About the Dos Rios
The Dos Rios RV Park is a small, beautiful river park with spacious RV sites, private tent sites, cabins, tiny homes, vintage airstreams, and more natural beauty than you’d believe possible in central Texas. We also have 2 public restrooms, showers, and a washer/dryer.
Our address is:
4500 Dos Rios Trail
Mason, TX 76856
The main park number is: (325) 347-1713
Our on site managers can help you with anything you need during your stay. They are located in spot 18, and you’re welcome to knock on the door at any time between 8am and 9pm. If something is amiss, we want to fix it for you.
We can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Most sites are 50-foot back-ins with water, 50/30/20 power and waste.
We also have 7 wide pull throughs with water, 50/30/20 power and waste.
Strong Wifi covers the park. But please note we’re on satellite internet, which has inherent latency and limited download speeds. There’s plenty of signal to check email, Facebook, and surf the web. However, streaming YouTube or watching movies online won’t work.
Cell service is spotty. For better service, there is a cell booster behind the manager’s RV in spot 18. You’re welcome to stand behind it to make calls as needed.
We’re super pet friendly, as long as they’re well behaved animals. We simply ask that you please keep them from bothering other guests. If we get a complaint, we’ll have to ask you to leash your pet immediately.
The trash dumpster is located next to the left of the main entrance. Please drop your garbage there at the end of your stay. There are also small trash bins around the park. Please help keep this beautiful park clean!
PLEASE BE KIND TO OUR SEPTIC SYSTEM! Throwing anything other than toilet paper will clog our system. Please no wipes, feminine products, other sanitary products, trash, etc.
We are less than 8 miles south of Mason, TX:
Take Highway 87 south for 1 mile.
Turn right on RR 1723 and follow for 2.4 miles
Turn right on RR 2389 and follow for 4.4 miles
The Dos Rios park will be on your left just before the river crossing.