Remote park on one of the many lakes in Texas that is very low because of drought. Sites offer a covered picnic table. I got one of the few full sun sites so I could get a satellite signal. Not a lot to do unless you have a boat for fishing. Otherwise, there are plenty of paved roads to walk. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $13.00
We've been traveling for 7 months and this might be our favorite park so far. Wide roads all paved, paved parking pad, picnic table with shelter, fire pit, BEAUTIFUL lake view. I would have given this park a 10 if all the sites were as nice and level as ours. We still had some slope from front to back but side to side was perfect. We were in site #29 lake side. Lots of trees in park. COE parks can't be beat with a senior pass. Would highly recommend. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $13.00
Our campsite was ok, but our back-in skill was challenged by the low hanging trees. Once we go situated, we had a really nice spot next to the lake. Restrooms are inadequate to serve a campground of this size. There are only two shower stalls on each side of the restroom. Lighting in the restrooms is poor. Floors were dirty and the toilets/urinals were filthy. One of the worst facilities I have seen is seven years of full-time traveling. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
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Overall, this is a pretty good place to stay, just don't plan to use the restroom facilities.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $20.00
Great covered picnic table areas for each site -- even with a counter for cooking work. Very nice staff -- pretty sites. We do have a big rig and had to look to make sure we could have a site to back into with trees in the way. We stayed here two weeks -- and it was always clean and quiet. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $12.00
Daily rate reflects the Senior Pass discount. This is one of our favorite parks. The staff is friendly and accommodating. The folks at the office greeted us by name, and the park host stopped by and visited with us to make sure all was well. The roads are well-paved and wide, and the sites are angled and easy to navigate. Welcome news to a mediocre backer like me. Our site was level side-to-side, but it took several blocks for the rear stabilizers. Everything was super neat and clean, even the charcoal grill and the fire ring were free of ashes. The grills are of excellent quality. I would like to have one at home. We saw no trash anywhere. We like this park a lot, and would have rated it a "10" if not for the difficult lake access. I understand COE's desire to keep it "all natural"; I would think, however, that they could come up with some kind of reasonable lake access without destroying the natural ambiance. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in campsite 38, and stayed for five nights. Need to make reservations early as it fills up quickly on the weekends. Even though all campsites were filled up the park was very quite. Park host made regular checks to ensure all rules were being followed, we saw them stop and talk with a few whose vehicles were parked on the grass. You really need to visit the park to ensure the right campsite for your vehicle, older site, very uneven, odd angles and dips, we used quite a bit of lumber to ensure levelness, some sites really drop off near the back of the driveway so be prepared. Restrooms and showers were clean, looked like on weekdays they bring in a pressure sprayer to pressure spray the restrooms and recently vacated campsites - pavilion and grills. Lake is low due to the drought, park was clean, no trash seen. Lots to do and enjoy around the area, you are far enough to enjoy the outdoors without the crowded city/town feel, and a short drive (less then 2 miles) brings you access to supplies from large retailers if needed. Will visit again. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Great location just north of Austin Texas. Close enough that you can drive to town for events or dinner. I would have rated it higher, but it appears that it's getting a bit run down. Bathrooms not well kept. We couldn't tell the last time cleaned. One of the Men's showers was plugged up and over flowing. The lake (like many other Texas lakes) is way down and distracts from the beauty of the area. Campground attendants seemed to be OK, but we didn't really see much of them. Most sites on the inside of loops were level or close to level. Sites on the outside and closer to the water would be difficult to park anything in. Gates have key pad codes. Make sure you get a code if your going to be later than when someone is at the check in gate or you have to walk in. Over all still a good place to camp. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Motorhome.
Great core park. Several shaded spots with lake views. The Hosts are very friendly and helpful. Very quiet during the week, but does fill up on the weekends. We always take a spot with a lake view. Each site has a pavilion and a BBQ. Take your bird feeders and hummingbird feeders as the bird watching is wonderful. Be sure and take those bird feeders down at night or the raccoons will raid them. Just 5 minutes to HEB and CVS. We love staying here. Wish we could make reservations. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $18.00
Nice park to camp in. Nice spacious lots and privacy. Only downside is no sewer hookup and only one dump station. Never have had an issue at this site. Highly recommend. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $12.00
This park would be a 10 if not for the restrooms. They are not dirty but not clean either. Shower head was broken. Need serious workover. Shower is possible though. Park is large with nice sites, good separation, mostly level and shaded. Verizon wireless card works well. Satellite ok depending on trees at the site. Welcomers very pleasant. Enjoyed our stay. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $9.00
The $9.00 a night rate was my half price with the senior pass; regular rate is 18.00. This place is worth the 18.00; it's just lovely. The camp hosts couldn't have been nicer. I like the fact that there's a security gate, since I was almost alone there on Sunday night. There is no swimming beach; the other COE campground has a swim beach. My site backed up to the lake and had no trees blocking the satellite. My Verizon phone got me online with my laptop. I saw a whole herd of little deer and a Jack Rabbit in the campground. I loved it there; if I didn't have to keep going I would have stayed the full two weeks. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2008 - $9.00
We were delighted with the condition and beauty of this COE park. The staff was very friendly, professional and helpful. This is the second time we stayed here using our "America the Beautiful" Senior pass. We will stay here again. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this campground! It's a very family-friendly facility with sites on the bluffs overlooking Lake Georgetown. The bathrooms and showers are okay (nothing great but clean). The sites are fairly large. We camped in our 34 foot class A motor home and our kids stayed on our site in a large tent. There was still plenty of room at our site. The sites closest to the lake fill up early on weekends so get to the park early if you want one of these "premium" sites. The view from the bluffs is quite lovely! We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2006 - $18.00
Very nice park. Large sites, most of them wooded. Each site has a 12' square pavilion with picnic table, BBQ grill and fire ring. There's 16 mile hiking trail, and a lake for fishing/kayaking. We camped at Cedar Breaks Park COE in a Travel Trailer.