This place has pull through and back in spots and there is a map at the entrance showing which are which. There was no public restroom or shower here but there are hookups. There is a really nice playground here. This would be a good place if your just looking for a place to sleep for the night but there is very little room between spaces. Not the worst place but definitely not the nicest.
Beautiful rv park. Not the kind of place you would want to stay if you’re looking to get away from it all as it’s right in town, but super convenient if your looking for a place to stop for a night or two in a park that’s safe and well maintained. Has hook ups and a water house.
Good rv park if you have horses or if you are just wanting to stop with your rv in Stephenville on the way somewhere else. Not really a place I would stay at just for the experience itself. Very clean. Not many amenities to speak of. There’s really not a lot to say about this place other than it has rv spots and cabin rental. It appears it is for sale right now so if you staying in the future I would recommend calling to confirm all info is correct.
But there are two large smokers. Public bathrooms and showers. Can easily walk down to the river for floating or fishing. These tent sites are not very private or dispersed so keep that in mind. Everything was fairly clean. There was a large public pool and a basketball court but we didn’t get a chance to check them out and use them. We had a nice view of the golf course from our tent site.
It’s not super private and there are only 2 bathrooms (one men’s and one women’s) serving the entire site and the shower is inside the bathroom so if someone is showering you may be waiting quite awhile to be able to potty. The site was clean and each tent site came with some extra tables and chairs and a picnic table. Had a grill and a fire pit at ours. Dumpster available so you don’t have to take all your trash with you.
Very well kept area. Two restrooms. Each little camp site has its own picnic table and grill. On a Monday night there was only one person using the lake for fishing and one person camping in the shaded part. There is a little slide. Not very private at most of the tent sites. Although, I did see a fire ring out alone in the grass on the other side of the parking lot but it was in direct sun with no trees or shade nearby. There were two men working on the site. Its also pretty close (12 minute drive) the trails over at the lbj grasslands spot which is where we were staying for the night. We just popped over to black creek lake to check out the day usage and restrooms.
The campsites here are pretty primitive. Seems like you can set up just about anywhere. There are two non flushing restroom. Plenty of poles for tying horses and there is water trofts for them but the water looked pretty disgusting. May want to think about bringing several gallons of water. Not a lot of area to get privacy from other campers as the area is pretty open. There are trails that I didn’t take to know if there were other areas that you could potentially set up at least a hammock camp at. $10 per car fee to be paid at a self serve box.
The site we stayed at was at least 300 feet from the nearest spot but no one occupied that spot either time we stayed here so we were pretty much by ourselves. This place is very minimalistic so if that’s what you’re looking for this is a good place to come. The spots here are first come first serve no reservation needed. The was a nice fire pit made and enough trees at at least 4 of the 7 sites to be able to hang hammocks if you want and are fairly shady which is so nice. Ground is kind of hard to drive a stake into. No water or restrooms that we saw but I know wherever the group site is there is supposedly a restroom. There were a few trails but it was too hot for me to drag myself to them. This is our second time camping here in a week, and I’m sure we will be back again when the weather is cooler.