35 RV Parks near Round Mountain, Texas
May 2017 - $25.00
Clean, basic park about 9 miles south of Marble Falls with mostly full time tidy residents. Nice, personal welcome from park manager who helped with accessing site and offering a step-down electrical connector for use as the site was a 50amp and our trailer uses 30amp. Neighbors were friendly and engaging as well which seemed to be the overall vibe here. There were neither a pet area or paths to walk a dog, so it required driving into Marble Falls for a park. As we were simply looking for a place to pause for a few days while I had foot surgery, it met our needs and was pleasant. - 2Openspaces
Oct 2012 - $22.00
Rate reflects a weekly stay plus an extra night. The Good: Our shady pull-through site was large to begin with then had an additional cement parking pad. It also had a shed for our use - the first we've ever seen that. Nice for our bikes when it rained. The park has lots of landscaping and was close to the Horseshoe Bay Resort where we had a business event to attend. While mostly filled with seasonal or permanent residents the park is quiet and clean with the owner present most days. Don't miss pie happy hour at the Blue Bonnet Cafe in Marble Falls! The Bad: Lack of a bathhouse - while an understandable expense and probably not an issue for most RVers we use them for showers and a second bathroom as we are a traveling family. We coped, but it's not ideal for us. The Wi-Fi was spotty and mostly unusable, we (as usual it seems) relied on our own Verizon air card for Internet connectivity which had acceptable speeds here. - Boyinks4Adventure
Oct 2012 - $25.00
We spent the night here on the way to an RV club rally. We had a reservation and were pleased to find a board with our name and a site # when we came in as the office was closed. The sites are huge, gravel pull-through with plenty of room for a big motor home and toad. Our little 23' Class C got lost. The site was shady and the landscaping very pleasant. The park is mostly used for permanent sites, but it was very quiet. Later in the evening the owner came by our rig, greeted us by name and thanked us for coming to stay in his park. What a pleasant experience! We paid $12.50 using Passport America for the site. This is a really special little park. If it had cable TV, I'd give it a 10. The over-the-air TV reception was spotty and we don't have satellite TV. - Road Princess
Dec 2017 - $53.00
Wife and I arrived for a quick getaway on a Friday. We departed on Sunday (and hated to leave!). This facility is excellent. A hidden gem. We stayed in a premium spot and was very pleased. We have a 43' new fifth wheel and it fit perfect. The spots at this facility are excellent. They have a boat ramp, walking paths, waterfront on three sides and more! We even loved the gated entry which keeps crap out!! We will definitely return here! Soon....... - TXRVKing2013
Nov 2017 - $52.00
This park sits right on huge Lake LBJ. We pull a 43 ft fifth wheel with an F350. Entry into the park was very easy. Staff were friendly and helpful. Fellow RVers were very friendly. Views of the lake are amazing. Lanes within the park are paved and wide. Sites are concrete and VERY long and level and spacious. Some sites have big trees. There is really nice grass areas between sites and all over the park. Utilities worked very well. AT&T Cell was okay. Verizon Broadband worked well. Park WIFI was good. No fenced Dog park. No Pool. Nice play area for kids . Being November we experienced no bugs. Can't wait to return to this great RV park for a much longer stay next time. - JanneC
Oct 2017 - $46.00
This is one of the nicer parks we've stayed in. The "pros" include level concrete site, sites are spaced nicely apart, the lake view, very quiet. The "cons" include: These workcampers must have the loudest golf carts we've ever heard. VERY LOUD. And, they themselves don't abide by the 10 mph speed limit (their literature says "enforced"), AND they often will just drive their carts on the grass in between sites to get to the other side. Our feeling is that management has not RV'ed much or been to many other parks.
There is a rule for dogs to stay on leash at all times. This is not enforced. We were warned on arrival by other campers to keep a watch out for a dog because it had been seen to be aggressive to other dogs while running loose. And yes, this is Texas, but we felt like a little more effort could be made to keep the stickers in check. They were't bad at the grass between sites, but in other areas they were quite thick.
The park is several miles from town but we viewed this as bonus. Dually drivers be forewarned: Marble Falls, while a great little town, is not big truck friendly in regard to parking. Utility hookups are excellent and well-placed. No fire ring at the sites but there is an area with 3-4 of them that can be used by anyone. We would return to this park but maybe with a little lower expectations. - Cameo2010
Sep 2016 - $20.00
We have a very nice site. Stayed on a weekend, and the place was packed, but it wasn't noisy. Awesome hiking trails, and you can swim in the river. - Bob806
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Site 45 had a pad just long enough for our travel trailer. We have a '12 Ram 3500 dually that we had to park sideways and were told it MUST be on the asphalt. No extra room for any other vehicles.
