Fort Worth. There is a lot of bicycling to do here also. I did not think the showers/restrooms were clean.
04/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Really nice camping right on the beach. Kids just had a blast. I did not think the showers/restrooms were clean. We've also camped on the gulf in the Florida panhandle and I liked that a lot better than Galveston because the beaches are cleaner and prettier there. There are a lot of fun things to do around Galveston/Houston; we had a great trip.
09/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a very nice park in a beautiful, quiet setting. Arrow Rock has a lot of interesting sight seeing. Well worth the visit. Only draw back is some of the sites are not real level. Sites # 33-41 look to me to be the nicest. Campground is very large and the sites are well spaced apart.
05/2005
rating [ 7/10 ]
Full hookup sites are as close as you can get to the Mississippi River -- we could see the river from our campsite. Be forewarned: a railroad track goes right between the campground and the river (well fenced off for safety). Kids absolutely loved seeing the trains come through, but mom and dad didn't care for the noise during the middle of the night! Two trains came during the night and a couple more during the day. The full hookup sites are also VERY close together. Other than those negatives, the state park is beautiful, with a lot of unique wildlife and plantlife and some very interesting history regarding the Cherokee Indian relocation during the 1830s. The campground and playground areas are very well maintained and the campground hosts we met were very helpful and friendly.
04/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice campground. We stayed in the full hookup area, but even those aren't too packed together like many full hookup areas are. The electric only sites are really spread out and private. Cuivre River is a big park with a nice lake (including swimming beach), lots of hiking and equestrian trails. The Visitors Center has excellent information on the history of area as well as displays on the plant and animal life in the park. Some of structures in the park date back to the Civilian Conservation Corps days, and are well preserved an interesting to see.
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