9 Parks near Kerrville, Texas
Sep 2015 - $44.00
Buckhorn is such a great RV park. It's right next to Interstate 10 but we couldn't hear the highway at all. We stayed in one of the executive pull-thrus and it was not only spacious but well landscaped. Next time I'd take a back-up spot on the Cul de Sac as just about all front water and trees and such.
As we walked around the well maintained grounds we found ourselves in their private "Club" section. It was full of RV/Cassita lots there were all built in Texas limestone, with metal roofs, just beautiful settings. These aren't for rent and they are for Class A "lease owners" only.
We live only 60 miles away from Buckhorn and have driven by many times. Now, we plan to make several more trips here once the Texas heat cools down. - Creativepart
Sep 2015 - $49.00
Our favorite RV park, hands down. The park is so well laid out, and maintenence/upkeep is great. Sites are long and have plenty of room. Roads are in excellent shape, as is everything at this park. Cable TV was above average, very clear picture. I did not attempt to connect to the wifi. Water pressure 60 psi. Staff was pleasant. Many high dollar motorhomes in this park. This is one of the few places I would consider full timing in some day. - KeystoneTT
Aug 2015 - $39.00
Office staff was very friendly. Nice layout- Very clean park. Pad very level. Good Wi-Fi reception. - wesleyjack
May 2015 - $25.00
Check in was easy and we received the Passport America discount of 2 nights and then Good Sam for 4 additional nights. Cost was just a little over $150.00 for 6 nights.
Once we arrived unescorted at our site we found a level site with gravel and grass with a broken picnic cable. If it rains sites would be a muddy mess. After hooking up the power it tripped after 30 minutes and the electrical plug was very hot. I connected the power cord to the plug for the next site without issues. Sewer was shared between sites so anyone parked next to me would have to run hookups under their camper. If you have a towed unit you would have to drive through a low area that was used for drainage if it rained and the possibility of being stuck. River view was of a muddy part of the river. Roads was adequate. WIFi was O.K..
Number of full time residents but this is occurring more and more. Lots of junk at some of the sites. All sites at Premium area were back in at the river side but because of the muddy low water level it is no advantage. Regular sites were back in with adjacent site pull through into a muddy area. Water faucet was broken but they placed a diverter to share with your neighbor but it leaked. Cable did not have many channels and many were snowy. After switching to the neighbors hook up cable reception improved so this indicates that there is a cable issue.
We had reservations for 6 nights but after pulling in for reservations I explained that we would only stay 1 night. They did not have an issue with this and gave me a 1 night Passport America for $15.00 Although this was a good rate and appreciated the price did not outweigh the poor condition of the park. We left the next morning for another park. We camped here in a fifth wheel. - Tigggerdad
Jun 2014 - $36.00
Some nice views of the river, nice large sites, pretty quiet. Internet excellent, shade trees, picnic tables, lots of birds. Pretty level sites. Nice girl in the office, accommodating. Kerrville is a very pretty place. - LottaTidbits
Apr 2014 - $37.00
Kerrville is a nice town and this is the best park in the area. The grounds are well maintained, the staff is friendly and helpful. The park is very pet friendly, the Wi-Fi and cable work great and is free. The park is quiet, restrooms and showers are always clean and work great. Evening campfires are nice when weather permits. We stayed at many RV resorts at every price level and this park is the most enjoyable and relaxing of them all and we will return. - silverwing
Oct 2015 - $38.00
We were located down near the river on a level asphalt site. A patio, firepot, and patio table were included. During the day there was considerable road noise, but it was quiet at night. Great for dog walking. Service was very good. Both cable and wifi were extra. Laundry was clean and inexpensive. - SAU51
Aug 2015 - $18.00
We have been here several times on weekend visits. Did full month this time going on weekends. Our favorite park of those we've visited for overall balance of what they have...large park area on river, adult pool, great folks visiting to mingle with, saloon-bar with karaoke and bands, friendly and helpful staff, clean well maintained facilities and grounds, close by stores, restaurants, places to see, etc. - jelive
May 2015 - $42.00
Large sites with pull through long enough for a 34 foot rig with parking either behind or in front of. Good utilities located in the middle of the site. Cable reception was good but you now have to have a box provided by the park. Could not get sound after hooking up but someone came to site to fix. Hooking up box is a little inconvenient and must be done behind the TV. This would be a problem it you do not have access behind your TV. Huge area between park and river with swings and play area for children.
Park is quiet and well maintained. Some full time residents, but their area is neat and clean. We were in site 96 close to the road but did not hear traffic.
This is a nice park and did not see issues with updates as one poster stated. Site is asphalt with picnic table. Some sites have fire pits. Very well maintained and friendly staff. They have an on-site park host available after hours.