The picnic table was a little over 60 feet away. Very inconvenient. A LOT OF STICKERS!!!! Watch your little ones and dogs. Beautiful park, sites are relatively small for campers and vehicles.
Enjoyed the park. - debbieandjon
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Park personnel were friendly and efficient. Our site, though somewhat small, was adequate for our 5th wheel and was clean and orderly. Deer amble around the park in the evenings and early mornings. They are shy but not frightened.
If you want to see, swim in, or fish in the river, you will have a pretty good hike ahead of you. Parking areas are quite a distance from the river, and trails are mostly up-and-down hill. - K Graham
Oct 2012 - $30.00
When we arrived, there was a note and directions to our location. Didn't see anyone at the office until the next day. The park is on a hillside over the lake and parking was difficult for a large rig. Lot of full time residence. Park was average at best. Would stay here again, as choices are limited in the area. - Boatman
Apr 2010 - $30.00
The previous ratings are accurate except we paid $30 a night for three nights. There is one long term unit that is pretty trashy but the rest of the park looks good and is well kept. We were able to pick up an unsecured Internet connection that served our needs well. - Andy B.
Jun 2009 - $35.00
Reviews below hit the nail on the head, but park is dated and some spots are small ans peculiar. If you can get one of the four or five spots on the river front then this place may jump to a 9 or 10 otherwise it is average to below average, but right in Marble Falls - cottonwood
Aug 2017 - $23.00
I purchased a new Airstream on Friday in Buda, Texas and pulled in to Roadrunner RV Park after hours. A gentleman noticed right away and as I was returning to my tow vehicle he guided me to a pull through spot under trees as it was still about 100 degrees at 8:00 p.m. He and neighbors helped me identify equipment and I easily hooked up. My refrigerator was not cooling yet so I walked through the fence on the property line and brought back a Subway with chips and cold soda. I stayed two nights and found staff to be accommodating and the club house comfortable, clean and unpretentious. Loved browsing the library. They signed me up for Good Sam and I received a discount. Ate at the Mexican restaurant the second day...very authentic. I had a dog with me and was happy to find they had a pet strip that was the entire depth of the park, and they welcomed her in the office and club house. - Patricia Z Franson
Feb 2017 - $31.00
This is a very nice older RV park right in Johnson City. There is a gas station and a Lowe's store next door. There is very little hwy noise, but the doves sure make a racket. A great Mexican restaurant across the street. The 50 amp section has very deep, nicely spaced sites, but the 30 amp section site are very close. Both have concrete strips (in grass) to test you RV skill, but the staff will guide you in. The Wi-Fi can be iffy, and there is no cable TV. The utilities are very close to the ground. - Martini
Dec 2016 - $25.00
Sites are old, very narrow, gravel with 2 strips of concrete to drive on. Excellent Verizon cell and internet signal. Did not use wifi. - John and Carol
Sep 2015 - $42.00
We were in site 15 (water and 50A electric) at Krause Springs. The RV area is nothing special, but the springs are awesome. Interior roads very rough. Not suitable for low ground clearance RV's. Significant front to back cant at campsites. Could be problematic for motorhomes. - drfife
Jul 2011 - $48.00
I give this place 5 stars, will definitely return!! One review said this place was not RV friendly and that is pretty much true, However this is not an "RV resort" and doesn't need to be either. It is a beautiful swimming hole/garden recreation area designed by God himself. Thankfully they have places for you to park your RV and sleep the night while you enjoy the place. Yes, the spots are dirt, the ground is unlevel, and you need at least 15' of dump hose for the dump station. We stayed in a 31' Travel Trailer with no problems. We did drag the tail end of it on the way out though but no damage since the ground is dirt. The bathrooms are super nice. They do have picnic tables now at most of the RV spots. So if you want to visit this heavenly place and take your RV go ahead, but don't expect pavement or amenities that cater specifically to RVs. Enjoy the beautiful setting, be prepared with long dump hose and water hose and extension cord (the RV electric/water hookups are at the end of each site, not along the side) and you'll have a great relaxing, rejuvenating time. PS, put your trash up at night, or the raccoons will be all over your stuff. - primus777
Jun 2010 - $40.00
The park was almost full when we arrived. It was our first time to this park and it lived up to its billing. Everything was clean and the Krause's are nice folks. We stayed in a Travel Trailer and you are instructed to pull straight in for the hook-ups. If you vary, one side or the other, you begin to take up your neighbors space. The sites are not very big and the electrical and water hook-ups are all the way in the back. This can make it difficult depending on how your RV is arranged with the slide-outs. Most of the sites have at least partial shade and a make-shift fire ring. We didn't try our luck at fishing although we did see a few dip their rods without any success. They have two bathhouses, one older one (still clean) and a newer one (very nice). Although they do have a dump station, its rather difficult to locate, no sign and partially covered with grass. Its also very difficult to get to. I tried to reach it with a 12 foot hose and I was no where close. You must navigate your dump hose over, around and through some rather large stones. We ate out one night and picked Angels Ice house which turned out to be an excellent choice. It is very kid friendly and offers live music on Friday and Saturday night. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would not hesitate to return. - stlucia
Dec 2016 - $15.00
Cold Water Creek RV Park is an absolute treasure.
