September 8, 2019 - reviewed by Clark Adventures
Registered price was $35, price marked up to $60 on arrivals for full connections (water, electricity, and sewer) on UT football game weekend. “Full connections” were in strange locations and electrical was in poor condition (lost power mid-day due to in park power system). Owner quickly resolved electrical power problem during the 100 + temperatures. Bathrooms are older but clean.
Request a location with parking spot & shade, we received neither but there were some available.
May 8, 2019 - reviewed by BB Van
Amazing Location !!
This is one of the few remaining urban campgrounds in the country. Located in walkable area in South Austin, a block from the river and two blocks from Barton Springs. Walk downtown and to South Congress Street in 10 minuets. Tons of restaurants nearby. Can be noisy on weekends- there’s a restaurant right next door but they do have live jazz on Sunday!
March 4, 2019 - reviewed by Kim Tribble
Great RV Park!
We stayed in the overflow spot, which was just fine. Bathrooms are older but kept very clean. This location is clearly incomparable to any others. Friendly staff and neighbors. We will he visiting again.
January 28, 2019 - reviewed by M&M
Get A Website
Hate wasting time to call... then told 25lb limit for dogs. Ridiculous! Plus the guy on the phone sounds irritated to have to answer questions about rates and availability. Again, get a website and we won’t have to waste your or our time calling.
September 21, 2018 - reviewed by Susie
Location, Location, Location
As a commercial realtor I see how one might say this place should be sold and reborn as high density affordable housing BUT as a fulltime RV'er I never want to see this place disappear. It's a relic. It needs some TLC but so well placed and full of good energy. Best location and decent rates. Bathroom was spotless and $1 laundry machines. Can't beat it!! Live on Pecan. I'll be back!
January 12, 2017 - reviewed by Junket Nomads
Discouraged, But We Will Be Back!
This RV park gets five stars for location, you can't beat it for access to anything in central Austin. The RV park is very rundown, not maintained well at all, and the bathrooms are disgusting. However, if you can stay in this location it is well worth living out of your rig for everything. The park is in desperate need of renovation, and there are many long term full-time residents. We were here during the winter, but the shade from the pecan trees would be wonderful.