We spent five nights in this nice, quiet park on the outskirts of Fredericksburg. Our rate reflects a 10 percent discount provided by the KOA card. We were pleasantly surprised how quiet the park is considering the proximity to Hwy 290. We were at the back of the park and I'm sure that helped. Wi-Fi is free and worked well. The park is well kept. We have a 42 ft. rig and had no problem traveling to or from our site. We enjoyed our stay and will return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As older adults not traveling with children the campsite was very quiet and enjoyable. We stayed during the Easter holiday. On Sunday the office and club house were closed; no activities were scheduled during this weekend. The restrooms were all very clean. The park was well maintained, trees were well trimmed. We camped in L04; no issues pulling in or out, plenty of room between campsite. Plenty of room for two vehicles and a 35' fifth wheel. Security patrolled the area very well. The washroom was well maintained and clean. The fenced in dog area was nice, and they provided dog pick up bags there and in several other areas in the park. There were rules posted but nothing to extreme. Pool was closed - still too cool. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground has its pluses and its minuses. On the plus side, I was able to reserve two sites during busy Spring Break week, in an "RV buddy" area where RV doors and picnic areas face each other. Second, when I arrived at 7 PM, my reservation papers were easily accessible, and a security team member promptly showed up to escort us to our site. Finally, when phoned, he responded quickly with an adapter plug for our 30 amp hookup. On the negative side, however, I was shocked to read the "Rules for Children" which require adults accompany children at all times, that children be in their sites by dusk, that they not walk on anybody else's site, and concludes with "keep in mind that other guests may not be interested in your children's presence, which is their right." Unfortunately, this kind of language invites a sense of entitlement on the part of the older, permanent guests at this KOA facility. One of them barked at my daughter-in-law because, although she was there first, she had filled up all 4 of the washing machines in the laundromat. Because this campsite is expensive (for a party of 6 in each of two motorhome sites), and is not children friendly, I will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, well patrolled. Quiet. No live music while we were there (too cold, in the 50s?). The pool was closed. Host / owner was very nice. Located just off the highway so expect some road noise. Kids 4+ cost more. Pet friendly. Cabins available, laundry available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park. It is located a few miles from downtown Fredericksburg at the intersection with the road to Luckenbach. The campsites are scattered around a forested area with large trees. The sites are a little hard to find but the park provides an escort. We stayed a extra night because of the weather and had to change sites. Unbeknownst to us there was a motorcycle rally in Luckenback during our stay but the riders were very considerate and no problem. Great dog park - lots of squirrels. The Wi-Fi was a little slow at times but our Sprint 3G worked fine. We wished we could have stayed longer and looking forward to coming back when the weather is a little warmer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really like this park and have stayed here several times in the past and this last stay was no exception. The check in procedure was quick and easy; the gentleman checking us in was very friendly. We were led to our site even though I knew how to get there. Our site was H4 and it is a wonderful site, plenty big enough for our 40 ft fifth-wheel and tons of space between you and your closest neighbor. Lots and lots of shade or not depending what you require. Wi-Fi worked very well. Plenty of places to walk the doggies plus a fenced dogie play ground. We did not use the rest rooms, showers or laundry so cannot comment on them, the pool was not filled but it was still a bit early. One of the best traits of this park is the enforcement of park rules, there was a motorcycle rally in town and lots of bikers in the park but quite time was quite time and that was it. Some people say there is a new RV park in Fredericksburg that is better but we'll be coming back here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, great location. This is a nice quiet park on the outskirts of town with good size sites compared to others in town that are jam packed together. Very much an older no frills type park with an older/snowbird type crowd for the most part, don't expect a bunch of kids and families. Sites and roads are gravel and fairly well maintained but not outstanding; restrooms are clean and usable. Quite a few motorcycles were there during our stay and most likely there are always some since this is the closest park to Luckenbach. Road noise can get pretty bad and motorcycles tend to stretch their legs leaving the nearby intersection. We would stay there again, but wouldn't plan on other kids being there to play with ours. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is about five miles outside of downtown Fredericksburg. Much of the park has mature trees, which provide shade for the RV sites. Most of the roads and sites are gravel, making for some dust. Sites are fairly large, but are all a little different from each other. The park borders a farm or two and there are farm animals to keep you company (on their side of the fence). Most of the park seems nicely maintained with excellent wifi and cable too. The pool did look a little green to us (maybe it was late in the season) and the laundry room needed a good cleaning. Staff seemed friendly and offered an evening of BBQ to the guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We keep coming back and every time it is BETTER! The musician's music is incredible and as he points out it's free. You could not pay and see a better show anywhere in the area. The staff goes out of there way to make sure you taken care of. If you are planning a trip to Fredericksburg this park is a must. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, very nice owner. Laughed with owner about reviewer talking about Barney Fife. He is a retired Texas Ranger. Obey the rules. Nice dog park, Wi-Fi worked well. Enjoyed Fredericksburg and surrounding area. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Loved the park! Gigantic oak trees everywhere. You can get a shaded site but still have satellite view. Front desk very professional and accommodating. Security people made us feel secure at night, and also helped us figure out a Wi-Fi issue. Looked at other parks in Fredricksburg and this is by far the nicest. We will be back in the fall for Octoberfest. Already made the reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I have stayed at this park on several prior occasions due to its proximity to Fredericksburg and Luckenbach. The park is clean and well kept. On our last visit we had an encounter with the security person. He was very rude and intense without reason. We were shocked but eventually convinced ourselves that he had a bad day. We decided to return for the 4th of July holiday and invited some good friends who brought their granddaughters. We both had encounters with the security guy (same one as before) because we were going 7 mph in a 5 mph zone. Then my wife and friend went to the store. When they returned they forgot to put the parking pass on the mirror. Here comes security guy running them down in his golf cart (going much faster than 5 mph) to tell them to put the pass back on the mirror. It was difficult to enjoy the visit not knowing when Barney Fife (our nickname for him) was going to pop up again. Also, if you plan to take kids to this park, be sure you have them send you the rules about kids beforehand. They are very restrictive and state there are No Warnings!Violators will be expelled without a refund. I thought RVing was supposed to be a family event. I will not return to this park again. I would rather spend the night in the Wal-Mart parking lot. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
In five years of RVing, this has to be the most friendly place we have ever stayed. We stayed here for just one night while in Fredericksburg to visit some wineries, so the price reflects four adults. While that seems a little high, this is by far the best of the RV parks in Fredericksburg. It is convenient to many attractions in the area, and where we stayed, there was no road noise. The site was fairly level, and the corners a little tight in the back area, but this was a great experience. The owners went out of their way to welcome us and talk when we were leaving, and the work-campers routinely patrolled the park, stopping to chat and socialize when the opportunity presented itself. We booked our next stay here before leaving, so we will definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is pleasant and convenient to all attractions except the race track. The staff is very friendly & helpful. The pool was comfortable and the showers & restrooms were exceptionally clean. We had a space along the road which was quite noisy at times and on our next visit we will request a different area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The KOA park is a very clean and nice park. Located conveniently close to shopping and the area attractions. The park has beautiful trees which make for nice shade and they are no low hanging branches that hit your RV. The owner and staff are very friendly and helpful. They have security which is very nice. Most of the sites are level and there is plenty of room for big rigs. I did have some problems with getting internet service. There is two places designated for your dogs. One is a big grassy area and the other is a large fenced in area where you can take your pet off the lease. The park overall is very nice and we will return here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has large, spacious sites. Our site was level and long enough for our motorhome and 2 vehicles. The staff is friendly and had a escort to the site. There is also a RV repair facility at the front of the park. It is located east of Fredericksburg, about a 6 minute drive to downtown and convenient to LBJ State Park and homestead. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been here a few times when stopping in to visit Fredericksburg. Sites are gravel, fairly level, with all amenities cleaned daily and trash pick at your site. Close to downtown area and grocery stores. However this is the last time I will stay here due to the price. There are some other comparable parks in town. The price you see in this review is not wrong, $72.00. Price for the site $32.00 plus $15.00 per child! $30.00 extra dollars for my kids because they are older than three. That's uncalled for...an yes it was for one night on the way to San Antonio. Thanks for helping make this my last visit to this KOA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent, well-maintained park! Staff was fantastic. Live music on Saturday night. I was downtown in Fredericksburg when the wind kicked up and threatened my awning. The park called me on my cell to let me know the problem and probably saved my awning. Strategically placed sun shades protect exposed RVs from the direct afternoon sun. I will definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a GREAT Park. It is close to everything and very well run. Yes, they are strict on the speed limit in the park. I think that is good for everyone's safety and enjoyment. The live music is always good. It is super, super clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a reasonably good RV park. The people at the front desk are very helpful. However, the security person must be bored since he fussed about my driving too fast which I not only wasn't driving fast, I wasn't within the confines of the park, technically. I might stay there again, if all others are full. There are other parks in the area that are better. I have stayed here numerous times and the place is always less than half full, even on weekends... I wonder why? We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our second time to stay here and would chose this park again. Although, they are strict, no I mean really strict about the speed limit within the park. There is a lot to do in the area and a good weekend visit. This KOA offers several options that make camping fun, cable TV, clean restroom and showers, shaded sites, dog park, and a couple of longhorn cattle that will come up to the fence if you grab a handful of hay. Our only issue was the WiFi. Granted that we were very close to the back of the park but our Internet signal was extremely weak. Sometimes we could surf and other times we could not. I looked at the other options of RV Parks that we past during our stay and this was the best option that we saw. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This KOA is kept spotlessly clean, inside and out. The grass was mowed for ease in walking the dogs and the fenced in dog park was also clean and shaded. The security is great and the owners helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay (third time.) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The female owner of the park seemed friendly, other than that all other staff were either unfriendly or just down right rude. First, we arrived after office hours and were met by a person in a golf cart. He said, "Do you have a reservation?" in a very ugly tone, like he was too busy. He then led us to our site and left. We told the park that this was the first time we had taken our new RV out. It seemed like hookups would have been easy, but you'd think they would make sure I knew where everything was. When I sent in a bad review to KOA, the owner called and would not listen to anything, making excuse after excuse. I will not stay here again. Since this experience I have stayed at many RV parks in 4 states, I have not had a bad experience in any of them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our fourth visit to this park. Since last year they have added a pet "play yard" that is very nicely fenced and shaded. There was comfortable seating available while the dogs played. They also had a Saturday night concert/sing along, done by one of the park owners that was very nice and a lot of fun. Park is very well maintained and they do have a 24-hour security patrol. Extremely friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here over Spring Break. Although the park was full, the staff was excellent in making sure everything was organized and that the campground was spotless. (They fine you for not picking up your dog waste, which as dog owners we applaud.) There is construction on Route 290 but it does not have an effect on access. Roads and pads are rough and dusty gravel, but we understand the owners are considering paving. There is a new (small, which is strange for Texas) fenced dog run. Lots of places to walk dogs; although one permanent resident has taken to collecting lots and lots of stray cats that can pose a problem for dog walkers. There was entertainment on Saturday night at the new small stage behind the office. WiFi was good. Cable TV has been expanded and is good. This is primarily an adult oriented park as are the surrounding attractions (Luckenbach, Fredericksburg, Johnson Ranch, wine tours, etc.) We stayed here before, and will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Once again this park was perfect! Actually, even more perfect that the last time. They now have a fenced in dog run for letting the dogs off the leash AND they have added something like 50 channels of cable (used to have a few and not good). They have a stage and community campfire where they have local talent weekly. Even served hot chocolate! The new owners have got a really great staff and have put their everything into it. Compares with mega RV resorts. Only place to stay in Fredericksburg! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well run park. We couldn't get cable TV to work and they sent 2 techs to help. They were here about 45 minutes and found that our cords were hooked up incorrectly. Fixed the problem and we had cable. Didn't charge us even though we offered to pay. Our 4-legged child loved running in the K-9 pet park. We were going to stay 2 nights but enjoyed the park so much that we stayed an extra night. When in the area again we will definitely stay at this KOA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park with about half being large shaded sites; most had tables. Gravel pads, but well cared for. Only negative thing was that the dog park was full of grass burrs which were a lot of trouble to remove. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Such a nice staff, very helpful. We stayed over Labor Day weekend with a large group. They worked hard to keep us located together and to accommodate those who decided to come at the last minute. Close to Luckenbach and Fredericksburg. Trees and shade. Next door to a convenience store. Minutes away from the winery's. Enjoyable stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners will cater to your every need. They visited us frequently to see if there was anything we needed. Truly a first-class RV park: even has dogie waste bag stations located throughout the park. There is a large, newly constructed dog run with chairs provided for owners. The pull-through sites are nicely shaded (there are unshaded areas for those with satellite dishes). Wi-Fi worked well even though a tad slow. There are limited cable channels, but this is supposed to be upgraded soon. Will return this Fall. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Awesome place! These people are all about your comfort! The staff was regularly checking on us to make sure all was good. Cable TV wasn't great but they said in late September, they are putting in new system with 60 channels. New dog runs, remodeled bathrooms, just perfect! Park is 4 miles from town but no further than other parks in the area, just no suburbs out to it. Great location: the happening side of town with wineries, Luckenback, Trade Days but still quiet and dark at night in a country setting. The new owners have really made a huge difference. Don't think you are paying too much for this area until you get here. Fredricksburg is like an adult Disney Land. We highly recommend and will positively stay again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We chose this park based on it's location convenient to the Wild Seed Farm and the City of Fredericksburg. It's perfectly situated between the Wild Seed Farm and historic Fredericksburg. The park is pretty big. We were towards the back, which made it somewhat of a hike to the swimming pool. But, it was worth the trade off, as we had no 'traffic' in front of our area. The sites nearer the front would be subject to much traffic coming through. There is ample shade all around the park and everyone adheres to the quiet time at night. The pool area was well maintained, clear pool water, etc., which the kids thoroughly enjoyed. There are several bathrooms located throughout the park for ease. The restrooms and the grounds were impeccably maintained. Our site was fairly level with ample parking next to our RV for the truck. The back of the park, where we were, abuts up to a game ranch so we enjoyed watching exotics from our picnic table. There were no fire rings that we saw. My only frustration was locating our site upon arrival. The park is pretty big with various 'areas', and I was having trouble using the map provided. I took a few wrong turns and had to back out of several areas before our RV site was located. I finally parked and walked around to locate it. We had a great weekend, and upon leaving, reserved a spot for next summer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well maintained park with a very helpful staff. This was just a shakedown trip for a new trailer so it's unlikely we will be here again. I had some Wi-Fi issues, but it worked fine for my wife. Has lots of shade trees. I would highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is better than many KOAs. Sites vary in length, but there are sizes to accommodate any size rig with easy in and easy out. Sites are clean and spaced well apart with grass between. Some sites have trees. Clean bathrooms, but each contains the toilet, shower, and lavatory, so only one person at a time. Trash is picked up at each site. Wi-fi signal is strong, but speed is slow. Cable TV is limited: ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNN, TNT, Discovery, and Weather Channel, but the Weather Channel does not give forecast for this specific area. Nice pool and playground. Friendly staff. This park is in a mostly rural area outside of town. There is a lot to see and do in the area, so do your homework to choose what you like--you can spend two or three days. President Lyndon B. Johnson’s ranch is a ten-mile drive from the campground and is an interesting tour, but arrive early (before 11:00 a.m.) and plan to spend at least three hours to see everything. We recommend this campground and would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located on Highway 290, this park is 5 miles east of Fredericksburg and 12 miles west of the LBJ Ranch. Roads and pads are gravel. Access is good and sites are long enough for a 43' motorhome with toad. It has a huge dog walk area. