14 Parks near Concan, Texas
Feb 2016 - $29.00
I stayed for one night in a long gravel pull through that required little leveling. Restrooms were private rooms that were beautifully finished. People were very friendly. Overall ambiance was pleasant with lots of large shade trees. Noise from the highway was inconsequential at night. WiFi worked very well. There was no Verizon signal. - Morpauwe
Aug 2013 - $35.00
Overall a nice park. It is close to many attractions in the area and access in and out was a breeze. There are a few pull-through spots and back-in spots around the perimeter. Spots are moderately spaced, level and roads were dirt and rock but level and smooth. Wildlife was abundant as we saw deer, armadillo, jack rabbits and several birds. Water, electricity and sewer hookups all good. Cable was available. There is a kids play area and a few cabins to rent. Overall this is a nice place with a small store at the entrance. Verizon was weak, AT&T strong and they had great internet access. Pet friendly except for the burrs in the fields. We would come here again. - BBBT
Jan 2012 - $15.00
Bec's Store and RV Park is in a lovely area in the scenic hill country about 6 miles north of Concan, TX. Bec's is only a couple miles from Garner State Park and access to the Frio River. The campground is well shaded by beautiful oak and pecan trees and the sites are very large, well groomed and level. The managers were extremely friendly and made us feel very welcome. We would stay here again. - kavernon
Jul 2007 - $35.00
It is mostly cabins here but they have 5 sites that accommodate up to 28 foot and 4 newer sites for 40 footers.The 4 larger sites are separated by trees and the other sites are side by side but also have trees. Its nothing fancy but the river is beautiful and just down the hill from the sites. They have a store for most anything you may have forgotten, plus a gameroom. They also rent inner-tubes and have nightly hayrides in the summer months. Family owned and family oriented. - vetrncwby
Apr 2016 - $38.00
We are repeat visitors. Many riverside sites have utilities for nose-in motor homes on opposite side for trailers so if in trailer, need to run lines underneath to connect. Not a problem for us. Sewer connection on both sides; however. Very nice on-site store for limited food, RV repair parts. I had problem with utilities - my fault, but park service man was there in minutes to help. Good service, beautiful location, friendly folks! - Cactus Jack
May 2015 - $40.00
Very nice RV park along Rio Frio. A little bit noisy across on Garner State Park on weekend, but not the park's fault. Lots of shady sites, very wide driveways, clean bathrooms/showers, stacked convenience store. Definetely would stay there again. - rtrevinoh
Feb 2015 - $36.00
Very nice rv park on the Frio River in Concan. Across from Garner State Park.
Friendly check in. Camp store is huge and stocked with just about anything you could think of needing. Adjacent to the office is a large facility for rallies.
Wifi is for a daily fee. It's a bit clunky and if you forget your password you have to pay again to get another one. This did not happen to us but I witnessed another camper have this experience in the office. Coverage isn't great.
Restrooms, shower and laundry are all very clean and well kept.
We had a long pull through site with a fire pit & picnic table.
We were there in February so did not get in the river but enjoyed fishing. They stocked the river with trout the weekend we were there!
This rv park caters to snowbirds. They all seemed to have bonded and got together every night in certain area for a happy hour. We did not get the feeling that weekenders were welcome at this get together.
On our second night, I woke up in the morning and found a bag of dog poop had been placed outside our door. I am not sure what that was about. At least it wasn't on fire! LOL! We do not have a dog either.
We're pretty quiet and very neat and organized so not sure what we did to offend the snowbirds! Oh well, we would still return in the summer to enjoy the Frio. - jvkATX
Mar 2012 - $35.00
Great small park atmosphere. We toured all the area parks and this is by far the best. With the best river access. Only reason we did not give a 10 is that they do not have a laundry room. But there is 2 within 5 miles. - mln6613
Mar 2012 - $35.00
Not really that high for this area. Very pretty park and is fairly tight, however, the sites are full hookup, level and free Wi-Fi. Short walk down to the Frio River and they have some beautiful riverfront area. If you have friends that need a cabin, they have some of the best looking ones in the canyon. The back ins are probably wider than the pull throughs. - tbax46
Jul 2011 - $35.00
Very close to the Frio River; you can walk down to it. Has ice, firewood, and tube rental on site. Has free wi-fi. Very nice management. Cabins are super nice; we had friends in one of them. It is a dirt campground, not paved, that's the only thing I didn't like, hence my 9 rating. Expect to get dirty. - SmileyInFrswd
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here for two nights in April. The RV park section is at the front of the park which had a driveway going through the campground (which meant all traffic going to the back of the complex drove through the RV section). Kind of noisy at night with vehicles driving in and out of the complex. Wifi worked while we were there. We did rent the Directv box while we were there since over the air channels are not available. This a remote area so bring all the supplies you need. Nearest gas station was about 10 minutes away. The park hosts were very friendly.
