Nature at it's BEST! Gravel RV site 50 amp , water, sewer, electric hook-ups, fire pit, pull in space. Spaces for friends or family to hang out at an entertainment, picnic, play area, with BBQ grill. Small park of 8 sites on 6+ acres allows for room to roam, yet just 10 miles from town. Compost toilet and shower is only a short hike away if needed. Enjoy hilly walking path,
Nature at it's BEST! Gravel RV site 50 amp , water, sewer, electric hook-ups, fire pit, pull in space. Spaces for friends or family to hang out at an entertainment, picnic, play area, with BBQ grill. Small park of 8 sites on 6+ acres allows for room to roam, yet just 10 miles from town. Compost toilet and shower is only a short hike away if needed. Enjoy hilly walking path, trees, flowers, water features, birds, butterflies, wildlife, and garden. Well behaved pets and children welcome.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 50%
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Orrasis ranch was great time and super convenient for riding at hidden falls adventure park. Would definitely recommend when hidden falls fills up. Great host and we'll kept
Beware the roosters!
Orrasis Ranch looks like a long term living arrangement for some RV-ers. It is situated on the corner of the main road from Austin to Marble Falls and quite convenient to Marble Falls. There were stray cats everywhere but in a conversation with a local in Marble Falls that is quite common for the area.
Our site "Believe" was next to a tiny house up the back with a tall wire fence behind and a road on the other side. It was the most isolated of the sites though perhaps not the most private or picturesque. The tiny house and cabin looked fairly new and well kept and the composting toilet was clean and maintained. The unpowered tent sites at the bottom of the hill were well spaced and inviting with a woodland trail that looped around to the rest of the property. Our kids had a great time in the playground (6 and 4 years old).
There were two detracting factors for this property for me. One is the neighboring rooster farm. In our camper and further away it was loud enough but if you were a tent camper you'd be physically closer and with no sound buffer.
The second was the trash in the back portion of the property. The owners have clearly made a big effort to spruce up the area around the main house, the playground and one of the cabins. They have installed a communal fire pit, seeded new grass and created pathways and garden beds. A little further away there are vans that look like they haven't moved in a long time and large piles of random scrap strewn around.
I feel like $45 a night was a bit steep for what it was.