Well we just spent 4 nights at this park. The Park has 31 camp sites 1-10 have 50 amp service available water and sewer. The loop 11- 31 we stayed in had 30 amp service and water on the out loop and water sewer on the inner loop. I would suggest that if you have a shower/ potty cassette that you pay the $3 extra dollars per night to keep from having to take tanks to dump station. Sites were level and long enough for camper and TV, covered patio table at each site. Most of the sites had shade for the most part a few had no shade at all. The bath house is typical for a Texas state park not much to brag about as far as cleanliness but they will work. The park staff were all very friendly. I did notice that after each campsite became available that staff were there with in 10 minutes after departure cleaning up the campsite and even getting ashes from the fire pits. The river was about a foot low from the water running over the dam that was in the park due to lack of rainfall but still people swimming. It is suggested that each person take some kind of floating device due to the depth of the water in the swimming area (no life guards on duty, swim at your own risk). The day sites along the river are nice and clean grass is kept mowed. If you intend on using the to day use area you should take some type of ez-up for shade around one of the many picnic tables as only a few are covered by natural shade. We will be going back to this park again, very family friendly did not see any people getting drunk or loud. Would give the 4 1/2 stars out of 5, take a 1/2 a star for the bath house facilities.