23 Parks near Bartlett, Texas
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bartlett. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bartlett in the left hand column.
Dec 2015 - $11.00
We stayed the month of December. There had been a lot of rain before we got there. The sewer was full, but they had it pumped out the next day. Like most COE camps nice size sites. Not a lot of shade, but a shelter over picnic table. Really liked this it was big enough to use as car port for our motorcycle. Of course no wifi. No trouble with cell reception. Only 4 or 5 campers here through the week and only a couple more on the week end. Only around 25 sites here. You can see the lake from all sites. there is also a horse area with some trails. No play ground for kids. - rogjenmoore
Mar 2015 - $18.00
Each campsite has a nice pavilion over the picnic table and park hosts were nice.
Our site had several piles of dog feces that I had to clean up. There were also cigarette butts all over and a pile of dead bait type fish poured out near my water spigot--25 or more small, smelly, rotting fish.
Our campfire ring was full of ashes that I had to scoop out. Our grill was full of ashes and debris and the lid was non-functioning.
It's a small park with virtually no trees and no privacy from neighboring campers. Each space is very narrow and you are literally right next door to your neighbors. You can hear, see and smell everything they are doing. Everything. On Sunday of Spring Break, the camp ground was full and noisy. Many ill mannered children were running amok.
There is only one bathroom. We were there during Spring Break 2015 and the one bathroom had two toilet stalls and one shower (maybe two, I didn't look). The bathroom only had one functioning toilet (women's side). The other was clogged. There was wet toilet paper and human feces and blood all over the entire restroom! Not just on the floors. Apparently the park hosts don't clean the bathrooms. A scheduled service comes in and does that. I don't know how often.
I reserved 4 days at this park and I have to go home everyday to shower (70 mile round trip) as I'm a tent camper. I also had to drive about 5 miles to the nearest convenience store to use their toilets.
There were several barefooted children playing in the bathroom! Their mother was outside the bathroom sitting on a retaining wall playing her iPod very loudly and yelling at the children to hurry up. - texasreb
Mar 2014 - $22.00
The campground is located in a quiet rural area on the shore of Granger Lake, 40 miles northeast of Austin. The lake is quite popular this comfortable time of year with boaters and fishermen. The online reservation system was informative and easy to use, and the gate attendant was friendly and helpful. The pads are level, paved, and spaced far apart, so there is plenty of room. I visited during a very busy time at the lake - spring break - and the bathrooms showed it. They were too nasty to use. Based on the pristine condition of the rest of the park and campground, I imagine this is not the norm. Clean bathrooms and Wi-Fi would have resulted in a score of "8" or "9". - jdtex
Jul 2015 - $20.00
In a 42ft Class A. Used a back-in site but drove in so windshield had lakefront view--awesome. Sites about 120ft apart. Covered picnic tables. Very private site 15. 50 amp and water. 5 night stay. Level paved sites. Boat ramp in the park. 13 min drive to Taylor super market. Great find. Grill and fire ring at each site. Definitely come back after Texas heat breaks. Voice only for T-mobile, I did telework using AT&T and Verizon hotspots, both strong LTE with signal booster and roof antenna. COE parks have been excellent so far. Too bad flooding closed Somerville Lake and Canyon lake parks. - Navychop
May 2015 - $18.00
Sites are very spacious. There is water and electricity but no full sewer hookups. Lake is good for fishing and there is a designated swim area. You can reserve a site in advance or there are sites on a first come first basis. Gate attendants are always friendly and helpful. This is our go to campground. - K David
Mar 2015 - $24.00
This park is on the shores of Granger Lake and some of the sites have nice views of the water. Some are shaded and some are not. Most sites are very spacious and level and are surrounded by lush green grass. Parking at each site is back-in, but is very large and easy to get into. Each site has a picnic table which is covered by a large and sturdy shade shelter. There is reliable 50/30/20 amp electric service, water, fire ring, and covered grill at each site. Restrooms and showers are a bit dated and were a bit dirty, probably due to several large groups using the park at the time. The campground was quiet the first 2 days, but became noisy when the skiers started blasting their stereo just off shore. No wifi but strong Verizon signal. There is a swimming area and boat ramp. The biggest downer came at the end of our visit, when we went to the dump station. Unbeknownst to us, the drain was full and/or clogged, and we had a big mess when we opened the valve to our black tank! And when we reported this to the gate attendant, she said it had happened a couple of weeks ago also! Park entrance hours are from 6:00am - 10:00pm. - BrentB
Sep 2016 - $11.00
Thanks to the local Chamber of Commerce, we ended up here as all 'regular' rv parks in the area were full and we're glad we did. The park only had 3 other campers, very quiet, large lots. There is a playground and boat launch but little else. We've enjoyed other COE camping areas - we feel they're underrated. - cmclark
Jul 2014 - $16.00
We really enjoyed the quietness of the campground. The one major problem is that it is so remote it is practically impossible to make the 10 pm curfew. There needs to be a way for people to get into the campground after the gatekeeper leaves for the night. Rate is very reasonable. - beachvic
Mar 2012 - $18.00
