17 Parks near Fredericksburg, Texas
Feb 2017 - $40.00
2 nights, 17' Casita trailer - RVs are parked butt to butt, with little space between (unless you're in a big motorhome and pay for a double site). Felt like was probably saying "good night" to the neighbors as well as my partner. There was a very loud party in a trailer several units away. Unrelenting mechanical bass from their music went on well past 11:00 PM. Though Fredericksburg and the Hill Country are delightful, we were glad to leave. - Mango
Jan 2017 - $36.00
nice open area within a very nice park. Has swimming pool, golf, hiking, airport. Some site set up a little strange with campers back to back, utilities on wrong side for one camper and sewage dump on the other. We had a 34 foot rig and were allowed two spaces due to availability. Wifi slow and sporatic. Sites very large compared to commericial campgrounds. Interior roads easy to navigate. - susy1313
Nov 2016 - $36.00
Old city RV park but in good condition. Roomy pull through's but trees can be a problem. - Charlie_72704
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We paid for a premium site with grass for our little dog to enjoy lounging on. Unfortunately the grass was very sparse and loaded with thistles. It was not what I expected at all. The site had no shade, the concrete table was at the end of the patio where we couldn't shade it with our awning, and it was immovable--so we never used it. The shaded sites were close together and very short, however, so that may have been a problem for us. I also chose this resort because it had a huge pool. We swam one day and had the pool all to ourselves. That's probably because the water was freezing! But we did enjoy the hot tub afterwards. I asked in the office about recycling and was met with a blank look and the comment that we could always take it home with us. Since we were at the start of a three week trip I really did not want to do that. I googled recycling myself and found the local, very convenient, drive-through recycling facility nearby. Site was level and clean. - Diane A
Oct 2016 - $50.00
As many others have reported the sites here are way too close. We opted for a premium site, site "D" and even this site did not adequately fit our 40' motorhome. The depth was ok, but our drivers side slide was completely over the neighbors patio. On the passenger side slide we had to move the motorhome forward (sacrificing parking area) so that we could even open our outside TV compartment. By the time our passenger side slides were out and with our neighbors slide out we could not sit comfortably on the remaining patio. Even getting to the back of the coach was difficult because there was a shrub in the way. Whoever decided to use shrubs in lieu of trees has never really camped in an RV park. And speaking of trees, there were none, there are plenty in what I would assume the older part, but the section we stayed in had very few. At our neighbor's location, the sewer line was coming up in the middle of the slab.
Our traveling companions had one of the premium pull through sites and it was way worse than ours. The crew has to spend an inordinate amount of time helping folks park because a few inches to the right or the left makes a huge difference.
We will not be staying here again. - dld3217
Jul 2016 - $45.00
I made reservations on line. When we got there and went to our site, it was not good. We called the front office and ask them about the site in front of our site. They said they would have to charge us another five dollars for each night. I ask why and they said that site had a bench. Really? Nice pool, but the dog walk was too far. Would I stay there next time.? No. - Erby
Jan 2017 - $40.00
It is a new park and it is very nice. I agree with others that the pads were placed wrong but that is the only negative to this park. Great electric, great wifi, and great cable. Nice grass between sites. Glad you're not allowed to put a mat over it and kill it off for the next person. Hope they continue to enforce this. In time the trees will grow and folks will appreciate the space between sites. No rain while here but looks like they are working to improve drainage. We have checked out other parks in immediate area and will deffinately be back to this one. - wbm49
Nov 2016 - $40.00
