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Stayed one night as a stopover on our way to Big Bend Ranch SP. Very nice, quiet and level spot, will definitely stay here again
Very nice host, very affordable, really enjoyed our short stay
There are level, shady sites with picnic tables. Clean bathrooms/showers. They are renovating so office is closed and no market but there's one across the street! I'm gonna guess the renovations will be great!
If you’re looking to get out of the hustle and bustle this is a place you don’t want to miss. It’s quiet, very natural and rustic but with so many thoughtful touches. The community kitchen was my favorite part. Cooking is so easy when there’s everything you need available.
This is one of my favorite State parks. The water sites are so beautiful and the sunsets are amazing. We love kayaking over to Devils waterin’ Hole. There are also a lot of beautiful hiking trails that go up and around the granite out droppings. My favorite time to visit is the spring when the…
This is a great little park right in the town of Blanco. Sitting right on the river it gives you the feel of being in the country. Nice for swimming, kayaking, and fishing. There is one loop that has FHU’s
This is my 4th time here. I love this camp site. But we can never get the WiFi to work witch isn’t a bad thing since we come to unplug. Overall it’s quiet and beautiful.
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I’ve stayed here lots of times in tent sites, RV sites, and the cabins. I like them all and especially love the hikes and swimming.
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Love the park. The spots by the river are shaded and great. Saw armadillos! Enjoyed the trails. But we had a heavy rain storm and we were at the bottom of a hill so the water flowed in a path right through our site and our tent literally floated. But then it dried up and was fine.
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Our first night was at a site very near the neighboring sites. It wasn’t very private or peaceful. The next morning we asked to move. Around the corner, I think the sites were 25-29, they were better spaced very wooded. We could hear folks down the hill being loud all night since it was kind of…
There's a reason this Jellystone is not as popular as all the others. I was hired knowing that I have a disability and have a service K9. She does not have to be with me at all times but I was advised that in order to get the job she would have to stay home. This of course is against ADA…
Very quiet. Some long term residents. Not far from town.
We have stayed here many times. The park is separated into two sections by a busy road. The office and the River section of the park is on one side. The other side has a lot of great hiking/biking trails. They only have 10 50Amp sites, in Sycamore loop. All other sites are 30Amp. Most RV sites have…
Needed a quick stop before we headed on our trek to UT. Such a great find! Our kids were so excited and there was so much to do. For water attractions there is a small water park with big slides, a fun water zone for the smaller kids, and a couple of regular pools, plus one indoor pool. There's…
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I suppose it would have been better if you get a decent campsite. Backing in the RV, door opened into a spiky bush. Turned the RV around and couldn’t level. The covered table was so far away in another campsites “backyard”. No Wifi or satellite for miles. Couldn’t use the phone for…