26 Parks near Lakehills, Texas
Jan 2016 - $30.00
We were there when the park was very full for the 11th Street Cowboy Mardi Gras. Since we were closer to the exit we had to deal with more noise and dust being kicked up by the passing vehicles. Our site was not very level. There is also a bar next door to the campground. That can be a plus or minus depending on your taste. We didn't mind it. - Texas Traveler
Mar 2015 - $25.00
March was rainy and cold, so gravel driveways, streets and parking pad were a mess. It's winter so some trees bare, but grass was trying to stay green. Owners go out of their way to be accommodating. Many full time residents and snow birds. Rally hall was great. We had 23 FMCA coach members. Town is short distance, shopping, grocery and Kerrville is an easy ride. We have stayed here before. It gets hot in summer. Longhorn streets in pastures adjoining park. - Oooooooo
Dec 2013 - $9.00
Rate noted is based on monthly rate. This was a nice well maintained campground. We were in a site with a new electrical post and others had been replaced/upgraded. Wifi was limited to an hour then you had to log on again. It was fun seeing the 2 burros and 2 longhorns in their field. Tons of deer are there both white tail and axis. A few rally groups came by since they have great facilities for them. We would definitely stop here again. - rv4rob
May 2016 - $55.00
Nice park, pretty close to San Antonio but in a small town with its own life. Close to I-10 and close to all amenities. Registration staff are very helpful and friendly. Did not use much of the amenities. - Debie Lanstrom
Mar 2016 - $36.00
Not what I call a resort. Roads are gravel and pretty level. Good power and water pressure. Little high in price but OK. No grass at our area of the park. Bathrooms were pretty good. I would stay again if I could not find something cheaper. - neilontheroad
Feb 2016 - $31.00
Rally rate. Park is in need of road repair, bathroom clean up, and updating. Ants everywhere, with gravel and is very sandy. It is winter so no grass. There are many full time, trailers owners who drive very, very fast on the street between rows of our coaches, throwing gravel every where: could chip our windshields. Loud I-10 highway road noise. But this park is a short driving distance to shopping, a historical town and many interesting day trips in the area. Many sites are close, so check out the site before you park. - Oooooooo
May 2016 - $36.00
Nice park near San Antonio area. Views are amazing and has rustic feeling. Lots of full timers and a section is for overnighters. Had a good time. Didn't use the pool and other facilities. Recommended. - jjwelsh
Feb 2016 - $36.00
This is no longer a Passport America nor a Good Sam Park. The best sites are actually on "top of the hill". If you do not get one of these sites, I would not stay, because the "second tier" sites are among the long term residents below the top. The campground is near the interstate, so there is considerable road noise. The roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. I had no trouble leveling my rig. The staff were quite friendly and will escort you to your site. This is an older park and needs some tender loving care; some of the resident sites need to be cleaned of litter. We stayed here in a 39 foot fifth wheel and probably would stay here again, but only overnight. - Mike1987
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Another stopover place just passing through. Pretty little park, great location, wifi spotty at best...site not very level but good spot. Friendly office staff and friendly neighbors. - TXTread
Feb 2016 - $35.00
About 20 miles west of San Antonio, this is a convenient location to stay and explore the San Antonio area and still enjoying a peaceful and less crowded area. There are 40 pull-thru sites that can accommodate any length RV, full hookups and 30/50 amp service, paved interior roads, on-site host, restroom w/showers, picnic tables, dump station free Wi-Fi(That Works), recreation building w/kitchen, TV/computer station, laundry, playing fields, tennis, nice pool (doesn't open until May however), security fencing, hiking trails (About 3.5 miles in the hills above the park & 1 mile easy walking trail). - Ruffin It
Jan 2016 - $35.00
We really enjoyed this park. The spaces are close together, but next to the RV park is a beautiful regional park where you can walk, picnic, fish and bike. The Clubhouse is very nice with a great, friendly group of people. We enjoyed eating breakfast together, BBQing hot dogs and pot lucks. The Park Ranger & Manager were easy to communicate with and acted on any problems we may have had. It is also close to a local market with great prices. Very good laundry facilities. The showers were a bit "rustic" but big and plenty of hot water. Our cost was $ 300.00 for one month. - Rosanne
Jan 2014 - $25.00
Beautiful city park. Very quiet and peaceful with river and walking trails. No frills, but very nice and park host is excellent. (Enforces rules but is very friendly and helpful). We have been coming here for about 7 years. It is one of our favorite places, but WIFI is poor. - 3dognight
Mar 2015 - $10.00
