Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $16.00
Rated cited is the Passport America rate. This is a very good camp to stay at if you are traveling the I-35 corridor. It's close to the highway but not so close as to hear noise. It is quite large with the park's bread and butter being seasonal longer-term campers. Sites were neat and no clutter. Management obviously does not allow the usual crap you often see at long-term camper sites. The office and showers appear new. TV reception via antenna is good. Roads are mostly paved with stone walking paths. If coming from the south, continue on the frontage road UNDER the overpass and down the hill to the entrance sign. Great value with Passport America. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $11.00
This park was ok. We were just here for work a few months. The site was very hard to get level. The office personal were friendly. Our monthly rent bill was nearly doubled by our electric bill. Higher than anywhere else we have stayed. There was a great propane company that came out each week. We moved to our next job, and we would not want to come back. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $21.00
The overall park is more attractive than it looked when I scanned it on Google maps. The trios of shrubs they plant at each site somehow adds a lot. They're planted trees in the newer area, and there's more gravel there, which gives plenty of room for parking toads and trailers. The older area near the office is quite attractive and there's a HUGE spreading oak there. The showers and patio and 'rec room' area is lovely. The showers/restrooms are our only concern. We were here Dec 22-24, and possibly they were short on staff, but I don't think that was the issue. The shower curtain .. would be VASTLY improved by a simple quick trip through a washing machine with bleach. A quick swipe on the floors daily would do wonders - from the debris (bits of dead grass, gravel, hairs, mud) accumulated along the edges, I'd guess the floors aren't cleaned often. I went for a shower when it was quite early in the day, and the trash had obviously not been emptied in a couple days. However, the campers seem to clean up after themselves. Hubby was turned off by the floor debris, and said the water pressure was very low when he showered. When I showered the next day, it was fine, but the shower head sprays more water elsewhere than on you. .it's a challenge to rinse off the soap. Heater fan works well - it was 30 degrees outside and I was comfortable taking the shower. There is a wall mounted hanging rack and I have a stiff shower basket, which is good, because there is absolutely NO place to set anything except on that dirty floor, which . .I finally sacrificed a towel to, so I could stand on it while I dressed - I took a paper towel and swiped up some debris - the floor is indeed absolutely filthy. HOWEVER, all that said. . I'd just be sure to take a standing towel , and my shower basket worked fine for storing my supplies off the floor. I'd stay here again, primarily because of that hiking trail nearby. The trail is accessed through a gate by the road, starts with a short hike across a meadow. You pick up a concrete trail/path/road for bicycles that runs alongside a woodsy area. .Every 20 feet or so, it's stamped with a trail of wildlife footprints in the concrete - we finally realized they were stamped in.. SO cute!! The park is VERY noisy at midday. Some residents have extremely loud motorcycles or something ..I don't know why they have to be so loud - we were trying to nap. And some others nearby were shouting back and forth, visiting. We're very quiet people, and we truly wish that others would simply modulate their voices a bit in public.. However, I'd stay again. Park functions well, and I'd like to hike that trail more. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $15.00
Very nice experience. Getting here is confusing with all the road turns. Our GPS got us there OK, but our friend's GPS led them astray. Staff were very friendly. We paid Passport America member price of $15, but the park are also Escapees RV Club members and offer their discount also. Park is filled with a lot of local workers, but they were all friendly and welcoming. Our gravel site was not level, but it was OK. The park has very pretty shrubs in area dividing the sites some flowering. We would stay here again. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $27.00
If you stayed here in the past, you should consider returning. The owners have invested a lot in improving this campground. It is clean, spacious, the Wi-Fi works and they have built new facilities for check-in, restrooms and laundry. The staff was very friendly. It is a good value campground. Ask for directions, the access from I-35 is confusing. We will stay here again. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $26.00
We stayed here five nights. Rate is based on one night at Passport America and four nights at Good Sam rate. Pull-through sites are long and level with a nice concrete pad. Hookups are convenient. The lady that checked us in was friendly and helpful, but she put us in the "new section", which was OK except the grass (weeds) was knee high between sites. She said they were going to mow it and they did start one day, but only worked for a couple of hours and quit. The old section was nicely mowed with nice space between and behind sites and there were empty sites. If we came here again, I would make sure we were not in the new section. My wife was able to get on the Wi-Fi, but I was not. Thank goodness we have a Verizon MiFi hot spot. If we come here again, I would look for another RV park. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $14.00
Rate represents Passport America discount. Check-in went flawlessly and the lady behind the counter was efficient, professional and friendly. Roads are asphalt, our long, pull through pad was crushed stone and there is a nice sized concrete patio. All utilities are located in a concrete pad of their own. Grass in our site needed mowing but I’m sure this was just a temporary issue. Sites are diagonal and you don’t feel cramped. We would definitely stay here again when passing through. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $26.00
The sites are long and very unlevel. The Wi-Fi is very slow. About the only thing good is the price. The cars drive about 25 MPH or more through here so I do not how it is family friendly. The lady that checked us in was very friendly and helpful. From the reviews it was the better one in this area. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $21.00
We spent a few days here and would come back. It is convenient to Georgetown, but not to Austin. Sites were fine, but close to each other. They were working on the bath house while we were there so can't comment on that, but the park was clean and well kept, so the expanded bath houses might be also. Verizon aircard worked fine. Rate shown was PA and Good Sam discounts. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $10.00
My wife and our two Great Danes have been staying at Berry Springs RV Park for a couple of months. We plan to stay until the end of Feb. when we will move east on our way north for the summer. The owners and employees at the park are great. and there have been many additions to the park while we have been here. They have added a meeting/party room (with big screen TV and satellite for the game) and three new, private, shower/bathrooms. The facilities are very nice, and the owners listen to input and requests from the guests. One of the best things about the park is it's right next to the Berry Springs Park, Georgetown's best public park. We pay $295 monthly. While the park isn't "close" to Austin it also doesn't cost what Austin RV parks cost, and Georgetown is a great community with everything you need. If you need or want to go to Austin you are only 30 - 40 minutes away. We use Verizon Wireless internet and get great 3G reception at all times. We don't use the park's WI-FI, but they do have it for those without their own internet access. We will be back to this park next time we winter in the Austin area. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $14.00
Nice RV park with long, well-spaced pull-through sites. Friendly staff that was very helpful. Located adjacent to a nice park with hiking trails and a nature walk. It is somewhat confusing to find the park if southbound on I-35, but for the Passport America price, this is a great park. We would stay here again. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
Very nice. Lady in the office was very friendly and helpful. This park was easy off and back onto I-35. It was very quiet and the permanent people were also friendly. We would without a doubt stay here again. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Motorhome.
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. We camped at Berry Springs RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.