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Old 08-02-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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South Llano River State Park

I looking for feedback on accessability for a 38' DP at South Llano River State Park in Junction, Texas. I'll be pulling a toad with a car dolly and would like to stop there on my way to Fort Davis. Is this doable or should I look for a private park somewhere else on I-10?
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Old 08-02-2012, 10:27 PM   #2
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Hello:
Have stopped there on our way home with a 35' and toad. Very nice and quiet and lots of deer. No wifi--just go to town. Could not trust the GPS --good tour of school campus--plenty of room to drive the circle. Nice park. there is a KOA on the highway in town+another private. Don't remember very many, if any, pull thrus in the SP.
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You should be fine. We stopped thro' there with our 40-footer plus toad last year. Had no issues with access. Really great park with lots of wildlife. If you want pics of the campsites I have them on the blog HERE
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I like it. Backed the 40 footer in and had room for the toad in front. Nice quite park. We have the TX SP card so no entry fees. Lots of wildlife. Stayed at the KOA in Junction twice (first&last).
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You should be fine. We stopped thro' there with our 40-footer plus toad last year. Had no issues with access. Really great park with lots of wildlife. If you want pics of the campsites I have them on the blog HERE
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