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Old 04-09-2015, 06:27 PM   #1
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Rv places near San Saba, Tx

The one there is booked any ideas ?

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Old 04-09-2015, 10:46 PM   #2
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I Googled "rv campgrounds near San Saba" and the closest I could come up with was around Bend, TX. A state park there and a couple other campgrounds on the Colorado River.
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Thx we are going to be attending a sporting event, so would like service and something not far off the beaten path. But not on a main loud stretch of road. Concerned about Bend being tucked up in there and coming in late on Sat night. Thx for the help.
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First timers here. Wondering if it is practical to camp for 3 nights without sewer hook up. Just the 2 of us but don't know if we can make it that long with black water and grey water capacity on our 35 QBA tiffin. Any guidance would be appreciated.


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There are a couple of places over in Bend you might check on
- Bend is about 15 miles from San Saba on the Colorado River - out in the country - and very basic parks - nice scenery with river frontage and very quiet

Barefoot Camp & RV Park - website link - Barefoot Camp and R.V. Park
This one has 38 pull through sites - I believe electric only at sites, not sure if park has a dump station -Central showers & restrooms in the RV area - paved road to park but park road & sites are unpaved - this park is located on a working cattle ranch


Sulphur Springs Camp -website link - Sulphur Springs Camp - Bend, TX - Home
Little harder to get to - Park is about 5 miles off FM 580 on unpaved road with some steep sections - park road & site unpaved - water & electric @ sites - park has dump station
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First timers here. Wondering if it is practical to camp for 3 nights without sewer hook up. Just the 2 of us but don't know if we can make it that long with black water and grey water capacity on our 35 QBA tiffin. Any guidance would be appreciated.


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Do you know what your tank capacities are? Three days should be no problem unless your black tank is very small but you can always conserve a little. Do the "Yellow, its mellow; brown it goes down" for the biffie, and take Navy showers (turn water on;get wet; water off; soap up; water on to rinse). Just realize you can't let the water run like you do in your stixnbrix and you should be fine. We would typically go 10 days for 2 people on our 30 gallon black tank without really conserving, maybe half that time for our 40 gallon gray water.
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