November 8, 2018 - reviewed by JoJo
Expensive And Surprisingly Unfriendly
Stopped in to use dump station and get potable water. I am not complaining that a few is charged, but the cost seemed steep compared to the overnight charge. Very tight turns to get back out.
The guy that led us to our spot wasn't all there and actually offered our fresh water hose to another guest while I walked around the other side of the RV in the middle of hooking it up for myself.
The lady in the office wasn't real friendly to my wife who needed to use the restroom either which didn't make sense.
This used to be a KOA and was taken over. A bitter or apathetic attitude towards customers is not going to help them succeed. We won't be back.
April 27, 2018 - reviewed by Kevin
Fine Park, $15 Uber from Downtown
We stayed 2 nights. Fine park with great clean showers and bathrooms. Didn’t use pool or laundry. All was fine otherwise
March 26, 2018 - reviewed by Ratrubber
Comfortable and Close
We stayed here for 4 nights and found it to be an extremely clean, quiet and pleasant park. It is only about 4 to 5 miles from downtown, about a $15.00 Uber charge. Couldn't stream TV in this park so we were limited to antenna. Very nice and spotless individual unisex shower/restrooms. Also, laundry room has a change machine. Decent dog run. Pricey but was here at the tail end of sxsw.
August 14, 2016 - reviewed by Teresa
This is an older RV park in a busy area. I found the office staff to be polite and helpful. I stayed a week because I had a number of appointments in Austin area. My site was nice with trees. I will stay here again. Call in advance. This is a busy place, best to make a reservation.
February 23, 2016 - reviewed by Joe
Not A Friendly Place
We pulled in here to find a place to stay on our trip through Texas. An older man in a golf cart approached us and asked what we wanted. When we asked if they had any RV spots, he laughed under his breath and said we needed reservations but he would ask the office. He then proceeded to tell us that they were full and we wouldn't be able to find anything within 30 miles that would be available. We said ok and that we would check other rv spots in the area. He insisted we couldnt find anything and then began rudely yelling at us for not listening to him. He told us his park checked everwhere else and he knew nothing was open. We were told to follow him to exit the park and were led on a unessessary joy ride through the tighest turns in the park with our 5th wheel. We left and called several other local RV parks. ALL of them had space. We stayed at McKinney State Park and had a great time.