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Have been going here for over forty years (since about 1974 or so). Then it was Paleface Park and was much more primitive and secluded. Only a couple of ranches across the river; no lights at night; RR 620 from IH 35 @ Round Rock...More
Pace Bend is one of our favorite parks on Lake Travis. There is a boat ramp (maybe two?), camping areas, picnic tables, and both shalliw & deep areas for swimming. There are also multiple areas for cliff jumping (mostly on the west side, with one...More
This park is huge and has a lot of ground to cover. Lots of primitive sites next to the water. My boyfriend and I brought our bikes and we ride around the park in about an hour on the road. Not the most off road...More
Improved camping,wife and I in our late 40's,2 small dogs,no alcohol or music.There was no disturbance other than 5 checking "permit" visits while tactically aproaching this atrocity of people trying to enjoy themselves.All in all-Go prepaired for unwarrented harrasment.Questioning permits they issuded?we brought 2 vehicles-$40...More
I camped here for a few days with some friends (hammock camping) over the recent Independence Day weekend. This place is definitely one of the best camping places around Austin. There are hundreds of primitive sites, so finding somewhere to sleep can be done even...More
We wanted to go see Hamilton Pool Reserve so I called the Parks offices and they said since they were full I would have to stay at Pace Bend Park at the primitive camping sites. They did not tell me that Hamilton Pool Reserve requires...More
Get a campsite on the west side of the park...it's much more primitive and secluded with a excellent private view of the lake. If you're wanting more people around with real bathrooms, the east side of the park is more suitable. If you brought your...More