Morgan Shady RV Park

Junction, Texas

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Overview

The Morgan Shady RV Park is located in the beautiful city of Junction, Texas and is a great spot for an authentic southern vacation. Just beyond the campground, travelers can look forward to a number of excellent attractions such as the South Llano River State Park for canoeing, paddle boarding, kayaking and swimming, the Kimble County Historical Museum and Deer Horn Tree. Many head out to this campground to enjoy activities like hunting for wild turkey and white-tailed deer, bird watching, motorcycle expeditions and golfing. There's also a host of excellent local eateries. Amenities at the park include: tent sites, 50 amp sites, pull thrus, big rig access, sewerage, WiFi, river access and water. Hope to see you soon!




Amenities

30 Amps
50 Amps
AARP
Amex
Back-in RV Sites
Big Rig Friendly
Big Rig Friendly
Biking
Boating
Canoeing
Cash
Check
Community Fire Pit
Dirt Roads
Discover
Drinking Water
Dump Station
Extended Stay
Family Friendly
Fire Pit
Fishing
Gasoline Nearby
Gravel Roads
Historic Sightseeing
Kayaking
Kayaking & Canoeing
MasterCard
Military
Military Discount
Paved Roads
Pet Friendly
Pet Friendly
Pets Allowed
Picnic Area
Picnic Table
Public Service (Fire, Police, Resuce)
Pull-Thru RV Sites
Remote Work Friendly
Rentals
RV Hookup
RVing
Senior Discount
Sewer Hookups
Shower
Slide Outs
Swimming Outdoors
Tent Camping
Toilet
Trash Service
Tubing
Visa
Waterfront
Water Hookups
WiFi
Wildlife Viewing

Rules

Traffic Rules

There is NO driving on the grass within the park. We work hard to maintain a beautiful campground for all guests to enjoy!

Fire Rules

Fires may only be set within a fire pit. If you would like a fire pit to be provided for your RV site, please contact the campground directly. Tent sites are equipped with a fire pit.

Pet Rules

Pit bulls are not allowed at the campground due to insurance purposes. Pets must remain on a leash at all times and be cleaned after.

Swim At Your Own Risk

Our campground has direct access to the South Llano River. There is NO lifeguard on duty, and swimming is at your own risk.