Austin Lone Star RV Resort
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After a bad experience in at a park near Dallas the Austin Lone Star RV Resort was like an oasis of relief! We would go back if we are ever back in Austin!
This park was clean with lots of clean bathrooms. Almost all of them worked great, a couple of the shower faucets had issues, but that was no big deal, just move to one that worked A very nice pool, warm because they used a heating pad, and it had a nice kiddie area at 1 1/2 feet deep. Very small playground.We didn't visit the game room area. On weekends they have all you can eat pancakes for $2 each.
Dump station, full hook-ups, showers, laundry and a decent store. We had to get a new hose and they had several to choose from. Huge speed bumps and narrow roads make it hard to drive a bigger rig. Austin nearby. San Antonio farther down the road. Nice folks working there. A ton of bushes, trees and and other green things separate the sites.
Not a ton of room at the sites, but after the last place we felt like it was acreage. We paid a little $21 a night. We used our Passport America membership card.
Ok as a last resort
We stayed here while attending SXSW (Music/Film Festival), and our stay started off with a negative taste in our mouths. Upon making our online reservation at the rate quoted, they called us saying the rate would be even higher because they were so busy. With no other options near town available, we had no choice but to reluctantly accept it.
We were placed in the front of the park, which is quite noisy from interstate traffic. (Further back gets much quieter). The sites are fairly well spaced, but pretty packed in too, and there's nice trees and bushes between them. The WiFi worked fine, facilities were clean and the staff was super friendly. The bathrooms where private shower/toilet suites: quite nice. The hot tub was however, closed our entire stay.
Getting in and out of the park is frustrating, as you have to travel about 3 miles further to get back on the interstate frontage road when coming in from the north. While there is a back entrance that would make things easier, it's alays locked. You're also required to put down a $20 cash deposit on a gate transponder which you can only get back if you check out during business hours.
Families be warned: there's an adult megastore right next door. All and all: we would consider this park as a decent last resort when staying in Austin.