Best kept secret in Texas. Located at the edge of a city park, we didn't expect level, concrete pads with picnic tables & a grill, but yes! Electric, water & dumpstation. The city park is nice with walking trails, playground & a baseball field. Don't know how much it's used, but our weekday stay was quiet. Call City Hall for info - super nice ladies there.
This is a great little park. There's (maybe) 10 back-in spots. Sorry y'all I didnt actually count. Water and 30/50A electrical at each site. Dump station is on the middle island as you leave. There's one dumpster and multiple trash barrels scattered throughout. There's a train several miles away and I never heard it after about 9 or 10 at night. The ladies at city hall is just so sweet and go next door to find out just how much there is to-do in the area. When arriving, go all the way to the end. There is a cul-de-sac to turn around in and then you can back into your spot easier.
GPS takes you right to it. Clean and quiet. 8 spots all back in. One other camper there during the thunderstorm.