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29 RV Parks near Llano, Texas
Sep 2017 - $20.00
This is a great option for an overnighter. It's located right on a city-owned park along the Llano River, so it's got a nice view. It's essentially a parking lot with sites marked off, so all sites are paved and back in. It had good hookups, but no wifi. There were no showers that we saw, but we had plenty of over-the-air TV stations, and there were restaurants right on the other side of the river. There is a hike/bike trail along the river, as well as a park for kids. The park was quiet while we were there, though. Payment is self-pay on the honor system by putting cash in an envelope. Price is great for the value. We would definitely stay here in the future. - Suzy S
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Paved parking lot with yellow stripes. Full hookup. Fairly close to river and right next to city park. Sites are wide but a large motor home may be too long. There is another city park across the river which will accommodate all sizes and has river access but it is $27.00. Self pay. Seven day limit. - fander
Feb 2013 - $15.00
Nothing but a parking lot with lines here, but it is right on the water. There were two campers when we were there -- us and one other. Pay on the honor system, first come, first served. - Atfulldraw
Sites: 25 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 12 Reviews
Jun 2019 - $23.00
Camp hosts were outstanding! Wifi was excellent. Price reflects weekly rate. - davedopp
Mar 2016 - $27.00
The park is in a very nice location, within walking distance of the LLano River. The laundry clean, 2 washers, 2 dryers-$1.50 ea. The hostess was friendly and check-in fast. We were able to choose our sight. Wi-Fi worked good-Electric good. The only thing lacking was Cable. There is another area across the river that is City too and has elec. and water. Smaller sites. I would stay here again. - carold
Jun 2013 - $27.00
This is a small and very well maintained city park with full hook ups. A friendly and helpful host checked us in at the cute front office. The road is paved, and the very long, level, pull through pad is gravel with plenty of space for the towed, so no need to unhook the towed if you are here for just one night. Big rig access is good. Very quiet, space around the RV, a few shade trees, grass between sites, and a picnic table. The bathroom and separate shower room are clean, and the laundry room is large and well equipped. WiFi and cell are good. The police department is just over the road, so that adds to the sense of security. Wonderful local restaurants, shops, and plenty of sightseeing in the area. The walk along by the river is very pretty and great for walking your pets. We have stayed here twice and will do so again; it's a wonderful campground in a wonderful area. - tobyjug
Mar 2011 - $20.00
The lady (probably the owner) that checked us in was very friendly and we felt welcomed. This is a *very* basic RV park with few if any amenities other than 50 amp full hook up sites - the only reason we stayed here was because the Llano municipal RV park was full. The sites are a little to *very* unlevel. The 50 amp outlets have an outdoor cover that will *not* let you plug in your 50 amp plug - I had to remove the cover so the plug would fit. Also, the 50 amp outlets are protected with a *60* amp circuit breaker. This is amazing (not to mention potentially dangerous.) There are several permanent 'campers' here, some with an amazing amount of junk around their sites. One of them lives in a 'cookie wagon' (a small version of a box truck) parked under a tree. For those campers that don't like campgrounds with a lot of rules and aggressive enforcement, you will love this place. As far as I know there are no written rules and no enforcement. Two nights in a row my wife was awakened at one am by screaming children. If you need to stay here, the entrance is: N 30.612014, W 98.703767 - John - Tx Hill Country
Oct 2006 - $16.00
Nice park and a great restaurant, Tin Cup Cafe on site. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. - flybear
Jul 2019 - $34.00
We just stayed one night on our way to Colorado, but loved the place. We had a great view of the Llano River & even walked down to get a better view!
The entire place was immaculate and clearly well cared for!
While we got in after the office closed and didn’t actually meet the staff, they did call to check on us to be sure we had everything we needed.
Others have stated that the sites were too close together, but even with our slides put on both sides, we had plenty of room and didn’t feel cramped at all!
The WiFi signal was excellent, the cable was great and we had plenty of water pressure!
