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Overnight stay here on our way to Galveston. Busy campground and we were the only tent in site, however, the loop we were in was spaced out nicely (D loop). This camp was clean. Has disc golf, trails, a pavilion, a basketball net, boat dock, volleyball net, and a swim beach. Apparently they also…
Overnight stay at this park on our way home from Galveston. $12 for full hookups. $6 for primitive. We paid for full hookups since the primitive area was overgrown and VERY primitive. We were able to just pull in and find a lovely, level, shady spot. We had electricity and a covered pavilion, but…
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We loved fishing and hiking throughout the park but our kids loved the double bunks in our cabin. The campsite was great, right off the water and a well placed fire pit. We will definitely be back.
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Our family of 4 stayed for a month while we were waiting for camper repairs. They have Karaoke across the street every Friday and live music every Saturday. Sites that back right up to great water views and access to fishing. Sandy spots to swim from at various entry points. Friendly people and…
The management is incredibly rude and sexist. Promotes good old boy type of atmosphere and encourages inappropriate behavior. Unfriendly, uncooperative and will call you tasteless improper names when confronted.
The park was great, very clean and the park rangers were very helpful.
The bathrooms weren’t the best but they were clean and had showers with hot water. There were only 3 shower stalls in the bathroom near us and they were very busy in the evening. They were completely empty at 7am though.
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Pulling in, we were welcomed by a herd of 23 deer grazing in the common areas. This is one of the prettiest sites we've stayed in. SUP / kayaking, fishing, boating, biking and new friends abundant here. Bathhouse ok, although cool in March. Definitely would love to return. $24 night w/e. $12…
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The park was beautiful & clean. Huge trees. The walk to the bathroom was a little far but the bathroom was new. The park rangers patrolled constantly. We were in Armadillo Run loop. It was Beautiful but traffic from the highway was pretty loud. We brought kayaks and drove to a nearby boat…
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Stayed at site 47. Great park. Another park that the CCC left its mark on. For a West Texas kid, Caddo feels otherworldly. Fun fishing, many big sites, decent bathrooms.
We loved the cabin, it made winter camping with kids do-able! Loved hiking and exploring! A ton of CCC history and beautiful bald cypress here!
We came here first week of April 2021. Spring in the air, blooms all around. Very quiet but lively park, almost all the sites were occupied for the weekend. Friendly park ranger and store personnel. All amenities were kept up with. We enjoyed hiking, biking and even an ice cream from the park…
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Stayed overnight in my camper car, 20 feet away from the lake. Very pretty campground that's well taken care of.
We stopped here for one night while passing through, and we loved it! Site 34 was nice and ducked off. The park has a lot to do; a lake with boat rentals, swimming in the summer, and beautiful trails! We loved it so much!
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Stayed 1 night for rooftop camping on car. Chose to set up in the primitive camping area on the grass near the boat docking area. Quiet and peaceful with beautiful sounds off the lake at night. Bathrooms are not the best.
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Kayak launch isn’t easy to get to but the have provided a slide for yaks to get from the parking area to/from the launch. Once you’re there though its like you’re transported somewhere else and you weave your way through a winding canal to reach the lake (very cool). We all enjoyed it! Yaked over…