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About Austin RV Park North

at Austin RV Parks, you can enjoy close access to the city’s best attractions — while enjoying the peace and quiet of our beautiful property. Whether you’re headed to downtown Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville Georgetown or Leander, our North Austin RV Park is central to attractions and events for all ages.

Enjoy easy access to Austin’s most popular attractions, like the Blanton Museum of Art, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Texas State Capitol, Zilker Botanical Garden and an expansive live music scene. In Round Rock, you can make a day out of the Round Rock Premium Outlets® — full of shopping deals and fashion steals. Sip happily at Georgetown Winery or head over to the Inner Space Cavern for an exciting, family-friendly adventure.



Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Phone Service
Reservable
Sewer Hookups
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Austin RV Park North is located in Texas
Latitude
30.4733 N
Longitude
-97.6817 W
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1 Review of Austin RV Park North
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Austin RV Park North - More an RV Park than a Campground

I found this place while I was searching on thedyrt for a place to camp nearby Austin. I dropped by to check it out. To my surprise, this was more of a traditional RV park for long-term stays rather than a RV campground or recreational park.

The RV park is nestled into a North Austin neighborhood about 20-30 minutes from the center of town. The neighborhood has a mix of houses, empty lots and industrial facilities. The park itself is enclosed by a fence and security system.

I spoke with the manager and he said that he does accept stays of a week, but you must call to check on availability. Each parking spot has hookups for water, electric and sewage. The park has wifi, laundry facilities, restroom, mailboxes and security cameras. There are no real recreational amenities or facilities in the park or in the nearby neighborhood.

This is not really a place to camp, but rather to stay for a while.