Stayed here one night in a 19' camper van. Large pull though level sites with full hookups including cable TV and wi-Fi. Clean bathrooms and showers. Noise from interstate is apparent but not overwhelming. Comfortable, convenient, with friendly owners.
Great place for an overnight.
We camped here for four nights as part of a group of 80+ Roadtreks for a fall chapter rally. The campground staff went out of their way to be very accommodating, helpful, and we're extremely friendly and nice. The CG is large and offers many activities. The sites are close together but designed so that you don't feel crowded in. There are trees for shade and lot's of green around the sites. Being a part of a large group we got a good price break for our stay. Coming on your own this is one of the more expensive places to stay. For the price, you get a well maintained, clean, and friendly place where you have the opportunity to swim, fish, hike, bike, frisbee golf, relax and have fun.
We thought a bit over priced ($24-$26) for a full service level site in a campground with no bathrooms, showers, or facilities. Flat open area. Spaces close together which would be crowded if the place was even half booked. As it was we were basically by ourselves, and that was nice. Owners were there when we arrived and were very friendly. The self sign-in office is in a funky old bubble travel trailer. We saw a beautiful sunset.
Easy access to I-10. Level and flat gravel sites. $26 for site with water, power, cable TV, and wi-Fi. Clean bathrooms with 50 cent 6 minute showers. Free waffle breakfast and coffee in the morning. We had a very pleasant overnight on our trip through the SW.