Our camp site had a full view of the deer each night. A very relaxing visit. On Monday February 22 we heard that the park was his with a severe storm and many vehicles and RV's had lots of damage...we are so sorry...hope everyone gets their repairs done without trouble.
The sign to the left is on the bridge that crosses the stream from the spring. This under ground spring is mostly never ending. (drys up occasionally) The spring rises up into a pond that is directed into an olympic size cement swimming pool. The pool is emptied once per week to keep the water clean for swimming but the water freely flows from the pool to the stream that runs through the 2700 acre Fort grounds continually . It was a very interesting place.
Above is the funky little sign that directs you into the RV park. This campsite was $23.-$11.75 per night depending on what discount you give them. And laundry is a $1.
Sites that have a nice view are a little close.
On our way north and west from Mission, TX we stopped in Bracketteville (because there was no other place to stop) The RV park was in Fort Clark Springs....we had no idea what we were about to experience. The fort has a wealth of history in every area. And the RV park with surrounding areas are very simple. The people are super friendly and very special...inviting you to pot lucks, sitting at their space, inviting you in their home and giving you their golf cart for the day to experience the 54+miles of trails to ride on. This was a fabulous birding area of various species that we have never seen before. Hundreds of deer everywhere....hunting season is every other week end. White tail and Axis deer from India were among the group we saw. At 4-dark every night we could sit in our lawn chairs and watch them eat corn, we and the neighbors tossed out for them. Saw quite a few large bucks.
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After my husbands widow maker heart attack in 2004, the doctor said just relax and enjoy life for a while. So it happened: the 43' NewMar Mountain Aire coach was purchased and the house sold....eventually. Relaxing? Not always! We are truly blessed to spend this time together... and with friends.
September 2015 now traveling with Ford F350diesel dually and Host Mammoth Truck Camper.