$10 is based on month stay. Electricity extra. Not an overnight stay campground. Most people here stay a month or two. Big spacious sites, grass and trees. Most people have satellite with long cable to get a spot away from trees to get signal. The lake has been dry for several years. Very friendly and clean. Large clubhouse. Pot lucks, dinners, cards, dominoes, bingo, shooting group, woodcarver building, small pool with hot tub, (call office about 30 minutes ahead of time to have hot tub heater turned on) pool table, tennis table, and barbeque grills. Quilters and sewers leave their machines on tables in rear of building. Very social place. Campground is about 10 minutes from highway on curving, hilly road through a residential area. - fander
Aug 2014 - $25.00
An older family friendly park. Owner is awesome! Talk to the office for directions, as it your GPS will not be accurate. You first trip in you will wonder where in the world you are going, but after the first time, it is fine! LOL This is not a park for an overnight stop. Lake is dry due to lack of rain in Texas the past few years but the park is still a nice quite place to hang out for a few days. - TexasRee
Aug 2014 - $30.00
No cable at our site. Lots of trees, so no satellite. Local TV was mostly sales (QVC). Water pressure so low our electric toilet wouldn't operate properly. Our electric OK but others had problems. Gravel site very uneven. One wheel off the ground to level. Lake at 4% capacity and driving through a subdivision for 2-3 miles to reach the park was "interesting". Nice enough but probably won't be back. - kitfoxmod3
Jul 2016 - $41.00
I made a reservation (so I thought) for our 50-amp 5th wheel trailer for the 4th of July weekend (along with two 30-amp sites for my other family members). We were told by the person I made the reservation with that we would have a 50 amp full hook up site. Upon arrival and check in we were told everything was on a first come first served basis and they no longer had any 50 amp sites available. We were given a map of the park and told to "find a spot and let us know what # your are in". While driving through this overgrown and poorly maintained 260 acre "reserve" the top of our 5th wheel hit multiple low hanging trees, passed multiple spots that had not been mowed, had no picnic table, and multiple sites that had 30 amp campers in 50 amp spots as well as tents in RV spots. We also noticed several RV spaces that had EZ Ups on them, bags covering the electrical outlets, and boats and/or empty boat trailers, clearly people holding spots for others. Once we found a spot that did not have any low hanging tree hazards and did not have tall overgrown grass, we parked only to discover there was no sewer hook up in this section of the park!
The park policies clearly state no holding spaces for others and no overnight unoccupied sites allowed, maximum of 2 cars per site and a max of 6 people per site...this was not the case! There were cars EVERYWHERE! The dumpsters were overflowing by Saturday afternoon. The lack of security lead to vandalism in the bathrooms and irresponsible firework displays in high wind, tall grass and low hanging trees. Overall not a good experience we will not return. - Jetandnoche
Apr 2016 - $3.00
We thought this was a very nice TT park and we enjoyed our stay here very much! It is very large and spread out with lots of room and trees between campsites. We stayed in F section very near the lake and loved that area. The wildlife (deer, wild turkey and jackrabbits) roaming throughout the park was a huge highlight for our son. In fact, this was his favorite campground of all 20 we've been to so far. He loved feeding the deer at our campsite each night! The pool area is a good distance from the family activity area but very doable on bike, otherwise, you might want to drive it! The pool is huge but not heated although we did swim in it in April-refreshing for sure! The kiddie pool was warmer. Nice hot tub. The activity room had a pool table, jigsaw puzzles to work, 2 large screen tv's and a separate play area for little ones. Even a small chapel room for church services (not every week, tho). Outside they have a basketball court, ping pong, mini golf and a big playground. They offer meals on the weekends which are excellent and very reasonable! Every Friday evening they have a weenie roast, as well. Also nice family oriented activities over the holidays. The lake is nearly full and there are docks for fishing. We saw lots of folks using the boat launch facilities, too. Large playground and small fenced idog walk area near lake as well.The setting is very pretty and woodsy and the lake is beautiful, peaceful and huge! The roads throughout the campground are paved and in decent shape. Most of the sites are gravel, with a few concrete pads, but quite level. The old house and barn near the pool are very interesting. The home was moved to this site when they flooded the river to create the lake in 1912! Wild flowers all around the grounds in the spring! Very slow wifi in the activity center but our Verizon hotspot worked fine. No cable but we did get some local stations with our antenna. We would definitely return to this campground. We camped here in a motorhome. - Jeni
Apr 2016 - $3.00
This was a thousand trails park, I stayed for free with my membership. $3 for 50 amp upgrade.
The main disadvantage to this park was the distance from the main lodge to the pool/laundry area.
