Berry Springs RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
I enjoyed my stay with Berry Springs RV. The staff was friendly and helpful with finding local services. They are making improvements - adding sites, restrooms and a community room. Overall a great park.
VERY VERY RUDE MANAGER
I didn't get a chance to stay here because while my wife was on the phone trying to reserve an extended stay spot, She was told by the manager " I don't know how to say this but we are not a CHILD FRIENDLY BUSINESS". She began to scold my wife and tell her that they didn't want the children running loose an riding their bikes up and down the streets. She continued to tell her that people like to sleep at night and we would have to keep the kids quiet. She ended the scolding session by saying "You will have to keep that in mind" So if you decide you want to stay here just give me a call back. Keep in mind we did not have our children present when we visited the park (our children are 4 & 6 they dont play outside without us) We were shown around the park by a new employee named Sue and she was very helpful and polite. I can not say the same for the manager. So if you don't have children or you don't like other peoples children this RV park might. E up your alley. I personally will never step foot on the premises.
looky loo review Berry Springs RV Park
Our looky-loo review of Berry Springs is also on our website, www.wanderingairstream.com and has full photos, here is the direct link:
We really wanted to stay close to downtown Austin, but with the exception of one place in downtown (which is very hard to get into without at least a month ahead reservation) you are pretty much relegated to commuting. We liked the overall look of Berry Springs RV, the hosts were exceptionally nice, the grounds were kept well.. nothing fancy but good. The laundry is free, haven’t seen that before or since, so a nice perk. But, did you sense that but coming?? But, we only stayed a couple of nights before moving to another spot locally. They only have one, one, bathroom. One teeny tiny bathroom with shower and toilet for a fairly large RV park. It was busier than grand central station and never clean. This is not because they don’t clean it. But when a hundred people are using one bathroom for everything you can’t really keep it clean, especially as tiny as it is. If you do not need the bathroom facility at all then the park is really good. It is wide open between fields so if it’s windy you’ll feel it, but other than that it’s pleasant. The rate is $25 per night and here’s their website.
Clark & Ellen say…if you need the bath facility keep on moving.
Fine for an Overnight
We stayed here two weeks in a 5th wheel. The other residents were friendly, with mainly long-term or permanent stays. This is a basic, no-frills park with one restroom for both men and women...just one, not one for each. The restroom/shower area was not air conditioned, which was surprising for Texas. The grass needed mowing for most of our stay and the grass burrs were a pain to remove from our dog. Speaking of dogs, there was a huge local farm dog ?? that roamed freely through the park every evening. The park is not fenced. The only shady spot was the one for the park host. We did not see them around much, as a matter of fact and, when we did, they were not exactly the peak of graciousness and hospitality. Two redeeming factors were that there is a city/county walking/biking trailhead virtually across the street from the park and the laundry facilities were free. Would we stay there again? Only in a pinch for a night.