29 RV Parks near Spicewood, Texas
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
Feb 2010 - $20.00
The electric box had a 50amp, but it didn't work. Forgot to ask if they upgraded and it was complete. Only a quick stopover and we didn't need full 50, so we just used the 30amp. Otherwise same great time and place to stay. The park rangers rocked. - leonsrocketcar
May 2008 - $20.00
State Park so you pay an $8 entry fee plus the nightly fee. Back into concrete pads, trees aren't trimmed so beware. Stayed at #3 and no real place to eat outdoors as the ground rolled downhill once off the pad. Bathrooms/shower were clean. Stayed there in our 28' Class C and still had room to park a car in our slot. Had campfires, but grills were in bad shape. bring your own. - leonsrocketcar
Jul 2011 - $30.00
We stayed at this park for 4 days and enjoyed it completely. There was ample shade trees, the park was clean, the restrooms even though we didn't need them were very clean, the laundry room was small but very clean. Lot of deer to watch towards sunset. The owner was very courteous and helpful and a delight to deal with. The resident dog "Jake" was a lot of fun since we brought along our 5 month old puppy on her maiden voyage with us. We would definitely stay here again. Make sure you have everything because the closest Wal-Mart is 20 miles. We had some friends stay in a tent. It is 2 miles to the entrance of Pace Bend state park. - ncolburn
May 2017 - $32.00
The rate I posted is for the first week. They have three sites for overnighters or short stays. The other 57 sites are for long term residents. It is a very clean park all around. The owner can seem a bit gruff, but is a nice guy. We had some great neighbors when we were there for three weeks. If we end up back in the area for any time I would definitely consider staying here again. - RVRenegades
Mar 2017 - $40.00
The good stuff: Both times that I had contact with the office personnel, they were very courteous and helpful. There are 2 sets of free laundry facilities; one near the entrance and one at the cozy clubhouse, which has a full kitchen, 2 bathrooms and connected showers, at least 1 TV and a gathering area inside (3 tables and a fireplace) and out (plenty of seating). All the roads are paved. There is some landscaping. The less good stuff: roads are narrow with tight curves and some hills. I don't know how motor homes do it (I have a travel trailer). Next to our site were hundreds of potato-sized rocks; I kept turning my ankles when I had to walk on them. The bathroom toilets do not have lids, meaning items might unintentionally fall in, and flushing means bacteria can spread. (These are some of my pet peeves.) This place needs SIGNS for both directions! I passed several times before zeroing in on the entrance. If you're driving from the west (Marble Falls), the place is on the right. Watch for the 15-foot tall Cross, then turn into the 2nd driveway after it (be careful, at 55 mph). From the east (Cedar Park), watch for the First Baptist Church, on your right, then immediately move to the left lane, and watch for the campground's only sign, which is back a ways from the hwy. Bottom line: None of these issues would prevent me from returning. - John_K
Mar 2017 - $33.00
There are 3 pull thru sites for short term campers. The rest appear to be long term units. Very hilly. Narrow roads with multiple turns. Sites are too narrow with rocky drop offs to next terrace. Free washers and dryers. Pay satellite TV. Close to a relative that we wanted to visit, otherwise I would not stay here. - Bill and Pat
May 2017 - $47.00
Nicest resort in Austin. But call way in advance to make reservations as the park looks to be 85%+ full or long time residents- many 5th wheels. Not all gravel sites are level. Manicured grass and spotless park- staff are on site every day working to make it a very nice place to stay. Some resident sites a bit over stocked with personal belongings and many extra cars parked on sites. I asked for end site c-55- more spacious site . Wifi strong. No cable without one of the parks conversion boxes, but our Winnguard Razor roof top antenna picked up many local channels, we also had our sat. Watch the turn corners- for a big rig with tow will be tight and large boulders on grass near street to prevent you from cutting corner and getting on grass. Not assisted to site- so send the towed car to scout the route. - Oooooooo
May 2017 - $46.00
This is a nice dignified park so why would they allow a vendor to use his gasoline engine power washer to wash coaches on Sunday? Makes no sense to me but certainly violates the peace and dignity of the place. Just asking, aren't 6 days enough Ms Manager? I hope this guy is a line item on your income statement and you're using the revenue to keep the rates down. Yes? - Jagmoor
Apr 2017 - $47.00
A little pricey but nice park. I stayed here to visit a friend. - Babyblue1953
Jul 2008 - $37.00
We stayed in the gated area of the park and inn for two days. Our slot was by the small laundry. Sites were nice with trees and grass. The lake is close by. Folks were friendly, and my site was a back in site, and the staff was very helpful getting it safely docked. The rating reflects that while the campground is nice, it is expensive for the services delivered. Cautions: There are no circuit breakers on the power dock. Note there is no store, restroom/shower facilities, or propane, and the cost is higher than we are used to. This is a mixed community of long and short termer's. - RealMcCoys
Feb 2008 - $37.00
We stayed here for 2 months. CG managers on site and helpful. Very scenic hill country area of suburban Austin and convenient to Downtown (20 min.) Some good wide and deep shaded sites and others are little tighter, but most are excellent. Paved CG roads, and good grass areas at sites. Lots of full timers here with dogs, whose owners do not clean up after. We have large dog and scoop every time. Other extended stay owners don't seem to abide by same rules which were stressed to us at sign up. Wi-Fi reception is OK depend on location and tree cover. No LP gas available at CG. In motorhome have to disconnect and travel 7 miles to get, very inconvenient. No CG store and need to travel only 1/2 mi. to store. Laundry clean and newer units, 3 wash and 3 dryers. No other amenities at CG, but would camp/stay again. - wldbysmx
Jan 2008 - $30.00
Very nice spot with great staff. Though it doesn't have public bathroom, shower, store, & propane gas. It's got large grass area and trees. Close to downtown Austin. The foggy morning in this park is breathtaking. The fogs are so thick and you find your own RV yet, it is so beautiful. We will definitely come back. - airstreamnyc
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Great people giving you that special Texas feeling of hospitality. It's really convenient to all kinds of places near and around Austin. Quiet, with a country feeling. Only complaint would be the Internet could be stronger, but otherwise we love it. - traveling bug
Sep 2016 - $31.00
This is a solid RV park with a few drawbacks. Turning in off the Hamilton Pool Rd is a little tricky simply because the traffic is fairly heavy. I would recommend better visibility for their signing. Our site was a bit uneven, causing one of our front wheels to be off the ground. Not a serious problem for a 3 day stay. The restroom/shower is clean and okay but not handicapped equipped. There are several tighter turns, got half way a turn and had to stop and unhook our toad.
One of the other reviewers mentioned the host - he is a real bright spot for any RVer. Accommodating and eager to help in anyway he could. - bigben
May 2016 - $26.00
Had a lovely asphalt pull through site, with large grass area and new round picnic table under a shade tree. Lots of room on the pad to serve as a large patio area. Really could get comfortable, all hookups worked great, and the wireless was outstanding.
The most gracious host you could imagine. There are mostly long term rentals, but the park is meticulously kept up, quiet and clean.
Short drive into Bee Cave for shopping, and lots to do in the area. We highly recommend. - Travelling Anne
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
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
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
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