25 Parks near Medina, Texas
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
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
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
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
Apr 2016 - $20.00
This campground would be good for an overnighter, but it's 5 miles from town and 10 miles from I-10. We stayed two nights. The site we had (#2) was very unlevel, but sites closer to the road look much better. They advertise cable TV, but there are limited channels. The laundry room is very narrow, but it does have a table for folding clothes, an iron, and a chair for you to sit on while you wait for your clothes to get done. There are 6 washers ($1.50) and 8 dryers ($1.50). Everyone at the campground was very nice. - mrpeepers
Mar 2016 - $10.00
A nice resort park that was undergoing major updates to their facilities. They were adding a number of rental cabins. The sites are adequate in size and the park was quiet. Well outside Kerrville, it is still an easy drive. A locked automatic gate provides security and the combination is provided when you check in. Cable is actually 12 stations provided by Dish network. WiFi worked well at our site. We would stay here again. - Lakewood90
Nov 2015 - $18.00
Owner was helpful by phone for after hours check-in. Paid next morning. Office lady not friendly. We used nice laundry, few cardio machines in exercise room. Very noisy area with lots of traffic on highway. Garbage dumpster overflowing. Would have stayed a 3rd day but office lady wouldn't allow Passport America rate even though park mostly empty and we asked for manager to discuss. - IowaGirl
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a muni gov operated city park on a great location of the Guadalupe River. Kind of a hidden gem. We like #215 for our Scamp 19.
Limited WiFi, no cable but TV from San Antonio and AT&T LTE for your own hotspot. - Bobnjudy
Mar 2016 - $19.00
We stayed in Sycamore loop, the 50 amp sites. Road noise minimum. Paved interior roads and sites. Covered picnic table. Water and Electric on passenger side of rig, but easy to plug in. Very close to the Guadalupe River. Easy 5 mile drive to I10. We stayed in a motor home. No WIFI or cable. - runamuka
Feb 2014 - $28.00
Stayed 4 days, but didn't use restrooms or showers. However, outside of buildings are fairly new. 50 Amp FHU site, but the water and electric are on the wrong side so had to run the cord and hose under MH. Nice covered picnic table at each site. Nice city park on the River. Fairly Quiet even with highway close by. Only 5 other campers here. We would stay again. - FTatcret2013
May 2016 - $19.00
Really nice park with the river view and peace. Wished I could stay just to enjoy the peacefulness and beauty of this river area. We were here for an overnight stay and it was a great one. Lots of areas to take your dog walking or even swimming in the lake. Loved the birds and the river. Did not use facilities since they were at the clubhouse too far from our site. Nice clean pool by appearance and the clubhouse was beautiful. - rvjubilee
Apr 2016 - $16.00
Nice staff. Spacious, shaded grass premium sites with picnic table, good WIFI, cable has limited channels. On the Guadalupe River. Large property with walking paths good birding. Concrete interior roads. Excellent tamales can be ordered at office. Quiet. - runamuka
Mar 2016 - $34.00
Family owned park. We have been coming here for about 6 years. It is quiet and clean. The river has shallow area of water for little ones and deeper water for fishing and swimming. Very Close spacing with grass site and picnic table. - Jetandnoche
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
Kerrville, Texas (map) | (830) 367-5676
Sites: 253 | Latest Rate: $18.00 | 90 Reviews
Jun 2016 - $18.00
We've been coming to Guadalupe River RV Resort for years and enjoyed their amenities, to include the adult pool and listening to bands/karaoke at DT's Saloon. Since Yogi took over ALL the pools are now "Family Friendly." We have kids and grandkids and enjoyed pool time with them in the kids' pool, but it was nice to have the adult pool to talk with other guests, trade stories and relax; now lots of splashing, yelling, etc. (and former adult pool water isn't as clean as it used to be). We've heard there will be water slides put in both pools. The Saloon has been closed for nearly a month, and so the bands and karaoke have not been there as well.
Additionally, the new basketball court is in the blazing sun by the highway, and the bounce pad is 3' off the ground with no protection around it.