Cable is adequate at $4.00 and WiFi at $3.50 per day is excessive. I have problems with extra charges such as these and these extra charges bring to cost per day to $42.00. This is not a good value for most people. - Tigggerdad
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
Apr 2011 - $10.00
The address for the Center is 3805 State Hwy 27 East Kerrville,TX . Reservations can be made by calling the above phone number. The office to make payment at is in the courthouse in Kerrville at the corner of RT16 (Sidney Baker) and Rt27 (Main Street). 700 Main Street Ste 101. This is their fairgrounds so be aware it’s like camping at a fairground. We had 30 AMP and Water hook up. It was pleasant, quiet and close to the city of Kerrville. For $10.00 a night you can’t go wrong. We would definitely camp their again. - M.Register
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
Feb 2014 - $28.00
Stayed 4 days, but didn't use restrooms or showers. However, outside of buildings are fairly new. 50 Amp FHU site, but the water and electric are on the wrong side so had to run the cord and hose under MH. Nice covered picnic table at each site. Nice city park on the River. Fairly Quiet even with highway close by. Only 5 other campers here. We would stay again. - FTatcret2013
Mar 2013 - $23.00
It was hard for me to rate this park since we wound up leaving before staying overnight. We reserved 2 nights during Texas Spring Break Week. When I made the reservation I explained to the lady that we have a 37' fifth wheel (like I always do). Upon arrival, she seemed concerned to learn that we had that large a rig. There were only a few sites open (they assign them to you upon arrival). Long story short, all of the sites were short, but I could have squeezed into them. The big problem was they had thick tree limbs overhanging about 12' off of the ground. We are about 13'-4" tall. Consequently we had to leave and try and find a new place to stay. The girl in the office could not process a refund and said a check would be mailed. Next day I get a call from the park asking if we left early since no one was in our site. I explained all over what happened and was again promised a refund. Seems like a nice park but better tell them 4 times what you are driving or you might not get in. - MontyHall
Jan 2013 - $26.00
Nice pull through sites. Farther off I-10 than it looks on the map and signage to find it non-existent. We chose 30 amp...50 is $28. We felt it was a bit high for what is offered. - User2855
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
Oct 2011 - $34.00
Park is mostly full time residents, some spaces for transients. My site was wide, level, and had a large shade tree, flowers and concrete patio. Nice covered pool, clean showers and toilets. The park is very quiet. Close to shopping and restaurants. Escort to your site. The park accepts only checks or cash. My $34 included the Good Sam discount. If you enjoy a nice peaceful, friendly park this place fits the bill. I would stay here again. - P.C. Lalle
Jun 2015 - $28.00
Triple T is a large park with plenty of long pull-thru sites for big rigs. Our site provided more than enough room for our tow vehicle to fit comfortably behind our 40' motorhome. Extra security was provided with an entrance gate which required a code after dark. The pool (in which short laps could be swum) and laundry required a separate code. This park does not recycle. Cable TV and Internet service worked OK, however the park was fairly empty during our stay. We would happily return to Triple T Park. - The Borgs
Feb 2015 - $25.00
We originally booked for one week but extended our stay to 10 days while we took care of some business in the area. What a great stay! As another reviewer mentioned, there was some staff turnover but the owner's wife was on the scene and was as nice as could be handling things. We have a 42' motor home plus tow, and the site was long and level. This is no fancy RV resort, but it offers a lot for the money. There is a converted house on the property that houses the laundry, fitness room, and about seven PRIVATE bath/showers. We didn't use the private showers, but thought the concept was great. The "lodge" area has a fireplace with big screen television that has many satellite channels. There's a billiards table and ping pong table, plus a table that could be used for a card game or jigsaw puzzles. There's also a library for swapping your books. Also, there's a large kitchen/dining area. We kept saying "this place would be great for rallies!" The free wifi actually worked, the cable television only had the most basic channels but was included in the price. We did see a nice pool and hot tub area which we did not use. The park is a little off the beaten bath, but we liked the country feel and found it no problem to make the short drive into Kerrville. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. - Denise Kirk
Feb 2015 - $18.00
I stayed at this place for 4 nights. Normally the Passport America is only good for two days. They gave me a partial discount on day three and then due to having to deal with a disgruntled employee I got the full discount on day four.
This place is on two levels. I got parked next to the entrance road so I got hammered by people ignoring their speed limit and kicking up tons of dust until the ice storm hit. I had to shut windows.
You have to walk up a steep hill to make use of the laundry, Showers, and their "Lodge." The bathrooms and their laundry were fine. I did not bother to see the ping-pong table and TV in their lodge.
The girl who checked me in was rude. Evidently I caught her the day she was fired. Good riddance. Her second was nice, but also was planning on leaving.
Without a discount, this place would be far too expensive. It's out in the middle of nowhere. 10 miles from Kerrville. Unfortunately, it's the cheapest place worth staying at. - RVWriter