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The area is very quiet with lots of shade (although you can ask for a site for antenna and satellite use). Only downfall was the cable TV hookup did not work well. Otherwise this was a great place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here partly because of the reviews on this site. We were not disappointed! Friendly and helpful owners and staff. In fact we had intended to stay only 3 nights, and ended up extending twice to stay a whole week. About 5 miles from Fredericksburg, but only seems like a couple of miles. Magnificent Live Oak trees. Would definitely stay here again, and recommend the park highly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a scenic rural setting 5 miles east of Fredericksburg. Owner/managers are friendly and maintain excellent control over the park. Restrooms have been recently upgraded. WiFi worked well; cable TV reception is limited. Sites are a bit small, especially when the CG is full. On-site RV dealership does not infringe on the CG. Would definitely stay here again, and have in the past. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We liked this KOA so much that we returned a week later after a rally in Kerrville! The friendly staff got us the same exact site we enjoyed the first 10 days and ended up staying an additional 10 days! Handy for visiting the town, it is a quiet park under the graceful trees! We would return the next time through this area of the Hill Country. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have been in many KOA parks and this with out question one of the nicest. Super clean facilities and unbelievable staff. Well worth the price. Great new owners and some great changes coming. Keep up the good work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I had the great pleasure of staying at this RV park. We were in site L-5 and loved that area, with all the trees. We have been RV'ing for a number of years, and have never been all that fond of KOA parks. Most of them are cookie-cutter with no personality, the park or the employees: not so with this facility. Everything was well maintained and the personnel were all very friendly. We had an issue with two cable TV channels that stopped working. I mentioned it to one of the staff while walking my dogs. The next morning we had all channels! By the way, our beagles also loved your park! Rest assured, the next time we are in that area (probably Spring 2010) we will be making reservations to relax under your beautiful oaks! Thank you again, and keep up the great work! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pro's: Courteous, friendly, accommodating staff. They escorted us to our site using a golf cart and picked up the trash set out in front of your site by 10:00 AM. Clean, well maintained with a strong Wi-Fi signal. New owners sell and service RV's. They replaced a hail-damaged vent lid for me the same day I asked and for a very reasonable price. Park is located in the middle of many places to go. Gas and diesel fuel station and convenience store across the street. We will definitely return to this KOA. Con's: Only 8 cable TV channels. If you have a digital TV you'll probably get more using your antenna. The adult clubhouse was closed for renovation but will probably be nice once it reopens. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Wow! What an amazing change. I have been to this KOA previously and was treated very rudely by the former owners. I had been told by friends it had changed owners. The new owners are great and the grounds are immaculate. I will never stay any where else if I am even close to this park. It has good Wi-Fi, a pool and the cleanest facilities you will find. Also has level, gravel sites, is wide and has lots of mature trees. A real gem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent and friendly staff! The sites in the back are very shady which was a blessing since it was extremely hot while we were there in July. This was a nice and quiet RV park. Not too many permanent residents and grounds were spotless. WiFi was very good and reliable. Park is around 3 miles from town and easy in and out for long rigs. We will definitely stay here again this winter! I looked at the other RV parks around town and this is hands down the best of the bunch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A bit dusty, could have more grass! Office closes at 5:00!!! A bit too early! Only four miles from Luckenbach and Fredericksburg! If you stay here check out the animal park behind the campgrounds! Monkeys and other exotics! Even better, in the evening after everything in Fredericksburg is closed, take a ride down to the old railroad tunnel and preservation site and watch the bat flight. Over 3,000,000 bats exit the abandoned RR tunnel every night at dusk and it is an awesome site!!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here three nights. We first set up right by the road and we felt it was to noisy. We then walked around the campground and found the back part of it much more quiet and more spread out. We camped in M-4, and it was right up against the fence to an exotic animal pasture. The bathroom in the outer area seemed fairly new and very clean. Luckenbach Texas is right down the road with live music daily. The folks were friendly here as well. They also did not want to charge for the kids. I liked that concept and hope it catches on to other KOA's. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
I found this park to be not only the nicest park in the area but also one of the nicest KOAs I've been to. Because the park is outside the city, it does not have perfect TV or Wi-Fi but we were more than willing to accept this as the park is so beautiful & so much unlike other parks that seem like a parking lot - lots of mature trees, grassy areas, dark & quiet at night. While we were there, we met the new owners & their staff & they are great, Fun people! It is very clear that these people take pride in their park & want their visitors to enjoy their stay with them. They not only welcomed my dog but got to know him personally! We will positively work this campground into our itinerary next year. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice KOA, but like many KOAs, this park stacks you into neat little diagonal rows with only a few feet between you and the next trailer. There wasn't even room for a picnic table in our site. Don't camp here if you want to feel like you are camping, but only if you want to feel like you are staying in a Comfort Inn in a nice resort town. Only complaint about the service: the WIFI had been out for 5 days, but the management still gave us a code for it and failed to say that we would be wasting our time trying to access the WIFI. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We initially reserved for two nights but extended to five. Much to do in the Fredericksburg area and this is the best campground in the area. It changed hands during the last month. It was purchased by a RV sales and service company on the other side of Fredericksburg. The new owners are doing a lot in the park. It is very clean and spaces are wide and comfortable. Cable and WiFi worked great. There is an exotic animal ranch next door with some very interesting animals to view. The people were very friendly and helpful as to things to see and places to eat. Great German food in the town. Lots of shops and a huge flea market the third weekend of each month. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects $4 for each of our two kids, which I thought was pricey. The park was nearly deserted when we were there, it seemed pretty nice, long and wide sites. The staff were very friendly, and filled our propane tank instantly for us. We were fairly near the playground, so the kids got to go play while we set up, which always makes it easier. The park is very convenient to downtown Fredericksburg. I wish we had had more than one night. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice KOA on the eastern outskirts of Fredericksburg. The staff is friendly. We were led to our site and assisted with set up. The clean, wide gravel sites have some shade. The restrooms were very clean. The park was essentially full for the weekend. Many of the sites were occupied by bikers due to an event in nearby Luckenbach and there was some noise from their bikes. When the weekend was over, the place cleared out and became much quieter. I would recommend this park for staying the enjoyable Fredericksburg area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have a dually/36' high-profile fifth wheel. Our pull-through site was good although some levelling required. Pristine park and well maintained. Comfortable country feel to the park and would use again, even though a bit expensive. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here a couple of days and saw the sights in the area and took in some great German food. The staff were very helpful with directions and good places to eat. Campground was quiet even with it being just about full. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice KOA located east of Fredericksburg. We were placed in a nice location toward the back of the park under some large trees. The trees were all trimmed high enough for any rig. Exotic game keeper next door with various african game and lemurs to see across the fence. No noise to speak of, animal or road. The park owners were extremely nice and helpful. In noticed them patrolling the park regularly, always with a smile and a wave. We have stayed at other parks in the area but have decided this will be our park in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice campground with easy access to the town of Fredericksburg. It is not walking distance to the town though. My site was basically level, but not paved. The staff was very helpful. My only complaint is that it is next to a major intersection of Hwy 290 and another highway in which made for a great deal of road noise. It was not just cars and trucks making the road noise a problem. It was the loud (very loud) motorcycles cruising around. Nothing on the road is louder than a Harley. At nightime however, it was quieter as much of the bikers were down for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best park we have stayed in. The owners really take care of their customers. There is plenty of shade at almost all of the sites. The sites are wide and easily accessible for any type of rig. They always guide you in and make sure that all hookups are situated for the best possible stay. The grounds are always kept up and free of litter. They are very pet friendly, but enforce people picking up after their pets. They have several spots where litter bags are available for your pet droppings. We have stayed at this park several times and plan on coming back for many more stays because of the great facilities and excellent mangement. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff were very helpful and friendly. We had a rally of 8 travel trailers, and staff accommodated us in a great part of the park, with lots of shade and an empty site for our dinner. Staff was also provided packet on touring the area and recommended a good restaurant. Park had the feel of a state park. Wi-Fi worked great, even in the back of the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very helpful staff, clean facilities. We arrived to a pull through sight, we have a 30' Jayco Travel Trailer. Trash pick up at your sight everyday. Pool was closed when we were there. Hey just a few miles away from Lukenbach, nice little area to hang out, enjoy a few beverages and listen to some music. Wireless signal was good for us. Our sight had a picnic table, which I think most did. Tent campers are located on the outskirts of the park. Very close to stores, restaurants, etc. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wonderful park & hosts/owners! We have stayed here numerous times & it is our Fredericksburg campground of choice. Well tended pool, nice laundry room, clean bathrooms & wonderful playground for kids. Owner guides you to your site. Campground is very secure! Along the back fence you can view farm animals & some exotic animals. Owners are very responsive, helpful & honest. Campsites are extremely clean & all hookups are in top notch order. Campground is quiet & located just outside busy Fredericksburg & is also just a few miles from Luckenbach. Very convenient to Texas Hill Country & numerous wineries. We recommend reservations. Very nice campground! We'll be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The manager escorted us to the site and and then came back by to make sure everything was okay. Very quiet and the restrooms and showers were extremely clean. The children enjoyed the playground. Would definitely go back again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We love this park. The bathrooms are very clean. The owners were friendly. Our awning was damaged by wind and they offered to help and then inquired later about it. The pool is small but perfect for kids. Their are many beautiful hill country trees. The back shares a fence with a neighboring wildlife farm. Kids love to go back and watch the animals. Fredericksburg is about 5 miles west. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is a nice country setting. The pool is small. We have stayed here several times. The newest owners no longer provide the pancake breakfast. The last time we tried to stay in their cabin, they said that the linens were not provided. She said we could go down to the Wal Mart and buy some. We left and stayed in a motel for around the same price. We have enjoyed staying here in our popup. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Our most favorite RV park out of 200 we have visited! Just the right size, with all pull-through. The owners should get a special Good Sam award for the best managed RV park. The entire staff pays attention to detail and it makes for a wonderful and extraordinary RV experience. The sites are good size, level with grass area and a picnic table. Immaculate doesn't describe how well they keep the bathrooms and facilities. Nice touches: extra lighting in the shower area; also extra TP provided if existing roll is low. FREE ICE puts this place "over the top" for me. Although it made me sad when I saw a few people abuse it by filling their HUGE ice chests. Lots of cable TV stations. Wi-Fi good. Staff very enthusiastic and friendly. Close to Fredericksburg which happens to be my favorite town in all of U.S. I used the laundry room which, of course, was IMMACULATE and lots of folding tables and racks.another nice touch: proceeds from laundry room go to cancer center. Good recycling--a can smasher is even provided. Too bad most folks don't use it. We really enjoyed the entertainment on Wednesday nights. Wish there were more activities in May. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is excellent. They have individual shower/bathrooms that are extremely clean. The camp sites have plenty of room on both sides for slide-outs. They have a small dog park at the back that turned out to be invaluable. This park is very dog friendly. We stayed here 5 days for a car show and was sorry to have to leave. It is close to town, but would be a stretch to try to walk it. I did not see a pool but was not looking for one. I don't know about Wi-Fi. Didn't pull out the computer but the cable was adequate. We camped here in a 42' motorhome towing a 20' car trailer. It was very easy to get into and out of. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just finished a 2 week trip to Texas in our 5th wheel, and this was one of our favorite RV parks. Here's the pros: Centrally located in Fredericksburg, easy layout of the park with good pull through spots, Wi-Fi worked, small picnic tables by each spot, good bathrooms (very clean and well kept up), cable worked well, staff was good, check-in was easy, no long-term residents in the park. Here's the cons: There really weren't any. The only thing that would have made it better was a little larger spaces. I would give it a 9 out of a 10, and the only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that I don't give out 10s unless something was exceptional. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here again while participating in Texas Hell Week and it did not disappoint, again. Clean park that is well and regularly maintained with a varied schedule of activities on site each day. Free ice! Washers and dryers work great for a reasonable price, major hospital nearby, and VFW hall and Carls restaurant have gates to their property via the park. Will most definitely stay here whenever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in a great location to visit the historic district of Fredericksburg. We were in Site #8. Nice safe and quiet park. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. We had planned to stay for only 3 days but got caught in the ice storm that hit the area. They took great care of us and made sure we could stay in our same spot for another couple of days. The restrooms including showers were very clean. Laundry room was also very clean. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our first trip to this park. Stayed here because of Ice between us and home. Friendly check in with lots of information. Sites were a little close, but level. Great shopping in town, but too far to walk. Be careful when driving in as there are signs that will be real close to passenger side mirrors. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a really nice, clean and well maintained park close to town. The sites are all pull thrus and quite roomy compared to other parks we have stayed at. Ours was not level but it appeared most of the other ones did not require leveling. There were a number of winter Texans in the park and, as it was still early in the season, there will probably be more before the winter is over. The people in the office were very friendly and helpful as were all the people we encountered in the park. We were disappointed with the fact that, although downtown is within walking distance for us, there are no sidewalks or through streets to get there from the park. We would have rated the park higher except for the compressor/truck noise all night coming from the adjacent lot and we were parked on the far end of the park from it. There are a lot of things to do in the area and we will definitely be back and will stay in this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park with level gravel sites. The picnic table is on a concrete slab. It is quiet with a nice water feature at the back. It is very convenient to town and the grocery store. The only negative is the stickers which our dogs easily found when walking. We will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park. Nice place to spend a few days. Campground was well maintained. I was impressed with the grass cutting and the daily maintenance. Really gives the campground a nice look and feel. Campsites are level. Laundry and building are neat and orderly. We would return on our next visit to Fredericksburg. We camped in a 40' motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here before numerous times. Almost walking distance to town/Main Street. Level, gravel parking, paved streets, grass in-between with mature trees. Very spacious rec rooms, library, very friendly staff, spotless and well maintained. Picnic tables at each site; park is lighted at night. We will stay here again. Many full timers live in campers in back. We stayed for 5 nights then on to Kerrville. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time at this park and we found it to very good. