The RV park itself is pretty basic - everything you need, nothing you don't. Spaces are gravel with a picnic table. It's an easy setup in which to maneuver around a big rig. The dog park is a huge fenced-in area and has benches and a water source (although the water was turned off on this visit). It is less than 2 minutes off I-10, but yet in the middle of nowhere.
|Pretty basic angled spaces|
|View of dog park from our site - just a big fenced field|
There is a cafe on premises that serves breakfast and dinner. I haven't tried it, but Doug raved about their Biscuts & Gravy. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. Rates are reasonable ($36 for a pull-thru with Good Sam discount). I don't think there's much to do here, but it is a perfect spot to spend the night when traversing I-10 from Arizona/New Mexico to Central/Eastern Texas.