We stopped here overnight, but it is really intended for long-term stays. Easy to find, right in town but quiet and clean, with level, paved pull-thru. Excellent fast Wi-Fi, friendly manager. Long term sites are very shady and roomy, but overnight sites had no shade and were a bit narrow for big rigs with slideouts.
Poorly maintained park, with about 1/2 the sites unavailable due to turned off utilities. Roads in bad shape. WiFi was advertised, but not working when we were there. Pull-thru sites were all too short and narrow for our big rig with toad, but there were lots of vacant spots and not much traffic. At least it's level. You pick your own spot from a map with non-functional sites blacked out. Motel and restaurant/truckstop across the road belong to the same owners, apparently. Good food but expensive for plain fare. We'll skip this one next trip.
RV park is very well shaded, but roads are in poor condition and nearby interstate was noisy. Campground is an afterthought, connected to RV dealership. We were there for some warranty work and to visit people in Austin (15 miles away), so it was useful for that. Across the road is Cabela's, Wal-Mart and a few chain restaurants. Wi-Fi was pretty slow and unreliable.
Quiet, friendly and convenient to town, and to area attractions (including Austin). Mixed RVs and mobile homes, but manager says mobile homes are being phased out as they are vacated. Very level sites with river rocks (good drainage). Long term parking required back-in, but long site had plenty of room for our toad & tow dolly. Good fast WiFi. We stayed here in our motorhome for 2 months as 'winter Texans' and will probably come back again next year.
The park is very quiet and rural, with a great view and lots of wildlife. WiFi was very good after first day (there had been severe weather that probably knocked the modem offline), and the manager is very friendly. It is close enough to town to run in for dinner or groceries without making it an expedition, but if you want to make expeditions there are plenty of interesting places within an easy day's drive. Our only complaint (not the park's fault) is that our AT&T cellphones got no signal here, but with excellent broadband WiFi we just used VoIP. We will be back.