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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $49.00
Stayed at this park for many years but haven't been back for the past couple. Park is not bad in the location is good on the river and near town and the pools and rest rooms are clean. This is and old park and it appears no maintenance has been done on the sites in the past several years. Are main complaint is the added cost for everything. Cable TV is extra , holidays are 6-8 dollars extra, and the kicker is each additional person over 2 six years and up is $8. We used to stay here with our 2 grand daughters over Thanksgiving on a river site for $44 dollars a night. Today we would pay $74. Too much for our budget. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $40.00
Very well maintained park. Very family friendly with a lot of activities available. Beautiful access to the river. The river here is very shallow and fishing isn't possible. If you want to fish you'll need to go into town where its dammed up. They pick up trash every morning. It is very secure with personnell driving around most of the night. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $28.00
This is a very wonderful RV park. Have stayed there many times, and each time is always a pleasure. The river frontage is lovely with lots of deer, ducks, and squirrels. People are very friendly and helpful. Would Highly recommend this park to anyone. Always lots of things to see in do in the Kerrville area. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $42.00
Very nice RV park. Three pools. One pool and hot tub indoors which was for adults only, one outdoor only adult pool, and a outside family pool. We stayed in a premium pull through site. Plenty of room in-between sites. All facilities/bathrooms were very well kept and park well maintained. Very quite even close to the bar, music stopped at 11pm. Well groomed walking trail along the river. Plenty to see and do in Ingram ( Stonehenge 2) and in Kerrville. Looking forward to visiting again. There are grass-burrs, but it is the hill country and to be expected. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $55.00
Stayed a week during spring break with the grand kids. Rate is based on 2 kids, pet, and cable TV. This was our second year at the park for spring break. Facilities are great for the kids. There is a covered pavilion, river fishing, indoor heated pool, etc. The site is close to local activities and restaurants. Staff was friendly and helpful. We will camp here again. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $42.00
We are staying in this park for two weeks. We are staying in one of the premium sites and there is plenty of elbow room. The saloon noise is minimal, even with all of our windows open. We have two small dogs who are loving all the grass and trees. The walking trail along the river is lovely. We spotted a heron today. We have not had any problem with the burrs mentioned by a previous reviewer. Everyone here (staff and campers) are all very friendly. We are hoping to winter here, as we feel this is an exceptional park. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $39.00
Shore Services: 50amp, Sewer good, Water 60@ psi are good. WiFi is by Tengo. i didn't use it. At&T Cell phone is from 1 bar to 3 bars. Sprint Air Card is good while Verizon 4GLTE is not very good. Cable is good. Internal Roads and sites are gravel & asphalt. Length good for a long RV and enough room in most to put out slides and awnings. Distance between sites are enough room for awnings but can be close depending on your RV. Restrooms are good and clean. Laundry has 4 washers and dryers in the smaller laundry. Some long term tenants but not a problem. Direct TV Satellite access is good. Cost is $39 for basic and more for premium or River sites. Payment with credit card no problem. This is not a bad park, however there are some good points and bad points. Good if you need it is the electric has sites for RV's that need 2-50amp service. This is for the new big rigs. An improvement that would help is to maintain the sites better. Clean up the leaves and try to get the grass burrs and stickers that my dog picks up every time I take him out. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $50.00
Have stayed here several times over last couple of years, but won't go back. Took our grandson for his first camping trip without Mom and Dad this weekend. They wouldn't give us the Good Sam discount because I didn't have the card, even though I pulled it up on my IPAD and they could see we were current. Then it rained all weekend (yes I know the resort can't control that). Then we found that arcade game area is gone and indoor pool is adults only (over 18) for sanitary reasons (I guess adults never pee in a pool) - except in winter when kids are allowed. Then we developed a horrible ant problem in the RV which I read on TA is not uncommon. This is not an adult only campground but it seems like it’s trying to be one. Heard it’s up for sale. Canceling our 5 nights there over New Years. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $42.00
