18 Parks near Ingram, Texas
Oct 2011 - $15.00
Price reflects Passport America rate. Just a very basic park, no amnesties to speak of and very hard to maneuver a large RV around the road. One night was OK but I would not stay any longer. Dogs were running all over the place and several piles of their business were seen. Missed the entrance to the park and had to go all the way into town to turn around. Couldn't get anyone to answer the phone both times we called. Camp host was very friendly. I think we would pick a different place next time. - StarlifterFE
Apr 2011 - $15.00
This is a Passport America rate. Most of the sites are permanent/seasonal. While there are no activities, etc., if you are looking for a quiet park - this is it. It's close to many attractions: Fredericksburg, Bandera and the Wine Trail to mention a few. Many very good local restaurants nearby. Laundry was very nice. The only drawback was there is no over the air national TV station. However, you can get ION, RTV and a couple others. - Gypsy Jane
Dec 2007 - $11.00
This is a basic RV park that meets our requirements for an overnight stop. We would not stay here much longer than that. It is about 8 miles off I-10. Rate reflects the Passport America discount. - Toni L
May 2016 - $15.00
Park is located on the Guadalupe River. Basic park, but fine for an overnight stay. Mostly long term residents and weekend "cabins". Gravel sites with picnic tables. No wifi but good cable tv. The office is not in the park, but three doors north in the old town. Rate is PGA rate. - RCH
Dec 2015 - $15.00
This park backs onto the river (which is beautiful), and is in a small eclectic area of Ingram, in the Old Loop. A bit of a drive to get in and out off the I-10 but scenic and the roads were fine. The owners were extremely pleasant and helpful. We had to hunt a bit for the office, which was outside the park just down the street (inside the 3rd building). We have a 40' fifth wheel with 5 slides. It was tight to maneuver into the park, but we got into our pull thru spot just fine and felt very secure for the night. The cable was great. No WiFi. Mostly full time residents we assume. We would definitely stay here again. - roamintravelers
Jan 2015 - $15.00
Great for an overnight stay or a few days. We have family in the area. Rustic shopping is right there. Road work in progress right now. River view. No rest room facilities. I would stay again. - M.Register
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Price reflects combined SKP and Passport America Discounts (we stayed 4 days total.... we used PA discount for 2 days, and SKP discount for 2 days). This park is very clean, and well laid-out. The sites are long, level and concrete. There are treed sites, which is great for shade, but not so much for satellite. (We have a portable dish that we use for situations like this, so no worries!). Utilities worked well, and we had a great Verizon signal. Highly recommend, and would stay here again. - henny38
Apr 2016 - $15.00
This park continues to be a favorite. It is a fairly quiet (depending on how far you are from the highway) park that is peacefully scenic. The facilities are topnotch and very well maintained. - Chalkie
Apr 2016 - $39.00
This was the nicest decorated RV park I have ever seen!
We stayed 1 night on the passport america rate of $24. The "per person" rate was $5. She charged me for 3 of my 6 kids. bringing my rate to a total of $39
The sites are large, concrete, full hook up. mini-picnic table. I was there on a Wednesday and they were almost completely full.
This would be a great site for a family reunion of small wedding. They have a adorable little chapel on site. The clubhouse can be rented and is fabulous .It has a fenced garden with gazebos and a deck that overlooks the creek. It has pool access and is properly fenced so no worries about the kids around the pool or creek.
There is a separate creek access for tubes/boats that has a fire pit and picnic table.
The western town rally hall is great.Basically they have taken pole barns, but finished the insides to the apartments, rally halls, etc. It does not look fancy from the outside, but they have done a nice job making it feel at home with a rustic theme of metal walls, rough cut timbers, and antique artifacts.
The cleanest facilities I have ever seen.
These people seems to do a lot with a little.
