|Three days then you have to scoot.|
|Commemorative plaque at the park.|
Fire ring: No
Water Access: Yes
Fresh Water: No
Trash Service: Yes
Dump station: No
Level sites: Yes
Verizon reception: 3G, 1 bar
Internet reception: 1 Bar with a booster
Cost: Free for up to 3 nights
The park has a boat ramp that allows fishing boats to be launched onto the Colorado and also has 2 fishing piers that allow shore fishing in the Colorado.
|One of two shore fishing piers at the park.|
One of the nicer features in the River Park is a very large grassy field adjacent to the parking area.
|The park's huge grass field.|
If I had to choose one thing at the park that is a little less than desirable is that it's located adjacent to the FM 521 bridge over the Colorado and there's a lot of traffic noise during drive time in the morning and evening.
|The (somewhat) noisy FM 521 bridge taken from the park.|
The park has a covered picnic pavilion with multiple tables and there are also outdoor picnic tables spaced along the river.
|The park's picnic pavilion.|
There aren't individual RV sites at the River Park. I just staked out a convenient spot in the lit parking lot.
|The Tank's site. Note the light pole that lit the park at night.|
Surprisingly, the Colorado is navigable by barges and tugboats even past the park and you occasionally see river traffic moving past.
|The beautiful (and navigable) Colorado River from the other pier.|
I would definitely camp at FM 521 River Park again. For the most part it was a very quiet relaxing stay and the county does a good job maintaining the park.
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