Date of Stay: July, 2016
First the positives of this RV Park. 1) The owner is very nice and does everything possible to assist her customers. 2) The park is within walking distance of town. 3) Area neighborhood is pleasant for evening walks. The negatives: the previous review of the RV Park is spot on in regards to the utilities. We have a lot of sewer hose (over 50 ft.) but that wasn't enough to reach the dump station. They advertise WiFi and cable. The Wifi is spotty at best, strong signal but it constantly goes on and off. The cable requires a digital box and they don't have extras for RV's. The sites are extremely close and unkempt. The neighbors, (the owner's mother), hadn't picked up after her three large dogs in quite sometime as "land mines" were every where. She started to pick it all up since we couldn't even walk on the side of our RV to hook up water. But then it smelled so bad of dog poop that we couldn't open our windows. Don't even think about sitting outside as everything is unkempt, stinky and very ugly. The neighbor on the other side was clearly a long term renter who has two large dogs that sit in the window and barked anytime we opened our door. The smell coming from that RV was also terrible. The rent for one week is very cheap, $108.00 (other area parks are around $250.00). This is a perfect example of: you get what you pay for. Bottom-line, if you need a place to park with electric and water, and you don't want to be outside, this is the place for you.
Date of Stay: January, 2016
This is great park just off of I-10. Small park 10 pull throughs, 4 back-ins. They offer horse corrals. There is a full-service bar on-site with various entertainment. Great place for a night or two or more. Very friendly owners. RV sites are gravel with grass area.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
Not much grass or trees, basically a gravel parking lot. The majority of spaces are occupied by permanent trailers. No social gatherings here, not even on the weekends when a few of the permanents were here. Swimming pool closes early so owners can get home, not very friendly folks. Best thing about the park was the Wi-Fi.
Date of Stay: August, 2014
Great park, huge level sites. Great owners, friendly and helpful. Many returning RVers, but very friendly. Great laundry, $1.00 per wash and dry! Where do you find that these days? Plenty of clothes lines if you wish to hang your clothes out.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
First, I'll list the good things about this park. Great manager, very helpful and friendly. Great Wi-Fi. Now the negatives, at least for us, very tight turns and very-steep curved roads. Very tight for our 38 ft. fifth-wheel. Sites look level, but ours was not. It took several blocks to get level. The summer folks are mostly returning customers and are NOT open to new folks in the park. It's very small, 38 sites with several full-timers. Very unfriendly, which we rarely encounter in the RV community. Also, there is not a laundry or bath facilities. The town laundry is pricey!
Date of Stay: February, 2014
Brand new RV Park and Cabins in Bandera, TX. Three miles north of Bandera on Hwy 16. Wonderful RV park with 15 cabins. Great Grand Lodge and swimming pool. Friendly owner/operators. RV Park has gravel roads and sites. Sites are level and wide. Big rig friendly. Clean restrooms and laundry. Cabin(s) and lodge have Direct TV. RV park has a few TV channels via air.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
The managers are two of the rudest people we have ever met. The sites are so close together that you can't put out your awning. The only thing good about this park is you can walk to town - but I would NEVER stay here again. In the 7 years we have been RV'ing, this is the worst park ever!
Date of Stay: June, 2013
Great family owned RV park and cabin rentals in Questa. Family is updating the park and adding more RV sites. Full hookup with "wonderful" internet access from the comfort of your RV. Daily rate reflects monthly rate plus electric. Any small issue that we had was quickly corrected by the family. I would highly recommend this park especially over the high priced parking lot RV sites in Red River.
Date of Stay: November, 2008
This is a very well manicured and maintained park. The sites are all level and large enough to accommodate the big rigs. The showers and restrooms are clean, but kept a little too cool inside for this time of year. There is a nice covered area for groups to assemble. The downside for us was the fact that there is no grass at the sites, (pea gravel sites)which makes it very dusty and pebbles are easily tracked into the rig. To add to the dust, every day the maintenance staff is blowing leaves as they fall to the ground with gas leaf blowers, stirring up more dust and making it so that you can't be outside to enjoy the peace and quiet that you would expect at a campground. Leaf blowing starts at 8 am and ends at 5 pm daily! We stayed here in a 5th wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2008
We camped here for one night while passing through. We called 2 hours prior to arrival to check availability for a Passport America rate. We also stated where we were and our estimated arrival time. The owner/operator stated they had sites available and confirmed the rate. When we arrived all was well and owners nice. However, after collecting our money and once we were parked the owner began to coach us on traveler's etiquette telling us we should be more courteous and arrive at the park earlier, before dark. We arrived at 6 pm. Had we not already paid and parked we would have taken our business elsewhere. We won't stay here again.
Date of Stay: March, 2008
This is a very clean park, with management that is very friendly and caters to the needs of the visitors. We came for a week and ended up staying over a month greatly due to the campground and the other guests there, as well as the location near downtown Bandera. The sites are large enough to spread out and the restrooms, pool and grounds are well taken care of. We stayed here in a 5th wheel.