We stayed here for a week . We were in site 61 which backs up to the beautiful grounds and had a river view. The price does not include Wi-Fi, which did work real well. The river is very low at this park as it is dammed up for the city of Kerrville. We had our grandsons age 15 with us. They had a ball. Many other kids and a lot to do. Enjoyed the adult pool. The boys did enjoy fishing in what water there was. We enjoyed the River Rock Saloon on Friday night for karaoke and dancing and on Sat. for the live band. Out spot was very close to the saloon, but could not hear it inside our RV. The office was very helpful in taking us to our site and helping with the two problems we had ( ants, and a tree limb which they trimmed}. This is a very large place. There are at least 220 RV sites and many cabins. When full on the weekends that puts about 800 plus people here. Never saw any security. There are rules about dogs, but only half or less of the people abide by them. Many dogs off leash and not picked up after. We would stay here again if we had grandkids, which they charged extra for ($20 each). We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
Very friendly staff. Sites 1-48 are beautiful. Rest of the sites seem run down and uncared for. Had planned to stay a week, but our site was at the west end among mobile homes and what appeared to be long term residents. Left after one night. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $36.00
Nice park. Next to highway, but there was no noise. Campground is very nice with average size spaces. Asphalt sites that needed a little leveling for side to side. Cable and WI-FI are available at extra cost of $3.00 per day. I have an issue with campgrounds that charge extra for these items. Office closes at 5:00 and not open on Sundays. Box had information on available sites and how to register the following day. We stayed for 5 nights for $178 which included cable only, as I have my own Wi-Fi. We would stay here again, We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $41.00
We stayed during Spring Break. The rate is based on 7 days in a Basic Site, 2 adults, 2 children, 1 pet plus cable TV. Overall we had an excellent experience. The kids found plenty to do with other kids, which left time for adult fun. All the facilities were in good shape and reasonably clean. We enjoyed the bar on the premises especially on Friday/Saturday nights. The park is nicely landscaped with Premium Sites having more shade and river views. We will stay here again. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $15.00
We stayed three months through the Winter of 2012-13, our 4th stay here. Not much has changed: the good things are still good and the bad things are still bad. The best feature is the grass-and-trees area along the river. It's the nicest walking area we've found outside of a National Park, and it's the main feature that brings us back to the park each year: great for dogs. The grounds staff does a good job of keeping things neat. Most of the sites are spacious enough and the (concrete) picnic tables are fine. It's fairly quiet except on weekends when the park fills with locals and there's lot of partying. It's in a reasonably good location, not far from WalMart and groceries. There aren't many good restaurants to choose from in Kerrville, but Fredricksburg (25 mi) has some options, and San Antonio is just an hour away. The worst aspect of this park is that they have that useless Tengo Internet, so you'll want to provide for your own Internet service. (As we were leaving, the park put in a higher-bandwidth connection which means, I suppose, that you'll get Tengo's well-known refused logins, dropped connections, and non-existence customer service much faster than before. It beats me why an otherwise nice park insists on using such an awful Internet provider, and charging 35 bucks a month for the privilege.) The saloon is a noisy weekend party spot, and for some reason is allowed to stay open into the park's quiet hours. If you want to sleep, do not accept a site anywhere near the saloon. And be ready for ants in your RV. Bring plenty of ant bait and ant spray. All-in-all, it's OK for an extended stay. A fairly nice park and the rates aren't too bad. We'll probably consider them again next year, but will also check out other places in the area. The rate shown is monthly. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $36.00
We have stayed here several times in the last couple of years. Each time we have been in a different area of the park. We did not make reservations this time and were lucky enough to get a spot for the long weekend as the place was packed. Rate reflects Good Sam discount + cable. Everything worked as it should, except for the 20 amp additional circuit on the post. Glad I had a 50 amp pigtail for our trailer, basic sites apparently only have 50 amp service. For us, there was definitely a difference between the basic site and in the middle section so we would pay a little more for that view. Cable and internet are extra charges, for which I'm not a fan. Seems a little pricey for what you get. All in all, it was a nice get-a-way, and neighbors / staff were friendly. Will return again. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $50.00
We have stayed here many times before, but somehow the park seemed a notch or two lower for a rating. For one thing we loved the "river view" sites which are a premium price but this year they wouldn't allow us to pull our motorhome facing into the river as we've done in the past. So why pay more for a view that one can't view. Seems like it's all set up for trailers or 5ers. So we stayed in a "basic" site and the costs seemed way too high. We'll probably stay again as it's still the best gig near town. We camped at Guadalupe River RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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