Nice little place. Very nice hosts. Grounds were very well maintained. Sites were gravel and level with cement strips and grass between sites, offering you privacy. Very quiet area a little south of town. Lots to do in this little town of Llano. Lots of history and nice folks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for a month so nightly rates were not a consideration - the form required a number so I gave it $25 call and ask for an accurate number. They finished the club house during our visit & like all new buildings there were minor issues but they were addressed immediately and the club house continues to improve! A really first class operation ran by local couple who really care Spaces are generously sized and immaculately maintained! There no swimming pool, but there is the river so help yourself I say! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Location is just as you cross the Llano bridge from the north, turn right on highway 152. Sites are gravel with one foot wide concrete edges between the gravel drive and grass. There is grass in between the sites and there are a few young trees. There are long pull through sites with utilities at the back. The park is very well maintained. Roads are gravel. They do not have trash pickup at the site. WiFi was pass worded and had excellent speed and strength. Water, electricity, sewer were at the back of the site, great for trailers, but Motorhomes need longer connections. Cable with over 80 channels, but many are duplicates. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second stay at this very new and nice RV park. Easy access with good signage (large sign indicating entrance), very good interior roads, sites are all fairly long pull-throughs and 50 amp and full hookup. Plenty of maneuvering room for the big rigs and all sites are satellite-friendly. Good free WiFi. Extremely friendly owners who are on a mission of continuous improvement. Planned for the fall of 2013 is a meeting/gathering hall for rallies. My only issue with the park, and it's a minor one, is the placement of the power pedestals - for a motorhome they are located a little too far to the rear if you pull all the way forward in the site (we had to because we were towing a trailer.) Our power cord was at its maximum extended length, but we did make it work. This will always be our RV park of choice when we are in the Llano area. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Brand new park right on the Llano River! Nice spacing between sites and immaculately maintained park. Sites are very level, gravel, but with good grass. Approximately one mile into town, the road takes you right to the town square. Fast internet and super friendly management! We have stayed at all of the other parks in town and this one blows them away. Rate reflects weekly rate. Monthly rate is far less. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.