Beautiful park!! Love it and hope to go back again with our 5th wheel. I stayed in cabin 2 with a fellow quilter friend. The cabin itself is nice. The bed in the bedroom is horrible!! We were only given 1 handtowel for 8 nights. The shower is a joke. Most of the water either comes out the tub faucet or at the leak behind the shower head. No hooks in bathroom to hang clothes or wet towels/wash cloths on. I opened the coffee maker to make a pot of coffee and was met with a very old and mold fuzzy leftover grounds and filter from who knows when. I heard no complaints about the RV sites. The place is beautiful! But I will not stay in a cabin again. We used the western town and clubhouse for 48 quilters to sew and take classes. Perfect!!
This a small, family owned RV Park cut into the beautiful hills of Ingram. It is located 5 miles NW outside of Ingram on Johnson Creek. The roads are paved and the RV spots are concrete. They do ask that you use pads under your jacks. RV spots are nestled in a pecan grove w/ birds singing and deer at dusk. There is a nice clubhouse along w/ a gazebo and patio. They have nice, clean showers and bathrooms that have their own door for privacy. The laundry room is coin operated. Note, clothes lines are not allowed. You have cell phone coverage here and there is WiFi. This is not a “campground”. There are no fire pits, due to the high fire danger. There are a lot of rental buildings/apartments here and it would be a great place for a rally or a wedding, etc. The owners and the people who work here are very nice. I am glad to learn the Owners are going to add an Activities Coordinator to plan and execute activities for the Winter Texans. That will be advantageous for their business and elevate this place to more of a “resort” type facility. Keep in mind, there is no such thing as a “perfect RV park/resort/campground”, etc. You need to do your research and pick which one suites you best. We would recommend this place for a stay.
We stayed here with an RV club rally and had a great time. The park is well laid out and has an outstanding clubhouse and rally hall. The park is quiet with plenty of room between sites. There is good wifi service, a pet peeve of mine.
We enjoyed the park with all the large pecan trees. The RV sites are spaced far enough apart to give you plenty of room from the other sites. Very clean and quite.
The only down side is they have way too many rules. Not being able to have a rug or mat on the ground outside your camper does not work for us
We decided to stay here because it was impossible to get a spot at Garner State Park. Luckily this is only an hour drive to Garner and Lost Maples State Park. It is quiet with little noise from the main roadway. We spend the evenings watching the Axis and white tail deer in the pecan orchard. We have used the laundry room ($1.50 per washer and $1.50 per dryer), swimming pool, large propane grill and showers. The showers have little pressure but plenty of hot water. Mine was full of mosquitoes and spiders. Once I drowned the spiders, it was just keeping the mosquitoes at bay. I have decided to shower in the RV for the remainder of the trip.
Our cost for 7 nights was $225 in a pull-through slot with water, electric, sewer and wi-fi. The wi-fi is actually pretty fast. There are several full-timers here that seem to really enjoy the place. Overall, I would stay again, just use my own shower.