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Old 02-08-2016, 04:03 PM   #1
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La Hacienda rv resort

Has anyone on here spent any time at La Hacinda RV Resort by Lake Travis? My wife, kiddo, dog, and I will be full timing for awhile in our new North Point 377(&#128515 soon. That is where I think we're going to be for awhile(at least 6 months) for my work, while we explore Texas lakes a bit to figure out where we want to buy another home. We are moving from Spearfish, SD.
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Old 02-08-2016, 04:10 PM   #2
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Sorry, I haven't stayed here before, but you peeked my interest since I will be near Austin this weekend at a SP. Go to rvparkreviews.com and check out the postings. Someone posted from there stay last month...it gets a overall good rating.
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The bride, wiener dog and I stayed there a few days this fall. Long, level, wide concrete pads. It is near the lake (Travis) but I didn't see any public access nearby. It is tidy and well kept but is a bit $$$. Close enough to grocery stores and restaurants. You can see several reviews at: RV Park Reviews - Trusted Reviews of Campgrounds & RV Parks
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If you get into the Texas Hill Country (Between Austin & San Antonio), you might want to check out Pedernales Falls State Park. I stayed there for a week over Thanksgiving on my way from Dallas to my Kerrville-area winter home. They have huge campsites with electric & water, nice concrete picnic table with grill & fire pit; all for around $20/night. Also, plenty of deer & turkeys, hiking trails, the "falls", several wineries in the area, and grocery, convenience stores, and gas stations within 10 miles. All made for a very enjoyable stay!
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X2 on Pedernales Falls SP....love that park!!! Also you might try Jim Hogg...Army Corps of Engineer Park on Lake Georgetown...you can reserve a specific site.
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X2 on Pedernales Falls SP....love that park!!! Also you might try Jim Hogg...Army Corps of Engineer Park on Lake Georgetown...you can reserve a specific site.
These two parks are probably not good for the original poster as he is most likely wanting sewer hookups for full-timing.
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I have stayed at La Hacienda many times. Very nice place. You will like it.
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X2 on Pedernales Falls SP....love that park!!! Also you might try Jim Hogg...Army Corps of Engineer Park on Lake Georgetown...you can reserve a specific site.
These two parks are probably not good for the original poster as he is most likely wanting sewer hookups for full-timing.

BrentB - good point that I overlooked.
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Old 02-09-2016, 02:47 PM   #9
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Thanks for all the comments! The state parks are great, but unfortunately, we need full hook ups and public school nearby.
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How far away from the lake are you, have you tried any fishing there? can you drive a golf cart to the lake?
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