Spend the summer at North Llano RV Park and you’ll be impressed with the friendly staff and beautiful setting by the river.
RVers are well catered for with ultra-spacious sites where easy connections to electricity (30/50), water, and sewer offer a comfortable stay. Sites and camp roads are compressed dirt with a choice of pull-through or back-in access. A picnic table, fire ring, and trendy patio furniture are featured on all sites. The daily rate is a wallet-friendly $37, and if you’ve come to camp out under the stars, you can pitch a tent on a grassy space with shade trees, all around for $20 to $25.
Bring your laptop as wifi is available throughout the park, and you’ll be happy with the pristine restrooms, showers, and laundry room. The camp offers an inviting pool for guests and road trippers who've been traveling all day.
Kids have their own playground, and if they’ve stowed away the family dog, they can relax at this pet-friendly park. The general rule is all pooches must remain on a leash no longer than 6 feet and be model doggy citizens. The caring hosts have opened a fenced dog park where pooches can run around off-leash but ask all guardians to provide litter bags and clean up their waste.
The park's peak times are holidays and the summer season, although many RVers roll in for a few nights on their way to San Antonio. Others arrive with the intention of exploring Junction, a scenic Texas town only 3 minutes from the park, where you can't miss the famous Deerhorn Tree, a landmark covered in antlers.
Birdwatchers will be keen to tour South Llano River State Park, where nature lovers explore the many trails, including the West Canyon Loop, an energetic, dog-friendly hike with 3.5 miles of wildlife and parkland views.
Checking in to North Llano River RV Park is an open initiation to discover this breathtaking part of Texas. It's close to the interstate (but noise pollution isn't a problem) and the restful Llano River.