Long-term (month to month) RV renting is not allowed any longer between April-September and rates have increased. Who know what will happen to long-term regulars in the future.
Also, since they will be charging non-guests a daily rate of $15/each to enjoy their putt-putt, pools, and other kiddie-amenities ... wrist bands are now mandatory for RV/Cabin renters to wear at all times. We noticed they purchased a lot of golf carts, so like their Canyon Lake Yogi Park; we will probably not be able to bring our own golf carts soon and have to rent theirs. We have cancelled our July/August reservations at Yogi's and relocated to another park in Bandera because of all these changes. Noticed several other regulars and large groups have cancelled and changed parks as well. Sad to see the new Yogi owner couldn't of made appropriate changes so that BOTH kids and grown-ups could enjoy the park. - ALively
Jun 2016 - $48.00
Spent four days as the start of our annual summer trip. The park is in the process of changing to a Yogi Bear Jellystone park, but not all activities are in place yet. Recommend calling ahead if looking for Jellystone amenities. Sites are asphalt, level, and reasonably spaced. The park is on the Guadalupe River with plenty of green space along the river. Staff was friendly/helpful. We camp here at least once/year. We camped in a Motorhome. - TxDiver
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Stayed 3 nights, park is in transition to Yogi Bear Campgrounds, so this is a family park with kids activities being implemented. Arrived on a Thursday and it started filling up on Friday. Great place for pets with plenty of space along river to walk pets. No charge on cable, however, some channels would not work. Only 3 channels on antenna. Could not log onto wifi even though its free. Did not work with my Ipad. - StormGuy
May 2016 - $15.00
Park is located on the Guadalupe River. Basic park, but fine for an overnight stay. Mostly long term residents and weekend "cabins". Gravel sites with picnic tables. No wifi but good cable tv. The office is not in the park, but three doors north in the old town. Rate is PGA rate. - RCH
Dec 2015 - $15.00
This park backs onto the river (which is beautiful), and is in a small eclectic area of Ingram, in the Old Loop. A bit of a drive to get in and out off the I-10 but scenic and the roads were fine. The owners were extremely pleasant and helpful. We had to hunt a bit for the office, which was outside the park just down the street (inside the 3rd building). We have a 40' fifth wheel with 5 slides. It was tight to maneuver into the park, but we got into our pull thru spot just fine and felt very secure for the night. The cable was great. No WiFi. Mostly full time residents we assume. We would definitely stay here again. - roamintravelers
Jan 2015 - $15.00
Great for an overnight stay or a few days. We have family in the area. Rustic shopping is right there. Road work in progress right now. River view. No rest room facilities. I would stay again. - M.Register
Mar 2013 - $22.00
BEWARE of the tree overhanging the main road that is too low for large rigs. This park is definitely not big rig friendly even though the owner assured me when I made a reservation that there would be no problem for our size unit. We have a 37' fifth wheel and the tree overhanging the main road put an 11 foot tear in our roof. All but two of the sites appeared to be occupied by permanent residents. Some of the trailers were quite old. The bathrooms were old and not very clean. The 50 amp plug at our site did not work so we had to use the 30 amp plug. The cable wires along the back of the sites are very low and was laying on top of our roof. Many trees and large rocks at entrance to the sites make these sites very difficult to get into. This park seems to be for permanent residents. We would NEVER camp here again!!!! - krb
Nov 2011 - $23.00
Price based on weekly rate. You don't get pools, playgrounds, river access etc. What you do get are a paved road, paved, level sites, small patio, good 50 amp, Wi-Fi and cable. I thought sites were on the smallish side. I'd guess about half the sites are taken up by long-term folks, and of whats left, not many would take a big rig so be sure to call ahead. Rocks, some large enough to do damage are used to mark site entrances so you need to be careful. Good laundry area, bath/shower not too visually appealing because of age but it was clean. Obvious effort made to keep the place up. Nice folks too. With prevailing rates in the area its a deal if you don't need recreational amenities. - fulltimer121