Used to be a State Park. Now a State historical site. Rv pads are good. Good hookup pedestals. A fork of the Brazos river runs through the park. Watch the weather in spring and summer. The river gets high when it rains a lot. Great place to take kids. Fort Griffin just across the highway. You can spend a day at the fort ruins and check out the old town of Ft. Griffin just north of the fort.
July 19, 2020 - reviewed by SKay Fires
Camping In History
Wonderful campground. Level, easy to access sites for all size RVs. Shade trees, with picnic tables, fire ring & campfire grill. Very well maintained walking trails. Nice bath facilities. Quiet & peaceful. Tent camping available. Take time to visit the Visitor Center & take the self guided tour using the available golf carts. See Texas fort history as it was hundreds of years ago.