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
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 The bathrooms and showers were clean but were a little old and outdated.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
Jun 2011 - $30.00
A surprising little park. We chose this park because we knew the state and city parks in the area would be full due to the TX State Jr Hi Rodeo finals going on. The entrance/office is plain, but when you enter the campground you are under huge pecan trees with green lush grass growing down to the river. About half the sites were occupied by permanent residents (the new oil boom in this part of Texas). The only way to get satellite service is to run about 100 yards of cable to get out from under the tree's canopy. - User2053
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
Jun 2014 - $18.00
Arrived well after dark, and the road from Luling to the park is a dark, narrow road. But, we had scoped the park earlier in the teip, and knew where we were going. Sites are asphalt paved and easy to back in to. Level, although we saw one site on a significant slope. Perfect utilities. Camp host registered us with no hassle. Beautiful tropical forest setting. Had to leave early because of an emergency. Will return again one day to see the CCC structures and hike the wide, beautiful woodland trails. - The Happy Traveler
May 2014 - $18.00
This is a very nice, green, and shady park! It offers camping, picnicking, hiking, biking, swimming, fishing, playgrounds, and boating. For boating, you can launch your own, or rent one from the park store, which offers canoes, kayaks, and pedal boats for use on the lake. The store also rents inner tubes for floating on the San Marcos River, which runs through the park. The park has many trails available for hikers and bikers. It also has structures that were built in the 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and an informative and scenic interpretive trail. There are a wide range of accommodations ranging from tent sites with water only, RV sites with water and electric, 1 full hookup RV site, and 1 mini-cabin. Some sites are very level, while others have a slope. Water and electric supplies are good. On the technology side, we received a few over-the-air TV stations, from Austin and San Antonio, but they were weak. Also got weak 3G cell phone service from Verizon. The park was quiet and peaceful, even on a holiday weekend, and it's sites are very shady to help keep you cool. - BrentB