When visiting Gatlinburg and camping this is a great spot! Close to town and you can take the trolley in if you like. Cool down in the river or go for a scenic drive.
Very green and relaxing. Sites are a good size and the bathrooms are decent.
I love the water falls and hiking in the area. Beautiful landscape makes this a great place to spend the weekend.
I love this campground and at least stay a weekend every time I’m in TN. I love how close to the city it is and the warm water.
I love this place for the tent camping on the beach. The sites off the beach are great but I couldn’t stay here and not stay on the beach.
I love this park for its location on the Gorge. Beautiful views and great site for an awesome weekend.
We came here when it was chilly and we scored a great spot w a view. I definitely want to come back when it’s warmer.
It’s a place to rest your head and wash your clothes. The pool and dog park are excellent additions and I really enjoyed that!
Great place to stay in DT Austin. Close to DT and lots of great food/coffee nearby. I only stayed for a night but want to come back for a little longer.
It’s a comfortable place to stay along the 290 but there are more preferable places to stay. If Dixieland RV Park wasn’t near I would stay here.
This is the best RV park along the highway. It’s just off the highway so no road noise and very quaint. This is my favorite RV Park on the way to Houston from Austin.
Large spots, comfortable and clean. Great place on your way to Houston.
It’s a great find along the highway. Clean and nice spots. It’s great for staying on your way to Austin.
It’s a place to sleep. That’s all it really has going for it. Noisy and dirty. It’s more of a long term place.
You can camp and/or get married! I happened upon this place as I was driving from Austin to Houston on the 290. Great place to stop if you are tired or just don’t want to drive anymore. Beautiful scenery and you can have events here which is kind of cool.
This is not the correct location for this RV Park if it does exist.
Great spot to camp outside of Austin. Tent spots are $10 and $10 per car. RVs are $25 on the water. Right on the river and definitely refreshing to jump in on a hot day. The campsites are primitive so if you don’t need electric and have water you’ll be set.
I’m not sure what part we stayed in but I know it was very windy and cold but we were there in March and it was the only place to camp… We had a place to lay our head take a shower and cook dinner so it worked. It was very windy so we had to use the picnic tables to block our tent which worked out well.
This campground is the closest, of the lake campgrounds, to Waco. After a fun day at Magnolia Farms and DT Waco we found this campground on, the Dyrt, of course. We stopped at Walmart on the way and arrived just in time to jump in the lake. It was refreshing after a long hot day and we got to watch the sunset as we floated in the water. You have to reserve a spot on recreation.gov if you arrive after 6 PM. The reticent off duty camp host notified me that I couldn’t stay unless I made the reservation online. If you are in an RV there are a lot of lake view sights w great shade and some w canopies over the tables. We stayed at a “tent” ($16) site in our minivan. I’m still not sure where the water is for the tent ⛺️ people because I snuck over to one of the open RV sites to get water. There is a decent bathroom with toilet and shower which can’t be beat for $16.