January 21, 2021 - reviewed by Donna Donna
Close to highway, easy drive. We did this is class A. You want a pull thru site, lower site #s, call the ranger before you reserve on line. You won't have to deal with sand.
We had back in site, asphalt, lots of soft sand surrounding our parking strip. Stay on pavement or get stuck. Our jeep had to do 4wd.
Site 18, 19 are very level. We also had picnic table with roof, nice. Bath house small and very clean. Well kept park.
50 amps, water, no sewer, dump. Empty sites for covid precautions.
Kids and dogs love roaming the dunes. They have sliding saucers
Gate locked 10pm to 7am to keep us safe. I like this alot. Nobody driving around at midnight with high beams and loud music!
Please pick up dog poop and any trash to keep this park beautiful!
Later- I went and checked, #'s 1-11 are pull thrus
January 14, 2019 - reviewed by The Murphy Clan
Loved The Sand
Kids loved the dunes! you can rent a sled and ride down the Sand. Camp pads are a little rough and crumbling. We are in a small pop up so enough room for us. Big rigs would have to use the pull through sites. Overall a beautiful place.
April 29, 2018 - reviewed by Electrical Traviller
Mgr Is Unfriendly
When I arrived the man at the counter said I can only stay for 14 days. It's up to the manager's discretion if I can stay more. After a while i notice the people who live here full time are all the manager's friends and family. So it's a buddy system that needs to be handled
March 9, 2018 - reviewed by Patrick
Great for passing through
Good hook ups, nice sand hill views, not much else to look at. Friendly staff, clean bathrooms, cheaper than most parks $15.
February 1, 2018 - reviewed by Danmar
Has all the basic, but sites are tight and not very level. If you are here for sand dunes you will enjoy it. Would recommend you call ahead as we were told they often fill up quickly.
December 21, 2017 - reviewed by @chasingtabor
*water was turned on when we arrived Dec. 21st. This place is really cool! On our way to big bend and we happened across this place and are so glad we stopped for two nights. Amazing dunes and animals/tracks. Sunsets and sunrises to die for. Super cheap ($14/night) for water and electric hookups, dump station at entrance to the park made it easy to dump on the way out. The sites were either pull through or back in and easy, mostly level and paved. Showers were decent and clean. Our dog (and us) had a blast running through the dunes. You can also rent sleds to ride the dunes. It's a really cool place that you'd never know was here and it's just off the highway!!
December 9, 2017 - reviewed by Rv365life
Great Spot Even Without Water
We really enjoyed our stay here. The park is beautiful and unlike anything I have ever seen. The water was turned off while we were there due to frost. Bathrooms were fine. Pull through sites different from anything we've seen so far but easy and convenient. No laundry. Sand dunes we're incredible to see especially in first light. The tracks were amazing. Found a Javelina skull and got awesome stories from the ranger.
November 29, 2017 - reviewed by Mike W
We stayed here back in May 2013, and were thrilled to get a chance to stay again.
Came in a Class C. Arrived late, picked up a pay envelope and a map, and went to find a site. Picked a back-in site and hooked up water and electricity.
There was heavy wind, so we didn’t put out our slide, though there was plenty of room.
Even though people walk on the dunes, the wind can clear their tracks in a day or two.
Next morning we went out on the dunes and got photos of the tracks of lizards, kangaroo mice, birds, some kind of insect or centipede, deer, and either foxes or coyotes.
Chatted with a park ranger and learned lots of interesting facts about the place.
There’s a dump station. The fee was $15 to camp plus $4 for each individual over 12.
We’ll stay there whenever we can.
November 16, 2017 - reviewed by Mac
Not For Overnight
Looks like a fun destination campground for families with kids (offers dune sledding), but not suited for overnight travelers. Narrow, unlevel asphalt pads, irregularly shaped and crumbling in chunks at the edges into the soft dune sand. Anyone setting up in a back-in site with more than a minimal sized rig blocks the whole road for everyone else. Most of the road-edge pull through sites were short, and many are also narrow, so that if you have a slide, your opposite wheels end up low in the sand. The sites are so narrow that you can’t avoid driving in the sand, and without four-wheel-drive, we were concerned about getting stuck. No Wi-Fi or cell signal. Bathrooms and showers were average municipal quality and clean. and park personnel were very personable. I don’t believe we would stay there again because we only travel through. The bargain price was not worth our additional stress.
October 5, 2015 - reviewed by DJean
Perfect. Nice showers quiet clean beautiful sand dunes and flowers $23 for water elec and dump. thanks so much