Reviews for Black Rock Park

| Great accommodations, friendly staff

By user-5819071... on 2017-10-23.

We were greeted by friendly and accommodating staff members. We pulled our rig in and hooked up without any issues. The park is very clean and well kept. The RV sites are quite a distance from the water, so you'll need a vehicle to get to it, unless you want to walk it in the hot Texas sun.

| Located in great area for many small towns

By user-6513713... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-07-16 to 2015-07-22

Great camp host & clean park. The sites are not level, some wifi depending on time of day logging on & FHU's with 30/50 amps. They do charge a fee for entering park per person each day you stay. It will be one to come back in the fall, winter or spring.

| Very Nice!

By user-4557224... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-11-20 to 2016-11-25

Big sites and clean! Park hosts are at the top of friendliest we have ever run into! Cel coverage with Verizon is good. Park WIFI is free but pretty slow. Over air TV yields a few channels. Restrooms are clean. We'll be back here!

| Nice Park, Friendly Staff

By user-4895291... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-03-23 to 2018-03-25

This is a nice little park with beautiful views. The park staff were exceptionally friendly! My only complaint was the loud thumping music at 11PM from inconsiderate neighbors.

By user-6674106... on 2019-08-09.

Nice park. Shower room was a bit rough a d coukd use some updating. Good for a 2 night stay.

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-02-27 to 2019-02-24

We stayed here in an RV site for 2 nights in February, while our son s family stayed in a cabin and the park was perfect. The staff were all very friendly and helpful, the sites were clean, and the views are awesome! There is a great little putt-putt course for the family. The bathrooms leave a bit to be desired...but it s camping... We stayed in site 13.

| Nice park on the lake.

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-05-12 to 2019-05-17

Upon arrival we were greeted by a friendly gatekeeper who checked us in and gave us directions to our site. Entrance fees are charged in addition to your campsite fees and collected upon arrival at the park. The entrance fees are as follows per person per day: Adults - $5 Children (12 and younger) - FREE Seniors (65 and older) - $2 Disabled - $2 Roads are easy to navigate and so is parking. Most sites have a view of the lake in the distance. Good space between sites but no privacy. Park was well groomed and full of wildflowers while we were there. Most sites have shade for the picnic tables, grills, and fire rings, but not for the RVs. Many are not very level. Utilities in great shape. Activities include swing-sets, swimming, fishing, mini-golfing, and kayaking. Rentals available on site. When the lake is full the waterline is very close and there is a nice crushed granite beach. Ice and firewood is available on site. Online regulations require leashes for pets, but these are not published on the paperwork you get upon arrival, and do not seem to be enforced. The county park next door has a boat ramp, and on the weekends, crowds of people who like to blast their music and car horns. And speaking of noise, there is a large amount of traffic noise from 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM on the nearby, busy county road which is only 100 feet from some campsites. Groceries, fuel, restaurants, boat rentals, etc. are available ten minutes away in Kingsland. In spite of the noise, we plan to camp here again in the future in order to enjoy the other good attributes of the park.