VERY NICE place and we WILL go back! - Susan Gibson
Mar 2019 - $40.00
We stayed here over a weekend while attending an event in Llano. Since we were busy at the event we didn't use any of the park amenities. It was easy access into the park and check in went well. Roads were gravel and easy to navigate through the park. There were no trees to worry about. We had a pull through site that was gravel. Hookups worked well. Water pressure, howerver, was pretty low. Verizon cell service was good. Sites were level, but close together. Our neighbor had a trailer in their yard that was right on top of our slide out. In all not a bad park, just a bit tight and in my view expensive for what you get at the nightly rate. - Buckeyefan4
Oct 2018 - $17.00
While in Llano we stayed at Riverway RV Park that sits next to the Llano River. GPS brought us right to the park. The office staff was friendly. This is a Passport America park for 2 nights. The park roads and sites are gravel. We were in a long pull thru with a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. The hookups were convenient. ATT coverage was good for cellular at 4 bars and LTE was 3 bars. We would stay again at this park. - Bob & Jo
Sep 2017 - $40.00
This park is situated on 750 feet of the Llano River on the "slab" The slab is a granite outcropping over which the river flows. It has many interesting features and is very popular with the locals. On a summer day there can be hundreds of people parking and wading/swimming the river just steps from the campsite. The campsite is a beautiful piece of property and is well laid out; however, in dire need of some TLC. The roads are essentially dirt and compacted granite. There is a good bit of erosion on many sites due to recent rains and a number of sites are in bad shape and in need of leveling and weed clearing. There appear to be a number of full timers with loads of junk outside their campers despite the park rules stating the sites must be kept clear of trash and clutter. There is also a junk storage lot in the park with every type of broken or otherwise useless machinery scattered about. As you enter the park you are greeted by a broken down auto with a broken windshield and tow straps still attached. Not the welcome we were anticipating. For the price, $40 per night, the park is bare bones with the exception of water, electric and sewer. There are no restrooms, showers, cable or wifi. Given the rate structure, this park appears more appealing to full timers, $40 per night versus $440 for the month. The park is pet friendly; however, many of the full timers allow their dogs to run loose, despite the rules stating all dogs must be on leash. This made it difficult for us with our leashed dogs having the loose dogs running about. Also, doubt there is any dog droppings being picked up from all these loose dogs, so watch your step. - tomcotten
Aug 2017 - $25.00
New park that was gated and secure. The sites are very large approximately 35 ft wide by 80 to 90 ft long. Enough room to enjoy and not be 5 ft from you neighbor. Owners are friendly and the people are nice. The owners are still working on the park but as what we see it will be a great place for RV'ers who live in their RV. They will be a 10 star rating park when they complete everything. We would recommend this park to all our friends and family who want to be close to three different lakes and the secure feel from the gated rv park. - BNB
Jun 2006 - $22.00
This vacation sight was a total disappointment. We rented this house for 2 nights. Their web page states "Covered RV Port with electrical, water and sewer hookups - can also be used for extra covered parking for cars", but we stayed in the house. We picked this house because it stated that it had "Large, private sandy beach with lots of waterfront on the Llano Arm of Lake LBJ and Large, shallow water area perfect for families with children", but the water bottom was slimy, and we sank in the muck about a foot deep. The next door neighbors' water front looked better, but you were not permitted to trespass. We walked about 3/4 of the way across and couldn't stand the water any longer. The pictures on the web page gives a false sense of the beach house. The pictures include part of the neighbor's backyard and neighbor's water front. The furniture was broken and the shower was also broke. Casey, the lady at "Your Front Desk Services" was not friendly. You have to leave a voice message and ask her to call you back. I am still waiting for a return call. We left a day early and was not refunded nor discounted. - Rayleen
Apr 2016 - $38.00
Staff was very nice and helpful, plus its a pet and family friendly park! My kids loved it here. Boat and aqua bike rentals and plenty of other stuff to keep the kids occupied. Overall great stay. Probably not the best park if you are a picky camper. - Crosbies
Oct 2015 - $33.00
For those of you who want the park to offer cocktails at 5 o'clock every night, this is not the park for you. But for the other 99% of us, this is a good park! The staff is very helpful. They are willing to bend over backwards to make your stay with them very comfortable. This is a family owned park and the family is at the park daily attending to your needs as a camper. The park has many permanent residents and many of the trailers of these residents are older models, belonging to retirees who live there.
