Yes, spaces are a little close. This place is beautiful and the staff is very friendly. No dump.
This is a lovely little park. It seems to be going through renovations. Our stay is 1 night where we needed electric asap due to our generator not working when we decided to get off the road. We were very close to this park and called. Here it is December 1st and there is only 1 other RV and tent camper. The RV sites are small with gravel. Upon check in we were told which sites were good to go and which were questionable due to renovations. I am sure this park would be even nicer in spring, summer and fall. The drive from I10 is lovely about 6 miles or so which is no big deal but watch for deer. They were everywhere. The road leading to this camp grounds is lovely as well steep in a couple if places but this is the hilly part of Texas. Keep your eyes peeled for deer. I would live to come back with my grand children to see the caverns. They also have a lovely gift ship.
Drove in and set up at a pull through site at night. It was very easy, but the spaces are a little bit tight. Plenty of signage. Reviews are true about the deer. We enjoyed watching them early in the morning. Very clean. Very pleasant and friendly folks. We have 2 large dogs and had plenty of room to walk them, but didn't notice if they had a dog park. We only stayed the night, but we definitely want to come back to enjoy the area again and visit the Caverns.
Beautiful setting. Caverns worth seeing. Campground is a bit of a joke. Spaces too short, waaaay too narrow. If we hadn t taken the spot we had, slides could not open with neighbors both sides. We have a 30 foot RV with tow car
We stayed here for 3 nights in early March of 2019. This is a small campground that is located at a privately owned, amazing cavern. There are a full pull-thru spots in a gravel parking lot. We had 30/50 power and water only. Sites are close together. There was no WiFi or cable and Verizon 4G was 2 bars. We were on the end with a small treed area on the driver s side, which was nice. We had plenty of room for our 35 MH and tow. There are peacocks that reside at the campground and they have a feeding station that draws the peacocks and quite a number of deer. The campground was sufficient for our visit. It was very quiet there. We were there for the caverns, which were spectacular and amazing!! Unlike most caverns they were warm. The tour was excellent! If you like caverns you should see this one! If you ve never been to a cavern, you should see this one!