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel, flat and, for the most part, level. We had a gully washer one night and they drained and dried quickly. Lots of mature trees give some shade. It is bounded by 2 roads and can get a little noisy but not obtrusive. It quietens down in the evening. The lower numbered sites are closer to the road. There are lots of permanent and semi-permanent residents but everything is neat and tidy. The laundry room looked good and the showers were excellent but no 120v power in the showers when we were there. I don't know if this was a temporary situation or not. All in all, a great place to stay in F'berg and less than a mile and a half from Main Street. We would and probably will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed with a monthly rate of $420 plus electric. Sixty percent of the park is mostly long term to permanent residents. The first thirty spaces are for daily to weekly, as there are no meters. Cable is Time Warner and some cables don't match the TV list-like there is no weather channel. Wi-Fi is very reliable for an RV park, although a bit slow. I would think in the winter season the Wi-Fi is even slower. The bath house consists of seven full bath rooms which have always been very clean. There are eight washers and dryers which cost a total of $2.25 a load. Apparently, in the winter it is not enough! The roads are paved and the park is well lighted with lights at each utility stand, as well as along the entry and exit ways. The sites are gravel and are sort of level. Some of the end sites on the western side have elevated sewer connections. The sites are ragged with weeds and tall grass around the RVs and utility posts. Maintenance is average. This is a pet friendly park with a small dog run. There are local mobile RV mechanics and RV washing companies that wash on site. One nice feature is free ice. There is one trash site at the exit and there are recycle bins. Walking to town is a bit of a stretch unless it is cool and you are a walker. With no pool nor playground, there are no kids. HEB and Walmart are close. We have stayed here before and will again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Location is on the southern side of Fredericksburg. There are permanent retiree residents, but with very well maintained RVs and Park Models. Sites are gravel, level, with grass in between and mature trees. There are very long pull-throughs. The maintenance man will wash your RV for a fee. Roads are paved. They do not have trash pickup at the site. Wi-Fi was password protected and had excellent speed and strength, as good as that at home. Water, electricity, sewer connections are all in good shape. Time Warner cable TV with over 80 channels. AT&T is max signal strength and Verizon is 4 out of 5 bars. Reservations are recommended as this is a very popular area. A Koi pond, Mallard ducks, yard swing, gazebo, turtle doves, and a small dog playground all add to the stay. There are no sand burrs or cockle burrs. There are no flies or mosquitoes. A gate in the fence opens into a VFW post. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A VERY good CG! Would stay here again! Easy entrance with line of lights to assist night arrivers. Good Wifi, TV, and gravel pull through sites - Walking distance to downtown in cooler weather. Excellent staff. Almost a 10, but those are rare in our estimation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park and close to heart of downtown. Very clean showers, laundry and a well stocked book trade in the community hall where all sorts of activities are posted for anyone to attend. Looks like the full timers really enjoy themselves! Giant ice machine and FREE! We were here for a week for the Texas Hell Week bicycle rides and met other folks at the park for the same event. Gate on one side goes to a great burger/BBQ place that also has a few holes of miniature golf to while away your time waiting for your food order. Major hospital just up the street and an Urgent Care facility the opposite direction. Level sites, well maintained facility. Rate reflects weekly discount. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice Park. We are not fans of RV Parks and prefer State Parks or boon-dock when possible. But, this place was quiet, clean, and comfortable. We got the last site here and I think it was one of the nicest. Very friendly staff. We'd stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The location and condition of this cozy campground are great. It is very close to town, perhaps a mile. The sites are a nice size and are neatly kept gravel with picnic tables on cement patios. We have enjoyed our week here, and would definitely return on our next visit to Fredericksburg. Only downside to our visit is that Enchanted Rock is closed at this time. But the town is wonderful, and there are lots of other places to visit not too far from here (e.g. LBJ Ranch, etc.). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a large park located close to downtown Fredericksburg. But it is not what we would describe as within walking distance of Main Street. The sites are level, gravel-covered, large, and all are pull-throughs. Utilities were fine, with excellent Wi-Fi. The area between sites is planted with grass. Most sites have a shade tree. The streets in the park are paved. We were there in the summer and the park was largely empty of transients. There are a number of permanent residents (about 50% of sites), but all RVs are well maintained. This is a nice park and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park in Fredericksburg. Some road noise but no R/R. Roads and sites are gravel. Most sites have grass and seem to be fairly level. Very close to town for shopping and dining. Water, power, and cell (AT&T) was good. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and a well run campground. The check in was quick and easy. Sites are a little tight but easy to get in and out of. All utilities were good. Close to town but quite at night. Lots to do in the area. We were there four days and still did not see everything. Would come back if in the area again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park. There are a lot of permanent residents, but people are friendly, and everything is beautifully maintained. There are gardens and a reflecting pool, but no swimming pool. There is a small dog run. There is a social hall with dance floor, plus a second building with what looked like a dance floor. Sites are gravel and large, but ours wasn't quite level. The location is close to downtown Fredericksburg. I would recommend making reservations rather than just dropping in because the park was full during our visit, and there were several rigs in an overflow area (awaiting an open spot). We'd definitely come back and stay longer the next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Outstanding campground; the only thing that would make it perfect would be to have exercise facilities and a pool. More of a senior citizens park; kids would not have much to do; however because of its central location, most people are out in town much of the time. Wonderful laundry and bath/shower facilities. Sites are gravel, but a small crushed type that is easy to walk on. Staff friendly and helpful. Concrete patios are at ground level, so they don't scrape your tires or jam your electric step. We love this place and will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level sites, but waaaay too close. We chose not to sit at picnic table which perched over neighbor's sewer. RV park owners DO make the choice of how tight to cram in the sites! Very clean restrooms (private toilet/shower types), but almost nil water pressure in shower. Should we hold the constantly barking dog against them? With their boldly stated warnings, it's hard to imagine they didn't hear the dog that yipped all day for the 3 days we stayed. Thankfully, we took day trips. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here while we visited the hill county. The park is mainly "Winter Texans". They seem to keep a few spots open for the shorter term guests. The office staff was very helpful with information. The fellow longer term campers where very nice and made sure we were invited to the weekly activities. The park has gravel roads and sites, grass between the sites is a problem do to the drought in the area. The road ways are wide enough and the spaces long enough that maneuvering is not a problem. The maintenance on the park is constant every day. The utilities are all good. All the sites had tables on a cement patio. We thought it was a great place to stay in the area and would return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent place to stay, friendly staff, centrally located in town. All sites are pull-through, small gravel, level. Roads are paved asphalt. They have a large laundry facility. The restrooms are individual, with a toilet and shower, lots of room. They have a very nice community center. Some of the residents are snow birds, but they keep their sites well maintained and even landscaped. You get full hookups with a good selection of cable TV and excellent Wi-Fi. Dog friendly, they even have a fenced in area for them to play. This is a great place to stay while visiting Frederickburg. We would come back again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a clean, well kept campground in an excellent location to downtown Fredericksburg. The sites are a little narrow and the cement patio is awfully small. The Wi-Fi works well. There are not many amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects monthly. Well maintained park-lots of trees, but they are kept trimmed. Sites are level and roomy and long. Did not use the showers, but checked them out - all are private and spacious with toilet, sink and shower & door lock. Large community room that would be excellent for rallies. Park is only about 10 years old. Paved streets. Picnic tables. Free ice machine. Excellent free Wi-Fi. Cable TV has lots of stations. Does not have a swimming pool, but I don't use a pool. Beautifully landscaped. Lots of older people stay here (of which I am one). Very close to downtown. Very nice and reasonably priced laundry. The owners are very helpful. I will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Park was very clean and in a great location in Fredricksburg. We had no problems with the Staff. There was plenty of light at night for walking. The showers were clean and we liked having the commode, sink and shower in your own private area. We did not have a problem with the WiFi. Laundry was nice but had no air conditioning. Having a free ice machine was nice. If noise bothers you, you might want to ask for a spot on the east side of the park, away from the trucking company. The only downfall for us was no swimming pool or Hot Tub. We will return to this park if we came back to the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay at the park. I would give it a 7 based on the park amenities, but the location moved it up to an 8. Less than a mile to downtown Fredericksburg, and close to a lot of shops and restaurants. The drought has taken its toll on the grass in the park, but they keep up as best they can with the grounds. Initial check-in was rocky (was ready to leave right then), but the next day I talked to the owner's son and he smoothed things over (so, when you encounter the rude workers, wait for another one because only a few are that way). The Wi-Fi kicks you off if you hit a certain limit (but they will work with you if it becomes a problem, so mention it in the office). We will stay here again when we return to Fredericksburg. Oh, yeah, don't miss the hamburgers at the mini-golf place next door (homemade buns). We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed out stay at this park. We stayed here several days while we visited the Fredericksburg area. It was quiet and kept clean with easy access to the area attractions. The sites are a sufficient size to sit outside. We would RV here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate is for a week. We liked this park and will stay here again. The staff is very welcoming and helpful. The sites are smooth gravel but not a level as they could be. We noticed most units were jacked up to the max. The bathrooms are all private with sink, commode, and chairs. They needed better cleaning. The rec room is spacious and lots of books and movies for trading. WiFi and cell service were both excellent. The town is close which is a real plus. We camped here in a Motorhome.
By far, one of the best RV parks we've stayed in. Long, level sites (we were in 52). Electric, water, and cable TV was great. WiFi very rarely faltered. The park was sparsely populated during our stay so that may account for the good WiFi. The toilets and showers were in individual rooms and spotlessly clean. Quite a few extended stays; however, all the sites were neat and orderly. We didn't hear any traffic noise. Close to downtown and wineries. Staff was very pleasant and accommodating. Definitely recommend this park and would return again. We stayed 4 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rudest park workers I have ever encountered. Nice park, but will never stay here again or recommend. If we feel unwelcome, no matter how nice the place, we don't return. Also, the internet was not working. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We decided Fredericksburg would be a good place to have a home base for a few days and chose this RV park based on all the reviews. It is everything promised and more. Very well run and clean, though a little more crowded than I prefer, we aren't here much. Level, gravel lots with full hook-ups, trees, clean shower room, on sight laundry, cable TV, a small fenced pet area, free ice and close to town. All features we were looking for. Would highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is conveniently located in the middle of town. We occasionally heard a little road noise at night but not enough to bother us. Sites are long and level. Restrooms and showers were immaculately clean, and the laundry was the best I've ever seen in a campground--spacious with many nice washers and dryers--baskets for transferring clothes and nice clean tables to fold laundry on. Best of all was the price--$1.25 for washing; .50 for 40 minutes of drying time. Can't beat that. I actually enjoyed doing my laundry there. Cable was good. Wi-Fi was a bit slow and sort of faded out one day. Every site had at least one tree; many had two. They were trimmed up high so as not to cause a problem, so the shade was minimal but it gave a nice place to sit out. No exercise equipment, which we missed. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent New Year's weekend at the park. This is a wonderful facility with very level sites. The park hosts were very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi connection throughout the park was adequate most of the time. We'll definitely stay at the park again next time we're in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park in town, quite except for business next door, running trucks all night. Sites were clean and level. Power, water, and cell (AT&T) was good. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This area is so beautiful and has so much to see and do, it really doesn't matter where you stay! This park IS a good one, though. Close to downtown; friendly helpful staff; clean and very well maintained; paved roads/pebble gravel level sites with cement patio and table; nice rec hall and some activities. The rate reflects a monthly rate including estimated electric. Has a pet playground: burrs abound everywhere in TX! Felt very safe in the area; it's a bit noisy sometimes due to trucking refrigeration business next door. Several winter Texans come here every year and actually mow and water their little plot of grass/scrub and protect it beyond belief! Must see the Pacific War Museum and Gardens; LBJ Ranch; Luckenbach; art galleries; walk Main St.; and enjoy the great food (except The Nest!) We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice Park, long and level pull-through spots. Friendly and helpful staff. Folks with pets beware of stickers throughout the park. Wi-Fi was a bit on the slow side but coverage was good. Convenient to downtown Fredricksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has nice people in the office. The lady was just the best. We use PA, but it was the wrong time of season for this park, so we used a Good Sam rate. The sites are great, well kept. The park looks like a resort. It has a nice little pond with koi fish; a great pet area and some long term people. No run down rigs, nice well kept units. A quiet place, just a great place to stay. We would stay longer but did all the tours of this lovely town, and need to travel down the road. If you are in the area stop by, you won't regret it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent check in, great staff is very efficient and friendly. All pull throughs with minimal overhead problems. Plenty of room. Just be careful to obey "nothing on the grass" rules. They stress that. Better to keep your bare feet off the grass because it is filled with grass burrs. They are prevalent all over that section of Texas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This quiet park was perfect for us. It has wide level sites made of hard packed gravel, which face N/E away from the afternoon sun. We had enough room for our 42' MH and a truck in the site. The staff is very friendly, helpful and always seem to be busy keeping the grounds clean. The park has nothing for children to do, and that keeps the numbers very low. Our six day stay was filled with golf, 1 mile away; and hundreds of miles of motorcycle riding countryside. The town itself is 2 miles away for shopping, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park and the owner are great! To get here you have to go down Main Street. If you are arriving at a busy time this can be hazardous because of all the pickup trucks angle-parked. Go slow and take your half out of the middle. If you have dogs, watch out for the stickers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park close to downtown Fredericksburg. Friendly staff, level site, easy access in & out and we would gladly stay here again if in the area. Sites are relatively close together but not a problem as we were spaced out nicely. Free ice machine, as mentioned in a previous post, was a nice plus. Nice little fenced in dog play area at the back of the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground, very clean and neat, helpful staff, quiet. About 1/2 mile to Main Street in Fredericksburg, easily within walking distance but limited sidewalk availability. All sites are pull-throughs and have full hookups. There is a concrete pad with a wooden picnic table on each site. Our site was close to the sites on each side. If we would have opened our awning, it would have almost covered the next site's sewer connection. This was not a problem for us as we spent most of the time out sightseeing. One great thing: the park has a huge ice machine, like a hotel might have, and the ice is free for the taking. We really liked that feature! Did not use the bath/shower facilities but if the condition of the rest of the park is any indication, they are probably spotless. All in all, this is a great park to use as a platform for seeing all the sights of Fredericksburg and the surrounding area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
