8 Parks near Fredericksburg, Texas
May 2016 - $59.00
Hwy 290 is a busy road, so you get some day noise, but not enough to be bothersome. Night is quiet.
Attendants are very responsive to your needs. Sites are gravel, moderately level, and long. The further back sites have plenty of shade. We were in E01 with a shared paved patio, although our neighbors never came out. - dwade
Apr 2016 - $19.00
Best place to stay with your RV when visiting the Texas Hill Country. Very clean and well maintained park, with wonderful staff. The owners and the staff will go out of their way to make your stay pleasant. Good sized sites with plenty of room for awnings and slides. Power is clean and steady, water pressure is good, limited cable service and free wifi. Wifi is typical for an RV park, sometimes slow and designed to be able to check you emails and that's about all. Close to area attractions, very easy access to Fredericksburg and right on the "Hwy 290 Winery Trail". Our rate is based on a month long stay including our electricity fee. - Randy Rockwell
Jan 2016 - $44.00
We had a really nice site with good spacing to others. We asked for a receiver satellite friendly site. Many have trees. It is a few minutes to drive into Fredericksburg. There are two wine tasting rooms within a moderate walk and many more within a short drive. The park had a nice dog run. - barthur
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This may be one of the nicer parks we have stayed in. Very clean, great laundry, level, pull thru sites. All sites have shade trees. The hook ups are located in the correct spot. Ice machine (help yourself). No speed bumps, great cable TV with many channels, great location!
Only a couple of negatives! WIFI was poor (as most RV parks). Crushed gravel, it does get everywhere. - Joel Patterson
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This has always been our park of choice in Fredricksburg, but we are thinking we may change our minds. Park is very nice, immaculately groomed and cared for. Showers, bathrooms, laundry all excellent, as is the lending library. Sites are long and level and are crushed gravel. No pool, hot tub, or exercise facility. Trash not picked up; you have to carry it to the dumpster at the exit gate, which is not a big deal, until you get ready to pull out with your rig. Maintenance people all around to help out. The crushed gravel stuck to our shoes, and we were constantly tracking little rocks into the coach. Wi fi was poor; we were constantly being kicked off, and at times we could not even get our e mail. Cable was nonexistent for us, as we have older TVs with converter boxes, which are supposed to convert the digital signal to our analog, but it doesn't work that way. In a 3 week trip, staying at 4 other parks, we had trouble only at this park. We have encountered this in the past at KOAs; the parks want to blame the cable company. We saw the Time Warner office in town, so we drove over to it to ask what we could do; they told us that this was the plan the park selected, and we were stuck. I went to the laundry at night to see a favorite show, but the TV was high on the wall, and there was no remote anywhere in sight. That said, we still had a good time and were blessed to have a huge shade tree on the west side of our coach. - Seabreeze Texas
Feb 2016 - $45.00
We stayed two nights. Very little road noise. Mostly all pull thru sites, no need to unhook if you don't want to. Sites have picnic table with poured slab, small pea size red rock on pull thru area, roads are paved , not too dusty , lots of trees for shade at each site. Nice size clubhouse, shower Rooms, fenced dog area, easy walk to downtown (1 mile) , lots of unique shops, art shops ( lots of local artist display their talents), cafes, German restaurants, wineries nearby. Many southern Texans stay for winter months. Very friendly staff and friendly rv'ers. We have stayed in two other rv parks in this area and this one is our favourite. We'll be back again. - Live Life
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
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Friendly office person. Large property with lots of open space. Paved streets and folks drive too fat. Sites in upper row facing the airport are all pull through and pretty close together although we could deploy all four slides. About a 5 minute drive in to the town. Credit cards not accepted. Would stay here again. - helenhelen
Sep 2015 - $30.00
The city of Fredericksburg built this RV Park just west of the local airport. There are ball fields for children to play baseball and football, there's a golf course within walking distance from the park, there is a rentable community/meeting center available.
Centrally, located to numerous vineyards, this is a great vacation place. The city center is a short 10 minute drive from the park. You'll no want for things to do in Fredericksburg. - t0rtuga44
May 2015 - $30.00
Great RV park. Airport is quiet at night. Close to the golf course. Convenient to town. Nice walking trails. Pull thru spots facing airstrip reasonably level. Cable works well so didn't need to use the dome for satellite reception. Rates are good but bring cash or your check book. We'll stay here again. - John Clapper
May 2016 - $31.00
This is an excellent park to stay a night or a couple of weeks. It is well maintained, quiet and close to downtown Fredericksburg. Our military RV club held a rally here this past week. Everyone was very impressed with the park. They provided us with a great meeting room for our use the entire week. The entire staff was very nice, very polite and very helpful. Special thanks to a couple ladies for all they did for us that week. The park WiFi is one of the best I have found in my 4 years of traveling and it is Free.
