RV Park Reviews is now Available through the RV LIFE App on iPhones, iPads, and Android Devices.
Click Here to learn more.
5 RV Parks near Lake Brownwood, Texas
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lake Brownwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lake Brownwood in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Park is along the Pecan Bayou just north of Hwy 337 - but cannot hear the road sounds. Level sites - all paved - all hook up features available and a pretty good wifi signal - the bathrooms were clean and fully enclosed. Looked like some long-time residents were there but everything was neat and tidy. A big city park just across the lane - we actually saw deer in the early evenings over there. The town is pleasant and lots of good restaurants - all in all I would recommend this park for a quick stop or for a few days - very nice! - EllieMae Erskine
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This is a nice little park for a quick overnight stay as we head to our next destination. It's very easy in and very easy out. Site had to be 70-80 feet long. Handled my Phaeton and toad with lots of room to spare. Decent internet......and the price is right! - Phaeton01
May 2018 - $35.00
Easy access off of highway. Very nice setting right by the river and across the street from a large park. Even though it is located within the city limits, it was very quiet. Wi-Fi worked well and cable TV worked well. Owner was friendly. Would stay here again. - C Haynes
Feb 2018 - $25.00
A place to get off the road for overnight. - midnightpumpkin
Feb 2017 - $27.00
This is a gravel lot with hookups right on the side of the road. Most of the spaces are occupied by long termers and not the ones you would take home to meet the family - if you know what I mean. Wish I had known about this site before I visited this place up. - Dead Mule John
Nov 2010 - $23.00
Just a gravel parking lot along side the highway, this park offers nothing more than a place to overnight. Some large trees offer a bit of shade, but sites have no grass, tables, and are only identified by the hookups. Almost exclusively long term residents; we were the only transient RV during our stay. Free cable TV and good Wi-Fi, and Verizon cell was marginal and there was no aircard service. The manager was very friendly, and the park is convenient to shopping and dining in Brownwood. This is the only park in town, and next time we'll adjust our schedule to avoid overnighting in the area. - Meanderman
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Older campground with a number of old trailers & RVs with permanent residents. You will be under large old oaks. Campground is quiet & good for a one night stay. Manager is pleasant and very helpful. - Peter K
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Overall if you've been RVing or camping a while you know what to expect from Texas State Parks. If you don't like the outdoors don't come and complain, it's pretty simple. Some things will be a little rougher than those "resort" RV parks...prepare yourself. Weekends in the summer and holidays will be crowded with kids and adults being kids. We stayed in our Motorhome at site 70 in Council Bluff. It was next to the bathrooms. The sites are long enough, but width is tight. Not tight, as in next to people, the electric pedestal on one side, and picnic table bolted to the slab on the other make you place your RV just "so" to put out your slides without bumping one side. We drove through the park, this was the norm. But there's plenty of space between campers. Lots of trees and shade around our site, and the sun set on the other side of the RV making evenings awesome. I'm pretty sure all the RV sites were reserved. Lot's of hiking and just getting away from it all out here. There's not a lot of access to the water/lake directly from out site, but that was okay. The restrooms were clean, I peaked in the showers, they were clean but I didn't use them. There are some really neat CCC built structures in the park to explore include the Grand Staircase, lookouts, rec. halls and cabins. There are really no stores close to the park. Stores are not hard to get to, 15-20 miles away. Wifi was free and worked well most of the time. Ranger station has a small store with Ice. Our site had a patio, aluminum picnic table - in really good condition, park grill and fire ring with a grill as well. GET HERE EARLY. If you have a reservation, it only holds you a spot not a specific site. If you get here early you get to pick your spot. Site 70, lots of trees, easy to navigate and close but not too close to the restrooms. There are lots of other sites in the wide open if that's what you want. - mikel
Jun 2018 - $25.00
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend in a travel trailer with reservations made 6 months prior. We arrived Friday just before 1pm and there were 5 campsites available in Council Bluff with full hook-up. Ranger at Park Headquarters assigned us a site upon check-in, but told us that we could change to another once if we saw another site we liked better and that is exactly what we did. Sites along the lake (outside of loop) slope towards the lake, so leveling side-to-side was necessary. Semi shade sites with live oaks. Sites are very close, with about 10 feet of grass/weeds between each site. Metal picnic table was permanently located on site that we could step from RV steps onto table! One toilet/shower house for the 20 Council Bluff campsites and it has seen its better days and desperately needs renovating. Clean, but just worn out and NO ventilation so it was so stifling hot inside. Upon arrival, we found lots of trash on our campsite, on the ground and in the BBQ grill. The fire ring was nearly full of ash. Campsite #88 was next to the CCC built stone pavilion that had one picnic table and a fireplace. It was a kid hangout most of the weekend and they threw their trash everywhere! We could also hear the non-stop noise of the septic lift station that was nearby. No dark sky view during our stay due to surrounding campsites with spot lights and strings of lights everywhere! The only "wildlife" we saw were feral cats. - napunani
Apr 2018 - $27.00
We stayed in site 70 on the Council Bluff Loop. Outside the loop sites generally have more room between sites and more shade than the inside ones. There was plenty of privacy and an expansive open area behind us. This loop is full hookup and up to 50 amp. The site was long but a bit narrow, so we couldn't extend the awning. That was no problem since it was too windy to use it anyway. Some leveling was required, but this is common at many State Parks. Great trails. Raccoons, coyotes, foxes and deer are in the park. Various birds were in the area. This was our first encounter with stinging caterpillars (they look like many others that crawl on the ground, kind of grayish with lighter stripes and black fuzz). They crawled up lawn chairs, fell out of trees and stung three out of four of us. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets and stars at night. Very slow WiFi. Very strong AT&T. The couple that met us set up a tent behind our 5th wheel and had plenty of room. They were VERY pleased with the site and with the cleanliness of the facilities next to our site. We all had plenty of room for bikes and kayaks and other gear. It was quiet and sparsely populated since we camped during the week. No kids, some pets. If you plan to stay here during the weekends or summer, you should make reservations. If you want sewer, reservations are also recommended every time. This is true at many other State Parks. - Scott & Nancy