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This campground has no shade but is close to Chalk Ridge Waterfall and other hikes. Beware, this short hike is still very rugged. The steps are covered in mudslides and there is zero signage to instruct people where to go.
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Good place to winter
This may be our new favorite of the COE's we have experienced. It's location close to Georgetown, Texas and all it has to offer, the shaded shelter over the table and the spectacular views... It's another amazing week of perfect lakefront living. The Cedar Breaks Park COE campground sits on the…
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Enjoyed our stay at the park, good sites with shade, a grill, fire ring and covered shelter. Park hosts were great, very friendly and helpful. Walking the dogs in the morning saw several grouping of deer, as people came out, they would run into the wooded areas, as soon as we passed, they would…
Lots of level, grassy, shaded sites.
The front part is for rv hookups, with the back road (will need a higher clearance vehicle) for tent/car camping. Lots of places to access the river. They also have a pool, the springs, showers and a bathroom, as well as cabins.
Sites were isolated, though we could still somewhat see our neighbors. Ground was even. Favorite part of the site was definitely the hike out.
Great tent sight with access to the water. Had a great weekend camping here.
Pace bend is a great little spot if you’re wanting to get out of the city for the weekend. Full of hiking, fishing, cliff jumping (at your own risk), and kayaking. They have reserved sites and first come first serve.
We loved Inks and will definitely return. The park was clean, the bathrooms were well maintained and the staff was really helpful. No issues..everyone minded their business. We always like to leave the place better than we found it and there was not alot of trash. Lots of good hiking trails and…
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This is a beautiful and huge camp ground with lots of nature to admire. The camp sites are spacious and feel very private, yet you don't feel alone with other campers nearby you. We had a stunning full hook up camp site with a climbable tree and took a hike to the waterfalls! There's lots of hiking…
Located in a shady river valley, hills and large trees provide late evening shade to the whole campground. There are water faucets, a rinse shower and composting toilets but no plumbing restroom facility. Campsite 17 is not shady during high sun hours but toward the late afternoon and early evening…
Arrived a little late but got set up in time to mingle with one of the homeless gentlemen who’s a frequent camper there. We drove up, parked, and got set up. No one ever greeted us nor checked us in. Also there’s no posted or briefed quiet hours so people were up and loud all night and we’ll into…
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This is a nice park. The rock formation is amazing and has great hiking trails.
We had a blast checking out this famous Texas dance hall! For $20 you can park in their parking lot/field and stay the night. Definitely worth it if you like live music and are in the area. We will definitely be back!
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All of the RV parks in Fredericksburg are expensive. So, we made the decision to spend our first night at Gillespie County Safety Rest Area. We had pretty low expectations for this overnight stop. However, we thoroughly enjoyed this stop. In fact, we almost stayed two nights! From here, we biked to…
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