No T-mobile service. Slow wifi at office. - mmette00
May 2016 - $19.00
Really nice park with the river view and peace. Wished I could stay just to enjoy the peacefulness and beauty of this river area. We were here for an overnight stay and it was a great one. Lots of areas to take your dog walking or even swimming in the lake. Loved the birds and the river. Did not use facilities since they were at the clubhouse too far from our site. Nice clean pool by appearance and the clubhouse was beautiful. - rvjubilee
Apr 2016 - $16.00
Nice staff. Spacious, shaded grass premium sites with picnic table, good WIFI, cable has limited channels. On the Guadalupe River. Large property with walking paths good birding. Concrete interior roads. Excellent tamales can be ordered at office. Quiet. - runamuka
Mar 2016 - $34.00
Family owned park. We have been coming here for about 6 years. It is quiet and clean. The river has shallow area of water for little ones and deeper water for fishing and swimming. Very Close spacing with grass site and picnic table. - Jetandnoche
Kerrville, Texas (map) | (830) 367-5676
Sites: 253 | Latest Rate: $18.00 | 91 Reviews
Jun 2016 - $18.00
We've been coming to Guadalupe River RV Resort for years and enjoyed their amenities, to include the adult pool and listening to bands/karaoke at DT's Saloon. Since Yogi took over ALL the pools are now "Family Friendly." We have kids and grandkids and enjoyed pool time with them in the kids' pool, but it was nice to have the adult pool to talk with other guests, trade stories and relax; now lots of splashing, yelling, etc. (and former adult pool water isn't as clean as it used to be). We've heard there will be water slides put in both pools. The Saloon has been closed for nearly a month, and so the bands and karaoke have not been there as well.
Additionally, the new basketball court is in the blazing sun by the highway, and the bounce pad is 3' off the ground with no protection around it.
Long-term (month to month) RV renting is not allowed any longer between April-September and rates have increased. Who know what will happen to long-term regulars in the future.
Also, since they will be charging non-guests a daily rate of $15/each to enjoy their putt-putt, pools, and other kiddie-amenities ... wrist bands are now mandatory for RV/Cabin renters to wear at all times. We noticed they purchased a lot of golf carts, so like their Canyon Lake Yogi Park; we will probably not be able to bring our own golf carts soon and have to rent theirs. We have cancelled our July/August reservations at Yogi's and relocated to another park in Bandera because of all these changes. Noticed several other regulars and large groups have cancelled and changed parks as well. Sad to see the new Yogi owner couldn't of made appropriate changes so that BOTH kids and grown-ups could enjoy the park. - ALively
Jun 2016 - $48.00
Spent four days as the start of our annual summer trip. The park is in the process of changing to a Yogi Bear Jellystone park, but not all activities are in place yet. Recommend calling ahead if looking for Jellystone amenities. Sites are asphalt, level, and reasonably spaced. The park is on the Guadalupe River with plenty of green space along the river. Staff was friendly/helpful. We camp here at least once/year. We camped in a Motorhome. - TxDiver
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Stayed 3 nights, park is in transition to Yogi Bear Campgrounds, so this is a family park with kids activities being implemented. Arrived on a Thursday and it started filling up on Friday. Great place for pets with plenty of space along river to walk pets. No charge on cable, however, some channels would not work. Only 3 channels on antenna. Could not log onto wifi even though its free. Did not work with my Ipad. - StormGuy
Dec 2014 - $32.00
This was the least expensive place we could find in the area and it was the worst money we've ever spent on camping. This KOA was the yard in front of the KOA "office" which has been turned into a convenience store. We arrived about 4 pm and were greeted by a KOA camp host who was friendly. Many of the spots were occupied by long term residents and it showed. The road was gravel two track, the spots were gravel and dead grass but were at least level. Our tail end stuck into the parking lot for the carry out and there was constant traffic in and out until it closed around 8 pm. It was also on a busy road and we were about 20 yards off the road. I would only recommend this if you were desperate for a place to stay and am surprised that none of the other sites we looked at for reviews mentioned any of the above. If they had we would not have stayed. Their WiFi was serviceable and along with the friendly staff that's the best I can say about it. - Jim Klinger
Apr 2014 - $27.00
Nice staff. Large laundry. Everything clean. Cable TV worked, as did WiFi. Close to I-10, but in the trees seemingly away from everything. - diceshooter60
Mar 2014 - $26.00