We were very impressed with this park upon arriving. The lady in the office seemed nice. The sites are gravel as are the roads. Each site has FHU, grass with a very small picnic table which looks like only 2 adults could use it if it were in the right place. They have the patio placed at the rear passenger side of the RV. The rules are lengthy so make sure you drive ONLY 10 mph. The lady jumped all over us cause we were doing 11 MPH and called us Speed Racer which we thought was uncalled for. We were told this park is only 14 months old so everything is practically brand new. Upon arriving at 1:45 (check-in is at 2) we were told since we arrived during their grace period she would not charge us the early arrival charge. I might add that their were many vacant sites so I don't know what the problem would of been. Make sure you DO NOT arrive before 2 as there will be a charge. I think the nightly rate is a little high but it is a tourist area and I guess they can charge whatever they want. - kathiecarlson
Oct 2016 - $50.00
Very clean large sites. Open area for whole park as it is new. No large trees but a very nice layout. - Troyerman
Oct 2016 - $66.00
Nothing here worth such a high cost. Pool area nice but in mid October too cool to use. Hot tub didn't work. Weak WiFi. Only 30% of park is constructed and open as of our stay. Nearest restroom and shower a 3-4 minute walk. No shade on hot side of RV. Nice dog park but clear on other side of park. Nothing special about this park. Would not stay here again. - Satisfying Retirement
Feb 2016 - $35.00
Electric & Sewer good, Water @ 50psi. Wi-Fi was ok but not real strong. AT&T Cell Phone signal was weak but usable. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card was very good. Cable is available. Sites are good and mainly level with plenty of room between. Roads and sites are mainly dirt with light pea gravel. Restrooms very good. Clean and in good condition. Laundry was a bit cramped but I didn't use it. Few long term tenants. DirecTV Satellite worked well. Nothing to block the access even with the few trees. Payment was made with credit card. The management was nice and friendly. Dumpsters were sometimes hard to get to. Roads were dusty when entering and leaving. I would stay here again when in the area. - TXBobcat
Feb 2016 - $38.00
This was our first stay here. We stayed here as this is where our event (2016 Texas Sweetheart Rally) was being held.
We stayed in site 34 which is a buddy site and it was great! All the sites were 25 to 30 feet in width. All sites were nice and deep (60 to 75 feet or so).
We used their Mocking Bird Hall for our event. The room worked well for us, albeit a but loud (need more sound baffling). We used the kitchen in the hall and it was great and real handy for us.
The restrooms between halls was modern and very clean.
I never went into it, but I was told the bath house was very nice.
I got to go into a cabin/cottage as a friend was checking one out for a possible stay. The units were very spacious, well stocked with everything you'd need except food and clothing. They were very clean as well. I bit $$ at $160 to $180 per night or so, but divided by the number of people they can sleep - not bad I guess.
The office has a very large and very well stocked camp store and the staff was very friendly and very accommodating to our group.
While this CG is 10 miles east of Fredericksburg, it was no big deal at all to go into town. We'd stay here again! - jbeletti
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We loved this RV park. It was very well maintained and operated. Staff were helpful and friendly. Lots of trees. They ARE strict about keeping pets on a leash and picking up after them. Personally I appreciate that. It's also a very quiet park. It's so peaceful that instead of staying four nights, we stayed a week. We will definitely go back! - di0215
Oct 2016 - $37.00
My wife and I decided to travel to Fredericksburg for a 4 day trip. We must say, the park was excellent, as were the owners. They made us feel at home. We really was surprised at the overall customer service being so great. We would definitely stay here again, and SOON!! Love this park. - TXRVKing2013
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Over the last four years I have stayed at between 35 and 40 KOA's, usually for the ease of location. Some Good, Some Bad, most just Average and then on occasion I find a very good one. Fredricksburg is one of them. The staff here is the best I have ever had at a KOA. The park is very clean. The road and site are rock but they have been are very good. The sites are a little tight and you take your time on a couple of turns but I have a 40 foot and I tow and have no problem. The large KOA sign was knocked down in a wind storm and they are in process of replacing so I suggest you call first as my GPS did not take their address and I had to find a place to turn around.
