$15 for sewer dump $5 for fresh water fill. Convenient and friendly host.
Nicely maintained sites. Some water spigots, some bathrooms, solar shower. Boat ramps picnic tables. But...the 14 mile dirt road out there is rough! I wouldn’t take any RV on it.
Great place to stay before entering Big Bend. Has full hookup spots and a ‘tent’ area. We opted for that at only $15 for the night. A little further from the road and has trash bins, a pond and benches. Plenty of space and level enough for our 40...
Level sites, definitely big rig friendly. BBQ grills, picnic tables and shade structures at each site. Pit toilets and trash bins available.
Not near the lake, no lake view.
State Park camp ground, each site has fire rings, shade structures, and picnic tables. There are tent sites and water/electric sites. Boat ramps, fishing area, small cabins, shower/restrooms and walking trails. Big rig friendly, easy to get in and...
bay front sites are right on the water.
Nice long fishing pier.
Each time you exit and re-enter you Have to wait behind people who are registering at entrance.
The bay front area has just reopened, and it is very...
Right on the water, quiet, not crowded and very big rig friendly hard packed beach area. Has restrooms and showers available and some shade structures and trash bins.
Only 15 spots in the park. We showed up without reservations hoping to camp on the beach but it was high tide so no luck. They did have one more spot for 2 nights so we lucked out. Very big rig friendly.
Nice and quiet this time of year! Has free dump station with potable and rinse water. Each site has water, electric, picnic table, trash bins, fire pit and lantern pole. Very clean and quiet. Saw deer and geese every day. Also a nice short hiking...
We stayed Monday-Thursday and it was pretty quiet, although I think it would fill up on weekends. Has picnic tables, fire rings, bathrooms, and a dumpster. We were able to get our 40 foot fifth wheel in, but we had to take the spot by the...