Play for all park
Round Rock, TX
Not everyone thinks about play parks with the physically challenged in mind, but that's exactly what the city of Round Rock, Texas has done with the Play For All Park. Developed with the intention of providing a safe and educational play area for all children, the Play For All Park is 51,000 square feet of fun, outdoor environment that offers a safe area in which children can freely play and develop necessary skills. The park is geared toward children between 3 and 12 years of age, and has everything you'd expect to find from a large sand box, to a small town for riding bikes, scooters, and power wheels, to a huge playscape. Each different section of the park has special access for wheelchairs, and children of all abilities are able to play in each area. There are picnic sites for lunches and parties, with plenty of shade to help out in the warmer weather.
Pecan Park Riverside RV and Cabins
San Marcos, TX
As the name suggests, Pecan Park Riverside RV and Cabins in San Marcos, Texas has plenty of shade provided by grand old pecan trees, and is situated right on the bank of the San Marcos River which gives campers good access to the river for a variety of activities. The park is big and has large pull throughs and back ins with all the necessary hookups, including water and sewer. Park facilities include restrooms with hot showers, laundry, club house and activity room, indoor heated pool and hot tub, outdoor movie theater, dog park, cable TV and free wifi. Most of the sites aren't huge, but they are suitably spaced out so that you won't feel like you're on top of your neighbors. Being situated on the San Marcos river certainly has its advantages in summer, and campers can easily use it for tubing, kayaking, canoeing or just swimming to cool off.
Barton Creek Greenbelt
Located within reach of the city is the scenic Greenbelt. This park provides swimming, amazing views, rock climbing, and many hiking trails. Make sure you visit the three locations: the Lower Greenbelt, Upper Greenbelt and the Barton Creek Wilderness Park.
Pecan Haven RV Campground
Not even 20 minutes of driving southwest from Bryan takes you past the Texas A&M University Campus, to the wooded oasis of Pecan Haven RV Park. This spacious site offers both sunny and shady lots, with full utility hookups, and plenty of room for your patio or campfire right next to your rig. Located in the Brazos River Valley Bottom, amid the lush farmland close to the river, this peaceful country campground is designed to be an escape from city life. The campsite welcomes long--term stays, so you can relax and spend your time exploring the region. There's plenty to see in this part of the state. Fort Worth and Dallas are only two hours away, and other landmarks within driving distance include David Crockett National Forest, Sam Houston National Forest, and the city of Houston. The shores of the Gulf of Mexico are easily within day-trip distance, along with unique locations like Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge.
New Life RV Park
If you're looking for a nice, clean, affordable RV park in the vicinity of Georgetown, Texas and you don't want to be too far from the interstate, then the New Life RV Park will tick a lot of boxes for you. Although the highway is close by, the noise is not a problem, and the access more than makes up for it. The park is really well laid out and noticeably clean, with nice, long pull throughs for those bigger rigs and extra long motor homes. You will find a full range of hookups at your fingertips as well as free wifi on demand. An enclosed pet area is waiting to service your best friend's basic needs.
Also at the park is a clean laundry, a great community recreation room, a sparkling pool and hot tub, and a supply store with a fantastic range of camping and outdoor goodies on the shelves.
This historic wonder is a must see. You can learn about the history of the state through guided tours, and experience how the government runs in Texas. After the tour enjoy a picnic at the well-kept grounds.
Inner Space Cavern
Spelunking. That's the technical name for this activity which will take you into the bowels of the earth, for an exploration of these amazing caves, lasting about an hour and a half. Using flash lights, your tour guide will lead you along a walkway underground as you discover some of the natural hidden delights and secrets of Georgetown, Texas. The caves are relatively warm inside, even in winter, and you will be amazed at the stunning natural formations waiting for you along this underground trail. Occasionally the calm and peacefulness of the caves may be disturbed by the flutter of little wings as bats take to the air, but it is their home that you are visiting after all, and they are certainly not out to get you. At some point your guide will stop and ask the group to switch off their flash lights, so you can fully appreciate the blackness.
San Gabriel River RV Park
Follow the lazy path of the placid San Gabriel River as it flows through the pecan groves of Cedar Park, Texas. On a quiet riverbank thick with cool, shady trees you will find the San Gabriel River RV Park, which encompasses 33 acres of verdant, rural woodland only minutes from city amenities and attractions. The park itself is adjacent to several golf courses, and nearby lakes provide a venue for a variety of boating, fishing, and other outdoor activities. The neighborhood even has a water park. There are 100 RV sites available at the park, all level, and with full hookups that include electrical, water, and sewage. On-site amenities spacious areas for larger groups, barbecue facilities, and free WiFi. The laundry room and shower facilities are available 24 hours a day. If you are staying for a longer term, cable television service is also available. Guests can also make reservations using the park?s convenient online system.