We reserved site #63 for two weeks. It’s a great site in that it is at the end of the row, giving us a ton of green space, is close to the well kept shower house and bathrooms, as well as being just across the street from the beginning of Lake Sharpe, below the Big Bend Dam. Concrete picnic tables and benches and the greatest curved wooden “clam shell” like structure that offers shade (for the most part) during the day. There are mature trees, which are spaced out in the Rec areas/day space and each site appears to be home to at least one such tree. They have fire pits with concrete bases. Ice and firewood are for sale at the camp host booth which has great hours (like 10 am to 8 or 9 pm?). The hosts are plentiful and most helpful. It’s clean and truly a breath of fresh air in every way.
Update: We had some vehicle issues that meant downing an additional 3-4 days beyond the maximum 14 days. The ranger and hosts were very accommodating and helpful. We sure appreciated their willingness to let us stay a few more days, even after the work on our Silverado was completed. We wanted to “test” the repairs before leaving for Wisconsin. This was a great campground to be “marooned”. You could not have found more friendly people who were willing to help in any way they could. Our dog makes a bee line to the camp host cart whenever he sees Bob coming — loves him!