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Lake Brownwood area is full of trees, nice lake for boating, fishing and jet skis. The state park sits on a pretty cove of the lake. Sites 50,51 offer privacy and are close the bathroom/showers....not too close. You can see the water, but aren’t lakefront. Typical state park amenities. Sites have…
Green grass, well spaced concrete pads, and large pecan trees right along the San Saba river. There are full hookups and cable tv. The office is confusing and is down at the golf course office. (Avoid parking in the spaces up against the river and under the pecan trees. A couple of large branches…
We booked this in route to Austin for an overnight stay. It’s a nice little park. You pull in to the sites right off the road. It’s easily accessible and easy to leave. The bathrooms were clear. It’s next to a nice city park.
Nice clean park. New owner's and management! Spent one night and could see the work in progress. Level site. Nice and quiet. Will stay again!
In the middle of nowhere but so awesome to stop at on a long trip. Beautiful lake with a beach. Lovely trees everywhere around your sites. Gravel but mostly level.
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Nice Park on BL 8 the park is not big but has everything you need and they offer a military discount on their rates
Wow, such an amazing camping experience! We boondocked with our 36ft motorhome right on the beach.
$12 to get in and stay as much as you’d like. Busy on weekends but very quiet during the week.
They allow driving on the beach here from access #5 and north of it. Watch the tides, best to get in…
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The remarkable area of this park lies not in it's campground loop. The loop is pretty, lovely even, and it looks like a lot of other campgrounds on a beautiful lake. But take a walk along the lakeshore trail and see the cabins, dance hall, and steps constructed by the CCC and you'll be transported…
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This is camping the way we like it -- rustic, beautiful and inexpensive. And, there was no one there in January, despite the state parks being packed! We had the place completely to ourselves, with the exception of a few fisherman.
For $5 a night you can camp at any one of the dozens of…
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We have been renting cabins here for years. Each cabin is rustic and unique. There are tons of easy trails and shore access. It has great fishing areas, bridges, and stone structures to explore as well.
We stayed in loop 2 site 149. Very big well spaced lakeside sites. Wanted to add more days but the weekends book full. Plan ahead and book early.
Lake Brownwood State Park. We had a great time over here, not the biggest park but still very enjoyable we rode our bikes a lot there are a 3 miles bicycles, trail plus a hiking trail, and a few small trails around the park. The RV sites are not very private but still, it was a good time, because…
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This is a great place to stop and see the sights in the area. I had a reservation and asked to come in one day early. They said fine. Have a wide level concrete pad with full hookups. There is some cable tv cable there but we didn’t hook it up. You can have a choice of shade under large pecan trees…
This RV campground is beautiful and away from any road or city sounds and light pollution. This would be 5 stars but there are very few full hookup spots with sewer. Go to Recreation.gov to reserve your spot. If your in the area you won’t regret the stop!
We randomly stayed here overnight after making a detour to the cute town of Coleman (about 20 minutes away). It's clearly a local spot but was a great option for a stop over out of Texas. There's several sites right next to the lake with water and electric for $10 a night. Other sites not water…
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