With 250+ primitive campsites and 6 RV hook ups with water and electricity (no grey water/dumping), Reveille Peak Ranch is a great place for individuals, couples, families or groups. There are separate restrooms/changing rooms with hot/cold water showers. Camping is available Friday and Saturday nights unless otherwise specified for holidays and events.
Online registration for camping is available for some specific events. On other weekends, campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You may register and pay when you arrive at the Ranch.
Note: campers or someone in the camping group must also be registered to mountain bike or run on the trails, with an event, or with a SCUBA group. To arrange a group camping weekend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text Andrea at 512.914.9411. Please respect the other campers and Reveille Peak Ranch’s noise curfew of 10 pm.
- Everyone who comes to ride, run or camp at Reveille Peak Ranch must sign a waiver
- Ride/Run ONLY on marked trails
- There is to be NO collecting of rocks, plants or animals
- Dogs must remain on leash except on trails
- NO dogs are allowed in the Pavilion or pool area
- Use of the pavilion lake is prohibited per the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (no fishing, swimming, kayaking/canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding)
- Helmets must be worn at all times when on a bicycle
- Riders must stay within their skill level
- Please yield appropriately
- There is NO smoking in the Pavilion area
- NO altering, defacing, destroying, or removing establishment property
- There is absolutely NO littering
- Check with RPR staff to see if fires are permitted given seasonal county-wide burn bans; fires must be in a metal container, fire pit or a barbecue grill—no fires are allowed on the open ground. You must bring your own firewood.
Additional overnight accommodations are available at surrounding lodges and camp grounds, including Big Chief RV & Cabin Resort, Lakeside Lodge, Painted Sky Inn, Canyon of the Eagles Lodge or Log Country Cove, or explore other options at http://www.thehighlandlakes.org.