With so much to see and do in Fredericksburg Texas, we stayed here 3 nights. This is a jewell of a park located in the town area with very easy access. Hookups are well located, power and water service were both very good. Level parking on gravel and plenty of room for slideouts and maneuvering. This is one park we will place on our keepers list. We (I) locked ourselves out of the RV and access to our cell phones, credit cards and roadservice card, DUH! The two ladies in the office went out of their way to help us with our problem. For that we can't thank them enough. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very convenient to downtown Fredericksburg. The sites are a decent size with a patio and table and some grass. There are trees on each site but they aren't too large. The parking areas are red shale which tends to track inside. I believe this park is quite new. The bathrooms are all purpose private and very nice. It's always nice to have the whole room to yourself. There is a community room and nice laundry room with reasonable rates. One caveat...we were in front of the washroom/laundry room/hall building and people in other sites had no problem just wandering through our site whenever they wanted, even knocking over one of my plants in the process. Good manners seem to have died. The office staff were nice and accommodating. Verizon worked well here. The Wi-Fi was strong and reliable. Lots of channels on the cable. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet park with very friendly owners and staff. The bathrooms were very clean. Has level, gravel sites with lots of room. It's close to town. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked great. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I was only able to secure a site in the "Overflow" section so had a back-in site with 30 amp, which was adequate. It also saved me $10 per night. The staff was friendly and had helpful printed matter re local attractions and maps available at check-in. The bathroom and showers were exceptional. There were 6 uni-sex baths with toilet, sink and shower in each. They were kept immaculate. There was also a good-sized laundry with several machines, that was kept very clean. I would be happy to stay here again, but would not attempt to come through town again, in an RV on a Sunday afternoon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was close to town, clean and comfortable. We had a pull-through site. My only complaint was the Wi-Fi. It was so slow that it was unusable: very frustrating. Otherwise, this park was fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a well laid out park, easy to get in and out of. It is the closest to downtown, an easy walking distance. No traffic noise. Interior roads are paved and the pads are gravel: no dust. Looking at the slope, my guess is that it drains well in the rain and would be a good stopover in wet weather. About 90% of the park is seasonals, but because of the "10 year" rule, you would never guess. Full hookups were flawless. Wi-Fi was slow. They have a small, fenced dog park but no other amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is possibly the best park in or around Fredericksburg. Very clean, easy to find, easy to get into and convenient to downtown. It's not the cheapest, but certainly not the highest. Still good value for the price, level, good hookups and very helpful office staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed our stay here immensely, they had a nice pond with fish to look at and a swing. It was a very relaxing atmosphere, but we wish there was more of a play ground for the kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is close to downtown and has everything in town anyone will need. The attendants in the office were very helpful and the office and all the facilities were very clean. They have a laundry and recreation hall that is simply beautiful, and they played games and cards and did crafts. This is a great place to spend the winter and everyone was friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A clean and well laid out park with easy access to and inside park. Sites are spacious with hook ups conveniently located. Owners and staff are friendly and helpful. Good TV but wi-fi is slow. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our visit was very pleasant staff very helpful and courtous. As with other posts we also had the dog talk, as we walked to the doggy relief area my 7lb Maltese watered a tree. I think the doggy police were just waiting for an indescression. We will stay here again it is very nice, clean, and convenient. Not within walking distance to the town area as we had thought but close enough. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Pulled into this campground after office hours, there was a map posted of available sites to take without reservations. Paved roads without speed bumps, cute road names within grounds, well lighted sites, level crushed rock sites, some shade as trees are growing larger, large laundry room, small dog run in back of park, nice pond with sitting area. Office staff very friendly and helpful. We had a tire incident the day before and the office was able to direct us to Stroeher & Olfers Inc for help. The campground is new and kept up nicely, we would love to come back and spend more time here touring the beautiful town of Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were disappointed in the Office Staff during check-in. (Particularly the elderly lady at the desk) She was rude and acted like we were a great inconvenience to her when we asked if there were other RV campgrounds in the area that were not in town. She stated "no, and the place is filling up fast and we need to hurry and make up our minds if we wanted to stay or not!" We asked if there was a camping spot away from the street? Again, she said no, that this was the only spot not reserved, (which was another lie because there were several spaces which didn't fill up during our 3 day stay, she just didn't want to put out the effort to assist us.) The camping spot she assigned us was noisy from the street, and during our 3 day stay, were asked twice how long were planing on being there. Perhaps this is because we were from out of state and "not from Texas?" So much for Texas hospitality. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this park three nights in the past week. It is a very clean and neat park. All of the sites are pull throughs on crushed rock. Patios are concrete. Nice trees at almost every site. The laundry room is very well equipped with up to date machines. The water is run through a water softener prior to washing the clothes. There are permanent residents toward the back of the park. They were very neat and clean sites and most had pretty plants. I got tickled reading a previous post by a lady that had an encounter with the work camper when her dog "watered" a tree. I must have encountered the same work camper because one of my dogs fertilized the grass by one of the empty sites. I picked it up of course. His point was that other canines can smell it and they want to mark their territory there also. I had to agree with him. They have a dog park and areas around the outskirts of the park for the dogs to do their business. The workcamper was very courteous about it and after all I am a guest in this park. The park is in a great location right in the city of Fredericksburg on a city street and not next to a highway. There is very minimal road noise. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park, exceptionally clean and well maintained. Staff generally polite on check; in the process was smooth and courteous. Bathrooms clean although the floors did not look too sparkling although maybe it was the tiles, but they looked as if they needed better cleaning. One disturbing aspect was the male workamper reprimanded my wife for allowing our Labrador for urinating on a tree. Gee, it's only water what harm does it do, but I guess we are the guests and he's told what to do, although it did mar our visit and that was a shame. Otherwise our rating would have been higher. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Have stayed previously several times and have always enjoyed it. Many permanent RV's living year round with mega junk scattered around their sites. It's a definite turn-off!! Owners have seemingly wiped their hands clean of the situation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our fault. We did not have prior reservation. BUT, our site STUNK. We have moved the tow vehicle twice so far, so that other travelers could enter. The site is only large enough for an 18' trailer of some sort. Much less anything larger. Could be a nice park. Folks are friendly, but the park would get a one on a scale of ten from me. Their website scared me, but it was late when we got here and I was tired. I should have kept driving. Very unhappy weekend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very clean, friendly park. Easy to maneuver with big rig. Very close to all attractions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here because the Oakwood park was full. This park is in town and close to the square. Front office staff was friendly and helpful. The site was level, however, the ground sewer outlet was higher than the connect on my rig. We noticed a strong odor of diesel fuel during the whole week we stayed here. The park is bordered by a mechanics garage, a transformer storage yard for the local electric company, and a vacant property loaded with rusting metal scaffolds. Road noise was minimal. My small dog contracted a bad case of diarrhea during our stay here. The local vet thought he picked something up on his paws in the park. I think we'll avoid staying here in the future and try one of the other parks outside Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very well managed and maintained RV park. We were just staying for the weekend and the park was completely full. The first two rows are full temporary stays and everything else is monthly. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. We would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Great campground, especially great price with full hookups. Note: they only accept cash or checks, no credit cards. Most sites were paved except the back strip. If you want paved, request it. Campground is on the edge of town. It will definitely be our 1st choice when staying in Fredricksburg! We loved it! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pretty good place to stay in Fredericksburg. Wi-Fi is free, it's got a few basic cable TV channels, local and national. Very well kept campground and restrooms/showers were spotless. They have game rooms and other things but we didn't use them. The pool is nice, but being the temperature was 29 degrees over night and highs in the 50s that weekend we stayed where it was warm. Plenty of space, we have a 33.5' fifth wheel and maneuvering the park was a breeze. All the sites appear to be gravel and have picnic tables as well. Cable TV worked, water pressure good, no funny taste in the water. Right next to a gas station and convince store, but Super WM and HEB were just minutes away. Trade Days, which occurs the the third weekend every month is just minutes away as is Wildseed Farms and load of downtown shopping, wine tasting and eating. The owner is the kind of guy you want to meet at every park you go. He was super friendly and knowledgable about the area, but not over bearing and, "in your business". Trash pick-up at your site. Another plus, he doesn't really push all the KOA advertising on you, and believe it or not he did honor GS club. We will be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
5 for the cmpground/ 1 for the area. Very clean campground. Rates advertised are lower than are charged. That doesn't seem right. Campground is quiet, but the area is far from quiet. Every night either the fragrant cattle pens two blocks away are loudly doing something "cattle" or the VFW next door is broadcasting loud music until after midnight. The main street is close and has lots of loud vehicles. Owners are nice. Prefer to stay somewhere else next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very convenient to Fredericksburg. There are large shade trees. The sites are gravel with some grass/weeds. The sites are pull thru and convenient for a motor home or 5th wheel. They are somewhat narrow though. The grounds are well kept and there is a pet run and small lake area. Unfortunately our pet "Sammy" a Havanese got lots of stickers from the grass/weed area. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again when visiting Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first visit to Fredericksburg RV Park and we enjoyed our stay. The rest rooms and showers were clean and private. Our gravel pull-thru site was level. Because we were with a group, we used a private activity room which was very nice. The campground front desk manager was accommodating and helpful. The park location is ideal...close to town, Wal-Mart, etc. Aside from the music playing all night by a business next to the park, our visit was great! We will stay at this park during future visits to Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park about a mile from downtown. Gravel, level pull-thru sites. Full hookups w/ cable. Some sites are a little close together. Patio & picnic table right next to the adjacent RV. Staff was very nice and friendly and efficient. Would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this campground. Level sites, quiet, friendly, helpful staff, pull thru sites, good location, etc. Fredericksburg is a unique little town with the Nimitz Museum as well as other museums to see. We will come back here. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is one of the nicest RV parks I have ever stayed in. The clerk on duty was very helpful, polite and courteous. The sites are immaculate, as is the whole park. I walked around the park and there were many long-term people living there - these were all nice looking RV's and not some of the "older" type campers you see in other parks. They do have Wi-Fi, but I had difficulty in getting online. When I did get online, the service was extremely slow. If the Wi-Fi service was better, this park would definitely rate a "10". I definitely would stay here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here as part of the Fiesta Campers RV Christmas rally. The park was immaculately clean. They have a rec hall for everyone, and a separate rally hall. This way the rec hall is still available to non-rally campers. The bathhouse has private restrooms with a toilet, sink and shower – all immaculately clean. The laundry room had 8 washing machines and 6 dryers. There is a pet walk. Family and pet friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easiest set-up we've ever had! Site (29) was level front to back and side to side. Clean, well run park near the middle of town. Management was pleasant and helpful. We're here for Thanksgiving week and the park is having a Thanksgiving lunch tomorrow: can't beat that! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is very clean and wide pull throughs. Had difficulty leveling becasuse sites are not level side to side, and front of site runs down hill. Staff friendly and provides maps and lots of information on sites to see. Had a truck storage yard next door with trucks starting and stopping during the night so this got to be a nuisance. Showers and laundry are very clean and there is a free ice machine. Discount with Good Sam' is $27. Power is good and has more tv chnnels than you can imagine. WI-FI is adequate. A better value is Lady Bird Johnson Park 2 miles away. Much more shade. It has cable and sewer but no WI-FI. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good place to stay when exploring the Fredericksburg area. All pull-thru sites, full hook-ups, 68 cable channels, and very clean bathrooms and showers--and all at a reasonable price. We would definitely come here again when in the Fredericksburg area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a fairly young ordinary RV park with spaces reasonably sized. It is not luxurious, nor would I describe it as a destination park. When the trees mature, there will be more shade available. This is the closest park to downtown Fredericksburg. We found the office staff very friendly and helpful. This is a winter Texan park with nearly all spaces filled for this coming winter. Cable TV has recently been upgraded to digital, and we found the Wi-Fi somewhat slow and spotty. All in all, a good place to stay while you enjoy the surrounding area. L B J golf course is only 3 miles away! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park close to downtown Fredericksburg. We were there for a club rally and the staff was very accommodating. I think it could use a pool though. The Wi-Fi was sporadic needed constant resetting at the office. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good directions to campground and entrance sufficient to park for registration. Efficient office. Access roads a little narrow. All sites are pull-thrus of fine gravel with concrete patios. The sites are full hook-up including cable but are quite close together in serried ranks. There was many Winter Texans. Little ambience to the campground, could have done with some trees or foliage plants along perimeter of site. Close to Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel, fairly level sites. Grass and some trees between closely placed sites. Park was full most of the time with many repeat "winter Texans". A lot of full time residents, but park was clean and quiet and friendly. Rate reflects monthly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here during the "Night In Old Fredericksburg" festival, which was down town. We had read that it was within walking distance from down town. Another review said it was 1 mile. It was actually 1.25 miles. Going to town was all down hill. Coming home was all up hill. I figured it was good exercise. It definitely wouldn't be for everyone to walk. The campground host gave us a business card of a taxi service if needed. The campgrounds were very well kept and clean. The trees are young and provide very little shade. If you're planning to hang out at your trailer all day, you may want something a little more scenic. If you need a convenient, safe and clean place to stay with great customer service, I highly recommend this place. There is a miniature golf course next door. They were very accommodating for a late check out. They offer coffee every morning in the office for all guests. We will definitely go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice clean park, nice helpful staff. Inside Fredericksburg city limits 1 mile from downtown. Easy in and out. All pull-thrus. Gravel site with concrete table area. Sites a little close together, but not real bad, and no pool. No other negatives. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is very clean and well maintained. WiFi is free for now. Sites are a little close together, but not too bad. Laundry room is very functional, 8 washers and 8 dryers. No wait. Park appears to be about 30% occupied right now. Things might change when the park fills up. Very friendly management. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice Park - Long Level (FLAT) pullthrus. Very friendly. Lay out has bath house in the
middle so it is accessible by all easily. Large clean laundry room. WIFI available for a fee thru the local telephone company. Enjoyed our stay and will probably return. Note: Cell service by Cingular was poor - that is the area's problem not the campground's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 6 / 10 ]
Stayed here based on consistent positive reviews. Our experience was not a 10! The place
is new, and is clean, but it's basically a gravel parking lot on a barren landscape. Only very immature trees, so there's no shade, which must be terrible in the Texas summer. Also, the surrounding area is industrial and ugly. While this is in town, it's not within walking distance of anything. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This is a great place. It is very conveniently situated for vacationing in Fredericksburg. Nice wide, level, gravel sites with grass areas and picnic tables. It has easy access from Highway Street. The facilities are well built and clean. After looking at the other parks in Fredericksburg this one certainly has the best appearance. The only reason I could not give it a 10 is that there is nothing to do at the park. It is strictly a camping site. I do recommend this place and will stay there again, but, I am glad that I do not have children looking for something to do as this park has nothing to distract them. It does not offer phone connection except on a monthly basis. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
New park with friendly and helpful owner/managers. Facilities are excellent and very clean. Top notch utilities with 50 amp at every site and good water pressure. All sites are over sized pull-thrus. Monthly rates are excellent. Lots of fun activities planned for snowbirds during winter months. Phones available at long-term sites. Cable TV is FREE! Within walking distance of historic downtown Fredericksburg. Trees have been planted and sites will soon be shaded. We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
A new park very well thought out. Facilities are the best anywhere and the hosts offer fresh coffee and true Texas hospitality. Close to downtown Fredericksburg and all the activities, shops, museams, galleries, etc. We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Our first experience staying at a park we found listed on this WEB site and were very impressed that it matched the rater's comments so keep it up. By the way, we stayed for a week and the weekly rate was $138 with no additional charge for 50 amp service which others in town do charge!! We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Great service, clean, friendly. Large sites. In a few years there will be lots of trees. All sites level. We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is a brand new park, opened Oct. 2000. The owners are experienced RVer's and really did it right. All sights are pull through and can handle the biggest rigs. Ideal as a base of operations for the Texas Hill Country. Only a couple of blocks from Main St. Fredericksburg and 1 hour from Austin or San Antonio. A perfect spot for snowbirds. Very peaceful and quiet. We camped here in a camper.
