Spring is Coming! Camping on the Lampasas River!


Camper o roulotte - Host: Julie

4 ospiti, 1 camera da letto, 4 letti, 1 bagno
Casa intera
Camper/roulotte: sarà a tua completa disposizione.
Pulizia avanzata
Questo host si impegna a seguire la procedura avanzata di pulizia in 5 fasi di Airbnb.
Self check-in
Esegui autonomamente il check-in usando il tastierino numerico.
Ottima posizione
Il 100% degli ospiti recenti ha valutato la posizione con 5 stelle.
Get away and play in the Rocky River RV Resort. Our 2001 28 ft SunnyBrook is parked here full time and can host 4 adults and 2 kids in the 3 sleeping areas. It has a queen-size bed and twin bunk beds. The table/bench area can be turned into a bed making it "possible" to sleep 6. This has to be the best camping arrangement ever- just drop in, fish, read, walk through the pecan grove, and when you have had your fill- drive out! We do all of the cleaning and laundry.

Lo spazio
Though it is our RV, we are parked in a gated community and you will have to respect their rules. Though we can't post links on AirBnB, you can easily find photos of the park on the internet.

There is a drip coffee maker for mornings and television with ROKU for rainy days!

Please note our girl's age. She is not new, and you will be camping. We do have bugs in central Texas and you may occasionally cross one. If you attempt to take resort style showers, you may quickly run out of hot water, this is normal for an RV. There are showers in the park bldg, so that is always an option

Lampasas River
The Lampasas River rises in western Hamilton County and flows approximately 100 miles southeast through Lampasas, Burnet, and Bell Counties. The river unites with the Leon River to form the Little River just south of Belton. Flowing through rugged hill country, the Lampasas contains heavily vegetated banks. The waterway is characterized by low water levels most of the time. However, during periods of heavy rains, the river becomes an exciting recreational corridor to a scenic and interesting area.

Lampasas River Rumley to Youngsport
42 miles
This 42-mile section of the Lampasas River flows through the counties of Lampasas, Burnet, and Bell. Located upstream from Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir, the river passes through limestone formations typical of the Edwards Plateau. During high water periods, recreational use of this section if feasible. Many small rapids add interest and excitement to this section. Normal water levels are relatively low, and several shallow areas are found. However, after heavy rains around the upper reaches in Hamilton County, recreational use is possible. Water quality is very good. There also exists an abundance of public road crossings along this stretch of the Lampasas. However, some of the crossings are fenced, and access is difficult at these points. Waterway features and distance between each are as follows:

Ranch Road 580 crossing - 10 miles northeast of Lampasas and 1 mile east of Rumley. Reportedly, 50 feet of shoreline are available on the highway right-of-way.
Ranch Road 2313 crossing - 5 miles north of Kempner. Reportedly, 50 feet of shoreline are available on the highway right-of-way. (4 miles)
Lucy Creek - on the right. (0.5 mile)
County road crossing - between Ranch Road 2313 and US 190, 4 miles of Kempner. (0.5 mile)
US 190 crossing - 1 mile west of Kempner. Reportedly, fifty feet of shoreline are available on the highway right-of-way. (3 miles)
County road crossing - off US 190, 1 mile south of Kempner. (2 miles)
Binion Creek on the left - 1 mile below the previous crossing. (1 mile)
Rocky Creek on the right - 1 mile above FM 963 crossing. (10 miles)
FM 963 crossing - 1 mile north of the small town of Okalla. (1 mile)
County road crossing - off FM 2670, 9 miles southwest of Killeen. (8 miles)
FM 440 crossing - 10 miles south west of Killeen at Ding Dong. Steep banks are found at this crossing. (5 miles)
County road crossing - west of FM 2484, 11 miles south of Killeen. (6 miles)
County road crossing - east of FM 2484, 11 miles south of Killeen. (1 mile) Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir is located just below this site.

Dove dormirai

Camera da letto 1
1 letto matrimoniale queen (152 x 203)
Spazi comuni
1 divano letto, 1 letto a castello

Cosa troverai

Parcheggio gratuito incluso
Aria condizionata
Security camera presenti nella proprietà
Non disponibile: Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Non disponibile: Allarme antincendio

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Dove ti troverai

Kempner, Texas, Stati Uniti

In Kempner (within 1 mile)
Taqueria Express
Jessie Dallas Designs: Texas Boutique
Dollar Store
Brick Oven German Restaurant
Shell Gas Station
Flea Market

In Lampasas (11 miles)
Sulfur Creek
Hancock Pool (Sulfur pool)
Hanna Springs Pool
Johnson Nature Park
Lampasas Court House
Numerous options for dining
Texas Legato Winery
Pillar Bluff Winery
Flea Market

Ospitato da Julie

Membro da: febbraio 2015
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Wife, mother of 4, grandmother of 1. Recently an empty nester- former soldier now employed at Fort Hood. Love to travel locally and internationally- love to drive long distances.

Durante il tuo soggiorno

Host responds within the hour and can be onsite within 45 minutes. The RV park is not able to help you with specifics regarding our RV. A welcome book will explain everything you need to know about the interior and exterior of the camper.
  • Lingua: English
  • Tasso di risposta: 100%
  • Tempo di risposta: entro un'ora
Per proteggere i tuoi pagamenti, non trasferire mai del denaro e non comunicare fuori dal sito web o dall'app di Airbnb.

Cose da sapere

Regole della casa

Check-in: 15:00 - 22:00
Check-out: 11:00
Self check-in con tastierino numerico
Non è consentito fumare
Animali non ammessi
Vietato organizzare feste/eventi

Salute e sicurezza

Si impegna a seguire la procedura avanzata di pulizia di Airbnb. Mostra altro
Si applicano le linee guida di Airbnb in materia di distanziamento sociale e altri aspetti relativi all'emergenza COVID-19
Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio non segnalato Mostra altro
Allarme antincendio non segnalato Mostra altro
Telecamera di sicurezza o dispositivo di registrazione Mostra altro

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