May 14, 2022 - reviewed by Barry
Only $5 a night with my Senior Pass. Not a very large campground, but pretty nice. Great views and not crowded. Basic vault toilets, but they're clean. Water spigots, but no hookups. A great find for a quick overnight stop.
March 31, 2022 - reviewed by Adventure
Site sit on hilltop with beautiful view of Lake Amistad. Paved/gravel sites with covered picnic table, vault toilet, trash container, water spigots in cpgd. Website says up to 28 ft but 4-5 sites able to fit larger rig. We are 32'. Ranger makes rounds several times a day. $10 ($5 with Senior Pass)
March 15, 2021 - reviewed by Erick
Being here in the early evenings when the sunsets is magical and therapeutic. Water is very clean and wonderful to swim in on a warm afternoon. Very satisfied with the accommodations for $10 a night and just 10 min from everything you might need in Del Rio. I’ll be back!!
February 16, 2020 - reviewed by Nancy
No a lot of amenities, but the views make up for it. There is some road noise so if you're a light sleeper it might not be the place for you. Trails down to the water. Most sites are not real large but we found several that would accommodate our 26-foot RV and truck we are towing. Has pit toilets but they didn't smell. I would definitely come here again!
April 1, 2019 - reviewed by Steve W
2 nights on the way to Big Bend NP. Tight, even for my 22' tt. Road noise is an issue if you are a light sleeper. Iron ranger $10 but used Golden pass (1/2 price).
December 3, 2017 - reviewed by Baja zephyr
This is a beautiful area with a gorgeous lake and unique views. Only $8 and you get a covered picnic table, grill, and individual trash can! No services but there are clean pit toilets and potable water taps throughout the campground. Some noise from nearby highway but not bad at all.
November 25, 2017 - reviewed by Zab
We were here at the end of Nov. and we're the only ones in the park. Trails have loose rock so wear good shoes and be careful. There is even a dock on the water for those who bring canoes. Shared public outhouse with drop style toilet. Shared water tap too. For $8 it's fantastic. Really clean, each spot has table under cover and large garage.
March 26, 2017 - reviewed by Argie
Coming off 90, take the right where this app has the map icon in order to get to Governors Landing. Several potable water spots. Iron ranger. There's enough brush and desert scrub that several of the campsites have decent privacy. $8 per night. Vault toilet. Several trails to lake, swimming.