The pluses for this park include easy access to downtown, proximity to local attractions, adequate-size sites and reasonable price. However, the restrooms and showers are not clean and there are few amenities. We would stay there again for the convenience if in the area, but this is not a destination park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This basic, older park is surprisingly quiet and offers a convenient place to stay on the edge of Fredericksburg. Utilities were good; wi-fi was slow and suffered frequent outages; cable TV was very good; AT&T phone/data was functional but weak. Sites were closely spaced gravel/dirt pads separated by small grass strips; many were occupied by old permanent units. Laundry and restrooms were old and far from pristine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
While not a resort this is a very good, quiet park in which to stay and visit the Museum of the Pacific War and other sites in Fredericksburg. A cafe is adjacent in the strip mall at the entrance with great prices and good food. Sites are large enough and are crushed rock type with a grassy area and picnic table adjacent to each. Weekend lady was extremely helpful in pointing out local areas of interest and restaurants. Laundry room available on site. Would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice location on east side of town. Many permanents living here but mostly neat and quiet. Lot's of dog walking going on and some not on leashes. One camper walked his two dogs over to the adjacent site and let the dogs do their "business" right at the neighbor motorhome's rear tire. Wi-fi was slow but useable most of the time. %25 rate is competitive for the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most of the spaces were pull thru, all are gravel tho mostly level. Cop shop is right next door, seemed safe and the Wal-Mart is 2 blocks away. Bathrooms/showers were old, but clean. Laundry room worked. Wi-Fi worked most of the time, it seemed to be at it's worst in the evening, maybe because that's what everyone else is doing. Cable was very good, more channels than you usually get. Center of Fredericksburg is about 2 miles. A lot to see and do in this area of the Texas Hill Country. Park is not the Taj Mahal but a good value for the price. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate based on a weekly rate of $100.00. The staff was very helpful. Bathrooms are old and need refurbishing but adequate. Laundry was adequate as well. If you are here to sightsee, then this is the place to stay. There are quite a few permanent people. It was quiet and we would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great park to stay at. We were having mechanical problems that delayed our departure, and the park personnel worked with us, allowing us to have the monthly rate even though we had already stayed one week. We stayed here 1 month and 3 days. We plan to come back. I would give the park a higher rating, but although the roads in the park are level and smooth, they are dirt and there is a lot of dust. Laundry room is clean and fully functional. There are 3 washers and 4 dryers. Park was full the whole time we were here, but it was quiet day and night. There is a GREAT little Mexican food restaurant in the front of the lot called Nick's Tacos. Food is awesome. Opens at 7:00 most days and breakfast tacos with homemade flour tortillas are very good. Frozen yogurt place in same area is also excellent. Super Wal-Mart in walking distance. Home supply place next door. Police Dept on other side. Very safe feeling place. Close to all in Fredericksburg. Had a really great time. Will definitely come back. We paid $250 a month plus electricity. Verizon phones and data cards worked well here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based on a long pull thru FHU 50 amp site where with a 7 day stay, where you pay for five at $20 per day and get two days free. Roads and sites are gravel/dirt. Good maneuverability and wide sites. Verizon cell and park Wi-Fi were both excellent. Some sites at the back of the park had been recently graded and seeded, meaning they have exposed dirt that when wet is sticky red clay, so you may want to select a site near the front of the park unless the grass has grown in. Good news on the permanent pickup camper in site 19. The park has created a new site for him between so and the restrooms. Brought in sand, leveled it and he moved to it while we were here. Has also really improved the look of his site with no junk out anymore. Park was either full or only one or two vacant spots each night during the two weeks we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here every time we pass through Fredericksburg. The price is very reasonable and most of all the people great. The park is not paved and they do not have a pool, but the lots are wide and pull-through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This is the standard rate. No discounts. Long dirt pull-thrus, with plenty maneuvering room for a 42ft motorhome & tow. Good base park for exploring the hill country. Good 50 amp power & free Wi-Fi. Wal-Mart near-by. Would sure stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for eight days in the middle of January. We were charged $108.50 for the 8 days with free electricity. Flat, solid gravel site, some dead grass and a small tree on our site. The free CATV was great: 70 channels and 18 HD channels. The free Wi-Fi was variable; had 3 antennas but was slow at times. The DSL modem probably needed to be rebooted. We used our own bathroom. The laundry worked fine; wife was happy. It rained for 30 hours straight while we were here and one road turned into a lake. As the reviewer from October 2009 said "the permanent pickup camper next to our site was using both his own yard and our yard too with a small refrigerator and assorted stuff on the picnic table and scattered about." He was still here in January 2010 in site 19, we were in 20. Fredericksburg is a great place to visit. This park is OK if you don't need all the fancy stuff. We would come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 3 nights. Although it was a quiet campground, you would not want to stay here for the scenery. Apparently many people live here and we were surprised at some of the junk and trailers that were allowed in this campground. No trees to speak of and it had rained the night before and there was a huge mud puddle in the road that we had to drive through every time we left. I have a 7-year-old son who was hoping to play outside or meet other kids but there were none: not an RV park for kids to play in. Would recommend only if you could not find another place to stay in Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Flat sites, gravel, w/grass between sites. Free CATV, free Wi-Fi that worked great, tables at each site. Many permanent residents with wood porches installed, permanent pickup camper next to our site was using both his own yard and our yard too with a small refrigerator and assorted "stuff" on the picnic table and scattered about. Even with that, we had a pleasant stay and would return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in the "pecan orchard" part of the campground, not the upper portions near the airport runway. I am not sure there is a level site in this campground because it is constructed on a slope. Although the hookups were fine, the sewer connect was placed at an odd location, making connect nearly impossible. We used the dump station instead. A previous reviewer commented on the odd end-to-end pull through/back in sites, and it is peculiar. The design of the campground was developed by someone who knew little about RVs, and there is evidence the city has been attempting to retrofit. We were highly disappointed the pool was not yet opened (half way through June?). Part of the reason we chose this campground was because of the chance to cool off. Office staff friendly, efficient. Bath house was clean, but someone needed to take some time to clean the cobwebs from the ceiling. Looked like the stuff you hang out on Halloween. A mix of sun and shade, nice. Grassy lawn, with a few grass sticker spurs. Only two Digital TV stations on the antenna from San Antonio, you'll need the cable. C spire phone service was 4 bar 3G. Adjacent ball park practices and games were fun to watch. Nature center with extensive hiking trail system is about 1000 ft away. Speed limit at entrance to park is 70 MPH, so you have to be careful when exiting onto the highway. The LBJ home and Old Tunnel State Park bat watch were great stops for us. Fredericksburg shops were cute, friendly, and pricey. Farmers Market in the town square had some great fresh foods. Nearby laundromat across from the hospital was clean and good place to catch up on clothes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A real nice city park. The sites near the office are a little close but very long. The sites in the Pecan Orchard down the hill are nice sized. Location is close to town. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Your experience at this campground will depend on your rig & site! Read the past several reviews and you can tell all of these folks were in the large pull-throughs and not the butt-to-butt back-ins. The park puts rigs shorter than 35' into 1/2 of a 70' pull-through. So you back your rig up butt-to-butt with the rig behind you. You are literally 1 foot from the rig behind you when you get in "your" spot. To make matters worse, the hook-ups are in the middle on only one side. So one RV has the hook-ups on the correct (left) side and the other must run power & water under their rig, presuming they have a very long cord! Incredibly, some folks had pulled straight in and unhooked. Then another rig backs in front of them meaning the later rig must depart before the first rig can get their TV in to hook up. I've never seen such a poor set-up in my 90 campgrounds visited! Other than this ridiculous butt-to-butt parking, the CG is a 9 or 10. So I recommend you lie (yes lie) and tell them your rig is longer than 35' so you can get one of the nice pull-throughs or sit solo in one of the 70' pull-throughs. Oh, I almost forgot. The lady at check-in was berating someone on the phone who was complaining that their rig wouldn't fit in one of the back-ins. I watched several folks try to get in one of the back-ins only to give up and go somewhere else. Camp WiFi was slow but Verizon WiFi worked well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice lady checking in and helpful. Next to airport, but it didn't bother us. Sites are OK. Large garbage cans at every other site. Showers/restrooms are old but clean. As stated in other reviews, if the toilet flushes, the shower flow goes away, but not for long. There are lots of stickers though so our little dogs were uncomfortable. But the town is a great German experience of food and chocolate! We highly recommend going to the National Museum of the Pacific War; awesome mix of video, audio, and real artifacts (planes, weapons, vehicles, subs). Must see. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pretty, roomy sites. Bathroom and showers need serious updating - the shower handle has nearly corroded off. Someone flushed a toilet while I was in shower, and water flow dropped to a thin pencil, not enough to rinse a toothbrush. Planes are quite loud during day, but not at night. VERY quiet otherwise. I'd stay again, because of price. Showers are quite warm and roomy. I just disliked the corroded handle that worked oddly, and I really really hate the pressure problem. I'd just try to not go in peak season or peak usage times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were greeted by a friendly staff. Our site was easily assessable and level. The restrooms and showers were nice and clean. The $2.00 fee to enjoy the city pool was well worth it. Our site was next to the Airport runway and we enjoyed watching the small planes come and go. We highly recommend eating at the Airport diner. The campground is very close to town. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Huge grass lawns, adjacent to municipal airport where we were treated to vintage WWII aircraft taking off mid-day! Several playgrounds of different sizes, great pool, no mosquitos! Our campsite was easily accessed - as were all in the park. Staff was friendly and gave us good a great recommendation for places nearby to eat out. This park is in the hill country of Texas and we loved the area and this park. One of the highlights of our trip! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level campsites on tar and gravel with grassy areas in front/behind each hilltop (premium) site. These premium sites overlook the airfield and Hangar Hotel. Staff was very courteous. All hookups/sewer/cable/electric worked very well. Internet had an additional charge but staff informed us that it didn't work very well and facility is looking to improve that service very soon. Lovely nature trail with 2 Geocaches in park. Beautiful bird feeding station and Butterfly feeding garden. Trash service was often and grounds were completely free of litter. Pet friendly staff gives pets a "welcome" dog biscuit. Park was very quiet with minimal campers. Staff did space people apart when so few campers are staying overnight, which is very appreciated. We viewed other campgrounds while in the area and were very pleased with choosing this one as it is the prettiest, quietest, and least expensive. Very convenient to site seeing with our Toad. Local law enforcement was visible driving through park several times a day. We will definitely stay here again very soon. I recommend visiting April or May for maximum wildflower viewing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a state park this is very nice. Obviously there are budget cuts so very little maintenance goes on. The hookups were a little dated and worn. One of my friends had to call out maintenance to make repairs so his electrical would work. Maintenance was there in a jiffy. The people that work here are really great; whatever you want that is OK with them. The restrooms and showers are very nice and clean. Have stayed here before and plan on going back again. I like the fact also there is a golf course in the park. Very friendly people there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park itself is OK. It's quiet at night and overall clean. The Wi-Fi however, which you have to pay for separately, is a mere joke. I could hardly ever get a signal, even close to the restrooms where the antenna was placed. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a county park three miles south of the village with 90 sites. Sites are close together with full hookups and cable. Wi-Fi is extra. It cost $30 and must be paid with cash or check. The park has a golf course, ball fields, a river that runs through it for fishing, picnic areas, dancing patio, and driving range. Park was very quiet and the staff was very friendly at check in. We went by a number of RV campgrounds driving west on 290 and I think this is the best one in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are staying in this park for the month of Jan. and it's a great park. Its clean, staff are friendly and are ready to answer any questions. Its built in a pecan grove & most of the trees are very tall and there's pecans everywhere. Our rig is 40' long & they put us on 2 sites that are back to back, but only charged us for 1 site. We would definitely return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a pretty basic park, however, it was good value for the two nights we were there. The Wi-Fi was through an outside carrier. The service was easy to hook up to ($4/night). The pads are gravel and weren't that flat. The camp is about 3 miles South of town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very convenient park in a great area. Fredericksburg was awesome, very good wineries, golf, friendly people, and campground. We stayed a week and the facility was good. Airport immediately behind GC was not busy so noise was only intermittent and not a factor. Would stay there again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice city park a few miles out of town by the municipal airport. We have stayed here before, and it is still a great place to stay for the price. Upper sites are nice pull throughs and are side by side. Lower sites are back in. Rate shown reflects a weekly rate. We will stay here again when in the Texas hill country. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good interior asphalt roads although rough in some spots. Level asphalt sites. Nice park-good birding and hiking. Next to the airfield: fun to watch the planes, but can be noisy at times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is getting old and tired and more expensive. Washrooms are cleaned but need some paint at the very least. Wi-Fi is intermittent. Rather go somewhere else where there is more for your money now. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great location to tour local area. Park was quiet and well kept. Sites are sand and gravel which results in more cleaning of the motorhome. Airport is out your front door and can be somewhat noisy (we had site 89). Water pressure was great and trash cans are at the end of the sites. Overall a nice stay, but I just felt like something was missing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here happily for five years, but a problem has emerged recently. Management is changing your reservation and assigning another spot without advising you. This has happened to both our self and our friends' reservations made a year in advance for December 2012. The reason given: "regulars" who asked for these sites -- AFTER our reservations were made -- were given preference. We were given less desirable spots along the main road. In addition, our friends' reservations this past weekend were also changed, with their reserved spot given to "regulars" who wanted to be located next to each other. Our friends were assigned an alternate site that they could not use due to a tight approach. After working with accommodating weekend staff, they finally obtained a spot suitable for their fifth wheel. This policy is a management issue that we've not experienced in 10 years of RVing. As a government (city) run park, this policy of favoritism is especially inappropriate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros-nice staff, big enough sites, safe, cable TV. Cons-restrooms and showers are very tired. Hate that the sites are back to back when we have a back window. No clubhouse. Occasional use of a "Tasch" house. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros: The showers were hot, and there was a nice warm heater in shower room. The Cable TV was excellent, just in time for the Super Bowl. Having at-site sewer hookups was handy. There is a 1-mile interpretive nature trail and bird-watching hut. There is a big area to walk dogs along the creek. And the price is right. Cons: Back-to-back RV sites, put our bedroom window within a couple feet of the RV behind us. And all the RVs are packed close together, not much space between them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came here to this park because of some of the reviews we read. Unfortunately our view is not the same. The sites on the ridge are very close together, long because they used to be back-to-back sites, but only about 20 ft apart. The "campers loop" is where we stayed because it looked somewhat roomier. It is, but when all of the sites are full you realize that there is little room from your neighbors. The main loop of the campground is all back-to-back sites where your rear bumper is right next to your neighbors in the adjacent site. For an RV park it isn't bad, it's just not any type of destination campground. The pool is big and very nice looking as are the tennis courts. The older bathhouses are tired but clean. The new ones looked good and were clean. There are garbage cans by each campsite that are picked up regularly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We reserved for three nights, however, upon check-in were assigned a combined space (i.e., spaces 71/72) on the edge of a road on grass. No hard surface for our rig as other sites had. This space would not accommodate our two slide outs. We chose not to stay and requested our cash refund. When the receptionist "handed the money back" my wife counted it and was shorted $20.00. The receptionist could only respond with, "Oh I'm sorry." My wife showed her how to properly count back change. Upon exiting you have to negotiate between two steel posts over a drainage ditch. It was very tight and showed evidence of being struck by other RV'ers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV park is part of a large municipal park that has an inviting nature trail, lots of grass (although our dog found lots of burrs), a golf course, and swimming pool. The sites at the very front of the park are rather close together but the park manager gave us space in the "horseshoe" where we had plenty of room to back in our travel trailer and spread out. It's a quiet park in the bustling German-flavored town of Fredericksburg that offers many historic attractions. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were fortunate to get a spot for one night without a reservation. The campground appears to be very popular with "winter Texans." Access to our campsite was pull through, but was a bit tight for our 36' coach with towed vehicle. The sites were very deep, but the road into our site required careful navigation to avoid tables and trees. The grounds were clean and well kept. Tables and hookups were in good condition. We would stay there again, but would call ahead for reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A bit tight on maneuvering in the lower campground, but still easy enough. Cable, Wi-Fi, plenty to do in the area, easy to find and swell folks in the check-in. This park is owned and operated by the city of Fredericksburg. If you like to play golf, bring your clubs, because the golf course is right next door. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in Site 75 in the Horseshoe Loop. This is where to be: has paved roads, paved site. The other area has paved roads and gravel sites. Just about every site has shade. Picnic tables at all sites. Tons to do; tennis, swimming pool, ball fields, walking trail. Nice host. Short drive to historic Fredericksburg. There is an airport right next to the park. We only heard a few planes, all during the day. For peace and quiet, this is the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park which is convenient for visiting the Fredericksburg area. Sites are pretty close together in the "upper" section (we were in #87). Sewer connection is in a strange location, and I almost ran over it. Caps were broken by someone who did just that. We will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this place. Spaces are large and level located in a pecan grove so shade is great. Satellite dish can be a challenge, but cable channel selection is excellent. Other utilities work very well. Third time we've stayed here while visiting friends in town. We'll definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We loved staying here! We were here to see the bluebonnets and wildflowers and, unfortunately, it rained the whole week. But the park was extremely clean, quiet, and the staff very helpful. We had a great view, and the only problem we had was the asphalt gave way on the rear end of the motorhome due to poor asphalt construction and much rain. We literally sunk our rear jack 6" into the asphalt. The motorhome across from us had the same problem and had to move their motorhome forward a couple feet in order to relevel. But, that aside, we would definitely stay here again, and look forward to staying here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent four days here last week. The staff was friendly and the facilities were very good. The main purpose of this review is to warn Wi-Fi users of the woefully poor wireless service. Internet access at this municipal park is served by an outside company at the rate of $4.00/day. During the two days that I purchased access, the download speed rarely exceeded 2 Mbps. Generally, the speed remained at 1 Mbps!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean, accessible to golf course and city. Internet not usable, very few pull-thru's . We were in site 85 BD, which was huge. Most of the sites are back-ins which is OK, but a "pain". Plenty of room for big rigs. Very clean park, nice managers, located in the heart of Bluebonnet country (early April). All hookups have water 30/50A, cable TV, new internet planned. Inexpensive $25/night for all. Easy to find, just stay on TX hwy 16 until you pass the airport entrance. Avoid turning onto FM 2093 which is just North of the airport/RV site. If you make this turn and are in a big rig or pulling a toad, it may be miles before you can find a narrow unpaved road headed south; and there are no places to make a U-turn. Trust me. If you are arriving from the DFW area, do yourself a favor, don't take I-35 W, take one of the many FM routes south through Cleburne, Glen Rose, Lampassas, etc to get to Fredericksburg; especially if travel is done during the Texas Bluebonnet season late March to mid-April. The roads are great and less dangerous than I-35. Must see Museum of the Pacific War. One of the best outside of Smithsonian. Navaho Grill is one of the few good restaurants, but you won't go hungry, many places to eat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place has back to back sites; two rigs back up to each other to share the utilities. One rig has to have 30-50 feet of sewer hose to reach. Even though the park was only half full they would not let us move to a site where we could reach the sewer outlet. For the $$ you can go into town and stay at one of the other RV parks and get a site with utilities or just go into town and the Walmart will sell you another sewer hose to hook up with. For basically a spot to spend the night it was not much above staying in the Walmart parking lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very adequate park owned by the City in a great town. I do not care for the back-end to back-end sites but I can put up with it. Lots of kids & tents in the area but didn't have any problems. We'll return ASAP. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Second time we've stayed here, and once again we were very impressed. This is a great place to camp short term or long. Majority of sites are shaded by large pecan trees. (They do drip sap in the late summer, but it is easily removed.) The entire park is very well kept, neat and clean. All utilities are top notch. WIFI is pay as you go. Verizon Broad Band gets five bars. There was an airshow of sorts going on at the nearby airstrip which was a little noisy, but on the other hand, it is great fun to watch those guys fly. We'll definitely come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is not a camping type of park. It is for winter Texans, for overnighting and for a base station for visiting the area. The sites are very tight. On most back in sites you will be 1 foot from the back of the RV behind you. The shower houses are clean but not the greatest I have seen. There is no privacy in the shower area. They also have a serious fire ant problem and most sites have very little grass. On the other hand the folks that camp there and the ones that run the campground are very friendly. It is close to downtown Fredericksburg. If I am going down for the weekend I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our favorite campground in Fredericksburg. Quiet; nice folks to deal with; very reasonable rates. Next to an airport, but, we heard no planes fly at night. Large tree grove in part of the park likely to affect satellite reception. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park that is really convenient to Fredericksburg shopping and events. The area we stayed in had the sites back to back and it was a bit tight because we have a big coach and the fifth wheel behind us was big too. The hook ups are in kind of an odd place so make sure you have a long sewer hose and power cord. The water pressure was kind of low, but we really enjoyed the stay. The airport next to the park gave us hours of entertainment, there must have been an air show this weekend, because we saw all kind of vintage planes taking off and doing formations. But we never heard a plane at night. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall this park is a fantastic park for the rate paid. Some people may be put off by tight turns and small spaces in the larger area of the park. Others may be put of by the airport right next door to the park. I rarely heard the small cessnas as they take off. We were fortunate to be there when many warbirds came for the day. I am an aviation buff. Some sites will have hookups on the wrong side of the RV so be prepared with extra long hoses and electrical cords if needed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a great place to camp. Beautiful sites, wide and shaded. All utilities work very well. Good voltage on AC and outstanding water pressure. WIFI is pay as you go but the signal strength is excellent. Only tiny complaint is that the pecan trees which provide ample shade also produce ample sap which coated our Airstream. Not a big deal. It washes off with soap and water. We would DEFINITELY camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone about this park! $20 a night for full hookups with cable. Most sites are paved, level, and some pull through. The pool is $1/per person/per day but it is Olympic sized and with an 11ft diving section. The sites are super far apart by RV park standards and lots of shady pecan trees. There is a nice new play ground right in the park. The only con is that on some of the back 2 back sites you may have to run your electric and water under your trailer, but there is sewer on BOTH sides. We enjoyed sitting outside and watching small planes take off at the airport. We will absolutely stay here again and again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park. It is located close to town on Highway 16 to the south. The sites were spaced very nicely with plenty of room and level. The park is well kept and we enjoyed walking down by the creek and the nature trail. All of the basics worked well (50 amp power, water, sewer). The park is next to the city airport but that is certainly no problem. We probably heard about 4 or 5 small planes a day. We stayed here about 8 or 9 days and would certainly come back. If you are going to Fredericksburg, don't miss this beautiful RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. It is located close to town on Highway 16 to the south. I would say that about 70% of the sites were occupied. The sites were spaced very nicely with plenty of room so we didn't not feel crowed at all. Bob the park host was very nice and helped us get settled in. He came by twice during our stay to check in on us. A very nice fellow. The park is well kept and we enjoyed walking down by the creek and the nature trail. Our daughter enjoyed the play ground equipment near the golf course. All of the basics worked well (power, water, sewer). We took our kayak and enjoyed a short run down the creek from one dam to the next damn. The park is next to the city airport and we did hear planes coming and going. We probably heard about 4 or 5 a day (we stayed for 2 nights). If you are going to Fredericksburg, this is the place to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Shhh! Don't tell anyone else about this park. It is a delightful area 3 miles south of town. Roomy side-by-side sites on gravel, full hook ups with cable for $20. Wi-fi available for $3 but so weak it's not worth bothering with. Standard municipal type bathrooms that are clean. Next to the airport but just a few small planes took off or landed so not a noise problem. Some of the pull thrus require you to either pull in and back out or back in and pull out if you have a big rig but there's plenty of room to do it easily. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice spread-out park. We stayed at the upper part of the park, close to the office, very long spaces. We didn't do a lot at the park due to the weather, it rained both days we were there. Staff friendly/helpful. Close to many major stores and small shops. Some spaces close together. There are other facilities: fishing, BBQ, baseball fields, etc. but it rained so we didn't really use the park...WE SHOPPED, which there is not shortage of doing in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of our favorite places to stay in the Hill Country. They now have free wi-fi. We have stayed in spots where it worked and spots where it doesn't. Although a county airport is next door, we have only heard loud (jet) traffic on the weekends and not at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice municipal park with nature trails, bird feeding station and good golf course. While the daily rate is $20, it is $250 a month with all amenities included! It is a bargain at the daily rate, but the monthly rate makes this place a steal. Many sites are under pecan trees. It is pretty windy many days and nights and is next to the town airport. There are no night flights and most of the planes are little. We would try to get back here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is probably the best kept secret in Texas. Great park with large sites, huge grassy patio area between sites with picnic table. Lots of shade trees. Our site faced the airfield - minimum noise except for private planes taking off and landing. A Municipal Park owned and operated by City of Fredericksburg, with full hookups, including large selection of cable TV. Our site was treed but still rooftop satellite friendly. Extremely friendly and helpful management. We are planning a winter return stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a city municipal recreation park with 90 sites. Full hook-ups with 30/50A. In addition, there are bathhouses, a pool, tennis court, 78 cable channels. picnic areas, pavilions, and a nice public golf course. No laundry facilities or fire rings. The majority of the sites are double side by side or front to back pull throughs. The dual hook up facilities are located in the middle of each site. Meaning- in one way or the other - you are going to share a site if the park is full. Avoid the back in only sites 73-80 unless you are happy doing a lot of back to front leveling. The front to back pull throughs are at least 30 feet but the side by side sites are awning to awning. Sites have trees to make it partially shaded, but they typically don't interfere with satellite reception. There is no road noise. The C/G is adjacent to the municipal airport, but airplane traffic is very light. The park is well maintained with a helpful staff. Voltage and water pressure are very good, even when it's are crowded. Any RV over 35 feet will find the front to back pull throughs a bit tight, but it is manageable. If I were rating the C/G by itself, I'd give it a 7 or three stars. But due to the amenities, closeness to town, being well maintained, and a $20/night fee, I give it an 8 or four stars. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. We were located at the top pull through sites along the airport runway. Noise was never a concern - very few airplanes. Good level site w/ full hookups. It was a bargain for this particular area at $20. We had a heavy rain, but puddles and mud was not a problem. Nice, helpful employees in the office. Because of weather, we had to extend our stay several days and we were accommodated without problems. Location south of town makes it a very nice quiet area. We will plan to stay here every time we are in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lovely park on the south side of town. Enjoyed watching the occasional small plane take off and land from the municipal airport. Noise was never and issue. Playground is small. Deer and turkey sighted. Pool admission is $ 1.00, tennis courts and golf close by along with nice walking / biking trails. Creek to wade in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park managed by a friendly staff. There is so much to do here we keep coming back. You have a golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball court, volleyball area, fishing and more. Everyone we have met camping here were friendly. We parked our trailer for the 4th of July and watched an excellent fireworks display. This is our favorite RV park in Texas. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice place. WiFi excellent. Don't let airport location scare you. About two or three take offs and landings a day. Golf course in park is very nice also. Showers are not private, but still very clean. Nice city park to use as a home base during visit. Some snow birds in park. Very nice views. Pull throughs on top of hill by airport runways. back ins futher down hill. Would return. This is a beautiful area and Fredericksburg a super town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an excellent park for the low nightly rate. Full hook ups at a good area for 20 bucks is hard to find. There is a golf course sort of across the street and down a little. There is fishing at the municipal park area, baseball diamonds, and a large recreation area. We stayed here while visiting Fredricksburg and had a great time. The employees that run it are very nice and helpful. They have some pull through sites toward the front without a lot of shade and an area in the rear in a pecan grove with lots of shade trees. The only complaint I had at all is the site areas are gravel and ours was a little hard to level on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice enough park. Friendly office help. Gravel sites, some better situated than others. Many sites are tandem with two rigs backed up to each other. In the front area where we stayed one night, your door opens directly to the other persons door about 12' away with a picnic table between. Since our neighbors dog was a barker, everytime we exited with our dog the barking started. The lower area was somewhat better designed. Utilities worked very well. Bigger rigs might find trees a bit challenging in some spots. Ok for overnight or short term visit to the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful park on the edge of town. Adjacent to small municipal airport (no airplane noise
