Not the best of Texas state parks, the place could use a reno, especially in the bathrooms $20 for electrical sites
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Very nice states park we extended 3 more days. Our slide not working again. Luckily we found very nice dealer fixed it.Report Check-In
Decent camping, most sites shaded. The showers in Turkey Sink were some of the best I've used. Walked the 8 some miles of trails, nothing special but nicely maintained. Verizon LTE ok for my work but not great signal. Campsites offer a bit of privacyReport Check-In
nice park but a bit pricey IMO - $38 per night for 2 people (camping fee plus entry fee per person) but I guess they have to cover payroll for the 5 state park employees and 8+ camp hosts we saw lol
we did see 4 armadillo, a muskrat, tons of deer and cardinals.
Stayed 3 nights, very quiet and low key during the week. There’s a spot where you can cross the river and hike more secluded trails. impressively clean bathroom and shower facilities. Cellular was 1-2 bars for both AT&T and Vision at campsite, I found a trailhead parking lot near the entrance gate on the left side heading into the park where I was able to get 4 bars LTE for great video calls with vision wireless.Report Check-In
Beautiful State Park on Guadalupe River. Lots of trails but most were unfortunately closed when we were here because of wet weather. Bathrooms clean & a new bathroom facility also in process of being built. $24 a night for electric & water hookup. $7 per person per day entrance fee unless u have Texas State Pass & these fees waived plus 2nd night camping fee 50% off. Good cell service availableReport Check-In