Pros: Walter was an easy going host with a property that had some neat paths, rock formations, and ponds to check out. It's within 30 minutes of two state parks with extensive trails, caves, waterfalls, and swimming. Good grocery store 5 minutes away in town.
Cons: Nearby highway bridge is loud at night.
A neighbors house is visible from one of the sites. Even so, that site still has more room and privacy than a lot of the spots at the nearby State parks and the neighbors are nice.
Sandy Ridge campsites offer plenty of space and privacy. The walking trails are immersive and the pond is a nice spot to do some reflecting (ha, get it?). I wouldn't recommend Sandy Ridge as a fishing hotspot, so if angling is your primary objective, look elsewhere.
Flush toilet in the outhouse works well and is clean. Cody and Ingrid are very easy-going hosts who were happy to answer any questions.
Camped by the back stock pond. Nice and private. Fishing was excellent - plenty of sunfish, blue gills and small large mouth bass.
It's a working ranch, so expect a lot of cowpies around and some curious visitors in the morning. Would recommend a truck or SUV (preferably 4x4) to get back to the camping spots, especially if it has rained recently.
Downsides: Toilet in poolhouse didnt seem to be working (Bring a shovel!) You can hear I-30 and see the semis rolling by on the horizon, so this won't be your top choice if you're looking for deep seclusion.