This place is far from being classified as a resort. The entrance to the park is nothing more than a mobile home park. The RV sites are stacked on top of each other with barely enough room to extend your awning. Parked next to us was a an old motor home with a window a/c unit boarded into to side window that had obviously been there for years. Parking is a nightmare, as boats, trailers, jet skis lined the street and every inch of space found. Although the staff were nice and helpful, we'll not be back. We camped at Rio Vista Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This park is in a great location to get on the river. The Colorado River here is wide enough to ski on, and works its way to beautiful constant level Lake LBJ. There is a boat ramp and slips for you to park your boat. The pool seemed nice. The check in was easy, they had our reservation and I was out of there in 5 minutes. There are quite a few permanent residences here even some old mobile homes. It is pretty tight and there were some spots that would take some jack knifing to get in. I wouldn't go so far to call it a resort but I would probably stay here again, especially if I want access to the river/lake. My cable didn't cooperate but there were a lot of channels on the antennae. We camped at Rio Vista Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $45.00
Nice park on Lake LBJ. Great fishing and boating. Water was very hard - undrinkable. Had to buy bottled water for drinking. A lot of permanent residents. Hookups were not in great shape. Nice staff and great location. We camped at Rio Vista Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
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 at Rio Vista Resort 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 at Rio Vista Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $13.00
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 at Rio Vista Resort in a Fifth Wheel.