Remote campground. Great hunting camp.
Type of site
$5 - $25
19 Nov 07
The manager was very nice and showed us the open area to park. He warned that water was limited (only a small well with a lot of minerals) and the sewer system was not working properly (probably due to no water). I was the second RVer to visit in the last 6 months. This is primarily a hunting area, not for general recreational use. The Ranch is a very "out of the way" place with marginal dirt/gravel roads. The small community of Freer is the nearest location for food, etc and not too far away in miles but due to road conditions, it takes a long time (almost an hour) to get there. Your RV will get covered in dirt and develop rattles on the rough roads that are used by oilfield equipment. The only gritters we saw were a few birds and a giant (6+ foot) rattle snake grawling across the road. The weather conditions were very dry, windy, dusty. I don't know why this RV park is kept open unless there are a lot of NAS Kingsville government employees that hunt there. I was born and raised in the country, and enjoy the out of doors, but this place is just too rustic/primitive for most.
Oct 06 - The ranch has had great improvements. Improvements are always in the works, new staff along with a new ranch manager are hard chargers and will take care of you. Water issue has been fixed and I recommend a hunt here.
Nov 05 - This place is a dump! Discourage anyone from going there unless your trying to avoid the law. We ruined one tire going down that bumpy-butt 13 mile gravel road to get to the "campground". The on-duty staff couldn't get the water turned on. There was cows pies throughout the campground. Cacti growing out of the barbecue grills and weeds and cockle burs everywhere. This is a hunting camp - not to be confused or characterized as an RV campground, even though they have hookups. Very desolate - if you go, take all your provisions. Three or four junked out, personal vehicles greet you as you enter the campground. NASCC hasn't spent any money on this place in years.