We stay every winter at this park. The $14/day rental is based on our monthly rental. The roads are paved; the sites are concrete. Very big-rig friendly. The park is located in a country setting in a working pecan grove. No highway noise here! Many sites back up to the grove, great for picking up the pecans when they fall. Also, during the winter the Axis deer make their way into the grove. Fun to watch them. There is a laundry on-site; very nice. $1.50 per load to wash/dry. Trash is picked up everyday on your site. The park offers a beautiful clubhouse for gatherings and or rallies. Western Town is also available for gatherings and or rallies. The owners reside on the premises and are great. The staff is great as well; very friendly and helpful. They go above and beyond to insure you have an enjoyable stay. Wifi is available; it works fairly well. The cable tv also works good, but it's limited channels. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
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When in the Hill Country, this is a great place to stay. Great for day trips to Bandera, Comfort, Fredicksburg. Lots to do in the area. Highly recommend Johnson Creek!
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $16.00
The $16.50 a night is based on a nice rally discount and a months stay, includes electricity. All utilities worked very well. Nice laundry facility, $1.50 to wash or dry. WiFi worked 90% of the time at our site, Verizon cell and hotspot worked well as no tree blocked our rooftop dish at our site, as requested. Cement roads and site which backed up to pecan orchard. Ingram and Kerrville 6 and 8 miles away so are convenient. Park is pretty quiet and dark at night. Very nice clubhouse and Western Town facilities for gatherings. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $26.00
This is a very nice quiet park. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The pecan grove makes a great setting and is away from the hustle and bustle of Kerrville. We loved our view out the back window with the deer to entertain us each evening. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
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Thirty minutes to Fredricksbug and a little over an hour to San Antonio. Highly recommend the Museum of the Pacific War in Fredricksburg.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $48.00
This park in the Hill Country is off the beaten path, thus quiet. The staff and the other campers we met were very friendly. Many here return during the winter to again meet with their friends. The park has aged since we stayed here in 2010, but the owners have added some areas or added some to existing facilities. The concrete roads and sites have fallen into disrepair, most likely because the concrete was not thick enough to support the weight of present day RV equipment. The sites are just wide enough to accommodate the RV. The grass area beside the site is about 8' to the neighbor's rig. The Wi-Fi was temperamental and offered very limited service. The park has cable but the channel selection is extremely limited from Dish Network and snowy. Most sites are under developed pecan trees, so although the leaves were off the trees, we were unable to find a signal with our new roof mounted dish. Although this is a Good Sam park, they don't honor the discount at certain times. The nightly rate is excessive, especially in light of what doesn't work. We would stay at one of many other parks if back the area. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $28.00
I don't know how they can call this a resort. It's just an ordinary campground. Interior roads are narrow and winding. A friend of ours tried to use their Wifi, but couldn't get it to load. The cable tv is very limited. While their website does state that they will not accept credit cards from people who are staying a month or more, they wouldn't accept our credit card even though we were staying only two weeks. According to the rules, which are not posted on their website, you must use pads or blocks under your jacks even though your RV is parked on a concrete slab. You may not have any rugs or stepping stones on the grass, not even breathable mats; you may not tie or nail any item to any tree (we have an ornament that we normally bungie to a tree - that's a no-no here), and lawn ornaments may not be on the grass between the months of April and October. The clubhouse is a really nice building which was obviously a beautiful house before its conversion. There's a lounge, a kitchen, a game room and a library in there. They sponsor a "game night" every week, and we played bingo and Trivial Pursuit and had a great time. There's also a building they call Western Town. It's used for potlucks, entertainment, etc. It's really very nice. The bath/shower rooms and the laundry are at one end of the Western Town building. The bath/shower rooms are nice and clean. The laundry is clean, but small (long and narrow). It has 4 washers ($1.50), but one was out of order, and 6 dryers ($1.50). The people are friendly, and the campground is peaceful and quiet, very little road noise. There's a pecan orchard, and a herd of deer come almost every night to feed on the pecans that have fallen off the trees. We would stay here again. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $32.00
Escapees rate. Stayed 2 nights- we'll be back! Very quiet park. Beautiful RV park. Would recommend reservation- we had one but I would not go w/out one. Check in a breeze. ( still not a fan of seeing my cc # handwritten on a reservation card @ checkin). We had a back in site- our rv has a big back window and was facing the pecan orchard and the deer in the evening. Great Verizon 4G. (The pool was closed). Several ppl we're already hunkered down for a month or two. This place hosts rallies/events- has a large clubhouse (the pool behind), a small white chapel and a Western Town that looks like a large dining hall. It looks as though the employees are housed in a few apts and their own rv's on the perimeter of the property. We fished in the creek (catch/release) no license needed. *Careful walking your pup- lots of grass burrs and they also get stuck in your shoes. A nice touch- they p/u your garbage if it's out by 10am. Laundry rm was nice. $1.50washer/$1.25 dryer. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
Lovely park in pecan orchard. Lots of deer and wildlife. The creek is a great place to cool off. Very quiet and well maintained. We are coming back. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first time here for a 4-day rally and was impressed. An older park but nicely setup for a short stay or longer. Will be back again when in the area. Close to numerous activities in the Hill Country and surrounding area. Wi-Fi was consistently good which was surprising. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Motorhome.
Excellent! Staff was very friendly and helpful, saw them often throughout our stay. Sites are well kept, clean. The pecan trees are wonderful. So relaxing, enjoyable. We will be back. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
As a full timer, we all have our favorite RV Parks. We have been on the road for 4 years. Stopped here 3 years ago and loved it. Well it has got better. New laundromat, restroom and personal showers. 50 plus acres in a park feeling. The sites are concrete set among pecan trees, Very pet friendly with a large creek to fish, swim or swim your dogs. Ask for a site that can handle your satellite. Also ask for GPS address; it will help finding this wonderful RV park. We will return. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $32.00
This is a lovely park, we stayed here overnight on our way across Texas. The setting is very, very nice inside a working pecan orchard with deer milling about. The check in process was quick, the desk lady was very cheerful. We were given a back in site but was no trouble to do so. Site was a concrete pad and level, 50 amp was good as well as water, sewer hook up was in the middle. We didn't get to check out all the stuff they offered but we will come back. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $28.00
Lovely park located in a pecan grove. Lots of wild life and domestic animals on the grounds. Quite and serene. Seems you always have the noisy 6 AM park departures. This was our second visit to this park. TV channels were limited to about 10. I'm sure, even with the trees, satellite would not be an issue. All cement pull thrus and concrete roads. Plenty of room between units so you have your "elbow room". Well manicured and groomed landscaping. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $35.00
I stay at this park every time I get a holiday are vacation. Just enjoy the peace and quite and the scenery that the Texas Hill country has to offer. The people who own and stay here are always just wonderful. The owner just keeps making things better. If you have never stayed here put it on your list of places to stay. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Travel Trailer.
$25 weekly rate. This is a really nice and quite small RV Park a few miles from town. Not as many amenities as some of the larger parks. But shady and peaceful. It is located in a Pecan grove, with large Pecan trees and deer feeding near buy. It is another Park that could be much better if they would try to control the grass burrs. We will not stay here again because of the terrible quantity of grass burrs. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $26.00
Let me start by saying this is a very clean and nice park. We stay here every time we are in the area. This park is continually making improvements, which is great. I hope they can keep their rates at a affordable camping rate, which with the PA discount, it offsets the regular Good Sam rate. The only thing I can argue is they might have over regulated some of there rules, but there probably is a reason for it. So again: an excellent campground. We camped at Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park in a Motorhome.