27 RV Parks near Medina, Texas
Oct 2017 - $10.00
First I will say: This is a beautiful setting and a really nice RV park with good facilities. Our rate was based on a month. It is located about 18 miles south of Kerrville and 8 miles north of Medina.
However, we would suggest not coming in from the north. Pulling your RV down highway 16 rom Kerrville would be a challenge, especially for a big rig. It is one curvy, hilly road! We intentionally went out of our way to come in from the south, and were glad we did. Would go so far as to say, driving thru the Rockies wasn't any worse.
A negative to some/positive for others: no cell service and no Verizon mifi service. The park does have free wifi and it is about the best I have ever found in any rv park. My phone and Consumer Cellular service does not have wifi calling capabilities, which is what is needed for most visitors. We were here a month and found not having cell phone service a little inconvenient. Cable tv was fine.
Another thing that is a neg/pos: those same curvy/hilly roads are loved by motorcyclists. Many stay in the very nice cabins that the park has to rent. Nothing against cyclists, but be ready to hear them coming and going at all hours. They don't think about the "quiet" time of 10pm to 8am.
If not for these 2 things, I would give this park a resounding 10. The staff are super nice. They have a restaurant, the Koyote Grill, which has great burgers and pizza, and on Fridays a fish/chic tender buffet that was excellent. The camp store sells basics.
Roadways in the park are very adequate. The sites are level, long and wide with packed gravel, concrete patios, picnic table, fire-ring. There is parking space for an extra car. Good utility hookups. Great dog area. Beautiful walking/hiking trails and one of the prettiest pool and patio areas I have seen. So, even with the little inconvenience and bike noise, we like this park and would go back. - JudynJoe
Sep 2017 - $59.00
We had a great time here Medina Highpoint. My wife and our 8 year old son spent Labor Day Weekend as guests this year. The staff is fantastic along with a good rotation of live music and food options at the restaurant. Outdoor music stage with tables and a view that is intoxicating. Spacious park and the RV portion was nice. Stayed in pull through with all the necessary hookups. Could use some more shade trees, but view all around is the trade-off. We spent a lot of time at the pool and hiked to the two observation decks. Killer views! We'll be back & the only reason for the 9 and not 10 stars, is to leave room to keep getting better:).Wi-Fi is weak out here, which if you plan to be outdoors the whole time is great, but i needed to do some work while there and had a hard time getting a very strong Wi-Fi signal and there is zero phone service out where so know that ahead of time, so you are not surprised. Manager and the staff are all awesome! Thanks for a great long weekend!We'll be back! - cbpierce69
Jul 2016 - $13.00
Stayed for the first time last week in site for back-in against the hill.
The views are tremendous and wildlife galore. In the morning, watching the herds of deer walking through the park was fantastic. Beautiful area to take lots of dog walks. The Friday night catfish dinner good, but the cook got sick and apparently not much of a back up system in place for this. So we made the 60 minute round-trip drive to Bandera and bought our barbeque provisions for Saturday night dinner. At outdoor music area/stage, in the heat of dusk, employee poured a lot of gas on the open fire-pit (by the stage) and lit it----needless to say it was smoky, nauseating and we had to move. Infinity pool was packed with big family groups and pretty dirty, but refreshing. Would like to try this place in cooler weather, because very little shade where most RVs park.
There is minimal cell coverage at this park, but staff will get a message to you from their toll-free #, if necessary. Manager and office staff great! - ALively
Sep 2017 - $17.00
First off, I did like this park. The front desk staff was very friendly and they had some nice lounging areas and fenced in dog areas. The site was the most un-level I have ever been to! I felt like my travel trailer was sitting on the curve of a basketball. I had to use boulders to be able to lower my jack stands which made me very uncomfortable. The fishing area is a mess, barely any water to fish and completely overgrown with long grass. Otherwise, the park was very quiet and I did enjoy my stay after I made sure my TT wouldn't roll off my site. The WIFI worked well (not many people were using the park) and I got a signal on AT&T. They are discontinuing Passport America this month so I'm not sure I will be back to this park. - oklahoma28
Feb 2016 - $11.00
Our rate is based on a monthly stay. We loved this park! It is set in the hill country and is convenient to all the nearby state parks and Fredericksburg and Bandera.
