23 Parks near Liberty Hill, Texas
Feb 2016 - $100.00
Stayed at this campground for a short time. Rented one of the cabins. We are full time RVers and our rig was in the shop so we thought this was a great alternative while we waited for our "home" to be complete. On way to campground owners called and asked where we were? We were then told there is a 5pm check in, with no option for late check in.... WAIT, WHAT???? Yes you have to be there by 5pm. There is so much paperwork to fill out upon arrival that check in took almost 30 minutes, with repeated reminders that we were there "late". We stayed a few days and entire time felt we were under a microscope by owner. He would actually follow husband and I to cabin when we came in after work. Sometimes he would want to chat, sometimes just sat and watched us. We wanted neither. Long days and tired. Leave us alone. If we want to chat we will come find you. Also we have a special needs daughter. He was so paranoid about her being there that he made reasons to stop and check on her. Kind in the right environment, but it seemed like it stemmed more from paranoia. This is a BEAUTIFUL clean and well kept park and I understand because of his due diligence it is able to remain that way... but CHILL OUT, please! We left and didn't extend just because it was overboard. We are travel professionals. I am a travel nurse and husband a Commercial construction superintendent. We are not going to trash your place or deal drugs out the back of our vehicle.... relax!!! - Travelingbabycatcher
Apr 2015 - $22.00
Very nice campground. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Grounds are well maintained. The site was further away from Austin and Georgetown than we wanted to be, but it was very nice and quiet. - Harley e
Oct 2014 - $12.00
Excellent, quiet park. Owners are great and very friendly. Stayed here for 6 months and might be back on a long term basis. Very clean and well kept. - Bubbagin
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Smaller cramped park located convenient to the growing Leander area. Back in sites were very close / crowded, but the pull throughs in center were twice as long as needed, which was curious. Park drives are pebble gravel, and feature large messy puddles when raining. Little shade. Our site required 1 lego block pair to get level. Central complex has an attractive pool, but it also has very loud cowboy music playing non-stop. 25 channels of free analog cable TV worked fine. Staff were friendly and pleasant at check in. WiFi reliable but slow (0.7 Mbps up / 0.2 Mbps down during busy evening times). Very nice fully fenced large and very clean grassy dog park. - Llando88
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Small campground however level sites with nice sized pull-thru for big rigs and a toad [100' long]. The dog park is the largest we've seen and very well maintained. The hot tub was being opened the first night we stayed however we did not participate. It's a good location for visiting our family in Cedar Park. - Tony Connie and Rusty
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Very clean, well kept park tucked away among rural farms. Level, concrete sites, but fairly tight. Large, grassy, fenced dog park for your four legged friend to roam around in. Will stay again. - CWinLV
Aug 2016 - $26.00
This is a Corp of Engineers facility so we got a 50% discount. The Jim Hogg road is at a stop light, marked and easy to spot. Access is a nice paved road.
There is no sewer at the camping spot but there is a dumping station before the park exit. Bathroom and showers are a bit nasty.
The park host drives around every couple of hours. There are a few double spots for those with a boat. All sites have 20A and 30A service but not all have 50A, is not indicated on the website so you need to call. We preregistered on line, the formalities at the gate were fast. Nice trees and a 15'x15' covered pavilion with table and BBQ. Most site have lake-view, there is a boat ramp and fishing doc. No WiFi. No permanent residents seen. Lots of deer. - Geppetto
May 2016 - $36.00
Jim Hogg Park is a COE park on Lake Georgetown just west of Georgetown, Texas. It has 145 sites with water and electric. The first loop (sites 79-148) are 30A and shaded. The second loop (sites 1-78) are 50A and limited shade, but has the best lake views and access. All sites have a nice, covered picnic table. Deer and birds abound. We were in site 39 which is a double site with double wide pad and outstanding view of lake with a private trail to lake. The lake is clear and excellent for swimming. We've stayed at Jim Hogg Park many times. - drfife
Feb 2016 - $20.00
All back-in sites with concrete pads.
Easy walking distance to grocery store and resturants. Locted in the "Heart" of Quitman.
Cable TV was a bit wonky, more channels than we would ever watch.
Good electric and water, but make sure you have a 50 to 30 amp dogbone. Free Wi-Fi.
Park along tree-line in the summer to be in the shade.
Pay at ranger's residence with cash or check only. Drop box for payment.
A few long term residents but everything is kept clean.
