Welcome to a campground right on the edge of town and run by the friendliest folks you might ever meet. The setting for Boone RV Park is a country-inspired mural of old oak trees with a captivating aura of home. It's right off the interstate so there can be traffic noise, but it's also a convenient stopover if you’re traveling the length of Texas or to the nearby cities of Austin and Fort Worth.
The park is a diamond find and exclusively for RVs with fairly level gravel sites offering connections to water, sewer, and electricity (30/50 amp). Staying online and accessing cable TV is all part of the service, as well as a picnic table and smooth, pull-through sites designed to fit around the old-world trees offering refuge from the Texas heat. The daily rate is $40.
The restroom, showers, and a laundry are immaculate with a communal barbeque area and camp store with supplies and souvenirs. A recreation room is ideal for club events, and if you’re in the mood for a round of golf, there is a course over the road at Hancock Springs Park, a captivating space with fun for the whole family. Swim with the fish in the massive mineral spring pool, or let the kids get happy in the playground, with opportunities to test their angler skills in the creek.
Boone RV Park is attuned to campers arriving with their furry pals and has an on-leash rule which is fairly practical considering the busy road nearby. Pet parents are asked to keep their campsite clean and pick up all doggy waste. Breed and size restrictions apply -- check with campground staff to make sure your woofer is eligible. There's also a pet play area right on-site.
You could walk or drive to Lampasas, under a mile from the park, where history is showcased in the County Courthouse, a chic tribute to French Empire architecture. The local museum goes deeper into the origins of Lampasas, while Cooper Spring Nature Park is ideal for scenic, tail-wagging walks. Dogs need to be on a leash as birds and butterflies make this park their home.
You’ll pawsitively love your stay at Boone RV Park, where the family hosts go out of their way to make your stay memorable.