I go through this town and will now make this my place. It is about six miles out of town so you need a car or there is good cab service. - kegmaster
Jan 2017 - $40.00
campground very neat, clean. Pulled in after office hours and clear instructions on sites available. Wifi decent. Site gravel and fairly level, paved interior roads. Even in January was unable to stay for the amount of time we wanted so had to relocate to a different CG. Lots of long term guests. - jeeper13
Jan 2017 - $42.00
Gravel drives and parking spots. Trees throughout the park, but not so many to be an issue regarding navigation to enter/exit or setup. Good power and water with no connection issues. You can keep your toad attached and not extend into the driveway. The office left after hours check in at the office doorway with instruction for the assigned parking space. Office staff was accommodating and no issues were notable. Not a resort, but convenience of location to the Fredericksburg downtown area. - wolffden
Nov 2016 - $42.00
This is a great park: quiet and roomy. The pads are gravel, mostly level (one block on drivers side), with small trees: mostly sunny. No amenities such as pool or playground if you're looking for that. Just 1.5 miles from downtown, so very close and convenient. Easy to navigate, all pull-throughs except the overflow sites. Dog run in back. Restrooms were very nice: basically 5 or 6 individual rooms that had shower, toilet, sink (just like home) and very clean. Laundry was very big, clean, and all units worked. Recreation room also. Several long-term residents and Winter Texans, but all sites were very well maintained and pretty. Staff was courteous and helpful. There were not a lot of families and children. Digital cable channels, wifi good. Verizon cell service was solid. - Quartermoon
Apr 2016 - $30.00
A little dumpy. A guy in the site next to us was running a lawn mower business. Noisy during the day. Another warned me twice about my harmless boxer dog. Possible pooper, must be picked up after. No dog run. Stayed 1 night. - zzzya
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Starting to show it's age, lots of jerry-rigged repairs. New cable TV system did not work. Bathrooms really showing their age and use. Most sites are seasonal or full time. Gravel, pull thru, level. Good laundry. Some trees but not in the far end of park. Better than dry camping. - Camden12
Apr 2013 - $25.00
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. - leorah
Jan 2017 - $36.00
A very nice experience for us. We are new to RVing and all the folks here made us feel welcome (there are many long time regulars). Nice & quiet, clean shower (only one -but it was always available when we needed it), nice clubhouse.
Great location as Stonewall is centrally located to all the sights (LBJ ranch, wineries, Luckenback, Johnson City, Fredricksburg). - Lynn and Linda
Oct 2016 - $36.00
A no frills park; located between Johnson City and Fredericksburg. A nice park with adequate shade. - oldbluejay
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This is a park we have watched since they started scraping ground. We finally decided to try it. A no frills RV park with large sites and adequate shade. Utilities were good and OTA TV provided national networks for news and weather. Centrally located for the many winerys as well as the LBJ Ranch State and national park. Sites varied in size from adequate to very large. Plenty of room for 5er and truck with some space leftover. - elvato
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Super nice facility and very helpful staff. Park is spotless, and WiFi excellent. Good over-the-air tv reception, and a Love's Truck Center is a very short distance away. Close to interstate - easy on and off - but no road noise at all in the park. Would happily stay here again - highly recommended. - ziaptrn
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This RV park is old therefore the roads and sites are very narrow and it is not intended for big rigs. We strongly would suggest that big motorhomes search for another park to stay overnight. We pulled in around 5 pm, there was no staff on site, friendly staff on the phone but we had to drop our cash through a drop box in the door and find a spot to park ourselves. We had unhook our tow because the roads and sites are very narrow. There are curbs on each side of the sites which makes it difficult to pull in to park. We had to unhook our tow in order to get into our site. The park appears perfect for Class Cs and smaller trailers, but not a good place for Class As and 45 footers. We will not stay here again. - travelingpeople
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Maintenance and cleanliness by the current staff was exceptional. residents and transients were friendly alike. Access to the park easy off I -10. Utilities good. Short term stay pull throughs close together, backins roomier. If a back in is available, consider it. Highway noise and burrs were not a problem for us. - SDCampowneroperator