General Campground Information

Austin East KOA Holiday General Information

Whether you've stayed with us before or this is your first time, we want all of our campers to have the best experiences possible while staying with us at Austin East KOA Holiday. These hours of operations, policies, guidelines, and more help to ensure every camper has an enjoyable visit. Have more questions? Give us a call at 800-562-8743, and our friendly staff is available to help.

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Store/Office Hours

Our store and office check-in/out area is open from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. every day for your convenience.

Cabin/Lodges- Occupancy/Guests Policy

Our Cabin/Lodges accommodate up to 6 people.  There is a MAXIMUM of 4 ADULTS allowed in each cabin.     
We do not charge for guests visiting at your cabins but request that you limited your guests to 4 persons only.
Visitors who stay over night must be registered as paying guests

Our Cabins/Lodges are NON-smoking and Pet-Free facilities.

Restrooms & Laundry Facilities

Our housekeeping staff works to keep our restrooms clean, clean, clean. Help them out by letting the office staff know if a restroom needs attention. Dish washing is prohibited in the restrooms for sanitary reasons. Laundry machines use credit cards or debit cards only. Restrooms and laundry facilities are open 24 hours.

Trash Disposal

Please keep your site clean and orderly. Secured trash bags left at the end of your site by 9:00 a.m. will be picked up by guest services. Please DO NOT LEAVE TRASH OUT OVERNIGHT. The critters might get it! Guests are encouraged to deposit bagged trash in the dumpster near the entrance at all other times.

Check-in and Check-out

Check-in for all sites is 3:00 p.m. Check-out for all sites is 11:00 a.m. Late check-outs must be requested and paid for in the office before 10:30 a.m. and are granted on a space available basis.

Firewood and Ice

Firewood and ice are available for purchase. You may stop by the Kamp Store or contact one of our guest service representatives.

Quiet Hours

You're an early riser, your neighbor is a night owl. Let's all agree to keep it quiet between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.

Golf Carts

Electric golf carts are allowed on property with a valid proof of insurance. Proof of insurance must be presented at the time of check-in. Only licensed and insured drivers may use the golf cart while on the campground.

Kamp Store Hours

9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily.
Visit our newly remodeled KampStore!  We have expanded our Gift and Souvenir section and added a self-serve Coffee Bar!  Items for breakfast that can be heated in our new microwave are available as well as muffins, juice, and cereal.  Be sure to browse through our RV supply section and checkout our grocery section - bacon, eggs, spaghetti and other meal preparation necessities are there for your convenience.

Speed Limits

Posted speed limits are for the protection of our campers, their children and their pets. Please observe the 5 MPH maximum speed limit.


The Clubhouse is available for use by all of our guests. If you have a group using the space, please be aware that others may be present. Hours are 9:00 a.m. -- 9:00 p.m.


We love pets at Austin East KOA! We do have a 3 dog (Pet) maximum. Please follow these basic courtesies during your stay:
 - Keep your pet on a six foot leash and quiet at all times.
- Do not leave them unattended and be sure to clean up after them.
- Pets are not allowed in KOA buildings, the swimming pool area or the playground.
- Aggressive and nuisance pets will be asked to leave the campground.

Swimming Pool

The swimming pool is open March 1st through October 31st. Please note, there is NO LIFEGUARD on duty. Children under the age of 16 may not swim without an adult in attendance. Pool hours vary by season and are posted at the pool area.

Meet Your Hosts

John T. Baker II

Come experience Texas style hospitality in the great city of Austin!

I have lived in Austin all my life and I love my city. My grandfather bought the land that is now Austin East KOA a while back so he could plant a garden to feed some of his more unfortunate neighbors. When I was a child he taught me about outdoor living and the history of the area. I have many great memories of the time we spent together. So when the property was handed down to me I could think of no better way to honor him than to build a place where families could make their own special memories.Whether you are just passing through or planning a visit to our great city, I look forward to sharing stories of my grandfather with you soon!

Your Host,
John T. Baker II