This is not the state park campground. This is the NFS campground in beautiful setting. No reservation required. Right next to trailheads. Great Mountain biking on forest roads that link canyons. Toilets but no water so come prepared.
Many RV parks on this app show that tents are allowed but when you arrive they treat you like vagabond scum because you don’t have a $100,000 RV. This is one of them. Screw them.
Like most KOAs this one is well maintained. Right in town so not scenic but close to shops and restaurants. They have gravel tent sites for $30 which is high for tents but typical for KOA.
Limited sites fill up very fast as no reservations are available. Get there at sunrise and pounce on any spots that come open. Decent bathroom, no showers. Right next to trailheads so great for hiking.
Very well maintained with excellent amenities. There is grassy areas between sites where you could pitch a tent. Close to river and town. Coopers BBQ in town is all time! Get there early as it draws a crowd.
Excellent camp site. Very dispersed and most have picnic tables with shade awnings which are great for hammocks. Bathrooms were fine. Miles of off-road Bike trails were well marked and varied from easy to technical.
If you’re here to float this is your campground. No frills but right on the river. They rent tubes and will shuttle you back. Campground itself is very basic but its a short walk into town. Train tracks run right past park so be prepared for train noise at all hours.
This is a full service campground. Pool, TV room, breakfast bar, laundry … etc. Bike trail runs right by campground. Very well maintained and close to downtown. A little pricey for tent camping but worth it.
Well maintained park, close to Presidio and Goliad downtown. Nice bike trail and paddle destination.
Parked on beach with nobody else in sight. Hard to beat free camping on the beach.