What may be missing is the obvious question of what YOU like in an RV park!
With a wide range of likes/dislikes, we need to know what you feel makes an good park?
I personally do not go for the type of parks many here like!
We do not want to be crowded, nor do we like to be without what we call the "nice" things like water and electricity, so we often fall in between the parkinglot folks and the boonies!
That makes the Corp park first in line with state and federal after and if we are truly pressed, then we might go to commercal parks but not for long!
Goose island is okay but not on the beach section where you are wall to wall but back in the woods, where there may be 20 feet of realy think brush between you and the next one. Not too good for noise as it winds up next to the obat ramps and a neighborhood where there is a lot of really, really loud boat traffic but okay for a few nights as we wanted to see the birds. If the right time of year, you may catch the whooping crane and sand hill crane migration as they do stay there for a bit.
Not necessarily in the park but around the area and if you drive the shore road to the "big tree", you are likely to find them in the fields---if the right time!
We hear them and can sometimes spot them as they pass over our house but we wanted way closer!
Choke canyon is a bit South of SA and can be nice and quiet with good sites if that is your style.
Tyler state park is nice if coming intot he state on the NE corner?
But then , what do you like?
This is just what WE like for camping! Nobody in sight! Water and electricity and the holding tanks will last for three days and that fits us most occasions as we prefer our neighbors on four legs!