March 20-22, 2019. Nice park. Half of the park was closed due to Hurricane Harvey from 2017. Elevation 46 ft., electric, water, dump station, showers, flush toilets. Tia Juanitas Fish Camp close by and very good.
Our first stop in the maiden voyage of our travel trailer and this park was good and kind to us. Beautiful, level pull-thru sites with plenty of space from others, shade and sun and within walking distance to bathhouse and swim beach. Mosquitoes abound and there is no cell signal or wi-fi. Prepare to drive 20 minutes to grocery.
Stayed here the weekend before Halloween, most all of the park was still closed from flooding earlier in the year. The nature center was open and we made seed balls to distribute throughout the garden area. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Will return when the trails open back up so we can explore more
Staying at this park transitioning into my camper to being full time. Most of the park is closed right now, due to the damage from Hurrican Harvey not having been repaired as yet. The RV campground is open, along with the restrooms with showers. There is no access to other parts of the park at this time. I've stayed here previous to this visit and love this park. Even though it is a small park, I would recommend it highly. The RV sites are mostly level on asphalt pads. There is a lot of shade. However, the sites are kinda close together. But. . .there are trees and shrubs between most of the sites.
We enjoyed the privacy of the non powered camp sites. Very nice.