The location of this RV park is awesome. We were backed up to the sand dunes on a beach front site. However, this is where the compliments end. The sites were really close. The grounds were poorly maintained. Most of the sites are gravel and mowed down weeds. Our site was full of weeds that had tiny prickly things all over them. I arrived on a Wednesday, and on Friday I learned that an elderly lady (who also arrived on Wednesday) had fallen down the stairs and the staff refused to help her back to her RV (her wrist was injured and she was bruised and scraped all over her arms and upper body). Nor would the staff hook up her RV. We checked on her, took her ice and food until her son arrived to take her home. In short, if you need help, don't count on the staff. I watched them frequently gathering in groups, driving around, but rarely working. I loved the setting, but I was disappointed in the park. While I was there I visited Galveston State Park just a few miles West, and it was alot nicer. The next time we'll be staying at Galveston State Park!
This is a beautiful park. The staff was friendly. The lake was easily accessible either on foot or by car. I took my labrador retreiver to the lake with us and he had the time of his life. There are lots of hiking/biking trails in the park. The only draw back was (as others pointed out) the unlevel sites. Most of the sites I saw were not level (bring blocks). We arrived just before dark on a Friday and all of the level sites were already taken. Additionally, the web site indicates that they have an off-highway vehicle area, but that's somewhat misleading since you have to tow your motorcycle/4-wheeler to the small riding area (not practical if you towed it behind a motorhome). We will definitely be returning to this park soon.