3 Parks near Lakehills, Texas
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 - $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
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
Jun 2015 - $1.00
This was our last attempt at a Thousand trails park. Just like many of the other TT parks, it is run down, roads torn up and rutted, utilities outdated and sites almost impossible to get into with a bigger unit. (38' or above). The trees are not trimmed at the sites and you cannot maneuver well enough to keep from hitting them with the rig. The park road 37 into the park as well had low hanging branches that were just not avoidable. Our 50 amp service we were lucky enough to get, crashed, so that again was another issue. What is so upsetting about these parks is, they have the bones to be excellent and beautiful parks if management would just fix these issues, take out about every other site and make it more accessible to bigger rigs. Don't trust the photos on the web page, they are very deceiving in our opinion and make the parks look like something they are not. We've tried several TT parks and they are all basically the same run down condition. If you have a big rig, enter at your own risk. - buffy
May 2015 - $0.00
Our first trip to this Thousand Trails. We were a bit worried about the drive through San Antonio and making sure we found the correct route to the campground. We had heard horror stories about a few of the options to get to this campground. We were coming from the east. We took 46W to 1283 to 37.
Upon arrival, we were greeted warmly. She asked if we had been here before, we told her no. She was very forthcoming with information on the different areas of the campground. As well as gave us some information about the area and Texas as a whole.
We found our spot and set up.
The next day we took a walk around the campground. This place is huge. And at least right now almost empty.
Quite a few deer strolling around.
We did go down to their activity center for breakfast over the weekend, that was a good deal. Good food, good prices.
Bathroom/showers were clean and a decent size. Depending on what section you are in, most sites seem to be pretty spacious.
One thing we really appreciated was that every time we came in or out of the grounds there was someone in the ranger station. Rangers always came out and said hi.
Too bad the lake is non existent in this area. I'm sure the lack of the lake is affecting the amount of usage this park gets. - Kgtraveler
Feb 2015 - $3.00
WARNING FOR DIRECTIONS: This is not the same as Lake Medina RV Park and your GPS may take you to the wrong one. This is Medina Lake RV and Camping Resort at 215 Spettle Road.
Very nice park. The deer, including a buck, wander around all the time. The Activities Center is huge! WiFi is free and adequate (but slow). You might get it from your site if you are in F 33-39. Pool is pretty far from the campsites. Lots of wooded campsites. 50 amp is $3 extra. Very clean. Very nice. - sfrantz