2 Parks near Medina, Texas
Apr 2014 - $10.00
This is a good base camp for exploring the Hill Country. Sites are good-sized and mostly level. You can have shade or sun. The manager was very nice and accommodating. It was very quiet at night. Some highway noise during the day, but you will have that anywhere in Hill Country. They are motorcycle-friendly, even let me park under cover when hail was forecast. There is a large rec hall with a nice lounge and small but functional laundry on one end, also a large covered open-air area for group events or meals. Looks like they have a nice setup for horse events, too. Along the river there are horse pens with water available and lots of space for parking trailers. No hookups in that area, though. We had no Verizon voice or data service here. Campground Wifi worked OK most of the time, but was not always there. A real bargain at the monthly rate, which starts to be the best deal at about 2 weeks. - JA1800
Mar 2014 - $11.00
This park is a gem in the hill country. Quiet, friendly, and managed by wonderful people. They added a fenced area for dogs and lots of area to walk in. Rate reflects monthly rate. Phone service AT&T was usable from our site and also our Wi-Fi. The park just improved their Wi-Fi and it worked fine. Monthly price included electricity, Wi-Fi,and cable. We will be back. - CarverFam
Jul 2012 - $10.00
The rate reflected is the monthly rate. My wife works as the pottery instructor at a children's summer camp in Medina, Texas. The camp management made arrangements for her to live in our 5th wheel at HC RV Resort during the duration of the camp. She and I were both impressed with the friendliness of the staff, the cleanliness of the facilities, and the fact that it was more like a state park than a commercial campground. Most commercial parks are asphalt and hook-ups. Here were trees, birds, deer, and large shaded sites. They have a huge kitchen area and dance hall/meeting area for family reunions. If the opportunity presents itself next summer, we will be back at HC RV Resort. - User2053
Aug 2015 - $50.00
This is a large resort that has not only rv sites but cabins of varying sizes as well as a very large house that serves as a bed and breakfast. We enjoyed our stay and plan to return for a longer one.
Check in at the office was quick and easy. Staff was friendly. Reservation process was ok, but they do not have an online reservation system. For such a modern campground owned by a larger company this is surprising.
The camp store sold a variety of items including ice and fuel. There is also a restaurant on site. We did not try it since we had other plans for our meals during our say.
RV sites are spacious and include a picnic table and firepit. They have concrete patios as well as some grassy areas and an area with gravel. Sites look mostly level. Ours was on the very end of the pull through sites (211) and was not the most level site. In fact our front left jack was maxed out when we got our rv leveled up. The trees near the RV sites are mostly smaller and provide little shade.
Wifi is great. There are many boosters throughout the park.
No noise from the highway but, this area is frequented by bikers, many of whom stay at this resort so there is periodic noise from bikers coming in and out of the park.
Pets are allowed and they provide a pet area down the hill from the park. There are lots of deer roaming the grounds at night so definitely keep your dogs on leash to keep them from running off after a deer.
Nice amenities including a large pool and hot tub. When we were there a very large family had rented out the large house next to the pool. They pretty much took over the pool area so it was not the most relaxing experience for us. Not sure how often that house or the nearby cabins are fully occupied but if it's often, maybe they will build a separate pool area for rv guests at some point.
Nice ~1 mile hiking trail on property that goes to an observation deck. - jvkATX
Jul 2015 - $44.00
Nice resort. Restaurant on site was good. Store is well stocked. Wi-Fi worked well. Cable TV was decent. Utilities were fine. Resort is in good condition. Site has a nice concrete patio with picnic table. Pool area is really nice. Park was not full over the 4th of July weekend. Tons of motorcycles on site, operating "mostly" respectfully from a noise standpoint. The gravel areas could use some weed control, dogs picked up some grass burs in our site. Resort employees were nice. - KeystoneTT
Feb 2015 - $350.00
We very much enjoyed our stay here. Very nice people and nice, smaller campground. February was pretty quiet with not all the sites full and very few in the cabins. Mostly retirees with a lot of motorcycles but very quiet. The rec room has frequent activities if you're interested. The grill is very good with a nice catfish fry on Fridays and really good pizza on Saturday that they will bring to your camper. The pool area is very clean. Beautiful scenery and a nice rugged trail to walk. It would be nice if the store had some staples like milk and bread but it does have wine and beer. They pick up garbage a couple of times a day which is really nice. The laundry facilities are small, only four washers and dryers and when we were there one of the washers didn't work. There is a nice big laundromat in Kerrville which is what we chose to do. Happy hours happen almost overnight and everyone is very welcoming. Great motorcycling in the area. We will definitely go back. - John and Mary