Coldwater is one of those places you have to see to believe. Quiet and in it's original hill country condition.
Our beautiful 33-acre RV Camping Resort between Austin and Marble Falls is surrounded on 2 sides by a State Wildlife Sanctuary called the Balcones Woods Canyon Land. Also within a mile are Lake Travis LCRA parks and boat ramps that are sure to please every taste. Inside the park you will find many species of plants and animals along miles of nature walks. You will sense and see the love put into creating this Resort. The family who designed it are lovers of the Texas Hill Country and the nature surrounding these sites has been left intact. All home sites have been built around the nature and mature trees to offer a truly country feel. Most all sites are shaded with live oaks and the roads built to respect this gem of nature.
The park is home to over 250 fruit trees planted in the rich 15ft deep black soil. These trees have been planted for the residents and we encourage living off the sustainable abundance.
The community gardens and chicken coop offered to all residents. We are a master built, family oriented community with its own water supply ,sustainable sewer plant, and emergency electricity. In the true spirit of Texas we try to offer independence to our residents by allowing you to even design your own home site. Custom covers and garages, to just mention a few options are allowed with park permission. We are not a overnight park catering to RV's passing through, but a community of full time Tiny Home and RV Lovers. This shows through in the quite safe environment that respects nature, as well as everyone's privacy.
Fishing on Lake Travis
Located less than 2 miles away Lake Travis offers premium fishing. Come see why the quite and clean lake is famous for the big fish!
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Coldwater offers a unique experience for nature lovers . Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy a diversity of activities including wildlife viewing, horse trails, bird watching, photography, hiking, biking, gardening, and fishing.
The creek that runs through the middle of our park has over years deposited 15 ft of rich black soil that grows anything. This has attracted many forms of wildlife for miles around .You are sure to see everything from black ground squires to white tail deer. Some of our guest have even spotted Fox on the property!
We have new slip signs, handmade with love from the students at Marble Falls High. They have spent the last few months cutting out the steel. This gives our park a modern yet rustic feel. Great job kids!