This is not an RV park, but is a working Dude Ranch that has a number of RV hookups available. It's quiet, scenic and the staff is friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi is weak, but you can sit in the office and get a good signal 24/7 if you need it. We were there in a slow time of the year and had the whole place to ourselves. Bathrooms were tired and spartan, but clean and well supplied. Easy to get to town, the MacDonald observatory, the historic Fort Davis, the beautiful State Park and other locations. Would stay here again without question. PPA rate one night only, We camped here in a Motorhome.
Restrooms and showers were not so clean. Sites are narrow, way too close together. Wifi available at office sometimes. I was told they had 50 amp sites only to arrive and find only 30 amps. They mainly cater to those seeking a Dude Ranch experience. This was a quiet park because this is their off-season. It is centerally located between the beautiful little town of Fort Davis and the Mc Donald Observatory. It is also close to Davis Mountains State Park, and Alpine and Marfa,TX. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice place to stay while touring the Davis Mountains. This is a working ranch so there may be some ranch odors, if the wind is in your direction. The swimming pool is covered and very nice. I did need to come to the office for the wifi, but I could work in the office area any time of day. The staff is friendly and helpful. No meals were available because they didn't have that many peple staying on the ranch at the time we were here. I will stay again when I'm in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for Spring Break. Unlike the previous poster, we NEVER smelled horses. Even with some in the corral 30 yards away. The sites are dirt, so there's some dust. But this is WEST TEXAS, folks. That's all there is. Unless you WANT a concrete RV park. Very friendly people. The weekly rate is only $110 (we got it even though we were staying 8 nights). They just said 'oh, that's OK.' There are scheduled hay rides, trail rides, you can eat at their all-you-can-eat buffet 3 times a day if you want. They give you a schedule when you check in. For Spring Break they served meals all week long. I don't know if they do that all the time though. Pool is BARELY heated, but it's in a greenhouse-type enclosure so if the sun's out, it's plenty HOT in there to swim. The kiddos enjoy it! Bathrooms at the pool house were kind of dirty, but those are the ones John Q. Public uses so they get a LOT of traffic. The baths/showers up on the hill are MUCH nicer. There are pull-through sites right at the entrance, and a few back-in sites up the hill by the cabins. We stayed in the pull-through sites. Bottom line: if you WANT an RV park, there are some in town. If you WANT a different experience with friendly Texas folk, and like horses (or just want to ride, or chill out), this is the place. We enjoyed it and would stay again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The sites are very crowded; the guy in the RV next to us put out his awning and it almost touched our slide-out. Sites are all dirt and there's lots of dust. There are millions of flies due to the close proximity of horses and their by-products. The swimming pool is indoor and seemed clean. The dressing rooms for the swimming pool were fair. We would never camp there again due to the dirt, small spaces and flies. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.