Our site was level and shaded. There is a dog run as well as a nature trail for walking the dog. There is also a large off leash area by the river.
The only thing that kept me from rating this park a 10 was the so so wifi and only 4 washer/dryers. - Retiredandontheroad
Jan 2016 - $30.00
This park is probably the best RV park that I have ever been a guest of. The managers and staff are friendly and professional people. To enjoy the beautiful Texas Hill country, this park is located in the best location and affords the best of Texas country and without the normal noises of city locations. The facilities are fantastic and very affordable for short term or longer term stays. - robert tyson
Oct 2017 - $23.00
The better sites are at least 3 or 4 rows away from highway. Highway is pretty quiet at night so for one night stand it probably won't matter. Sites are modestly level, big motorhomes may end up with blocks. Well cared for strip of grass between sites - most have a tree at the front that will not block roof mounted SAT antennas. Utilities well located & steady. Every site has a mail slot in the office, so if you stay long enough this is a good place to let your mail catch up with you. Another plus for longer stays is special passwords for high speed wifi - suitable for Netflix and other streaming services. Std free wifi was doable but very slow at peak times. Overall appearance of park is tidy and neat. Coded entry gate for access to park after hours for better than average security. Seems rules are enforced - except speeding. A big plus for this park IMO is for bike riders - VERY wide (usually 6 ft or more) and clean shoulder on the highway in front of park. Slightly rolling hills and the wide shoulder make for a good workout, relatively safe and scenic ride. The chip seal shoulders might be a bit rough for road bikes with narrow high pressure tires. My 2 inch small block 8 tires made for a smooth and quiet ride. Don't know if sand burrs mentioned previously are seasonal or not but they were not a problem during our stay I even went barefoot on our grass. - ctpres
Oct 2017 - $28.00
The cost was based on a one week stay. We found the folks at the park very friendly and accommodating and we very much enjoyed our stay. It's a very nice well maintained park and our site was fairly level with our jacks able to compensate. It's out in the country fairly near Kerrville. - Ron Phillips
Apr 2017 - $23.00
Points are for the pull through site being long enough that we didn't have to unhook the truck and there was room for my car and trailer I use to pull our 4 wheel bicycle. The price reflects Passport America. I would have been very upset if we had paid full price. Free Satellite TV is listed in the amenities. It is 12 channels and in my opinion does not qualify as an amenity. Free Wifi is also listed. Sorry, .39mbps is only dismal service. Having to wait 5 minutes to get a result from a search is not worth the effort. There is indeed much road noise and the location is farther out if town than we would have preferred. There are better options in Kerrville. We would not stay here again. - Patmo13
Aug 2017 - $26.00
WOW - what a great campground in a municipal park! Two weeks prior, we made reservations through the Park website where we were able to select our exact camp site. We arrived right before 1pm on a Friday and was processed quickly and given directions to Deer Field Loop,, which is on the other side of Bandera Highway, not next to the Guadalupe River, and thru a closed gate requiring an access code. Deer Field Loop is only pull-thru sites with full hook ups. There is no cable or wifi. Very level asphalt sites, concrete picnic table, fire ring, partial shade and utility hook-ups close to each site that were in good condition. Sites had very good distance from the next site. There were 4 other RVs in this loop during this weekend and a couple tents and pop-ups in the nearby camping area, so it was very quiet the entire weekend. We did not hear any noise from Highway 173, but we did notice this Park is on the approach pattern for the Kerrville Municipal Airport, so the low-flying aircraft/helicopters were interesting. Loved having the deer roaming around in the mornings and evenings. I suppose the 100 degree weather kept campers away. Even though we didn't use the public restrooms/showers, we did a quick walk thru to see the condition and they appeared to be very clean except for the moldy shower curtain in the women's shower. I would of rated this "excellent", but the concrete picnic table was approximately 50 feet from our RV in a grassy, full sun area and it was unmovable and therefore not useable. - napunani
May 2017 - $28.00
