3 Parks near Gonzales, Texas
Mar 2015 - $25.00
Nice enough place. Small, secluded, very quiet. Mostly long term but they keep a couple pull-thrus available for those passing through. Very nice folks. I wasn't that impressed with the WiFi. It's certainly above RV park average but not the best I've had either: 2-5mb on speedtest. - fulltimer121
Apr 2014 - $28.00
This park is not a destination, but it is a very good place for a night or two. The sites were well kept and neat,the electric and water pressure were low but useable. Very good wi-fi ,tv reception and cell phone (verizon) .The RR and Shower were old and needed a good cleaning,didn't use them. The laundry was OK,$1.00 / machine. Management was great, very nice, but there were no discounts PERIOD. Easy to get to and leave and we will be back in our 5th wheel. - bub
Dec 2012 - $28.00
This is a very basic campground but the gravel pads are level and it is quiet (there are lots of trees around). The Wi-Fi is the best we have had since we left home at the beginning of November. The couple that own the park are very friendly. This was a one-night stop over for us and we could come here again. - dbfay
Apr 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful campground! Good spacing between the campsites. Large high pecan tree canopy that provides good shade. One downside is that because these are such large/older pecan trees there is a lot of limbs breaking and falling. We were lucky and none fell on our RV. The staff at the campground was out daily cleaning and picking up broken limbs. When we were there the lake was drained since one of the dam gates had broken a few weeks earlier. They are in the process of fixing the gate. We had already been informed by the staff about the lake issue in advance. We were thankful for that information since we had planned to bring a boat. We plan on staying here again when we are in the area. We camped in a 50 amp spot in a 36 ft. motorhome. - Texas Traveler
Jan 2016 - $24.00
A great park! Lake Wood is a hydroelectric lake owned and operated by the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority. The back-in RV sites were roomy with lots of trees, grass and natural beauty. We had a full hookup site. The bathrooms and showers were clean but were a little old and outdated. The park host was friendly and helpful. There was fishing for those who like that sort of thing. They have a store that my husband was impressed with because of the amount of RV hardware they had available. We will stay there again when we are in the area. - whiteknights
Sep 2015 - $28.00
The slots with full hook ups are in a Pecan Grove. It has a park like setting. The lake is just yards away, but a levy prevents you from having a lake view slot. The website says 50amp only available on one area near the water with no sewer hook up. However, there are more 50 amp slots with full hook ups.
Great RV park. Can't go wrong for $28 ($32 for 50 amp). Quiet and we saw no permanent residents. Mostly empty. A plus is checkout is 5 p.m. Monday thru Thursday!
Front office was fine and the people there were great. They were extremely helpful. Fishing very close.
Lots of room around the pads.
Sites are gravel but level. Electric and water hookups are in the back so you might need an extension cord/hose. We didn't. - clayburn9
Mar 2016 - $18.00
First Time at Palmetto State Park. This is a pretty Small State Park with one main loop for RV's. We stayed space 19 and parked front in because of a better view. Spaces are not too tight and facilities were very clean. There is a great view of the San Marcos River less than 100 yards away and very nice hiking trails through the park. Will definitely stay here again. - Davishouse2
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Beautiful sites, spaced well apart. All sites had a grill and most were a smoker grill. Every site had water, electric, fire rings, picnic tables on a concrete pad and lantern hooks. The trails are well graded with gravel and have large signs posted WATCH FOR SNAKES. We watched carefully and did not see any. The landscape is beautiful with pools of water, palmettos, and cypress. Note: there is a separate tent only campground and a trailer/motorbike campground on opposite sides of the San Maros River. Watch the signs for trailer and the site number before turning as it is difficult to turn around in the tent campground. - NanciRV
Oct 2014 - $15.00
Attractive park with several nice trails. Wooded sites. It was rainy and cold while I was there so I didn't explore as much as I would have liked. Very few campers. - mockturtle