Big Chief RV Resort is a new RV park that opened in early 2006. The park was designed to take advantage of the natural terrain and provide expansive views of Lake Buchanan. You should stay at Big Chief if you are interested in exploring Lake Buchanan or the nearby Texas hill country. Big Chief is one mile from Highway 29 which provides easy access to Burnet, Marble Falls, Inks Lake, Lake LBJ, or Kingsland — all of which offer plenty to see and do.
The park was built to accommodate big rigs and doesn't allow tent camping or any campers (rigs, not people) more than 10 years old. They have 72 full hook-up sites, most of which are pull through. In addition to the RV sites, Big Chief has 7 one and two bedroom cabins for rent.
We found Big Chief to be one of the best RV Parks that we have visited in Texas.
Our typical day is to enjoy Lake Buchanan for skiing/boarding, swimming, fishing, or just relaxing as we cruise the lake. Although we have yet to do this, if you have a boat, cruise upriver to the north end of the lake for some beautiful scenery and a waterfall.
If we are here for an extended period of time, we will play golf at Delaware Springs or some of the other courses in the area. After dinner, we sometimes head west on Highway 29 to Partners or The Ranch for some county music.
Some fun nearby activities include: Vanishing River Cruises for a cruise of Lake Buchanan; golfing at Inks Lake or Delaware Springs in Burnett -- see the golf section of Texas Outside for locations, reviews and more of the local golf courses; local vineyards; Enchanted Rock for climbing and hiking; Longhorn Cavern State Park; and more. You can find other information on nearby lakes, cities, and more in each of the appropriate sections of Texas Outside. You will also find more to do on Big Chief's website and the review of Lake Buchanan will tell you more about Lake Buchanan. You won't run out of things to see or do when you stay at Big Chief.