This is an overnight stop for us, and it had been raining all day. The park was a mess. Water was ankle deep at the utility pedestal. A 42' rig got stuck in the mud and had to call for a tow from town. We were overcharged using Passport America: promised $16/night, but were charged $21. Pull-through sites were short, requiring unhitching the tow before pulling in. The WiFi was not working. The gravel roads and parking pad are solid gravel, albeit narrow. This is an adequate park when dry, but not for big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Could only give this park a 5 rating. The staff were great, BUT. The roads and sites are a little on the rough side. That I can live with, after all this is Texas and RV Parks with smooth sites are in the minority. The thing that hurts a park rating for us is the Wi-Fi, this parks was slower than "dial up" ever was, that was when it even worked. This park is a stop over, not a destination in our book. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.