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Emma Long Park

Emma Long Park



Emma Long Park is located in NW Austin and features camping and RV spots, picnic areas, boating, swimming, basketball courts, and volleyball courts, and much more!


Emma Long Park

1600 City Park Rd., Austin, TX 78730


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Open daily 7AM-10PM


A park entrance fee is charged per day per vehicle at the pay station.$1 per day – walk in or bike in (cash only)
$5 per day, Monday through Thursday.
$10 per day Friday through Sunday, and Holidays.
Pay stations should be used for all Day Use Entry and by campers for entry when cashier is unavailable or after hours.
Payment method:  Credit cards and coins will be accepted at the park entry area automated pay stations. CASH is NOT accepted for park entry fees.
Campsite and other facility fees are in addition to the park entrance fee.

Camping Fees:

All camping reservations may be made online
Primitive Camping Site (no utilities) – $10.00 per night
Primitive Camping Site (with water) – $10.00 per night
Premium Camping Site (Non-Waterfront with water & electric) – $20.00 per night   (32′ maximum length)
Premium Camping Site (Waterfront with water & electric) – $25.00 per night   (32′ maximum length)
A vehicle entry fee will be charged.   Fees shall be paid at the booth at check-in.
Check in starts at 3 PM.
Check out must be complete by 12:00 PM (Noon).




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