Feels like a remote camping with hookups. Sites well spaced with trees in between. Beautiful Central Texas trees, hiking, large fire rings, ample wildlife, free firewood and more. We went hours after 1 1/2” of rain, so roads (all dirt) were interesting, but easily drivable. Owners are very pleasant and extremely helpful. Meeting us at the gate, escorting to site, and even a welcome “mint in the pillow” gift of fresh cookies and a jar of homemade jam made from wild grapes on the property! For us, this was a breath of fresh air and surprising hidden gem. FYI, sites may be slightly not level.