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38 RV Parks near Rollingwood, Texas
We did however find 38 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rollingwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rollingwood in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $55.00
The first site we tried (A), wouldn't support much load on one of the 50 amp legs. The second site (52), worked fine although we were warned not to use all three air conditioners because it might blow the park supply fuses. The location of this park is great for an Austin visit. We could easily walk to Ladybird Lake, Zilker park, and a great number of restaurants. It was a short drive to the Capitol, the LBJ Presidential Library, H-E-B (groceries), Whole Foods, REI, and a bunch of music venues. This park is very picturesque with nice trees and a great feel. It was built in the 1940s, so the electrical power isn't the best. WiFi was good. We would certainly stay here again. One of our neighbors said they live a couple of hours out of town and always try to bring their Airstream to the Pecan Grove instead of a hotel room. Be careful of the Night Herons. They nest in the trees in April and May. They eat crawfish. And poop crawfish. Try not to be under one of their favorite trees. - Ward1980
Apr 2018 - $45.00
Great location for Austin city visit. Walking distance to park and lake and restaurants and music venues. Very few sites available. Many longer term residents. Some with sitting areas and flowers and lights. Be aware that driving into Austin city area may be a little intimidating. - 1coloradan
Mar 2018 - $47.00
This RV park on the south side of the river is very handy to touring downtown Austin and has easy access to the river trails. We like to walk and were able to access many places on foot. The park itself was tough to get to in our 40' motorhome towing a full-sized pickup. Although we had a decent pull through space we could not negotiate the turn into the site without unhooking. The aisle to our site was overhung with a very low power line, which had to be lifted (by the very helpful park manager) so that we could pass! - JanW
Mar 2014 - $18.00
I was here to attend an airshow event and had to park in an overflow area for two reasons. One is that the CG is completely full of permanents and the other is that sites are open only to active duty National Guard members. Retirees are not permitted. Even if that were the case, the park would not be on my list of acceptable campgrounds. There is only one authorized entrance to the military base and it is some distance from the campground. Most of the sites are for smaller RVs (30 ft or less) and many are un-level. It is more or less a sardine can with little room to maneuver into the sites. They do have full hook-ups and some shade. I did not see a bathhouse. Check in is at the lodging office and that is not well marked, which makes it difficult to find. Normal rates is shown, but overflow is free. - RLM
Mar 2019 - $25.00
This two night (Thu / Fri) stay was far above our expectations, based on other reviews, perhaps because it was the first week of March. While the other paved campsites were full, there were no day users, so the park was very quiet. Lots of grass around the very wide sites and down to the lake. Our 24' Class B+ just fit into Site 10. There was one Class A on another site, but this is not a place for "big rigs", both because of the site size and the hilly, twisting access road. The dump station is marked, but the opening is just a metal plate on the asphalt, not the typical foot-operated cap. And, there was no wash down hose. We are boaters, so watching the occasional pontoon or ski boat drive by was a plus. The gate was not locked during our stay. - Aarpskier
Apr 2012 - $25.00
We drove through this park on a Saturday. There is another comment that they can accommodate a 40 ft rig. We never saw one that could accommodate anything larger than a 30 ft trailer if that. Although the price is good for the area, I cannot recommend this park unless you are ready for many people, lots of noise and very crowded conditions. We would not consider returning to this park. It is also quite a distance outside the main part of the city and not really handy for doing the tourist thing. - TravelingAdams
Mar 2012 - $25.00
Nice, trees, grass with paved sites, but old. No pull throughs. Rate was for a lakefront site, non-lakefront (50 feet from the lake) was $20. Plus there is a $5 vehicle fee. TV reception was excellent. No Wi-Fi but our Verizon cell and broadband worked well. Quiet except for the invasion of boats Sat AM. We didn't stay on Sunday. Park gates close and are locked from 10PM to 7AM so don't plan on staying outside the park too late,or getting an early start! Twenty minutes or so to central Austin. We will return to take in more of what Austin has to offer. - rncordy
Feb 2017 - $20.00
We have been extremely disappointed in this park. We were told our payment was lost, although the check had been cashed. Our power pole was in such terrible shape that it ruined both our plug and power converter. The property managers are unfriendly and very hard to get hold of. Many residents have dirty, junk filled sites. - Airstream in Austin
Apr 2012 - $26.00
This is an old park with lots of permanent residents. However, we found that all the facilities worked, the families there were quiet and pleasant to be around. Lots of children, but very well controlled. Laundry room was large, clean and well equipped. Price was excellent for the area. Our Verizon worked well here, so we didn't use the WiFi. However, there is WiFi for free in the park if you can get it. We could not as we were in a back row. We paid for a week and the price reflects that. - TravelingAdams
Mar 2012 - $30.00
Turn around and run. Staff is jittery and the park is full of long term residents with little pride in their environment. Amenities are far from most sites and there is no common area. Scary chain link fence surrounds the property that is adjacent to the freeway. - AliRV
Sep 2019 - $37.00