Great place to be during spring, with beautiful wildflowers, wide spaces between sites, friendly gatekeepers. During the week, very quiet. Shopping just a few miles down the road. Lake with fishing in walking distance. Easter week end was very busy though. Would recommend though. - lonestarsteve
Apr 2014 - $25.00
Out in the country. A nice clean park. Very friendly owners. Had a problem with electric and they called a electrician. He was there in 30 minutes, problem fixed. We stayed one night. Park is out in a farm area; very peaceful, quiet. We'd stay here again. - JustDon
Jan 2017 - $14.00
I stayed here for a few months while visiting family in the area. It's very convenient to Georgetown with easy access to Austin as well. New management was taking over during my stay and he was very helpful when my planned departure kept changing. Everyone I met here was super nice. The pecan trees were beautiful and provided great shade before the leaves dropped and a nice bonus was picking up the free pecans since I made a pecan pie out of them. The grandkids really enjoyed the nature walks by the river and the playground. I've heard this property is in flood plain, so everyone staying here must be self sufficient and able to move when given the warning (well in advance). I understand the last time it happened was back in 2013, but still something to be aware of. The only thing that keeps the property from the highest rating for me is the laundry and public restrooms are in a rather old trailer that needs to be replaced, and suspect the new owner may do something about that. And I never think a property should be called a resort if they don't have a pool or spa. But from everything I've seen of other parks I checked out in the area, this is my favorite one and I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - Journeyer
Sep 2016 - $36.00
Somewhat difficult in finding this location due to massive road construction on I-35. We called owner to help get directions again to campground. He was sitting out along road flashing his lights on his golf cart where driveway was located. Good Sam discount (have Passport America, but did not ask about it). Owner very helpful in getting to site. We were 45 feet long towing a car. Got us into B7 which was a little undeveloped for our rig. Parked next to a palm tree touching our front right slide so we're unable to extend slide there. Very good services. Very peaceful and quite. Not sure if we would stay here again only for our size. Smaller units would be great for this campground. Getting out (with our unit was a little challenging) as we were real close to end picnic table. Owner was right out front waving and telling us thanks for stopping in. - Never Lost
Apr 2016 - $20.00
When making reservations was told that park almost full so no discount. When we arrived there had been cancellations and discount was honored. Exit from I-30 still under construction and access roads very narrow but doable. Park is well laid out and puts the "fun" in funky with lots of interesting items in trees, garden, & in fence. Owner guided us to site and helped us park our 42 footer in a pull through. He was gracious and offered advice on a couple of things we were ignorant of. There was some morning traffic noise and it rained one of the days there but we were extremely pleased and will stay here again if we come this way. - Doc Randy
Mar 2016 - $10.00
There aren't many other options in the area so we would stay again but the rest room/shower area needs a good cleaning. The hours of 9-9 for access are not convenient, the owner should invest in a combination lock so you could use the facilities when needed. It is pretty quiet at night, a few people living there leave early morning so a little noise then but not bad. - Lynn-Donny
Mar 2017 - $33.00
We had to come into Georgetown unexpectedly. When I called they said that they didn't have any pull troughs left. But, she called back and had rearranged a reservation to give us one. Then, we had to stay an extra night for business and our site was promised to someone else. They went out of their way to arrange it so that we could stay without having to move. Above and beyond the call! The park was FULL! Sites are pretty close together, but enough room to not feel sardined in. It was clean and I felt safe. It is right off the highway, but I didn't hear any traffic. - GranNan06
Dec 2016 - $13.00
Good park, no special amenities. Wi-Fi hit or miss. Better than it was a few years ago but still hit or miss. Would recommend for anyone that wants inexpensive safe park in Georgetown area. Owner expanding and trying to improve things. - Camperf
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Rate shown reflects one night at Passport America and four nights with GoodSam Discount. We were not impressed with this park. The pullthru sites were so narrow that, by the time we got far enough away from the electric box to put our slides out, we were pretty much off the gravel. We were not able to get level at all. We could not use our awning due to a tree too close to our site. There was no picnic table and, really, no room for one. They supposedly are very strict about cleaning up after your pets but our site had dog poop that we had to clean up so we didn't track it into our trailer. There were no trash cans so everything had to be taken to the dumpsters clear up at the front of the park. The highlight of our stay was the next door neighbor starting up his very loud motorcycle every morning at 5:30 a.m. We're also motorcyclists so obviously have nothing against bikers but that much noise that early shows a real lack of consideration for others and the park didn't seem to be interested in doing anything about it. And, to top it off, we got infested with ants - apparently, our site was on a very large anthill! We did not use the restrooms/showers but I did look in and they appeared OK. The WIFi worked well even though we were quite a ways from the office. It is very hard to get to but that is the fault of Texas' one-way access road system and no fault of the park. The staff was friendly but provided no escort to the site. We would not stay here again. - SandyA