Former state park now run by the city. Nicely spaced asphalt sites. Riverside area has significant car noise from two sides. Not a problem at night. Only complaint is the oddly located utility hook ups. Water and power on one side, sewer on other in Sycamore loop. In other loops they were on same side but sewer very far away. That being said, we will return. - rockhill
Mar 2017 - $28.00
This review is for the Riverside Campground, along the Guadalupe River. Clean, quiet, campground run by the City of Kerrville. Good, paved interior roads. Site are half-circle pull-throughs along campground loop. We stayed in Sycamore Circle; 50-amp, full hookup, roomy sites with grass, trees, a river view, and nearby river access. This is a very nice park; we will definitely stay here again. - FranM
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This RV Campground is for the most part permanent residents, however, they also have short term camping sites as well. The pull-through sites have 50 & 30 amps available. Each site has cable TV and free WiFi. The WiFi is weak during peak hours but it still works. And all of the pull-through sites are shaded. A club house with very clean restroom, showers, kitchen, game room and a library is also available. The people are super friendly which makes this a very attractive spot for campers. My wife and I will be returning to this campground in the future. - W Byington
May 2017 - $9.00
Just had a very pleasant stay here. It's 1st rate clean, quiet and very well kept. There's ample shopping nearby and some good food to be found. There's even a public walking path in close proximity that runs about 3 mi along the river. I will readily be back and highly recommend. It's one of the best parks I've stayed at and an excellent rate of $285/mo plus elec which is low -no more than 12c/kwh. - 2 maybe 3 eagles
Nov 2016 - $15.00
Very friendly and helpful staffer in the office. Made registration quick and easy. We had a nice shady site but leaves are falling in Texas and wish we had slide covers because we had lots of wet leaves that needed to be cleaned off! But that being said this is a nicely cared for and very friendly park. It is a mixture of full timers in mobile homes that take lots of pride in their spaces. And the rv section was very nice and neat. Good electric but too much water pressure-had to use the reducer. There were some low hanging branches and spouse mentioned it to the maintenance fellows and they offered to cut them down, but we opted to back out of our pull through space. We will definitely stay here again. - Rick & Karen
Sep 2016 - $20.00
After driving miles and miles through oil country, arriving at this campground was a delight. Our site looked out over the river from the huge shady site. This is a great location for seeing the Hill Country of Texas, and we enjoyed the local area as well. - pbnana4
Sep 2016 - $44.00
First impression when we arrived was to immediately see the park was not very well maintained. Despite this we checked in hoping the rest of the park would afford more care. Friendly lady checked us in, gave map of park and wished us a nice stay. We found our site and were sadly disappointed. The grounds are not maintained, various pieces of junk and equipment were everywhere, lot of full timers, river-side premium site was instead a gravelly and dirt view of a swamp and hook ups were very outdated. We did not even stay one night. The RV sites are in need of updating and just general maintenance. Tent camping area looked much more maintained. Again friendly lady understood our concerns and refunded us. VERY rude gentleman in office was insulting us and would not even talk to your face. - KellerKamper
Sep 2016 - $44.00
I was here for an overnight, but pleased with what I got. I thought the price was a bit high considering all of the campground competition in this Texas Hill Country area that offer similar amenities and facilities for less money. And for that reason alone, I would not return. If you are assigned a suitable pull thru site, you will not have to unhook the tow. You can get unobstructed sat signals There is plenty of space between each site. All of the utilities worked well, but I did not check WiFi. - RLM
Feb 2016 - $34.00
The pull through sites were narrow and near highway, but were on asphalt and hookups were convenient. Wi-fi reception was sporadic at peak times. The facilities were very good: hot tub, swimming pool and large recreation room. The bathroom was spacious and the shower was as good as the one I have at home. Access to site would be tight for larger rigs, but we only have a 21 foot travel trailer and had no problem negotiating the turns. - Bart1979
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 2017 - $30.00
Newer park still adding on. Sites were sealed and chipped. Lots of parking space at my site. Wide roads also sealed and chipped. Lots of full timers all friendly and no junkers. All the people that worked there went out of their way to be friendly and helpful. We have stayed at several rv parks in Kerrville and they had by far the best WiFi of any. AT&T also good. We stayed here in a 5th wheel toyhauler. My rate was a weekly rate. - Texas2
