Date of Stay:
September, 2010 -
This is the best RV park to stay at in the Georgetown/Austin area when considering the cost and amenities. There is not a pool or spa but the laundry is FREE and the horse shoe pit was nice. There are not any small children keeping you awake all night or dominating the pool. The people and management are very friendly and are not spying on you constantly with either the cameras or riding around on a golf cart and peeping into your windows at night. There is a BBQ pit, fire pit, tables and chairs to use by the office which was nice for cook outs with our new friends we made while staying there. The park is very clean and patios are being installed. We look forward to staying again We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
August, 2010 -
This is the nicest and most expensive park in the Georgetown area. The only complaints I have about this park is that they have let the grass and some shrubs die on many sites due to lack of watering and the weeds have taken over. The sites have an irrigation system but the owner keeps the water turned off. The shrubs are not being trimmed as they should be. Most of the sites have a lot of weeds growing in the gravel. Many cars were going too fast in the park. They have many restrictions/rules and the manager and owner are constantly riding around on a golf cart to enforce them. The stay felt like city living with the sites being in a long row and the people staying there were not that friendly. On the property next to the park the people were shooting guns every day which was disturbing. We camped at New Life RV Park in a Motorhome.