Roll the RV into Berry Spring RV Park for a day or longer, with permanent residents taking advantage of this blissful country setting where old oak trees stand like sentinels offering shelter from a warm Texas sun.
Once upon a time, this area was a working farm, and its history is reflected in the nearby Berry Springs Park and Preserve, a massive area home to trees, trails, and a creek for fishing. The RV park is a short walk away from the preserve's newest entrance, adding a unique benefit to staying here! Expect full hook-ups to electricity (20/30/50 amps), water, sewer, and wi-fi. Sites are gravel with lush, green grass between motorhomes. A complimentary picnic table and shared fire pit are provided for guests. The all-inclusive daily rate is $40.
The staff at this pristine park go out of their way to ensure their guests have the best camping experience with clean restrooms, showers, and a laundry facility, plus a welcoming attitude to folks traveling with their pets. RV-dwelling pups are asked to stay on a leash no longer than 6 feet at all times, except when they can kick up their paws in the fully fenced, off-leash dog park. The standard camping rules of providing litter bags and picking up your pet's waste apply, and dogs are also welcome at the adjoining preserve. Tails will be wagging in this woofer wonderland where outdoor enthusiasts can trek the trails with their pooch on-leash!
A 6-minute drive finds you in Georgetown, a visual tribute to Victorian architecture and, in the months of March and April, home to a sea of red poppies that attracts tourists. A visit to the historic and eye-catching Town Square lets you discover unique boutique stores and restaurants, while Blue Hole Park offers a pretty lagoon with intrepid trails where dogs are allowed on a leash.
Berry Springs RV Park could be an epic adventure and a gateway to a feast of outdoor fun. The quiet ambiance is a huge drawcard for folks needing a tranquil escape, which is why this furrific park is popular all year round!