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Fort Clark Springs RV Park

Hwy 90
Brackettville, TX 78832
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2 Reviews
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We stayed here about 3 years ago. It is just as the other reviwer said. It was once something nice, but is now very run down and HOT in the summer. The RV section left a lot to be desired, but it was OK for a couple of days. There is a very nice spring fed swimming pool from the Mora Springs and we ate at a very nice restaurant in Bracketville, but overall it is a shame because with that wonderful spring and the huge grounds, it could be made into a top notch resort. Having been once, we would not go back unless it was renovated first.

Received from Em J for visit in Aug 2004

Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO
Impressive brochure, lovely entrance, huge (2700 acres) property of an old large fort with many buildings, many restored some time ago in some parts. The further one drives into the park, the shabbier things begin to look. Many of the buildings have been turned into row houses - which if cared for, would be lovely. Other parts of the park have aging park models here and there. The "RV" park is a big dirt parking lot with spaces close together, no shade - a big disappointment because there is a lot of undeveloped land. Our site overlooked the storage area of obsolete boats, trailers and junk. We had hoped to stay for a week or so, but checked in for only 1 night and were thankful we could use Passport for a total price of $12.75. The whole place looks like it is quite short of funds and is sliding downhill, despite all the very interesting facilities, land, huge natural springs pool, 2 golf courses, 22 miles of roads to bike and walk. Sites quite close together also. Not the worst RV place we have ever seen, but for sure the biggest disappointment. A couple of million into this entire place to re-energize it and it would be sold out year-round.

Received from Anon for visit in Feb 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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