We are full time long term happy campers and RVers and just love this jewel of a RV Park / Resort. The slips are in the woods rather than the typical domino type parking. The privacy is nice as well as the Recreation Centers (Top & Bottom) for socializing and meeting other Campers.
Everyone is very nice and respectful of others; always willing to help out their neighbors. It is just a fantastic community and a great place to live. My wife and I have nicknamed our slip "Tranquility Base". We have our one bedroom luxury spaceship parked in the woods and are enjoying it.
The Eagle has landed. - ZzaRock
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This is a monthly park and we moved in August 2016 and continue to live there. Coldwater Creek is beautifully located and has beautiful sites with privacy. We started out in our 5th wheel but have since moved to a tiny house and we continue to live at Coldwater Creek. People and pet friendly. - Tony and Malinda Bostick
Jul 2016 - $23.00
This park clearly caters to full time, long term residents. If you have pets, there is very little grassy area and no play area for them so you walk in the street. The sites are extremely not level. I had to put 6 inches of blocks under the jacks to get level and the tires were 6 inches off the ground at that. And the trees are not trimmed back far enough for a big rig with slides. The real kicker is that if you stay for a day (after your first month) they do NOT prorate the month when you leave but want you to pay the full month's rent. If that were clear up front it might be OK, but not if you tell me that when giving 2 weeks notice that we are leaving. Buyer be ware. - JimInTexas
Aug 2017 - $5.00
On this trip we did Tent camping. I drove out there to pick a site before we camped, and settled on #28, but you cannot reserve this site online. 25-29 are only reservable by contacting LCRA, as these sites are cut off if the water in the lake is higher than 'full' (even though historically the water has been lower than full for countless years on end). This is the secret! and #28 is awesome. It is located up a little hill, on somewhat of a peninsula. There are trees all around and the area had been trimmed with a weedeater for several spots for tents. There is no specific tent pad, but there is level ground available. A picnic table and bbq pit is provided, as well as a fire ring. There is enough room to park 2-3 vehicles, or even a small ~18ft trailer could be parked as if pulled-through in front of the site. The road is rather large in this spot, and you could pull in and turn around if needed, as site 29 is up the hill and you do not block the road. There is no electric or water, but the site is nice and away from most of the others, including those that are reservable online. Even with a torrent of rain 6" in 4 hours the site provides good drainage as the parking area is at the crown of a small hill, just mind where your tent is. There is a small cove behind the site, that is easy to get to, but you might have other campers traipsing through your back door to get to the small cove. The lake is only 150 feet away, so taking a canoe or kayak is not an issue. The campground is split by this small cove, and this section is accessible via a minimally maintained dirt road (but still car passable even after the torrent rain). The other side of the park has paved roads to all but one of the sites and a real bathroom. Sites off the dirt road side have only a Port-a-Potty, and the real bathroom is across the cove and not accessible from sites 19-29. This is a diamond on Lake Travis and having the few sites that are "secret" such as not published online. - TexanTraveler
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is an update from the last time I was here. Good news/bad news. The free internet is no longer free. But the reality is, the internet was hit or miss in the past in terms of getting on. They have a lot of full timers here who like to stream videos and that was causing problems. I didn't pay the $5 fee for the one night I was here so I can't tell you if the internet is better now. I'm probably going to wind up spending a lot of time here in the future. But for one night...at $40, I think internet should be free. - LEB2
Jun 2017 - $35.00
This is a favorite stop-over when we visit the hill country. Long pull-throughs are easy. If you want to be beside the creek, only back-ins are available. A large clubhouse and gathering area are used regularly; a daily crowd gathers for coffee in the mornings. While we were there the WiFi was down due to a recent storm. Our satellite dish worked well for television reception. The dog run, splashing and swimming in the creek, a small store, the "world's biggest shower" and other curiosities make this a family-friendly place. - rfmscat
May 2017 - $40.00
Rate reflects a "Creek" site. Roads are compressed marble gravel, as are the sites. Scattered trees throughout the park...more on the creek-side of the park. Some permanent residents but all sites are kept up. There is grass between the sites and is well landscaped. There is a nicely kept clubhouse with full kitchen for rallies and a unique Indoor fire pit to gather around on those cold winter days. Will definitely be back. - Liteman