General Campground Information
We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.
Monday - Thursday: 9am to 5pm Friday - Saturday: 9am to 6pm Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Check-in / Check-out
Check-out time is noon. Check-in time is 1:00pm for sites, and 2:00pm for cabins. To request a late check-out, or register for additional days, contact the office by 10:00am the day you are due to depart.
Campfires are permitted only in fire rings and subject to local wind and dryness conditions. Please do not move fire rings. Tend your campfire and extinguish before leaving or retiring for the night. Firewood may be purchased in the store.
Visitors must be registered at the office and pay a visitor fee before going to a site. Please be sure your guests are registered. Visiting hours for non-campers begin at noon and end when the campground office closes unless other arrangements have been made.
Pool hours are posted and vary by season. There is no lifeguard, swim at your own risk. Children under 14 years of age must have adult supervision at the pool. Proper swim attire must be worn (no street clothes) in pool. No glass or alcohol in the pool area. No jumping, diving, or running, for the safety of all campers.
Friendly, non-aggressive pets are always welcome. Even the friendliest pet can become frightened in strange surroundings and behave in a threatening manner, so please do not leave your pet unattended. All leashes must be attached to a pet and a person, and should be no longer than 6 feet. Please use our pet walk and clean up after your pet. Pets are not permitted in any building or recreational area.
Texas has a wide variety of critters not seen in other parts of the country. Use caution when lifting brush, branches, etc. Yucca Plants have lovely flowers, but spiky leaves can cut. If you find a fire ant mound in your site, please contact the office and we will treat the area. Be cautious when walking pets, as fire ants bite and can pose a risk to pets and people. There are coyotes in the area. Please watch pets and small children, especially at night.