The only cons are the sites were built years ago when coaches were much smaller. Our big rigs were a little cramped and the hedges between many sites made it difficult to gain access to our basement compartments, use our awnings or walk around the coach. The many trees, while providing shade, also block the use of your satellite TV however they have excellent cable TV. There is not much that can be done to fix either of these issues. Just FYI if you have a large coach: this is still a great campground to visit but you will be a little cramped. - Doug_C
Apr 2016 - $37.00
Stayed here as part of an RV rally group from Albuquerque, NM. The rally sites are a bit close together but okay since we were next to members of our group. The dog walking area is nice but quite a bit a +way from our site and my dogs were not able to hold their business long enough to get to the proper area. The rally meeting room was a nice but on the small side for our group. The bathroom/shower room was very nice and well-kept as was the laundry facility. Location is convenient but the car was needed to get to grocery, Wal-Mart, and downtown shopping areas. We enjoyed Wildseed Farms and driving country roads to see wildflowers growing on shoulders and in fields. - G and G from ABQ
Feb 2016 - $34.00
What a wonderful park for our RV Club's rally of 31 rigs of all sizes! Rally rate of $34/night included FHU, wi-fi and cable TV. Manager and staff went out of their way to support us, from providing firewood, free ice, and a spacious rally room. Clean restrooms and laundry. We used 31 gravel sites, all located near the groups activities. No park noise and quiet full-timers. Will definitely come next year! - texasgal54
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This campground is about 1-2 yrs old. The staff were helpful and friendly. The sites are big rig friendly, pull through or back-in for smaller rigs. The sites looked larger than other campgrounds in the area. Our site was level, gravel with a small concrete area with a small picnic table (fits 4). I agree with a previous reviewer that the concrete pad is not well placed as it is near your neighbors sewer. The park is dog friendly with a dog run, and family friendly with a small playground and pool (don't think the pool is heated) but should be ok in summer. There is a large indoor space for groups and a pavilion near the office area. There is no shade at all since the trees they have are too young at this time. One big worry is how the entrance to the park (west of town)is tricky especially if approaching the campground from town. It comes up on you quickly causing you to slow down. We have seen cars following behind almost run into the back of campers. At night the entrance is not well lit, so the owners put down lights along the road, but it looks like an optical illusion. So be careful at the entrance! Otherwise we were pleased with our stay here and would stay here again. - mohocamper
Mar 2016 - $55.00
Nice new park with ample space for big rigs. Digital TV channels was a nice touch. LOVE the dog park and ample green space in the middle of the park to walk the dogs. Some of the sites are not level, so be prepared to adjust your rig to raise the left side slightly or ask for a more level site. Sites are crushed granite. This is the best RV park in Fredericksburg. - Gone to the Dog Show
Mar 2016 - $45.00
We felt that the park wasn't designed by an RVer. To begin with water and a/c is in the back but then the sewer connection isn't. The quirkiest addition to the site is the concrete pad for the table. It's positioned right next to your neighbor's sewer connection and nowhere near your own door. It's in the back of the RV and virtually unusable. There is a nice grassy space between your site and the neighbor but rules forbid you to put anything on the grass so not usable. Thus, you really have no patio and just a small walkway to the front or back of your rig. Unless you park far to the left on the drive-thru, you really don't have much of a patio. Your chairs have to hug your RV. If they would cut back on the grass by the front of each site, it would allow the RVs a patio use area and the site would be usable, nicer and larger.
There is a fee for checking in before 2:00. There is a pool but no hot tub. I'm not sure the pool is heated because we heard others commenting on how cold the water was. Didn't use laundry but did check out the area. It was nice but parking on a hill and limited to 15 minutes -- must be fast machines?
Any visitor you have must check in to the office first and pay a day use fee to visit you. Most sites are level but some of those on the slant tend to not be so level. We had trouble levelling and noticed others were on small blocks on one side too. The Wifi was pretty good most of the time.
We felt the park was overpriced at $45 a night for what you get but it is Fredericksburg. Online rate reflects a 10% discount but can't imagine that otherwise this place would be $50 a night. That's higher than other parks around here but this one does lack a usable patio area -- an important feature. - Wanderin
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 2015 - $58.00
Beautiful and tranquil setting. Perfectly situated in wine country with a short drive to Fredericksburg. The park was super clean with tons of amenities. Very friendly staff. Looking forward to our next visit. - JohnandLisa