New Life RV Park

1200 County Road 152
Georgetown, TX 78626

(512) 931-2073
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps









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breed restriction

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heythereTX's picture
4 reviews

Remote location

New Life RV Park was our first RV park ever, so not much for a comparison. However, we've enjoyed our month here. I work from the RV, and did not encounter any issues with the Wifi (usually). As expected, peak evening hours created a bit of a bandwidth problem, but nothing a little patience couldn't solve.

The "dog areas" are really just places where people can't park, but our dogs were happy. Would've liked some trash bins in those areas so I didn't have to carry the dog doo all the way across the park to the only dumpsters.

We did not use the park laundry or restrooms, and the pool is closed for winter. No cable TV, which is fine for us. Definitely remote - In the middle back-in lot, I can still hear the cows in the morning (which I love), and there's a few ostriches in the lot adjacent.

Date of Stay:
 January, 2013
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 $32.50's picture
14 reviews

looky loo review New Life RV Park

our looky-loo review is below, for review with full photos of the campground, go to our website,
here's the direct link:

We moved to New Life RV Park in Georgetown, TX from Berry Springs RV hoping for a better bathroom situation. Read about the first stop here. We really wanted to stay in Austin but the one RV place in the city was booked for the month and all other RV parks are located in surrounding suburbs like these two.
We drove by quite a few and none looked great. New Life, as you can see from the photos, has very well maintained grounds. The individual sites are very nice, each with bushes bordering between you and your neighbor offering privacy. The pool area is nice but the pool is not heated so pretty chilly even with the hot weather.

Despite our efforts to move onward and upward in the bathroom situation, this park failed miserably. What we didn’t know going in, that we think makes a huge difference, is having separate womens and mens rooms, and this one doesn’t. Just say No to unisex bathrooms. The bathrooms were dirty, really dirty, every single day. In a state or federal park you aren’t paying for this and you go in armed & ready so to speak (not to say those aren’t well kept, you just have different expectations) but in an RV park you are paying for the facility usage, otherwise it would be primitive camping. The toilets had “waste” in them every time, and it is not pretty. The floors were always wet and dirty and the cleaning was minimal and non-existent on weekends. It’s byoTP so be forewarned, lest you get yourself in a a situation. They seemed to be used non-stop by men and we don’t know how they keep the big buses they were coming out of to use the facilities, but if how they left the bathrooms was any indication…scary. In summary, the grounds are kept perfect but the bathroom is a big pass.

For this looky-loo review clark & ellen give the same report as last, if you do not need the bathhouse at all it’s a go, if you do, keep on moving.

Date of Stay:
 May, 2011
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