The pool was nice, Not heated. The kids pool that was warm enough to swim in at the beginning of April. A nice size main pool, and a hot tub for those over age 18.
Laundry was 6 washers/6 dryers for $1.50 each. Clean and working.
Lodge had a nice little kids' corner with a rug and baby toys. Also an 18+ reading room. The main tables were set nice and they are working on getting the cafe staffed and running. Right now just weekends on the cafe.
They had an over 18 pool table indoors and a kids pool table outdoors.
Multiple playgrounds. 70's style with metal slides and wood frames.
Pickle ball was under the pavilion by the lodge. Not fenced.
minigolf had a nice concrete path leading from hole to hole, but the greens were worn, but useable.
The boat docks were a disaster because of the water levels the past 5 years. The lake is coming back up 65% but the boat docks are unusable.
Walking paths are overgrown. You can see the foot path, but my 5 year old had to duck under trees in places. We opted to walk in the road. Which was OK on a mild, shady day - but with the walk 1 mile to the lodge from the pool, it would be nice to have a shady path as an option!
This park has some old weird barns and buildings in the part near the pool.
Overall, I think this park is rebuilding. You can see that there are some areas that are cute and nice and others that are forgotten. - mmette00
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Nice, busy RV park. I spent 4 days here while being treated at the nearby VA hospital. Friendly staff. I would stay again. - Dave and Linda
Mar 2016 - $45.00
Rate reflects nightly stay. Some sites are more expensive. My rate was 590/month. Check the site for rates. I was here from June/2015 to March 2016.
Check-in was easy. Staff nice and helpful. Escort to your spot to help you get properly parked.
No cable but over 50 channels available on antenna. WiFi provided by TengoNet, not controlled by the park. Please don't blame the park for bad internet...not their fault
There are some rules...but not that bad. But don't be mad if you violate one and get called out...rules are for a reason. Especially pay attention to pet rules, parking on open spots, and going the wrong way on the one-way streets.
There are 2 dog runs. Both are supplied with doggie waste bins and poop scoopers. Use them. Yes, the runs are cleaned each day, but that doesn't take away your responsibility to clean up your dog's poop.
Sites are concrete pads. Roads through the park are paved and are of adequate width. This park has 3 long spots for very large rigs, such as class A's pulling large trailers.
Restrooms and showers are cleaned daily. But bear in mind, people use them throughout the day. If you stay here and use them, and one needs attention, notify the staff.
My stay here was great. I would not hesitate to come back here again. - Traveling Man 49
Feb 2016 - $55.00
We stay in San Antonio quite a bit. Our kids go to UTSA. We've never stayed here before because it's not as close to downtown as Traveler's World. To start off with this park is extremely well maintained. No junk anywhere and there looks to be some full-timers with all kinds of set ups and everything is tidy. I'm extremely picky where we stay. No longstanding mobile home parks, etc.
Navigating the park is easy. The sites are a little narrow for my taste, but if all you're gonna do is stay inside or go to the city it's no problem. We chose a "Premium-Plus" site with an extra parking place for our kids to come visit. Our site had a picnic table as well.
No cable TV and not a lot of channels to be picked up. Looks as if they had cable at one point but not anymore. Not much shade throughout the middle of the park. Some trees at the end of the lanes. - mikel
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Stayed 2 1/2 months while our new house was being built. We had a wooded site with a patio under the oaks, complete with a nice built-in wood patio bench. Lots of birds, and friendly RVers for neighbors. The grounds are well maintained; The poolside patio is beautifully landscaped. The pool is large enough for the facility. We had enough room to enjoy it on the 4th. - Major Dad
May 2016 - $44.00
First of all, if you are using Garmin GPS to find this resort, enter this address into your GPS 910 W Loop 1604 N, San Antonio, TX. The RV resort is the first driveway once you pass this church on the right. This RV resort is extremely well maintained. We travel with three dogs and having the dog park was invaluable! The dogs loved it. Everything is pristine, you WILL be impressed. That being said, we work full time on the road and are sometimes in one place for almost a year. This did not work for us for that reason. Our lot 207 was poorly laid out for hookups. Our gray water drained UPHILL and was a mess to get to drain. Most are not like that, but check your hookups and if the drains are going uphill, I would seriously ask for another lot. The birds. OMG! I love birds, but the birds on this property are a bit much. They are extremely noisy and it was nice for about the first hour, but by the 6th day, they will be wearing on our nerves. They are very noisy and seem to never shut up. Our tree prevented us from extending out awning. They are very stringent about the rules. We need a little flexibility to accommodate a long stay. For instance, we build a temporary set of stairs which are not allowed here. My husband has a few tools that sit under our unit which are not allowed. All relatively meaningless if you are here for entertainment as most of their patrons are, but if you are a long term on-the-road worker, this information may be of greater importance. I truly have zero complaints and think very highly of this RV resort. I found the pads to be wide enough, each site has a table and a concrete patio which is a nice touch. Everything is clean, well maintained. Dog bags are provided throughout the park so there should never be any reason to NOT clean up after pets which everyone seems to do a very good job of doing. The water pressure was good and the water tasted good. Internet, it's pretty good, better than some worse than others. - hap