Also, the sites are back in sites, but the owners let you drive through the field behind the site so you can pull thru. The site did have a BBQ pit which we did not use. We camped in a Class C motor home. - Gtown
Jun 2011 - $40.00
We love Seven Bluffs. We have been camping here for years! The river access is easy and the area is safe for children to run and play. The management is fantastic and the staff is always willing to assist campers in anyway. Some of the sites are tight to get into, but there is plenty of room to run and play. Moreover, most of our time is spent at the river's edge! I highly recommend this campground! - jcOwen
Apr 2009 - $26.00
This is a wonderful, well kept up destination RV Park. We come here for the excellent spring birding and are the only campers here now. The Frio River is adjacent to the property and summer is their main season. They also have several cabins for non campers. We have stayed here before and will hopefully come again - SunnyTravelers
May 2016 - $22.00
Garner State Park is celebrating it's 75th anniversary, it opened on June 1, 1941. It is the largest Texas State Park. The main attraction in the crystal clear Frio River that offers great tubing and swimming. The park has many great hiking trails. Much of the park was constructed by the CCC. The Pavillion has dances every weekend year long and everyday during the summer. The park is a historic Texas treasure. RV and tent sites available by reservation. When reserving online choose New Garner water/electric not New Garner 50A/water. That way you get in Live Oak Loop with 50A electric. If you choose New Garner 50A you will get Rio Frio Loop with less desirable sites, further from the river, for $3 more per night. We camped in New Garner Live Oak Loop site 336. - drfife
Jan 2016 - $25.00
Beautiful isolated setting in the far west hill country. We camped in the Frio Campsite, sites are large, level, and spacious, great views, a 1 mile hike or drive to the more populated sections of the park. Only ATT cell and data service, no over the air television, but a fabulous getaway if you don't need amenities! Texas most visited state park, probably very crowded in the summer. - sam and hope
Sep 2015 - $26.00
We stayed in the Live Oak campground because of the easy access to the Frio River. I did not use the restrooms, but friends did and they stated the restrooms were always in need of attention. Several of the trails down to the river were littered with trash. Site 358 was very unlevel. In addition, the trees along some of the roads need to be trimmed so the branches do not scrap the sides of your trailer. It's as though this State Park is so loved and used that it is taking a toll on the park and the state is behind on maintaining the park. This is a great park for hiking, kayaking, swimming, and birding. - MelindaK
Jun 2012 - $42.00
This campground did have hookups and was near the river. These were the only good things about the campground. Sites were very dirty with sticker weeds all over the campground. We will never stay there again. - User2731
May 2011 - $38.00
We repeated a trip to Nana's this past May. The owners continue to provide updates to the park, and have become friends during our stays. We had a group of friends join us this year (four other units), and all had a great time at the river and going to the Garner Dance at night. Everyone with us booked another trip before departure. Repeat business is the best compliment. The bathrooms remain very clean, as do the grounds. - BryanBoerne
Sep 2010 - $38.00
This was our fourth trip to Nana's, twice in the summer of '09 and twice in the summer of '10. It's a new park (2009), and the owners continue to make noticeable improvements each time we visit. The sites are all fairly level, and when not, we have always been able to level with one board. The restrooms are impeccably clean and the owners remain on-site and make a visible presence. It's a hike down to the river, (all of 2 to 4 minutes), but the trail is asphalted with handrails, and the owner has a 'mule' and will haul your stuff down when he's available. Per our kids..."Who needs a pool when you have the Frio River!!!" They easily entertain themselves for hours on end with the rope swings, minnow catching, critter finding, etc. And sitting in the Frio for us older 'kids' is enjoyment enough. Garner State Park is a short five minute drive away (or the kids walk across the dam), and the nightly dances during the summer are a must for any age. When pulling out, we always book our next stay, as the park is becoming ever more full during each of our visits. It's rapidly being discovered by others. - BryanBoerne
May 2016 - $26.00
A relaxing park-like setting with large live oak trees, grassy common area and level spaces. Check-in was with a super administrator (a credit to the park). Some pull-thrus were even long enough that we had one to accommodate our 40-footer plus 'toad'. Difficult to get satellite coverage, but cable and wifi services provided. - SeenAll50
Feb 2016 - $26.00
Great little park on the main hwy in town. Some road noise, but not a big deal. Sfaff was very helpful and friendly and facilities were clean. Lots and lots of trees!! Our pull thru was long and level with plenty of room between sites. All hook-ups workes well. We didn't use wifi or cable, but others say they work well. Roads are some what narrow and can be a challenge, but we managed with a 44' TH. Great place to stay. - Stevie Ray
Mar 2015 - $26.00
Nice quiet little park, many seasonals, everybody friendly.
Excellent showers. Good WiFi and cable.
Across the street from restaurants.
A solid recommendation for Texas hospitality. - 1yrfulltime
Jun 2011 - $30.00
The current drought now going on four years in southwest Texas has not been kind to this park. If you look at the park's web site you can see the many amenities and activities the were available, unfortunately most are now not offered or in a state of disrepair. The main attraction the Nueces river is way down, in fact you have to walk another 30 yards from the dry boat dock to get to the river. We stayed two nights in 110 degree heat with intermittent blowing dust over the dead parched prairie that at one time I think was green grass, at least according to the pictures on the website. The park is mostly 30 amp service but does have about a dozen 50 amp pull throughs. There were very few RVs in the park when we were there, so the park makes up for lost revenue by offering "day use" which makes the remaining river very crowded. We will not return until the drought has been broken for a couple of years. I hope they can survive that long. - chowhound