Public bathrooms adjucent to city park / playground that we didn't use. - thetravelkids
Sep 2016 - $17.00
Very nice park as are most of the COE parks. Lots of room between sites. Nice staff and easy parking. Good ATT and we had easy satellite set-up. I could see that others didn't. My only problem with COE parks is the ridiculous check out time of 2:00 PM and check in of 3:00. 12:00 would be much better and more convenient for everyone. - vmi1962
Jul 2016 - $26.00
Overall the park had lots of shade and each site was nice with its own large pavilion over the camper table. has fire ring and bbq stand. Showers and bath were extra scary with band aids and wet toilet paper here and there. We never use the bathrooms since we have our own in the camper but we always check them out. Campers previous to us left all of their garbage loose in the fire ring so we had to clean that up. We are planning on returning again. - sblanck
May 2016 - $13.00
We have stayed at Cedar Breaks before and I am sure we will stay here again. The park is very secure and quiet. Infrastructure is well maintained. Sites are asphalt with caliche and natural grass all around - including wild flowers galore and have open views of the lake. There is a covered patio with a picnic table and each site had both a fire and bar-b-q pits. Sites offer water and electricity (30 and 50 amp) and there is a dump station for sewer. If you boat or fish, there is large boat ramp and day use area set apart from the camping circle. - the Fishers
May 2011 - $25.00
Old, junked up campground. We had reservations but forfeited our payments as it was just too dirty and junky to feel safe in staying. Owner very friendly, but the campground was nearly full of rigs permanently or near permanently parked. Just not acceptable for us. - JIMNJAN
Feb 2006 - $15.00
This RV Park was off-the-beaten path and not very easy to find. We arrived after dark and there was no signage to help us figure out where the park was located. It's in a residential area on top of White Rim Mountain. But, once we found the office and phone number to call, the owner came down to help us get parked. The view was simply spectacular and the owner was very accommodating. Will definitely return in the future. - dlrhodes
Oct 2005 - $28.00
This park is a very small park actually on top of a mountain with what has to be one of the best views in the area. Beautiful hill country of Texas with Lake Travis in the distance. No shade but the breeze on the mountain top keeps one cool. There are only 10 sites with full hookups, and a small laundry room. It is on the north side of Lake Travis and convenient to Cedar Park, Leander and other towns north of Austin. The road into the park is steep, very steep, but the resulting view is worth it. The owner lives on site. Be sure to call before arrival to be sure a site is available. We will definitely stay here again. - NCBounder
Jun 2014 - $32.00
Mostly long-term tenants, pretty close to each other, and no dog park. Very quiet, clean, the people were friendly, and the laundry facility was appreciated. - 2Reese
Apr 2011 - $33.00
We stayed five nights, could not have better. Owners and help very attentive. Owner even gave us detailed driving directions before he was aware we were staying here. (His wife had registered us.) Very quiet and family friendly. Close enough to drive into city of Austin, near north suburbs and Lake Travis. - Lellars
Aug 2009 - $27.00
Beautiful views of the Texas hill country. Very friendly owners and staff. Not your "cookie cutter", side by side campsites. Well laid out to provide privacy and scenic views. - TomV
Sep 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. - SandyA
Mar 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. - DelArmy
Jan 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. - BJ&ME
Sep 2015 - $35.00
I called and talk to someone and he gave us a sight number. He did ask how many nights and that was all. In the morning, we are told that our sweet, lovable Shepard was not allowed. (A vicious breed). The owner was rude!!!! I went to check out and was told they only take cash or checks. The pool was OK, bathrooms and showers were private, but old looking and didn't look clean to me. I didn't use them. Some of the above information was not in their ad. Would never stay there again. - The penguins 3
Sep 2014 - $29.00
Nice clean park close to interstate. Sites are a little close but very long. The daily rates are great compared to other parks in the area. Getting to the park is a little confusing due to the proximity of the toll road. Nice little store with a tremendous amount stuff. We will stay here again. - mfcros
Sep 2013 - $32.00
We spent 1 month at this park. It is really well laid out, very clean, very nice clean pool, great community room, and wonderful laundry room. The lady who works weekends is very friendly and helpful. Management took care of any problems we had immediately. The people who stay in the park (a few are full-time residents) are also very friendly. It was a really pleasant experience. - Maribor
Apr 2013 - $40.00
Neat little RV park about 15mins East of Marble Falls. The front part of the park is the original portion. But, they just opened Phase II and added more sites (not sure how many). The roads in the park are crushed granite and well maintained. Each site had a concrete pad for sitting, but the RV parking area was just dirt/crushed granite and not particularly level. Bathroom and shower were OK. Not resort quality, but WAY better than some of the places I've been. There was a neat fire pit and hang out area in front of the bathroom and shower building. We didn't get to use it, but I could see where it would be a great place to hang out and meet other folks staying in the park. The onsite Park manager was very nice. I think the only draw back to this RV park is that it was a bit far to Marble Falls, since we had to drive back a forth several times a day. - TheGerm
Mar 2013 - $40.00
We are fulltimers and we came across this RV Park while looking for a place to move our RV. As soon as we drove up the owner came & greeted us like we were old friends. They made us feel very comfortable immediately and did have a space available, so we made plans to move here the next day. We've been here 7 months. They have since built a great new area "down the hill", which is great for full timers and over 55 types. The park has places to cook out with cookers and tables, nice laundry & showers, a pool table and an outdoor kitchen. The creek runs below, when the water is running. They also have a community garden area on the top of the park and one on the bottom area with lots of fruit trees. The spaces are large with nice big patios and there are trees between each space creating lots of privacy. I would recommend this park for anyone who wants a friendly atmosphere and a place in the Hill Country. - User3263
Mar 2011 - $30.00
WOW! I stayed in a sight that was over 100 feet long, talk about space and what a view. Over 50 miles view of the hill country, great location. The walking trails that lead over to the creek was very therapeutic and the nature is so preserved. It was close to Austin and Marble Falls so I had peace and not too far from the city. There is horse boarding close and considered boarding in the near future. Once again what a VIEW! See you again real soon Coldwater Creek RV Park. - Happy Trails Gypsy
Aug 2012 - $11.00
We loved our stay here for 6 weeks. The river runs right next to the rv sites and is great for fishing. Friendly manager is always available for help. Very clean and quiet campground. - Ranchfries
Jun 2012 - $30.00
We stayed 1 month at this park. Very quiet park. River access for fishing, nice paved road throughout the park. Center of the park offers several sitting areas and barbeques. The laundry room and 4 full bathhouses are exceptionally clean and in excellent working order. There is also a 1/4 mile walking track in the center of park. Park also has a large pet run and has a tub and a dryer for bathing your pets. Nice park for long term stays. - barry&shelly
Dec 2009 - $35.00
Very nice park with new owners. They don't have showers or restrooms yet, but overall a very clean and pleasant place to stay short or long term. Georgetown is a great city with a lot of things to do. You don't even have to go into Austin. Check it out. - dkh