Wonderful private park. Very small with only 8 sites. Most were long term but all were well maintained and had newer rigs. One block to Lake LBJ and a fishing dock. In the middle of town but quiet. An absolutely gorgeous clubhouse. This park is a real gem. Reservations are essential. Owners live nearby and take great pride in their park. Absolutely would come back and would recommend it to anyone who wants quiet and a quality park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A return visit for us. This is a great little campground and the owners take great pride in maintaining it for their guests. Very good free Wi-Fi service and good over the air TV reception from Austin. It has one unisex restroom-shower combination which is kept spotless. Large clubhouse with cable TV available. Honor system laundry facilities. The previous reviews are accurate on. Pay with cash or check only. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This past weekend was our 2nd time to stay here. The husband and wife owners are the nicest people in the world. They greet you when you arrive and help you set up. It is a small park located in the city of Kingsland. The sites are nice and level with a cement patio and outside furniture (table and chairs) at each site. The office includes laundry and restrooms with showers which are the nicest we have ever seen. We will stay here anytime we can in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An oasis in the desert. A small, well maintained park. Owners called us to insure they would be available to direct us to a site. Only 1 unisex bathroom / shower, but it was spotless. “Honor System” laundry facilities. Cable TV available in the clubhouse. Limited over the air TV. Very good free Wi-Fi. Pay with cash or check only. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I thought I would update my previous review of this park. We spent two months at the park this past winter. The clubhouse has been completed. They did a beautiful job having used upscale fixtures. There are two washers and two dryers. This is unusual for a small park. There is a large screen TV, couches, chairs, and dinning area. There is a complete kitchen. This would be a great place for a reunion. It is my understanding that they are already taking reservations for winter Texans. Not sure what the monthly rate will be this winter. We paid $350.00 plus electric. We will use this park any time we are in the area We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a brand new park. The pull-thru sites are long, wide and level. Each site has a large concrete patio along with nice grass and curbing. We have a 40' motorhome with four slides and we had plenty of room. These spaces are large enough for any size rig. There is additional parking for boat trailers and such. A boat ramp is located just a few blocks away. Cell service is excellent. The Wi-Fi is free and strong. The clubhouse is about 75% finished and will have bathrooms, laundry and clubroom. The owners are wonderful hosts. They are very knowledgeable of the area and will do everything possible to make your stay a great experience. This is a great park to use as a home base for exploring the area. After visiting other parks in the Kingsland area, this is the only park we would consider staying in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This vacation sight was a total disappointment. We rented this house for 2 nights. Their web page states "Covered RV Port with electrical, water and sewer hookups - can also be used for extra covered parking for cars", but we stayed in the house. We picked this house because it stated that it had "Large, private sandy beach with lots of waterfront on the Llano Arm of Lake LBJ and Large, shallow water area perfect for families with children", but the water bottom was slimy, and we sank in the muck about a foot deep. The next door neighbors' water front looked better, but you were not permitted to trespass. We walked about 3/4 of the way across and couldn't stand the water any longer. The pictures on the web page gives a false sense of the beach house. The pictures include part of the neighbor's backyard and neighbor's water front. The furniture was broken and the shower was also broke. Casey, the lady at "Your Front Desk Services" was not friendly. You have to leave a voice message and ask her to call you back. I am still waiting for a return call. We left a day early and was not refunded nor discounted. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Park is close to city Sewage Treatment facility, lots of flies. Many long-term RV's in bad shape. Pool was nice, clean bathrooms, clean common areas, open sewage drains, items with standing water. Few picnic tables; most were dilapidated. Two sections of the park, one side was well-maintained, the other side wasn't. Wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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We were a little confused on arrival by this place since we had to drive thru a mobile home park to get into it. But the mobile homes were nicely kept and we felt secure in the area, so we continued. In addition to RV sites, there are villas that were nice. The pool is small, but appropriate for the size of the park and was never packed. There is a nice hottub, too. The restrooms were right next to the pool/rec room area. They were small (one toilet, one sink, one shower). There is a private boat ramp as well as some slips. The rec room had a large (60 in) projection TV, but the lenses were misaligned, so you couldn't watch (the picture looked like the old 3-D movies). They had lots of games, cards and billiards in the rec room. Also they had multiple coffee pots and a fridge. I had to get a sewer hose extension for this trip. All the hookups are at the rear of the site, so my 15 foot sewer hose just didn't cut it. This wasn't a problem (as I was planning on getting one anyway) except that the closest place to get the hose was Walmart in Marble Falls (about 30 minutes away). Because of the configuration of my RV, the sewer was the only connection that caused a problem. The grounds were well kept and everyone was very nice. The owners were out of town this weekend, but they had backup who they put up in the park. So someone was available 24/7 (not that we needed it). The park wasn't full, so we had plenty of room in front of the RV, but I could see how a full park would feel a little cramped. I would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The place has older mobile homes occupied, newer villas for rent, and older RV sites for rent. The updated swimming pool is very nice. The updated boat docks are nice. Most of the RV sites are 30 amp, but a couple are 50 amp. Be sure to bring 30' of water and sewer hose. Some RV sites have the utilities close to the RV where 10' of hoses would work, but many need 30' of hoses to connect. The RV sites are very close together. Some people can not pull out their awnings do to these small RV sites. Lake LBJ (aka Llano River) is a lake (dammed River) and as with most lakes it is not as clean as some people would like it to be. Be sure to visit where Slab Road and the Llano River cross, it is a unique area of rock formations (this is within bicycle distance). Also the local grocery store (HEB) is within bicycle distance. Overall, I would come back because the RV Park is in a good location of the Texas Hill Country. The biggest downfall is the RV sites are small, but the people are nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park with allot of permanent older units. Has limited 50amp connections & no pull thros. Park does have clean laundry & recreation hall with pool table & big screen TV.Very small, but clean bathroom area. Park is located on LBJ Lake with boat ramp & dock. The lake is not pretty & we didn't let our dogs swim in it. Tho folks in park said there is fishing. The sites are level & was fine for a layover while we visited friends in the area. Staff was friendly & helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.