This is a very nice campground on Lake LBJ. There is nothing to do there if you don't have a boat, but everything is well kept and it has easy access in and out. My 45' coach had no trouble at all. The deer are all over the place, if you like watching wildlife. My only objection is that they are over priced. They give you a discount, but only if you ask for it. The worst thing was the gnats (they don't bite but when we pull in our slides to leave we must have gotten at least a 1000 gnats inside and it took days to get them out.
This is a relatively new campground and is growing. Although the park is all Granite, the owner packs it very well and it is well maintained. The sites are level and access is very easy to get in and out. Everything is clean.Very nice laundry. They are working on the Recreation room and bathroom facilities. They will soon have a High speed internet connection in the Rec room with a computer you can use or you can plug in your laptop or you can use the wi fi in your coach. I am presently camped in the last site and sending this report on their wi-fi. The Wi fi speed is 54Mbs but 100 Mbs on their hard line. The owner is constantly upgrading and maintaining the campground. It sits on the top of a hill and you can see for miles, I believe that is why they call the place East View. The other campground close by are prone to flooding but there is no chance of that here. There are no trees but that is the way I like it since my motorhome is 45 feet long and 13'3" tall. It is the closest campground in Georgetown to the new toll road to Austin. You can find a Grocery (HEB), Wal Mart, Target, Home Depot within 15 minutes. The entrance to the campground is at East View Drive which is about 1/2 mile from the toll road and maybe three miles from I-35. I-35 is usually very busy. I avoid it at all costs. Especiall if you go to Austin in the morning or afternoon. I would recommend this park to anyone with a Big or Small rig. The owners are very helpful and friendly and their 6 year old is always looking for someone to play with.
This campground has a very easy access. Its the nicest Campground I have ever seen. I travel in a 45' Newell and it is definitely a Big Rig or little rig park. The check in staff member (man) was not very nice, but everyone else was. Maybe he was just having a bad day. He got aggrivated because we had a discount coupon from the Big Rig book, but didn't tell him first. He should have asked and had to recalculate the fee for the three day stay. I felt that they would give me the discount if I asked but if I didn't they would make more money. I can't blame them for wanting to make a profit but I felt that they were not being totally honest. That is my only complaint. Other than that one person the campground is a 10 plus. They even tell you that you can WASH you coach.
This is a wide open park. Easy access and easy to park my 45' motor home. No trees to worry about.However it is next to a par three golf course so you don't want to park in the row next to the greens unless you don't mind a golf ball in your window. I did park there but didn't get hit thank goodness, but I will park further away next time. Nothing to do here but very nice park. Definitely Big Rig Friendly. There are several ponds to fish in, but I never got a bite.
Great location. Hard to find. Very nice campground and plenty of room for my 45' Only negative thing I can say is that some of the entrances to the parking slab are steep. Watch out for dragging in the back. You could stay here forever and not see everything. Everything is easy to get to, and from, the campground.
They advertised big rig friendly. They were not. I did get into the park without a great deal of trouble but there only had one spot I could get into because of the trees. If your in a big rig and are in a spot for the night it will do, but one night was enough for me. We walked around the park and most of the spots are filled with old old campers.