Yankee D.
Reviewed Apr. 26, 2021

Good for daily use but not rv friendly and no privacy with very tight spots

We wanted to like this place based on pictures. Decided to tour the facility before actually staying there. The springs are ok but when water is low it's not really that nice. If into kayaking it has a nice launch site into the river. There is also a pool that can be enjoyed if you don't want the spring. They also have a nice kids playground and some minor hiking trails. As far as staying with an RV, we ended up cancelling after the tour. The sites are not well maintained and they are right next to each other with no buffer, in fact, most sites share common space. No privacy at all and very unlevel. This looks like a state park by the spring but the rv section looks like a trailer park. They just tore down trees and put all rv sites together like parking spaces. Overall, this place is nice to go for the day but as far as using it with an rv it just was not good at all. You're better off going down to Hart Springs.

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