The good news is that this is a fairly inexpensive KOA compared to most. The bad news is that it isn't anything special. It's ~5 minutes off I-10 so it's quiet. It has pretty decent WiFi in a location where Verizon service was marginal. It also has easily accessible gas and diesel pumps; the gas is no big deal but finding a diesel pump accessible to a 40' motorhome isn't easy in this area. Those are pretty much the pluses for this park. The roads are crumbling asphalt that needed paving years ago as are the sites. The sites are fairly close to one another and are largely dirt, but that's partly due to the TX drought. We were up front in the short term area and the only view was of the office. But at $26 for full hookups it was a decent place to stay for a couple of nights. If you are spending a week enjoying Hill Country there are plenty of nicer places to stay. - docj
Mar 2013 - $22.00
BEWARE of the tree overhanging the main road that is too low for large rigs. This park is definitely not big rig friendly even though the owner assured me when I made a reservation that there would be no problem for our size unit. We have a 37' fifth wheel and the tree overhanging the main road put an 11 foot tear in our roof. All but two of the sites appeared to be occupied by permanent residents. Some of the trailers were quite old. The bathrooms were old and not very clean. The 50 amp plug at our site did not work so we had to use the 30 amp plug. The cable wires along the back of the sites are very low and was laying on top of our roof. Many trees and large rocks at entrance to the sites make these sites very difficult to get into. This park seems to be for permanent residents. We would NEVER camp here again!!!! - krb
Nov 2011 - $23.00
Price based on weekly rate. You don't get pools, playgrounds, river access etc. What you do get are a paved road, paved, level sites, small patio, good 50 amp, Wi-Fi and cable. I thought sites were on the smallish side. I'd guess about half the sites are taken up by long-term folks, and of whats left, not many would take a big rig so be sure to call ahead. Rocks, some large enough to do damage are used to mark site entrances so you need to be careful. Good laundry area, bath/shower not too visually appealing because of age but it was clean. Obvious effort made to keep the place up. Nice folks too. With prevailing rates in the area its a deal if you don't need recreational amenities. - fulltimer121
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Buckhorn Lake Resort is the standard by which we measure all other campgrounds. The streets and sites are paved with good spacing between sites. Everything is well manicured. Power is very good. The pedestals are maintained well.
Our two pups love the dog park. It is situated in the shade toward the back of the park. The showers are always clean as are the laundry facilities. There are two swimming pools, and two hot tubs. One pool, hot tub, and shower house is adult only.
We have a 42' coach with a towed vehicle and have always had plenty of room to maneuver in the park. We choose to unhitch the towed before driving to our pull-through site, but it's not necessary, especially if you are just overnighting. You can also hook up your towed before leaving your site. - Cairnsrock
Jul 2016 - $1.00
We flew in to San Antonio to pick up our new RV at Kerrville RV Sales which is a user friendly, family owned dealership and very easy to work with. They put us up in the RV park for the night so we don't know the cost. We arrived late, picked up our information went to our site and plugged in. This beautiful park is on the river and is something special. A lot of thought and imagination want in to building this park. - Hey You
Jun 2016 - $44.00
Coming in from the east of Kerrville, the park seems like it is halfway to Junction. It is a good ways out of Kerrville or any services. Park it self is first class and is one of few parks calling itself a resort that is a resort. In June the park was very empty. - Mrmac8
Feb 2016 - $34.00
The pull through sites were narrow and near highway, but were on asphalt and hookups were convenient. Wi-fi reception was sporadic at peak times. The facilities were very good: hot tub, swimming pool and large recreation room. The bathroom was spacious and the shower was as good as the one I have at home. Access to site would be tight for larger rigs, but we only have a 21 foot travel trailer and had no problem negotiating the turns. - Bart1979
Jan 2013 - $34.00
This is a 55 plus park, but if you are only staying a few nights and don't have kids they will let you stay. They have about 5 pull thrus for overnight guests which are simply parking stalls drawn on the pavement next to the road. No grass, shade, or even a picnic table. Wi-fi doesn't work. The indoor pool and hot tub were a nice perk, but the older folks didn't seem to like it that we were there. - cherrytree
Feb 2012 - $34.00
This park would be great but is WAY too hard to get in/out of. It's an older park in town and not set up well for big rigs. There are only 5 pull-throughs, which are next to the road and have no space between them. The escort nearly ran us into golf carts. We'll have to ask our neighbors to move their car so we can pull out. Otherwise the park is very friendly and facilities are fine. - Vern&Margaret