Joy L.
Universal City , TX
Joined November 2019
Enjoyed tent camping as a girl with my family all across the US every summer. We graduated to the popup camper in my teens. My parents moved up to a motor home after us kids were adults. I enjoyed camping with them or borrowing their RV to take my family camping. Now my kids are grown. I am single again, just retired & bought myself a tow behind camper. Looking forward to traveling the US, camping at national & state parks or other parks and exploring on and off my bucket list!
Serene setting at dusk

Cranes mill is a National Park. I purchased the senior lifetime pass and was able to stay every night for half price at this serene park. We arrived on the afternoon of Columbus Day weekend and we're happy that the park cleared out a bit on Monday. The views were spectacular at sunset. I appreciated camping on a small peninsula being able to see Canyon Lake on both sides of our campground. Most of the pads were fairly level though ours was a bit steep. We were disappointed that there was a burn ban at that time. The small town of Startzeville is very near with adequate grocery and forgotten item facilities. We found this a very nice, clean and quiet camp site in near proximity of home.