7 Parks near Junction, Texas
Apr 2016 - $40.00
We pulled into this RV park in early evening. It was beautiful with large shade trees and plenty of grass and it was right on the river. We couldn't believe there was such a place in Junction, TX! We only stayed one night and didn't unhook. There was full hook-ups and it was mostly level. The only thing was they charge you $30 per night plus $5 per head in the truck including the driver! I thought that was strange. It was quiet and the ducks kept us entertained. There is a great little shop in Junction that carries dishes, country items, etc., but didn't get to stay long. We left early the next morning. - Marilynintexas
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Small, private campground on the river. Really loved the quiet of it, and the birds on the river every morning were great. The campground is owned by one person who lives on site and is very nice. The price is a little high (cash or check only) but the sites are full hookups. We really enjoyed our two day stay here and found it peaceful despite a little bit of road noise. - Lee and Trace
Oct 2015 - $40.00
The rate is $30 plus $5/for each person. The park is lovely with the river running alongside and very quiet. We only stayed 1 night in a Motorhome. - Gypsybelle
Apr 2016 - $25.00
The camp host were on site and greeted us as we came down the drive. The sites were level and the hook ups were centrally located. There was no cable or wifi, just a good stop over place. - Al and Anne-Marie
May 2015 - $30.00
Camp host was not there when we got there, but the owner noticed us parked there after about 5 minutes. She told us where to set up and said the host would get with us when he got back. The host and the owner were both polite and helpful. This is a small park, only 14 spaces with pull-throughs. Two had 50 amp service. Park was well cared for and was clean. They do not accept credit cards, so make sure you have cash. There is no pool or any other amenities, but there are deer that come into the park in the evening. We counted 20 of them feeding in the park. This is a good place to stay overnight when passing through on I-10. - Dale07
Apr 2015 - $30.00
Stayed here one night while passing thru the area. About 4 miles to the west of Junction just south of I-10. Must know the address since there are no signs. Mostly pull thru sites, some with 30 and some with 50 amps. Very peaceful place between a pecan orchard and the N. Llano river. Deer are plentiful in the evenings. 50A and sewer were good, fair water pressure. Cell coverage with our AT&T hotspot was good. Unable to get any TV channels from our antennae. Only 14 spots but seems to usually have sites available. We will definitely stay there again when in the area. - threehendersons
Jul 2016 - $18.00
Stayed 1 night. Beautiful area and wonderful opportunity to see wildlife.
We stayed in travel trailer.
Would stay again. - SemperParatus
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Second time staying at SLR State Park. Park star. Was very friendly and check in was easy. Site was pretty level - 1 block needed on front tires. Space 21 is the most private in the park, but all sites looked good to me. There are a few very nice hiking trails, both down to the river and into the hills. There are also 4 very nice Bird Blinds that allow good wildlife viewing. - Davishouse2
Apr 2016 - $20.00
In addition to the camping fee there is a $5 per day entrance fee unless you have a Texas State Park pass. The park is fairly easy access from interstate, just outside of Junction, Texas. The sites are well spaced and most have at least some shade. We could see through the trees enough to get satellite. We did not have a usable Verizon data signal and limited voice. The whole area seems to be off of the cell grid. The camp hosts were very nice and helpful. There is hiking or biking on the several trails and, of course, the river to float. We would certainly stay at this park again. - TheJim
Apr 2016 - $33.00
We stayed 1 night while passing through the area. The park had just opened this year. It didn't look complete. The new buildings were the cabins & bathhouse. The park appears to be on the flood plain. There was some heavy equipment parked between the sites and the river which degraded the view.
The park is a few miles from I-10 (Exit 457) along a 2 lane rural road in pretty good condition. Accessing the park requires a short drive along a gravel road that pitches down.
The sites are a mixture of back-ins and P/T's. Several sites along the outer edge of the park appear to be long term. The interior roads and site parking pads are compacted gravel. They are slightly elevated. But after a rain, there was pooled water on the roads. This park understands the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level site as the sites were generally level. Distance establishes privacy between the sites.
There are a few trees scattered along the flat & level sites so satellite reception would be dependent upon site assignment and your dish configuration. The park brochure showed 36 cable channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels.
The park provided WiFi was good. But only a few of the sites were occupied. It was password protected. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't try the NET10 phone so don't know about the reception.