Oct 2017 - $35.00
This is a new park, less than a year old. They are just finishing amenities for "winter Texans". They have a separate area for work campers and we were not bothered by early morning workers. The campground is covered in irrigated grass and is very nice. We did not use wifi or amenities. We would stay here again. - B-J-fulltime
Oct 2017 - $35.00
This is a brand new park with wide spacious paved sites that have concrete patios and picnic tables. The entire area (acres of it) other than the wide streets is covered in mowed grass (no stickers). Not many trees, but the sites are situated so that the patio side of your RV is not in the afternoon sun (at least in Oct.) which helps provide shade. There is a large beautiful, mowed river front that I guess will be further landscaped. At this time, there are only 98 of the planned 240 sites usable, but they were able to place our 3 rigs together. I was told that they hope to start on the rest of the sites soon and that there will be a fenced dog park also and what looks like a second swimming pool. Another great feature of this park is it's location, just east of the Kerrville airport off Highway 27 which makes it approximately 25 miles or less from the tourist towns of Bandera, Boerne, Comfort, Fredericksburg, Kerrville, Medina and even Camp Verde. DO NOT DEPEND ON YOUR GPS to help you locate this park as you will only get frustrated. On Highway 27, east of the airport and west of Center Point, turn on to Southerland Rd by the "green porta potty" storage lot and go till it dead ends. Make a sharp right turn onto Center Point River Road and go approx 1/4 mile. You will find the park entrance on your right. We camped here in a 5th wheel, and I highly recommend anyone wanting to visit the Kerrville area to give this park a try. - Chippendale
Sites: 253 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 102 Reviews
Dec 2017 - $50.00
Right on the Guadalupe River, but you can't really see it from your site. Take a walk down the nature path - it's about a 1-mile loop. We don't have kids, so we didn't check on all those activities. Showers and restrooms were clean. Site needed some leveling side-to-side. Very long asphalt site. Concrete patio. Very quiet when we were there in December. Verizon cell service good at campground, spotty in some other areas of Kerrville. Satellite good. Small store (Ranger station) on-site. Lots to do in town. - Quartermoon
Aug 2017 - $61.00
We were there this weekend during Hurricane Harvey and it was quiet and rainy, so we didn't swim or use water park, but is a great park. Our 4th visit and 3rd since it became a Jellystone. Staff are all awesome. I marked our overall rating as 9, versus 10 because of the check in experience. The gal who walked us through our checkin info was obviously bored or not happy with her job and honestly - I could not understand a word she said, but that was small potatoes. All in all a great experience again and we'll be back. Cheers. - cbpierce69
Jul 2017 - $113.00
Red carpet riverfront site - tight quarters but easy access to river and play areas for kids. Could never get any TV channels but not most important thing to us. Kids loved water park and fishing in river. Beware of water moccasins though. - SDSaylor
Nov 2017 - $16.00
Nice small private RV park. Gravel roads with level back in and pull thru sites with full hook ups. Lots of trees and grass between sites and overlooking a river. Elec and water pressure good. Good Verizon cell and 4G signal. Cable TV. Owner friendly and helpful. Park clean and well maintained, but no facilities. Difficult to find. Entrance to park on Old Ingram road, but RV park office 100 feet away in a small office building. Will stay there again. Passport America $16 CASH only. - Pepper Dan
Feb 2017 - $15.00
We are in a 36 foot fifth wheel, the GPS brought us to the entrance to the park but in order to register you need to walk back 3 buildings to the office. No big deal though, the owners are very easy going, cash only using PA discount. Cable was free and it worked fine, no antenna TV available here. We stayed in site 16 which is a pull through just long enough for my rig with 30 amp service. The grounds are kept clean and maintained, the other campers/residents are nice and quiet. Water pressure is good. We stayed 3 nights, and I would do it again. - Diablo
Aug 2016 - $15.00
We have stayed here before. We have family in the area so this suits us just fine. )See my review from Jan 2015.)
Road work is completed. Quiet park and nice view of the river. No facilities. Most of the park is filled with long term residents. We stayed in site 11 a pull thru 50 AMP/W/S. We are 40 ft. - M.Register