Aug 2012 - $11.00
We loved our stay here for 6 weeks. The river runs right next to the rv sites and is great for fishing. Friendly manager is always available for help. Very clean and quiet campground. - Ranchfries
Jun 2012 - $30.00
We stayed 1 month at this park. Very quiet park. River access for fishing, nice paved road throughout the park. Center of the park offers several sitting areas and barbeques. The laundry room and 4 full bathhouses are exceptionally clean and in excellent working order. There is also a 1/4 mile walking track in the center of park. Park also has a large pet run and has a tub and a dryer for bathing your pets. Nice park for long term stays. - barry&shelly
Dec 2009 - $35.00
Very nice park with new owners. They don't have showers or restrooms yet, but overall a very clean and pleasant place to stay short or long term. Georgetown is a great city with a lot of things to do. You don't even have to go into Austin. Check it out. - dkh
Mar 2017 - $35.00
Only stayed one night but give the park an overall excellent rating. Easy on and off I-35 (don't use the toll road!) ... a little preplanning is a good idea. I have a map program on the computer and use it to keep my GPS honest. They both agreed on the best route to the park. Park was neat, clean and friendly. Hookups were in excellent condition. Will definitely use it again. - gobigred
Jan 2017 - $39.00
Very nice and clean park on the outskirts of Georgetown. Host and staff are courteous. Residents here have well kept RV's. Very long pull through's This is a good stop for an overnight if traveling north-south on I-35 or for an extended visit to the greater Austin metropolitan area. As others have said, the approach is complicated by the arrangement of the SH130 turnpike/I35 interchange in the immediate area. Your GPS may even take you through a residential area, but it was no problem for my trailer. Payment is by cash or check. - one_strange_texan
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This was an overnight stop for us. Campground was clean and the sites were pull through . There was a pool and everythig looked very clean. There was a pig farm next door but we did not notice any smell from it. It was a little confusing figuring out the toll road to get to the park so be careful with that. We camped at this park in a 41' fifth wheel. - Fospat
Mar 2017 - $22.00
Stayed here for two weeks while visiting family nearby and also the city of Austin. Great value for the location: worth driving 20-30 minutes to everything, to save about $20+ a night. The RV park was adequate. Had no problem getting to it without using toll roads. We're kind of unique. We have a dually truck, 40' fifth wheel, and a small SUV that we use to tow a flatbed trailer with two small motorcycles. The site we had from front to back just fit our fifth wheel, with a couple extra feet maybe. Luckily there was some width so we could park our truck and our SUV/trailer next to the fifth wheel. Once we did this though, there was no other "outdoor space." Our vehicles were right next to the hookups for our neighbors. You're not slide-to-slide here, but it's fairly close.
There was an area for extra parking, and if you got into it early enough in the evening, you could park an extra vehicle there. It was actually nice to have a gravel site so we could put out our outdoor rug when we only had one vehicle on our site.
No problems with dust even on the windy days. Hookups worked as intended. WiFi could be used to check email/some websites, with patience. Had 1 bar of AT&T LTE. Very quiet here; some highway noise only at night.
Didn't use the laundry/showers/etc., since we have our own, plus those facilities are a bit of a trek across a field. The more transient sites are in an outer row, so we had a nice, grassy overlook. No trees so I can imagine it gets quite toasty in the summer. They have some cute western decor around (but note, I'm pretty sure the barrels are NOT for your garbage folks - just walk it to the dumpster).
My favorite aspect of this RV park was how nice the owner lady was on the phone when taking my reservation. It's so rare sometimes to have a pleasant conversation where the person taking the reservation doesn't make you feel like you're wasting their time giving you their business. Kudos to this owner. - FrozenWaters
Feb 2017 - $15.00
The RV park was easy to find and navigate with a 36 foot fifth wheel all the way to my pull through site. This is a quiet park. They staff are very friendly and accomodating, but, I'm not sure why they needed my driver license number, my truck and camper plate numbers. The roads and sites are all gravel, but very well maintained and low dust. There are no trees, there is alot of dog walking aeea. Power was good, water psi ok, antenna tv received Waco and Austin channels. There were no junky old permanent rvers in the park, nice. We stayed here in mid February using PA discount. I would definitely stay here again. - Diablo
Feb 2017 - $21.00
We were here for a week, so the $21 rate I posted is based on the weekly rate of $150 per week. This is a no frills park, that is works well for getting to Austin or Waco. The park was quiet, sitting about a mile off a highway, but there was no road noise. There are farms in the area, so you will hear roosters in the mornings. Most of the people are there long term, with a section set aside for daily and weekly tenants. The interior roads were fairly wide and the roads and sites were gravel. The hook-ups were easy to find and easy to connect. We found that the wi-fi wasn't that good and didn't work a lot of the time. We ended up using our hotspots most of the time. Antenna and satellite TV worked well, with the antenna getting stations from Austin and Waco. We would stay here again. - Bbtj