Great large sites, wood pagodas over picnic table, both fire ring AND charcoal grill! Usual water electricity and level parking. NO FUN! The only thing to do is hike or put in a craft at the boat ramp. There are no playgrounds, no short loop trails, no swimming area! And the showers were rated 'scary' by my daughter. I suppose this is a good place to stay if you are just staying there while doing things in town.
Large sites, friendly wildlife and gorgeous views makes this a favorite! All sites have parking for cars and or campers, water, electricity, picnic table with lantern hook, and fire pit / grill. The lots have plenty of room for a tent and it would be easy to hit the site max of 8 ppl with a camper and tent. Some lots were easily 3/4 of an acre! Trails were beautiful and well maintained. The falls are always spectacular. They had ice and firewood for sale at the park manager site so it was close to where you were staying. (In July at least.) Restrooms were clean and modern. Have to mention that with all the landmarks, wineries, distilleries, antique shops, etc. it would be easy to spend a whole week here… And then Austin is 30 minutes away!
A three day stay was not long enough! There are plenty of hiking trails, a lake and then so many amenities! They had multiple play grounds, two fishing piers, rentals of kayaks and paddle boats… And a snow cone / ice cream stand! The individual sites are large, but some are better than others. All have shade, level parking, water and electricity. The restrooms were clean and recently remodeled. We will be going back soon!