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rating [ 8/10 ]
Stayed here to escape Hurricane Ike. Moved here from Kerrville Schreiner park in order to have cable TV and internet. Stayed a week. This is a 55+ park but we were welcomed. Very friendly staff. Sites are very very small. This said we enjoyed our stay. Our two large dogs were not a problem. The mostly full time residents made us feel welcome. Although I will definitely stay here again, it would only be when I could stay more than just overnight since parking can be challenging in these very tight spots. There is a very nice public park on the river that you can walk to to walk the dogs or just enjoy the river that is just behind the RV park.
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good place to stay for the Wine Tours (many wineries nearby) and Fredrickburg is 13 miles. There is no cable but it is possible to pick up a few Austin and San Antonio stations. I will stay again.
rating [ 5/10 ]
Stayed here two nights. Very small sites. A little road noise in the evenings. Pretty grounds and would be nice for a day use but not crazy about the sites. Bathrooms and facilities were spotless.
rating [ 7/10 ]
Stayed here a week during Thanksgiving and enjoyed the park. The water is down due to drought conditions so fishing is not good. I would consider this a great summer park but there is not much to do in the winter especially with no fishing.Great host and very friendly staff.Sites are a bit close together. Park has Wi-Fi.
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is an excellent State Park. Nice destination Park. Full hookups including cable TV at some sites. Great hiking trails and beautiful scenery. The park restaurant "The Black Bear" has good food. We stayed here over the Christmas Holiday's for 9 days. Plenty of wildlife in the park. A herd of Javelina Hogs comes through the grounds in the evening so don't leave pets unattended outside. Alpine is 25 miles away. Marfa and the "Marfa Lights" are 26 miles. The McDonald Observatory is 13 miles and is a must see. Go to a "star party" in the evening there.
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