while we were there) and county fairgrounds. Plenty of room for slideouts.Fire rings and picnic tables at each site.Playground and creek to wade in. Hiking trails. Golf, tennis and swimming were available for a small additional fee. We stayed in a motorhome in 2003. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park in a great location. The $18 rate is what we had on a monthly rate with electricity. Super friendly staff. The very best swimming pool we have ever encountered at an RV resort. Sites are just a bit on the small side, or I would have rated them a 9 or 10. Would definitely come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I stayed here for the first 3 days with Passport America, and the rate was less. After the 3 days, I went in to explain that I didn't feel well and wanted to extend, could they give me the same rate - no, but they would give me the Good Sam rate. Apparently, since I was PA, I was assigned a site in the full sun (charged extra since it was a pull-thru) for the full day, even though there were nicer, shaded sites available. The facilities were OK, except for the laundry - the dryers seemed to be a good deal until you found out that it took way too long to dry clothes since it was all low heat. Wouldn't stay here again, I'm sure there are more nice places in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate cited is with a Passport America discount (use any day of the week) and Good Sam. We were located on row next to pool. Long enough but not wide enough. Our entire row was empty (except for us) and they put a motorhome right next to us. His slides went over our patio area. Wondered when they might mow. Dog area at one end of park, so you want to be close to that. There is an extremely bright light installed by the pool house and over our site. Kept me up the first night, used towels over windows next night. We stayed for 6 nights so no big problems. Laundry room hot and temps were pleasant when we were there. I'd stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in one of the premium pull-thru sites, as did our friends in the site next to ours. Contrary to other reviews, our site was spacious, came with a picnic table sitting on a large concrete pad, and had trees on both sides to provide shade. Quiet location, about five minute drive from downtown Fredericksburg. Clean restrooms & showers. GREAT dog walk area. Added bonus for us was the park is adjacent to Street Dreams of Texas, a business buying/selling high performance cars & trucks displayed in a large (60+ vehicles?) indoor showroom. We would stay at Oakwood again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were warmly greeted by the registration staff. We found the campsite to be very tight. If you want some feeling of "your own space" this might not be the place for you. There are some permanent residents there, or so it seemed, and some of their sites and equipment could use some upkeep. The only other comment I would have is that we were at the opposite end of the campsite from the dog walk area, we are not young and have some physical limitations, so even if you clean up after your dog (which everyone should) there is no grass except for the dog walk area. So keep that in mind when you book if this pertains to you. Cable was good, WiFi worked, site was level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Meh. This was an OK park. The spots were VERY NARROW and CLOSE TOGETHER. I think this is an older park that was not originally meant for the larger rigs out on the road today. Slide-outs hang over the concrete pad with the picnic table and into the spot next to you. The rows are narrow and it's hard to get your rig in and out. Much of the park was full with people who live there and work in town and park their cars in front of their rigs, crowding the roads in and out of the park. Consider this park if you have a smaller rig, under 24 feet. It will make it a lot easier to get in and out. At 36' plus our truck, it was a tight fit. Very quiet park, hardly any noise. Dog park was a little small for our big dog, but would be fine for a medium or small dog. Too cold to use the pool but it looked very nice and well-maintained. Only 4 washing machines in the laundry for over a hundred sites. Overall an OK stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are dirt with small concrete patio area. Way too close to next site. Very difficult to park big rig. Sewer connection directly next to patio of neighbor site. Our neighbor's slideout actually hung over our patio. Neatly trimmed bushes separate sites barely leave enough room for slideouts and make it impossible to get into storage area beneath motorhome. There are some larger sites if you want to pay higher price. Would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is fairly nice. Lots of temporary workers in this park, but they didn't impact us. A few run down Motorhomes but other than being an eye sore no problem. Shower's, restrooms, and laundry facility was fine. Laundry facility only had 4 washers and 3 dryers, but they worked well. Fredericksburg is a cute town with a nice downtown area to stroll around. Luckenbach, TX is just a few miles (8) from here. Make sure you drive out to see that. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our RV group had a small rally here. We chose to park in the trees, so weekly rate was higher ($258), which we felt was a bit pricey. Site was gravel and level. They offer NO discounts on weekly rates. Our space was easy to get in and out of, even with our tow attached. Close in to town and all the activities that Fredericksburg offers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In the middle of the park are 30 pull throughs and 6 back-in for short term parking. The rest are all back-in’s located around the perimeter of the park, set up for seasonal or full time residents(with electric meters). All of the sites around the perimeter have lots of shade trees. The sites in the middle have nuisance decorative trees and shrubs. All the roadways and pads are pea gravel that just loves to get stuck in your tire treads. Water pressure at the site was nominal at 40 psi. Each site has a concrete pad with a picnic table, but the problem is that the space between the concrete pads is narrow, making positioning of your rig a real challenge. Beside the electrical pedestal was a large Cable box that sat 24” into the site, reducing the available maneuvering space from 11’ to 9’, not much allowance for a 8 ½’ wide rig. All the other sites did not have this problem so avoid site #91 if you can unless you have the ‘turn thing’ down pat. The spacing of the decorative trees and shrubs caused problems with trying to position our 4 slides. The sewage opening is actually in the concrete patio of your next door neighbor, sitting it about 8” above the ground. By the time you screw in your connecting elbow, the opening at good 12-14” above the ground. No matter how hard you try, crap does not flow uphill. In our site, the tree on left side of site overhung the parking spot and as we attempted to pull in, we were pushing branches out of the way. I eventually backed out and went around again and went over to the right as much as I could. I asked the staff to trim back the tree as it overshadowed the site, but they refused. The WiFi was free, but pathetic. The connection was slow and unreliable and disconnected frequently. We will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Would have rated higher if bathroom remodels had been finished. Shower area partially torn up waiting to be finished. Clean but small. We had a great site with plenty of large trees and area to put our chairs. Sites close together. Back-ins require a little skill. 2 miles from town. Spent 6 nights. Would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here with our RV club. This is a nice park in a great location. Mostly pull-through sites, but the sites are a bit close together as they are in most older parks. The management is in the process of revitalizing the bathrooms, but they were clean and usable. Good power, excellent Wi-Fi and cable TV (both free) and good Verizon 3G service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park advertised 70 cable channels but were in the process of switching to another system, so we had nothing. We were not advised in advance when making the reservation of this problem. The showers worked great until someone started the washing machines in the laundry room, then there was but a trickle of water at a very inconvenient time in the shower process. The hot tub was lukewarm, and the entire area was just too gross to even think about getting in the water. But the worst part of it all was the rude women who worked the registration counter in the morning at check out. I asked for her name, but she would not give it to me. When we made a complaint about the above she stated she had worked there for 10 years, and we were the first people to ever complain! Really? I found this very hard to believe. The fact that they use the word "resort" in their name is a joke. This place is far from it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent campground but not a destination resort. On the edge of town. Gravel roads and sites with concrete pads. Clean restrooms. Large pool..not heated. Hot tub...luke warm. Friendly/helpful staff. Mix of long/short term residents. Would stay here again for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a month. The restrooms/showers are clean and adequate and cleaned daily. Laundry is $1.25 a load. We paid for a 'premium' pull through site which gets you a fire pit and free wood. Unfortunately, these sites are piled right at the entrance/exit to the campground. They are gravel. The 'locals' who live/work here spend all day running their diesel trucks in and out of the park, using the empty premium sites as shortcuts if possible. We made 3 trips to the 'hot' tub, and it was barely 90 degrees each time. Complaints to the manager went nowhere. Road noise and inconsiderate dog owners are prevalent. Would not recommend, nuff said. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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We chose this park based on previous reviews on this site. The spaces are very close together and we would have had a much harder time getting into our back-in space if the space opposite ours had been occupied. That said, overall the park is very good. Management and staff are very helpful with information on local area attractions. The WiFi and cable TV worked excellent. The TV channel selection was extensive. The bathrooms and showers were well maintained. The shower stalls have good room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature oak trees. All of the sites had a concrete patio pad with a picnic table. Some sites have fire pits and the park provides firewood. Our only complaint is the laundry room had only 4 washers for the 132 sites in the park. The park seems to have a lot of long term residents. There is a HEB grocery store within a mile of the park and several gas stations close-by with diesel fuel. The nightly rate ($29.70) was with a 10% AAA discount and taxes added. We extended our stay one day, the night before our original departure date, with no problems. We will stay here again when we visit the Fredericksburg area We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very disappointed in this park. We drove further to camp here because of the web page and reviews. We went in and said we had Passport and in my opinion were treated like 2nd class. We were also told if we stayed an additional night (and we HAD planned to) that we couldn't use ANY of our other discounts. Passport afforded us a back-in site only according to the check in person. We had FHUs but the Wi-Fi shouldn't be advertised since it apparently doesn't work (tried off and on for hours). The site was so narrow after leveling we couldn't open one slide without totally hooking back up and re-parking. The rain left the park in puddles and it obviously needs some additional gravel to extend the very short sites and repair the roads. If we had paid the full price we would really be upset. We would pay extra and stay elsewhere. The dead end roads made leaving more complicated and we drove through a vacant site to reach the exit street. Park could be laid out more efficiently and fixed up to be nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I felt this was a great place to stay, nice shady spaces and friendly helpful staff. The restrooms and showers were exceptionally clean. The only drawback is that the spaces are too close together. We definitely plan to stay here again, altogether a good experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Others mentioned close sites, but these were the closest I have ever seen. I literally had to move my neighbor's picnic table out of the way for my living room slide slide to go out over their patio. I was in a pull through space, but had to back out to leave because of tree limbs blocking my exit. When we checked in, we were advised that our site was too far away from the office to expect Internet service, and I appreciated that. What They didn't tell me the park was having water issues, and we had almost no water pressure on Friday. Then, Saturday morning, the water quit working completely. Fortunately I keep some water in our RV. We love the area, but will seek an alternative place to stay next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is just outside of town. It is close to a very new and nice HEB grocery store and a new Walmart. The sites are very close, but they are mostly under trees. Residents were nice. Pool was closed in March. There was a dog park but it was very small and heavily used. There were large grassy areas to walk your dog and they were kept very clean. This was a friendly, clean park and I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of trailers have been parked here for a long time. The two rows near the office, used as overnight, or short term spaces, are short pull throughs. If you are towing a trailer of any size, you will have to unhook after getting on your site. All hookups are at the very rear. Sites are gravel, but have concrete patios. Neighbor's slide was overhanging our patio. Wi-fi worked well at our site. Restrooms and showers were spacious and clean. Rate was PA for one night, only. The most positive thing about staying here is the Mexican restaurant across the street. Hilda's is definitely a place not to miss if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice enough campground with a pool and hot tub which was closed due to the weather. They advertise Passport America but the owner is not happy giving it to you. The office staff does a great job of tempering the owners rules to make you feel wanted. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park and there are several sites with large trees. The restrooms were kept very clean. They also have a meeting hall if you have a group traveling together or meeting at the park. All the employees were very friendly. They are in the process of installing Wi-Fi so some sites have bad connections. I use a cellular modem so it was not a problem. The Park is very close to the Airport, Fairgrounds, and Downtown. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I think this park has seen better days. The Wi-Fi does not work at all. They told us that when we checked in. We weren't too happy to hear it, but they didn't seem to care about it. The sites are narrow but usable. The pool is really nice, although it was closed, due to the time of year. The hot tub is an old one, not built in, but like one you might have in your back yard. It had duct tape in some places. I tried to do laundry, but only two of the four washers worked, one had dirty clothes in it and the other was in use. Only one dryer DIDN'T have an "out of order" sign. Since the room smelled bad anyway, I gave up and left. Our AT&T cellphones worked fine. For this price we will go elsewhere next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park, very narrow spaces, narrow entryway, mostly dirt with a little gravel. Nice trees, huge pool, small older hot tub, reasonable laundry/good prices, definitely pet friendly, lots of work campers keeping things in good condition. Nice office staff. Now the downside. I called and ask specifically about the Wi-Fi. I was told that yes, they had it. After we spent all the time setting up, I tried my Wi-Fi and it was not there. Called the office and they said that due to my Coach and the trees that maybe I had better come to the office and use my laptop there. To make a long story short, there is no Wi-Fi except at the office. We left because of it after a few days. I do not like being lied to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Narrow driveway entering. Would be tight with two rigs passing. Easy access from highway. Gravel interior roads. Some shaded parking. Close to Nimitz museum and LBJ Texas Whitehouse. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, clean and friendly park. Trash picked up daily. Pet park and pet walking area. Large clean swimming pool and hot tub. Wide spaces with concrete patio. Enjoyed two month stay very much and will definitely go back when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First, this Park should be re-named DogWood! There is a huge pet run for those that have pets and the pet owners do nothing to contain their animals to that area. Yes, there are rules and rules but the Park Management does nothing about these "rule breaker actions." For example: there is a 2 dog rule per RV. On numerous occasions the door to an RV would open and out come four dogs! Many horse trailers (with RV sleeping quarters) one such trailer had four border collies (unleashed) running all over the Park. There was a range (feed) truck running all over the park at times. Some of the guests would have to use the dump station at the termination of their stay because the full hook-ups they had at their site consisted of a PVC sewer pipe that was higher than the pipe on their RV! Stay away from Dog Wood. They have many rules but NO ONE enforces anything! Our daily rate reflected a monthly stay. We won't be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park in need of updating in my opinion, but many folks there seemed to enjoy it. Most sites were very small and tight. Slides hang over neighbors patio slab. Sewer drain located in same patio?? Crowded due to Spring Break I assume. Fortunately we had an end of the row site and had a little extra breathing room. Not much privacy. Dog run, and walking area was one plus. Cable was fuzzy on several channels. Pool was still closed but is a nice size. Did I say that the sites were tiny? OK for an overnight stop. We'll try a different park next time we're in Fredricksburg, so we probably won't be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Okay campground for visiting Fredericksburg. Price reflects one day at Passport rate. Rather high for what you get. Sites are level but narrow, and the entrance is, also. Sites were not really long enough to leave tows attached. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Cable worked great We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great place. We stayed there for 3 nights during the central Texas Food and Wine Fest and found the place to be very well kept and the staff extremely nice and helpful. The location was just right, not in the middle of town but close enough that we could see Fredericksburg and enjoy the area without being in the car for long. The cable TV signal was weak at best but we're not big TV watchers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The entrance to the park is very narrow. There ia a large pool but it's not heated. Restrooms and showers are just more than basic but clean. The big advantage is the proximity to "downtown" Fredericksburg and the absence of noise. WiFi is not excellent but it works. We stayed here one night and paid the PA-rate. We would come here again if we intended to visit Fredericksburg. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed on a Monday with the Passport rate for a pull through. A well kept park with friendly office staff. You can hear road traffic as Texans like their trucks loud. It's a very nice park. Will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park. Very good WiFi and cable TV. Big pool and hot tub. Spaces are a little too close together but with no next door neighbors, that was not a problem. Be sure to go to the 8th stoplight south of main street before turning right, even though their website says 7 lights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The check in lady was very nice and helpful. However when using the Passport America discount you get the bargain basement spots. No shade, very close and cramped, your slideouts will be over the next camper's concrete slab with the picnic table on it. Sewer hookups are on the same slab as your neighbor's picnic table which is a little odd. Wi-Fi is very good. If this park has restrictions on sites with discount it should have been listed in the directory. Will not stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Was worried based upon everyone's comments about space; however, we stayed in space 5 for four nights and were very comfortable. Enjoyed the location, the facility, and the staff. Wireless hookup was very simple to use had no problems running two laptops (macbooks). Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a nice shady, back in site in the "forest". Has an excellent large pool, great WiFi. Was full for the Memorial Day weekend with a Crawfish Festival in town, but it was very quiet. Nice areas around edge of park for dog walks. No area to park the RV at check-in, except to block the road. Nice Texas Hill Country park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access to park and check in was easy. If you use GPS beware it doesn't have the correct location. I found the lady that checked us in was nice, no rules mentioned. The site was level and we had no trees or tight turns mentioned by others. The spots were a little short but not too close together. We could use our Dish, Verizon phone and air card here. Water pressure was good. People around to help you and answer any questions. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are close together, you should definitely pay for a premium site. Camped here for Spring Break, did not see many children and not many activities but we stayed busy in Fredericksburg. We did like that they had full hookups. Campground was clean but close to a road that had a lot of truck noise early in the mornings. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pull-through sites are so tight our tires rubbed on elevated concrete pads when trying to get into our site with a big rig. Staff was not friendly, in fact rude and the office was unprofessional with some offensive signs on the walls. Would not stay or recommend to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is ok. Stayed for a rally found the spaces very small with awning overhang of the neighbors sewer and utilites in some cases. The restrooms/showers are a bit primitive, but ok. Would I stay again? Perhaps. The ladies who run the park are a bit different and may have been dealing with RVer's for too long. I would prescribe a break or retirement. Lots of rules. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The $18 was a Passport America rate. Park very quiet, about 2 miles from town with easy access. The park is in great shape and staff super friendly and helpful. Each site has a small concrete pad with a picnic table and gravel is under the RV with level sites. Spaces are close together but adequate. Grounds are well kept and there is a dog walk area. We would absolutely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just got home from Oakwood. We had a nice time. The pool needed attention, didn't swim, due to the rain. We stay here when we are in the area. The spaces are tight. The rest rooms were very clean. Front loading washers, have to get use to them (less Water) Park was filling up for the weekend. We stayed Mon-Sat. and enjoyed the town. We use this as a base-camp and go site seeing and shopping. SEE ALL YOU CAN, while there we went to see LBJ Ranch... We totally enjoyed this. You will too. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed one night as a Passport member, could have stayed longer. Would highly recommend this park. Well kept, fairly quiet, good location, friendly staff. Will definitely return when in the area. Has a very large pool. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice, clean campground. Rigs rather close together. Good WiFi, cable and phone service. Washers and dryers rather small. Pot lucks and other activities. Would stay here for extended period. Many sights to see in local area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a good experience at this facility. The space we camped in had enough room but there are others very close together. The staff friendly and helpful. We would camp there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wasn't my first choice for staying in Fredericksburg. Older park with numerous narrow (read difficult access) pull through sites. If a fellow camper with more experience hadn't been there to help I'm not sure I could have gotten my 31 ft 5th wheel into the site. Between the raised concrete pad and the utility connections I only had about a foot on each side of the trailer after I was parked. This was after asking for a site with "easy" access. OK if other options are full but other campgrounds in the area have easier access. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites were a bit small so our slides were almost on top of the neighbour's patio area. Very friendly folks at the check in and helpful with making some tools accessible as we needed to try and do some repairs. The pool area is large and looks very clean. The dog walk area is in the middle of a field but there is also some trails around for walking. There are a fair number of sites with what appear to be full time residents but they are over in the treed area where the sites are not suitable for a larger motorhome. The pull throughs are all over in what seems to be the newer part and have a gravel sand base- nice and level but did end up getting tracked in. A nice park for a short stay- wouldn't want to be there for more than a couple of nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed at Oakwood twice now. I would recommend the park and would probably stay here again, but only if the other RV park in town (Fredericksburg RV is full). I hate to say that. Oakwood has a great pool and lots of space, but the sites are very close together. Honestly there are 3 parks in Fredericksburg, they are all pretty good and it's just personal preference. This is a decent park! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed one night on Passport America, and selected a site in the lower price range, but other larger sites were available. Sites were close together, but we weren't parked next to anyone so that didn't matter. Would be a closed in feeling if the park were full. The staff is great, we enjoyed our stay, and will stay at Oakwood again in the future if in the area. Felt we received a good site at a good price, but do wish they would honor Passport America for more than one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Agree with those who said small, close sites difficult to get into -- even with a 30-ft. fifth wheel. Rude, unfriendly office staff. Fredericksburg is a great city to visit, but there are other places to camp. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has two parts-one half is a heavily treed, park like area with winding roads that lead to shaded back-in spots. A few of these are a pretty tight fit between big shade trees but they are perfect for smaller rigs like mine. The other half is a wide open paved lot with rows of pull through spaces sprinkled with small spaced trees. The location is great, on the edge of town near the fairgrounds in a quiet area. The pool is big and well kept, a real treat during hot Texas afternoons. This is the place to stay if you are going to attend one of the many annual events at the Gillespie County Fairgrounds. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Sites were very tight. We have a 40 ft MH and with the slides out, we were nearly touching the picnic table in our patio area, as was the fifth wheel next to us touching it with his slide. We will probably not stay here again as we found the management in the office was surly and not very helpful. There are too many other places around where people are glad to see you come in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I camped there almost a year ago. Wish I had known about this site immediately after my experience. I agree with all of the negative comments that have been made at this site. An early morning call on the day of arrival to confirm our site indicated our reservations had not been handled correctly. Another call about two hours out confirmed that nothing had been done to correct the situation. Upon arrival we did have a site. The Workkampers were not friendly. Despite several requests, the cable never did work. It was included in the price and no adjustment was ever made. I would not return to Oakwood RV Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is in bad need of some work. The roads will become a muddy river when it rains. The sites are so close to each other that if you have a large slide it'll cover the patio next to you. They have increased the monthly rate for 50 amp service to $425 per month. This park would be acceptable only if WalMart is full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Attitude of the staff was very poor and surly. They quoted one price and then wanted to raise the price if we extended our stay. When the weather turned freezing, they would not extend us because they were booked up, nor would they give a refund so we could get out of there before the freezing rain hit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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We were here from June 2004 to April 2005 and we'll never stay here that long again. The park is okay for a one night stay but not for long stays. When it rains the roads turn into a muddy street. The owner refuses to spend any money to improve the park. The sites are close to each other and some of the larger slides go over the next patio slab. A lot of campers believe the owner is using the park as a tax write off. The name Oakwood RV Resort is totally misleading. There is nothing in the park that would make this a Resort. I just as soon as spend the night in a Wal Mart parking lot than stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park probably used to be just fine, but maintenance has been neglected for several years. The entry is quite impressive, but once in the gate, the shabbiness begins to be apparent. The sites and roads are gravel, which has not been replaced in years. It was a rainy day, and the roads were muddy in places. This park is rated with four diamonds by Woodall's, but apparently they haven't been there lately. I should have known something was wrong when I noticed that the brochure I got at the office had "no refunds" printed in several places. The sites were very narrow, with slides extending over the next site's picnic table. The pool was unuseable, the horeshoe pits were in disrepair, the "putting green", which was a piece of astro turf set up on a little mound, was embarrasing, and there was a fountain that had been disconnected and was in need of cleaning. The office person was neither friendly nor surly. The park was not awful, but was below expectations. Okay for an overnight, but far from being a destination resort. We stayed there in April of 2004. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This RV Park is located in the beautiful Hill Country of Texas. The town is a small German
town and everyone is very friendly. The weather in the winter is very mild. I would recommend this RV Park to everyone looking for a quiet place to
visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location near to many wineries and not to far from the main part of town. Overall I would say it was quite pricey for what you get. The sites are not very private and do not have any trees for shade. The kids enjoyed the tractor ride but overall not impressed for the cost. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The reason for a 5 is this park is totally overcharging, unless you have kids and don't mind paying for stuff like Boo Boo Bears BD Party for the kids to do. It should be $25 or less. Sites and roads are gravel. Area around the site has NO grass (weeds) and some stickers if you have pets. This rate was for a back-in site. Pull thru's are almost $10 higher!! Friendly counter people. Tourist trap "Ranger Station" they call their office. Laundromat was being used by the staff to wash sheets and linens from the cabins (they left one washer for us). We would not come back again at this price. Fredericksberg (which we came to see) is over 8 miles west of the park, so not handy if you want to eat out often. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a return trip for us prior to Christmas. Initially we really like this campground because they do have some really good amenities like nice clubhouse, pool tables, and bathhouse. There is a lot to do here. However my opinion changed this trip. This trip is was about the sites. It had rained, and lots of dew in the mornings made for sites that are muddy. For $75 bucks a night, I'd expect to at least have a paved pad and patio, and paved roads. The crushed granite just spread on the ground did not cut it for us, especially when you have dogs. That sure made a mess of our rig. Voltage was erratic, but maybe that was because it was also 25 degrees one night? It peaked at 132V at one point( knocked out our TV and haven't gotten the bill for that yet). We requested to use the hot tub one afternoon for the evening, but by the time it got hot enough to get in, they had already locked the gate. It's like they didn't want us to go use it. I'm sorry that the $300 bucks we spent there was an inconvenience. And to top it off, they charge an extra $10 per night for the "holiday rate". It wasn't like they were full or anything. My opinion now is that there are other places in the area just as good and for 1/2 the price. I doubt we will be back. Price / value was way off the mark this time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a relatively new campground; so, the shade trees and some of the landscaping have not yet matured. The guest lounge and and all public buildings were spotless. The games in the arcade were free during our visit - our kids loved that! The owners are very nice and went out of their way to make sure we were comfortable and properly set-up. The pool and hot tub were excellent, as well. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fairly nice campground. The space we stayed in was covered in stickers. Pool was nice. A little too far from Fredericksburg, not bad though. The drought seems to have taken its toll on the campground. Too pricey. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rate this park a 10/10. We stayed here for 5 nights. In order to cut down on the reading I will try to put this in Bullet formats: 1. Spaces long and wide. I have a 40 ft RV and an extended cab truck and both fit fine in the space provided. Spaces were gravel but relatively flat. 2. Dual sewer hookups. 3. 50 amp power which worked the entire time; my voltage in the trailer showed 117 constantly. 4. Wi-Fi was strong but sometimes slow, especially early mornings and late night when everyone jumped on it, but it was FREE and park wide. There were like 6 Wi-Fi sites you could choose from all over the campsite to get the best signal. 5. Kid Friendly. Seriously, this park is designed for kids of all ages. 6. Park is so new that half the sites don't have grass yet, but who cares, they were large and wide sites. 7. Showers and bathrooms were huge, clean, and very strong shower pressure. 8. Outdoor movies most nights. 9. Fire pits at each site. 10. New picnic tables at each site. 11. 20 Channel cable TV, everything you need (except no ESPN. aaagghhh).. 12. Fairly priced general store with most everything you need. 13. The owners were totally awesome. They were friendly and really took the time to try to find out exactly what your needs are. 14. Awesome game room with pool tables, ping pong, shuffle boards, air hockey, pinball machines, puzzles.. They have a giant conference center open 24/7 with great comfortable leather couches and chairs and fireplace and large screen TV. 15. All five of the Yogi Bear mascots. 16. Hayrides every day at 5. Went on one; totally cool to see the 30 acre campground from back of trailer. 17. They have this moon bounce type thing that is huge and totally fun; must be 30 yards long and 10 yards wide (but don't quote me); even at 50 years old and 200 pounds, I had a blast. Sure my knees were sore the next day, but went out there every day and bounced on it with the other kids and folks. 18. Large swimming pool and Jacuzzi. 19. Close enough to Fredericksburg to be convenient (5 miles); far away not to be in the center of traffic. 20. the staff was totally great . You could tell they all enjoyed working there. 21. Military Discount. Price was absolutely great if you take into consideration all the above. Being military (I am in the Army but work with the National Weather Service), I was given a 10% discount. 22. They have golf carts for rent if you are so inclined or physically require one to get around. 23. Park is super clean; great maintenance staff; trash being constantly being picked up. The only drawbacks I have are: 1. Folks travel down the main dirt road to the RV sites too fast and kick up a lot of dirt at your trailer if you are housed near the road. 2. The golf carts seem a little pricey, $60 bucks for two days, $40 for one, but they seem to have them all rented out so I guess it may just be me being cheap. 3. The Jacuzzi is moderate size and comfortable. I realize that this is a kids park, and that's great, but just when I got into the Jacuzzi and got settled a woman brought her two infant kids (2-4 years old) both in diapers into the Jacuzzi, and I just had to leave for obvious reasons (open diapers – warm water – and kids just don't combine well). Other than that – this was a great place and we will certainly be coming back again very soon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We called ahead to another park in the area to check on mid-week availability and were told it wouldn't be a problem. Turns out it was. Lucky for us, because this park is just great. The office was closed so we chose a back in-site with a nice stream visible in the distance. Ironically, the reason this park wasn't my first choice was because I couldn't find it on any of my GPS type devices, including my iPad. Though the office was closed, my wife made numerous calls to get directions. The wonderful young woman whom I believe to be the owner came out to greet us shortly after we arrived. To greet us, not to collect money. (She told us to wait until the next day at our convenience to pay for our 3 night stay. At that time she kindly applied a special pricing we didn't know about.) Good cable TV. Good size trees that are leafless this time of year, but shouldn't be a problem for satellite TV. Free Internet that the owner very much wants to trouble-free and was for us! Very spacious, beautiful sites. Directly across 290, is Grape Creek Vineyards. That does show up on my GPS devices. For us, the location between Fredericksburg and LBJ's historic area is perfect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park and we totally agree with the previous reviews. This park is under construction but it is still a wonderful place to stay. Wide and deep sites with tables and fire rings. Price was for a back-in site closest to the cottages. Easy hookups and lots of amenities. Having 2 sewer connections at each site is a nice touch, one in the middle and the other towards the end. The bathhouse is not finished yet, but we peeked inside and it's absolutely beautiful! We met the owners and they are great folks. We are looking forward to returning in the spring and watching the park "mature," which is why I only rated it a 9. It will be a 10 in the near future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I echo the previous review - finally a place to stay near Fredericksburg - We have been staying at Buckhorn when we visit Fredericksburg - but it is not very convenient. The other parks around here pack you in like sardines. This place is new and needs some time to mature- What we like the best is the sites are deep and wide - The roads and pads are crushed granite, in between the sites is supposed to be grass - needs to grow. We will come back this spring and summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new park. When we stayed here only 27 of the 54 sites were open. The sites are 90 plus feet, plenty of room for the larges rigs. Finally another place to stay in Fredericksburg, without having to use the KOA. Sites are level, cable is clear, lots of facilities for kids and adults alike. The pool is larger than the average RV park pool as is the hot tub. Pretty big park, still some construction going on. There are cabins/cottages as well. Really close to all the wineries, shopping, restaurants, etc. Site offer tables, fire pits, cable, water everything you need. Outdoor theater, large meeting rooms, exercise rooms, laundry and its all NEW! Store is also well stocked. Most Jellystones are designed for families, this one is too, however it's large enough for privacy as well. I look forward to coming back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.