Austin Lone Star is a well laid out RV park. Great staff! Pull through and graveled sites are of adequate length and we found them to be pleasingly wide, level, and well maintained. The new bath house and laundry are very nicely done .It's a bit tough getting into the park due to construction along the frontage road and I-35-dirty and very bumpy. They have a nice Astroturf dog park. Park map showed a playground but we could not find one here. We were very concerned about security at this park. At times (Sunday afternoons and after the office was closed) we noticed what appeared to be non -residents who accessed security gates coming in from elsewhere to use the pool--- some were a bit rowdy. One morning I awoke to go outside before sunrise and found a strange car parked next to our rig with the occupant asleep. Before I could return to the rig, the car and occupant sped off and departed. Not what one would expect in a Sun RV resort? Most disappointing were several deteriorating and poorly maintained sites with junky looking permanent or long term RV's. These sites made us think we were in a failing trailer park and not a Sun RV Resort. They have installed new park models in the rear which were very attractive- some of the best I have seen. We noticed a few sites that were recently paved with concrete and they looked great. It would be wonderful if Sun continued to expand the concrete pad improvement throughout the park. No cable but lots of off air channels. WiFi is average. We like staying with Sun RV parks and this park is well located for us, but we worry if the park is going to ignore deteriorating maintenance around long term sites. - americanrascal
Aug 2019 - $44.00
Stayed here for six nights while attending a submarine veterans convention. Park was clean with long gravel pull through sites. Do not rely on your GPS to take you to the entrance due to construction on I 35. Traffic is a mess. I called ahead and got verbal directions which brought me to the park entrance. - arkietraveler
Jun 2019 - $47.00
We stayed 4 nights and find the park very nice. All streets are asphalt and are a bit narrow but manageable. Sites are gravel or concrete. Our site was gravel and within 0.5" of level side to side. Front to back had a gentle slope to aid drainage. Power, water and sewer were all great. Most sites are shaded by large trees. Our pull thru was surprisingly wide which is a surprise for an in-town CG. Parking for our TV was convenient. There is no cable TV but air channels work well. The WiFi was a surprise, it worked remarkably well. My negative observations are some of the long term residents have let their sites become run-down and messy looking. The dog park needs some attention and in general several guests need training in how to pick up after their pets. As noted in earlier reviews the I-35 construction makes access a challenge. The location to the south parts of Austin make this an excellent choice and despite my negative comments we think this is a very nice park and plan to visit again when visiting relatives in Austin. - RedHorse1
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Royal Palms should not be considered an RV Park in any way, shape or form. The sites that RVs are placed are rough gravel and not level. There are many rules that are not enforced consistently. If you do break a rule you are fined heavily. There is absolutely no security and break-ins happen frequently. This location is in a very dangerous area of Austin with drugs users and vagrants. Park staff and management are extremely rude to RVers. The park is not friendly, not fun and not safe. I would not recommend this establishment to anyone. - Hard working people changing the skyline
Feb 2017 - $50.00
Royal Palms is a Royal Pain! We have stayed there for three years now, but this year there is new management and they are atrocious. They are nasty and will lie to your face without a thought.
Parking? They decided to charge you for a sticker to park in the lot you have paid to rent. Then they will tow you if you park in the street or on the gravel in front of your trailer. The guy who took our space when we left told us he was towed before he finished setting up the trailer.
Early this year they raised the rent with no notice, then added a $23 fee for garbage collection, something what had been included in the rent. Then they informed us we had to rake the leaves and water the trees (with water we have to purchase from them!) or we would be fined.
Physically, the park is well kept and the neighbors are great, but save yourself a lot of grief and stay away from the Royal Palms. - Ralph Hunt
Apr 2016 - $48.00
Airport and Highway Noise. Really a Mobile Home Park, which rents out uncommited gravel pads. Shower and Restroom are only available during business hours like after 9 am. Check in is a zoo, with a lot of confusion. $48 rate and offers no club discounts. We only stayed here because Austin was pretty sold out. You stay here, it is your own fault! - Sir_Charles395
May 2019 - $18.00
This park very near Austin TX thus there is "city" background noise. All the sights and sounds (music) are at your convenience. The park is large with several camping loops, hiking trails, water falls. The sites are large generally with foliage between. Roads are paved, sites packed gravel and mowed grass (green ground cover). Good water and electric. - O2TRVL
Nov 2018 - $25.00
Beware of the pull thru sites. They have a mean bend that prevents a fifth wheel from maneuvering in them. There are many trees so watch out for overhanging branches. The 30-amp electric and water hookups worked fine. The dump station was easy to use. Watch out for a coyote in the campground. The campground is very nice and the trail along the falls is pleasant. The campground phone was out of order and the staff seemed quite happy about it. There is no WiFi. The fire ring and picnic tables are at a ridiculous distance at the back of the campsite. - Melodycthomas
Nov 2018 - $30.00
McKinney Falls State Park is on the outskirts of Austin. Compared to most "urban" campgrounds, it rocks. The state park is nice. It's on the outskirts of Austin. A few hiking trails, a couple of swimming holes. The campground is mostly older. Sites tend to be small. Some are level, some aren't. You don't get assigned a site until you get there. The first site we were assigned was a lovely site. Level and spacious. But it was next to a family group that had 6 adults and 15-20 preschool age kids. Seriously, they had four cars parked in the site, and a lot of their toys and stuff had already migrated into what was supposed to be our site. We didn't want any of that, so we went back to the registration and got another site. The second site was a pull through, but it was small, and really meant for tent camping. We were able to get our small motorhome level on it, but it was challenging. The picnic table and rest of our site was 30 feet away, and we ended up not using it. For the price (including $6 per person per day park entry fee), it was fine, but we weren't overly impressed. Both Verizon and AT&T were fine. - AnnP
May 2006 - $30.00
Old park that needs improvements. Only RV site on the lake with hook-ups, but the beach is all rock. Kind of pricey for the shape it is in. - fireball