The designated fenced pet areas were adequate to exercise a dog. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park roads. There weren't bag dispensers and waste collection stations in the park but there was a dumpster at the park's entrance to dispose of waste.
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. None of the structures in the park were identified as a severe weather shelter.
Although it was nothing special, we would stay here again if the need arose while traveling through the area. - bsb814
Mar 2016 - $36.00
Stopped on our way back from California. Wow have they come a long way from when we stopped last year during Labor Day weekend. The office is ready and the event center is done. The managers are really nice and made us feel right at home. WiFi worked great and they even have satellite TV at every site. We will sure stop again on our way home. - doxigrl
Oct 2015 - $32.00
When you are full timers you lose track of the days! Not remembering it was a holiday weekend We pulled in to our normal stopping place, the North Llano River RV Park, but they were booked. The managers graciously escorted us to their second campground. The campground is still under construction but we were able to stay the Labor Day weekend. Great view of the river and we had our cocktails on the shaded patio overlooking the river. Very quiet with deer passing through in the evening and early morning. We will be back for sure! Don't confuse this with the state park. This is just about a mile off the interstate and really close to town. Call first. - doxigrl
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This is our 3rd stay at this little park. 4 or 5 level areas on the bluff overlooking the river in this tiny Texas town convenient to I-10. No charge to stay. Picnic table, kids' playground equipment, and a large Texas smoker for BBQ. Park used by locals for fishing, picnics, softball. Excellent choice for an overnight enroute along I-10. - Tim B.
May 2015 - $1.00
We boon-docked here for one night. The park is across the river, but easily accessible by a bridge that will accommodate large coaches. We have a 40' with a toad. There were no facilities close to us, as it is a city park but it was quiet, and beautiful. There may be facilities located elsewhere in the park. Parked by the river easy in and out pull through. It was one of the most quiet and peaceful parks we've been in. - h2oskier
Apr 2014 - $1.00
This little Community Park is bordered by the Llalano River and there are tables along the river where you can park and stay a max of 3 days at no cost. There are no amenities except to listen to the river run, the birds, squirrels, turkeys, deer, geese and ducks. This is a great little park to stay for a day or two. Strictly dry camping. - Gogo3xgogo
Mar 2014 - $15.00
This is a very basic campground with minimal maintenance. There are no bathrooms, showers, Wi-Fi, or cable. Some of the electrical pedestals did not work and some water faucets were broken. Basically a patch of land set aside for a campground. The road and sites are on packed gravel and grass. All sites are pull-thrus that can accommodate large rigs with a tow. All sites had FHU with 20/30 amp electrical service. The electrical voltage was good at 125. Verizon cell phone was on extended network (usable) and the Verizon air card did not work. You will need to pay at the Phillips truck stop office. There was freeway noise at night. This is not a bad campground for one night. We would probably use this park again in the future. - adsaxs
Nov 2013 - $15.00
This is a patch of dirt in the outback area of Texas, Good 30 amp, water, and sewer. AT&T worked good. OK stop on your way thru this area. No longer a Passport America park, but same rate. We would stay again. - walt66
Jul 2013 - $15.00
This is a has-been park that does have full hookup but don't try to use the restrooms as they are pad locked. The sites are level, and it is easy on and off of I-10. OK for a quick overnight. We would stop here again if necessary. - User1930
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Our site was shady and level. The free cable and WiFi worked really well. We were met at the door and guided to our site. Wish we would have had our swimsuits because the pool looked really nice. Something to remember for the next time. - doxigrl
Jun 2016 - $37.00
This is a very cute, well run park. Check-in was a breeze and we were piloted to our site by a friendly fellow in a golf cart. There had been a big storm just before our are arrival, so everything was very wet and the river was flowing nicely. They said the water doesn't come up into the campsites. I was glad to hear that because Texas has been having a very stormy spring. The sites are gravel, so our rig and truck were a muddy mess when we left this place. Other than that we had an excellent stay. We made use of the fenced dog run and walked around the park. There was a pool and other amenities, but we didn't use them. I wouldn't hesitate to use this park again if I'm in the area. - Camper Ally
May 2016 - $37.00
Big spaces and trees! Our campsite had a little pagoda with two glider chairs, a pot with flowers, a smoker, fire pit, and a stone patio. So nice! We checked in after hours and one of the managers, Sam, came out and escorted us to our spot. We walked the loop and also walked down to the river. Lovely! Good TV channels and Internet too! - Betty2016