Date of Stay: June, 2012
Nice overnight stay. Different layout, but it lends to easy pull-through access. Park was very clean and quiet. The water connections had insulated boxes built around them for winter, which I thought was great. However, no latch of any sort on the front panel made it difficult to get water connected without getting up against the insulation or asking for another pair of hands. No grass anywhere: however, the park owner has made a nice "oasis" type area in the center of the park where they apparently have some entertainment at times. A bit of a desert feel. Would stay here again if passing through.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
We stayed at this park from February until moving out of state in June. Monthly rate was $295. Camp hosts and owner are very nice and the park is very quiet. No shaded spots, but there are young trees planted all over the park. Roads are paved, sites are small gravel rock, grassy areas between all sites. 2 washers and dryers that area available 24/7 and are free! One of the best things about this park is that it is right across the street from an access point to Berry Springs Park and Reserve. A great place to get outdoors for a moderate walk, hike, run or bike. If I camp/stay in Georgetown again, this park would be my choice.
Date of Stay: January, 2012
I did not camp here on a nightly rate, but stayed long term from 9/10 through 2/11 and paid $275/month. The park has primarily 3 spots that provide ample shade. The rest of the trees are fairly young. The road and sites are paved with small white rock that the owner keeps spread quite evenly. There are areas of grass in between each site. The owner has appropriate rules and expects folks to abide by them with courtesy and respect in the park. He is almost always immediately available and is often out and about. He also loves dogs!! I was lucky enough to be in one of the shaded sites up by the office/laundry and loved it. I only moved due to family work/commute needs. The park is quiet, simple and well-kept. Rates were well below some other parks in the area, and comparable to all other parks that are not as quiet and well-kept. If you need a place for the kids and want lots of activities right at the park, this is not the place for you. If you want a quiet, clean, friendly country stay, then this is your best bet in the Salado area. Easy access to Stillhouse Hollow Lake (a hidden gem in my opinion), Belton Lake, the historic town of Salado, and Georgetown. If I ever camp/stay in the Salado area again, this will be my choice.