The park staff were helpful in directing us to all of the local spots to visit. They were forthcoming with any with answers to all questions which we ask of them. The staff guided every client into their spot, which was a great convenience to us. Since the water level of Lake Buchanan has been down, the water is not as close as it once was. However, it was only 100 yards from the campsites. The staff at Poppy's Point have created several "roads" which gave us access to a plethora of fishing and swimming opportunities. Additionally there were numerous wildlife sightings such as Canadian geese and herons. Bring your binoculars. The sunsets and star gazing are good for the soul. - t0rtuga44
Apr 2010 - $30.00
If you want a nice, leisure stay at a nice RV park, DON'T stay here. Even though we had paid for several days, we quietly disconnected and left very early the morning after our arrival. Slots are SMALL, there's no shade, it's not anywhere near what was advertised, NOISY till late night, kids on four wheelers and ATV's till late at night. I would not recommend this park at any $$ rate. The best thing about this park: we found Big Chief Park, it's very nice! - HHg
May 2019 - $27.00
Upon arrival we were greeted by a friendly gatekeeper who checked us in and gave us directions to our site. Entrance fees are charged in addition to your campsite fees and collected upon arrival at the park. The entrance fees are as follows per person per day: • Adults - $5 • Children (12 and younger) - FREE • Seniors (65 and older) - $2 • Disabled - $2 Roads are easy to navigate and so is parking. Most sites have a view of the lake in the distance. Good space between sites but no privacy. Park was well groomed and full of wildflowers while we were there. Most sites have shade for the picnic tables, grills, and fire rings, but not for the RVs. Many are not very level. Utilities in great shape. Activities include swing-sets, swimming, fishing, mini-golfing, and kayaking. Rentals available on site. When the lake is full the waterline is very close and there is a nice crushed granite beach. Ice and firewood is available on site. Online regulations require leashes for pets, but these are not published on the paperwork you get upon arrival, and do not seem to be enforced. The county park next door has a boat ramp, and on the weekends, crowds of people who like to blast their music and car horns. And speaking of noise, there is a large amount of traffic noise from 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM on the nearby, busy county road which is only 100 feet from some campsites. Groceries, fuel, restaurants, boat rentals, etc. are available ten minutes away in Kingsland. In spite of the noise, we plan to camp here again in the future in order to enjoy the other good attributes of the park. - BrentB
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Great gem on Lake Buchanan. Very clean restrooms, park, sites. Good roads, big spaces (backed up a 26' TT into space with no problems). Dog-friendly. Good tree coverage and campsite amenities too. - Cheryl Pratt
Oct 2017 - $38.00
Nice small park right on Buchanan Lake. Quiet weekend stay with about half of RV sites occupied and a half dozen tents in the tenting area. Hallmark Loop RV sites are level asphalt pads surrounded by crushed granite. Shade trees are sparse. Area between sites is spacious compared to private RV parks. Metal/wooden picnic table, fire ring and lantern pole not close by RV asphalt pad. Utility hook-up in good condition and did not experience any problems. Two sewer hook-ups available. I rated the site BAD because Site 6 has a street light 20 feet behind asphalt pad (in the middle of the field) so no need for any outside lighting as entire site is very bright which extremely limits night sky viewing (who wants to camp under a street light?!?!?). We couldn't understand why the light was in the middle of the field, but perhaps peak season brings lots of activity to the field that we didn't see during our stay in late October. Road noise for some sites on Hallmark Loop as they are close to rural highway, which was busy during the day; not so much throughout the night. Be prepared for lots and lots of sandspurs. - napunani
Apr 2019 - $10.00
Might not want to stay here if you have a dog. They have let weeds take over the RV park and the little yellow weed blooms turn into stickery like balls Anytime our dog goes out, it takes a while to get 15-20 stickery things off. Some weed killer would surely help. Also they have locked two of the three entrances to the place, so it adds extra time to get places. It is quiet and pretty even though you might need a 40 foot electrical cord to hook up - most hookups are on the wrong side. - 3dognight
Mar 2018 - $30.00
This is a little known RV Park that I discovered while playing at the Lighthouse Golf and Country Club in Kingsland, TX. The park is located near the 13th green of the golf course and provides a great view of Packsaddle Mountain. It is located in a nice residential area and feels very rural and safe. A little hard to find but well worth the effort. If you're a golfer it is within easy range of a few nice golf courses: Legends, Lighthouse, Delaware Springs, and Hidden Springs. Inks Lake State Park is nearby as well as Longhorn Caverns. You must call the Clubhouse and get the exact directions or address. The park is a little weird due to the fact that the hookups were laid out for Motorhomes, i.e. the hookups are at the front of the site so it makes things a little tricky for trailers and 5th wheels. If you stay here be sure and have the necessary water and electric wiring so to reach these hookups. Oddly enough, the sewer connection is accessible from the correct side for a 5th wheel. If you can handle the hookup situation then this place is well worth looking at. The lady handling the RV Park reservations is very helpful and nice. There were several "winter Texans" staying here and spoke of the low monthly rate. This is a really nice Texas Hillcountry getaway, especially if you like to play golf. - Lynn Wagoner