3 Parks near Boerne, Texas
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Unless you've been here for a long time expect to be belittled and adhered to different rules. There were fleas all over the playground, a guy driving a big rig drinking beer, and the campground is dark and unsafe.
This place is not pet or family friendly. Definitely don't stay here if you have a child with special needs. If you break a minor rule while attending to that child, they tell you they don't care why the rule was broken.
They pick and choose what rules are ok to break. They have signs saying it is against the rules to have glass bottles in the pool area. A guy with 2 kids was drinking liquor out of the bottle poolside, the office personnel walked right past and nothing was said.
The office was rude and condescending. If you have a minor complaint, they don't have conflict resolution skills to work out a solution. They won't work it out. We were always wrong. They are also judgmental and will tell you how to parent your child.
The interstate noise is loud. You can hear the sirens pretty loudly from outside.
The playground was ok except the amount of fleas. Don't expect to come away free of flea bites.
They have cats that run wild around the park as well. But you will get in trouble if your animal barks at them. If you mention the cats, they give you an excuse. They have a no cat outside policy except when it benefits them.
Excercise equipment? I saw 2 pieces on a side wall near the entrance. I'd rather not workout by the front door, thanks.
The site was unlevel and difficult to level the trailer. The site had really bad fire ants as well and weeds were everywhere.
Their WiFi is extremely slow and some sites are blocked like the Apple Store.
There is too much traffic to let your children play outside and with drivers being aloud to drink and drive on site, not family friendly.
I found this place to be hypocritical, not family friendly, and unprofessional. - FamilyOfCampers05
Jun 2015 - $36.00
This is an older campground on I-10, traffic noise is high. the streets are narrow and rough. The power is on the low voltage side. The park is close to town and shopping. Unless you are going to sightsee, it is not a destination park. - edbtx1
Apr 2015 - $34.00
Proximity to the interstate makes this park a fairly easy stopover. Interior roads are gravel, sites are mostly weedy gravel separated by lush grass and some mature trees, spacing is close but angled pull-throughs make maneuvering very manageable. Basic utilities worked well. AT&T phone and data service were good in the area. WiFi was a little slow; adequate except for administrator blocked sites (crossword puzzles not allowed). The pool, office and clubhouse areas were clean and neat but mid-afternoon office closing on the weekend also closes the clubhouse. The rate includes an Escapees discount. - never settled
Jan 2014 - $27.00
Internal roads are gravel and kind of rough, watch for low hanging branches on the roads to the campground, sites don't look very level but are level and are spacious, facilities worked well, site was satellite friendly. Staff were friendly, park WiFi worked well,T-Mobile cell service was good. The park was quiet. Rate is Good Sam. The Cavern tour is really worth taking. We would stay here again. - KDSpree
Sep 2013 - $30.00
This campground was beautiful. The nature trails and surrounding wooded area where well-maintained and taking care of. The employees were well mannered, knowledgeable, and very welcoming. I love the old buildings in the gift shop was full of fun souvenirs. I was completely blown away by how clean the bathrooms were. It look like they were in the middle of making even more improvements to this campground during our stay. I would definitely recommend Cascade Caverns because they've got the cave, camping, and the nature trails. - HippieRover1
Sep 2013 - $30.00
Absolutely beautiful. The camp ground was full of trees and wildlife. We sat in our lawn chairs and watched several deer just out walking around; breathtaking. The restroom's/showers were clean and very modern. Staff was courteous and very helpful to recommending local restaurants and other local attractions. Also, make sure you take the tour of the cave right there onsite. It is amazingly beautiful down there. We will definitely return next time we're in Texas. - Retired and Ready
Aug 2015 - $33.00
Sites were extremely unlevel. Park was old but maintained. Water pump went out one afternoon and we were without water for several hours until a pumper could bring water in to the park. Caters mostly to permanent residents, but nicest area reserved for stays of two days or less. Would be ok for a 1 night stop, but wouldn't recommend a 2 week stay like we did. - CWinLV
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Park is located off of I-10 so has a combination of those staying for a couple of nights (quick stay) to those staying longer. They do take passport america for two nights.
Nice pull through sites at the top of the hill and when you check in, they take you to your site. Sites on the way up the hill (which we stayed a couple nights) were not as nice as those on the top. You do hear some highway noise, but not too bad.
Good location for checking out some of the Hill Country. - TheRestlessYoungs
Jul 2015 - $30.00
I agree with "Sally" about the laughable Premium sites. I thought ours was worse than most others - no shade, gravel, back-in instead of pull-through, and about 3 feet from our neighbors. It was OK for us since we spent most of our time away from the RV park and didn't use any of their amenities. The entire area was covered in sticker-burrs so watch out if you have a dog. Wi-Fi was non-existent and we were told by a nearby permanent resident that they advertise it but it had never worked in the many months he had lived there. Part of the low rating is because of the rude lady in the office, so others may have a different experience. We will never go back. - retired rover