Mar 2016 - $44.00
The pool, clubhouse and other facilities are excellent. They are in the top for parks we've stayed at in this price range (anything nicer has been in the $60-$70 per night range). The interior roads are all asphalt and the sites are concrete with a small concrete patio and picnic table at each site. The sites were adequately long for us to easily fit our coach and toad on the site. The site did have a slope on the front so we had to position the coach towards the rear of the site in order to level it and park our toad on the front. The sites are on the narrow side, but not that bad. Several of the sites have shade trees on them, but it appeared in some cases that the trees could control where you park on the site in order to use slideouts and awnings without striking the trees. My biggest criticism of this resort is the minimal space for check-in parking (see tip below). - Phaeton_Owner
May 2016 - $32.00
I suppose this used to be a nice park, but now it is in total disrepair. The swimming pool is half full of green water, the roads are absolutely horrid, full of pot holes. The "store" has almost nothing available- just empty shelves. The back end of the park looks like a junk yard. Most occupants are permanents. They let their dogs run loose, and don't clean up after them. It's truly a shame because the park is near Sea World and with some work could be developed into a nice place to stay. - The Sauntering Sampsons
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Price reflects monthly rate. Having stayed monthly at another RV park in close proximity, I would come back here in a heartbeat. Yeah, the place is a bit rough around the edges, but it was much more serene. Management and the workers live here, so there isn't going to be any shenanigans going on. There is no road noise; you may hear the neighboring cows and coyotes. The fact that others are put off by the looks made it better for us; we found that we had lots of empty space to breath around us. For the monthly rate, you get FHU included. We only got 2 channels on TV (CW and MUNDO) and hardly any radio channels. Good Verizon signal. - MichelleKry
May 2013 - $20.00
It was just o.k. Wouldn't stay there again. Not easy access from freeways. Very rundown. Should of just turned around and gone somewhere else. Gentleman that checked us in was very friendly but didn't bother to tell us that the info. on this park is outdated, i.e., no cable, no wifi. If we didn't have a dish dome we would of been out of luck for t.v. Roads are in very bad shape - he told me the pads were asphalt and level - not in this park! I couldn't find a piece of asphalt in our space. At one time I'm sure they probably were. We were the only traveler - out of 118 sites, approx. 20-25 were permanent. I can see why Good Sam got rid of them. - werunamuck
Feb 2016 - $30.00
This park has new owners who completely cleaned out all of the old permanent and semi-permanent guests. Every site is open to nightly or weekly guests. This is not a workers campground it is a travelers campground. It is clean and is easy to get in and out of. Great for one or two nights with a friendly old host and a nightly security gate. - Kwanah
Jan 2015 - $30.00
Small but organized park that accepts drive up campers late at night. Even with dirt roads it was easy access and easy to maneuver. Management was friendly, courteous, and helpful. Because it was after dark we were allowed to pick a site and the site required no extra leveling. Would definitely stay there again. We were in transit but did stay 2 nights rather than the 1 night planned. - witchey1
Feb 2012 - $18.00
The rate reflects the PA Rate for a Big Rig Site. This rate is all that the park should be charging as they have no washrooms (sign on door says RVs should have their own and with high cost of propane they are closed effective June 2011), no Wi-Fi (changed their policy so available only for permanent residents), no amenities of any kind, and a Laundry that is pretty poor with 3 very old washers and only 1 working dryer. There were only about 8 other RVs and all but one was a permanent unit. The office is not staffed and to register you have to pick up the red phone at the door which connects you to the resident manager who lives in one of the permanent units. I made a reservation ahead, and when arrived and phoned the manager she said to just go to my assigned site (#13) and she would register me later. Little did I know that later meant the next day in the afternoon! If you are looking for just an overnight site or for a couple of nights and are totally self contained and don't need to use their laundry then for $18 ($15 PA rate for regular site) not a bad place to stay. The Big Rig sites are very long pull throughs which are easy to get into and out of and reasonably level. There is some road noise during the day but at night it is very quiet despite being located on highway 16. - User1203