Junction North Llano River RV Park is located in Junction, Texas. From Interstate 10, either east or west, take exit 456 and turn to the south (left if going west or right if going east). You will be on US 377 and go about 1/2 mile over a bridge and the campground will be on your right.
The campground is on the North Llano River. The roads in the campground are gravel and in good shape. There are 52 sites, all having water and electricity (30/50 amp), but only 42 have sewer. There is shade at most of the sites provided by very large pecan trees. Each site has a picnic table, fire pit, cable TV service and free WiFi which works very well. The restrooms and laundry facility are very clean. Other ammenities include a playground, some rv supplies, canoe rentals, metered LP gas, and an enclosed dog run.
This campgound has a new owner who has done a very nice job of improving the overall appearance of the campground. This is the first campground that we ever visited with our new camper in 2002. The previous owner let the campground slip somewhat over the several years that we visited after our first visit.
One special attraction here are the nine (as of now) white ducks that are kept on the property. They are allowed to roam the park during the day and then are put into a pen at night. They are trained in that it appears easy to get them into their pen at night and they know when it is time to be let out. In the morning they put up a fuss until they get their way and are set free for the day.
This campground is a great place to stop when traveling down Interstate 10. However, you might find yourself staying more than one night to take advantage of the activities in the area. We usually end up staying 2 to 3 nights just to kick back and relax since we really enjoy this part of the Texas Hill Country. There is a good Mexican food restaurant by the name of La Familia and a good barbecue restaurant on the other side of I-10 by the name of Cooper's.
Contact: 2145 North Main Street
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Caverns of Sonora
Sonora is about 50 miles west
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Fishing in the Llano River
South Llano River State Park
Junction North Llano River RV Park
This Old Campsite
This Old Campsite