East View RV Ranch a quiet country retreat with a down-to-earth ambiance. RVs can pull off the road and get hooked up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer. Sites and internal roads are gravel with pull-through or back-in access, while wi-fi hotspots let you stay tuned to the Internet.
There is a picnic table on all RV sites but limited trees for shade, and you might have to bring your own grill. The grounds are simply beautiful, with wildflowers growing in the fields. A lot of folks make this rustic ranch their home and it's easy to see why.
Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are immaculate, as are the grounds, with permanent campers maintaining a pride in their sites. There's also a recreation room with a TV for indoor fun.
If the kids are staying with you at the ranch, take them to The Inner Cavern, a secret underground world some 10,000 years old. You might want to hike the San Gabriel River Park Trail, a nine-mile trek you can take with your dog. Throughout the park, there are playgrounds for children and open fields for playing ball.
East View RV Ranch is pet-friendly and provides doggy bags so you can pick up your fur-baby's waste. Your pooch will need to stay on a leash while outside the RV, and there are plenty of dog walking spaces for exercise.
Some folks stay at the ranch while visiting friends or family in Austin, a city under an hour’s drive from the camp. Austin has an eclectic, artistic flavor similar to Paris, France and like the “city of love” has a history of eccentricity in the people who have made this Texan capital their home. It's also bursting with picturesque lakes, bluegrass music, and museums.
Rolling into East View RV Ranch means spending time in a friendly, mellow atmosphere where cows moo happily in the paddocks. It’s a popular stay for campers wanting to discover the areas beyond the camp. Peak times are holidays and the summer months. It’s wise to book ahead as spaces can be limited due to the smart campers that live here full-time.