31 Parks near Seguin, Texas
Jul 2009 - $30.00
Park owners are very helpful and friendly. The main problem with this park is that there are too many junky permanent residents. The marina is really just a beer joint for the locals as it sits in a neighborhood, but it was very clean and newly constructed. The owner cooks up a really great cheeseburger! There were some intoxicated troublemakers swimming and drinking with loud music next door, but they finally went away at dusk. Not sure that they were residents. The grounds are shady and beautiful and the owners are working hard, but they need to get rid of the rowdy alcohol crowd and create a more mainstream RV park atmosphere if this is their intention. - flyingvranch
Feb 2009 - $30.00
The owners were very friendly. With that said: the bar on the property can be very noisy, with intoxicated people roaming about. I fished quite a lot and never had a bite. Would be an alright overnight stop if you could get near the water and away from the bar. - JPL
Oct 2015 - $33.00
We stay at this park several times during the year whenever we visit the Seguin/New Braunfels area. It is right on the banks of the Guadalupe River. There are nice trees and grass, with ducks and squirrels, and fishing. It is one of our favorite parks. Management is super nice. The bathrooms and laundry are older but they are clean and adequate. There are a lot of permanent residents, but the park is quiet and safe, and well maintained. - johnanann
Aug 2015 - $350.00
Quiet, laid-back atmosphere. Beautiful shade trees down by the Guadalupe River. Great for fishing. I wish they had a swimming pool and/or area for swimming on the river. - AJ and JJ
Aug 2014 - $33.00
We had a narrow gravel site with a small concrete patio. It appears that the park has many long-term and/or weekend residents. Campground is built on a slight hill next to the river, but sites are carved out of the hills and we had no trouble leveling our motorhome. Free WiFi and good cable selection. - Dreaming
Nov 2009 - $30.00
This is the second time we stayed here. The owner is very helpful and friendly . If you like to fish for bass this is the place: catch and release only. They don't have public bathrooms or showers yet, but they are in the plans for the future. - JPL
Mar 2009 - $30.00
This was a brand new park when we visited . We came for a week and for $225 we stayed for the month. They have a great fishing pond stocked with bass, perch, and catfish; catch and release only. They have stores nearby and laundry a quarter mile down the road. Owners are very friendly and great helping the kids fish. - JPL
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Very small, off the wall RV park. Lady was extremely nice and helpful. Nothing fancy, but great for overnight stay! Lot spacing was very close with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was dirt and featured a patio. - Unlvrn
Apr 2013 - $15.00
Friendly staff in a worn-out park. Sites level, however. Laundromat is iffy due to the problems with one of the two washers; as per the lady who checked us in. Cash or check only. RV parts and accessories available nearby. Good for an overnight, but not much more. - Red Wolf Deux
Sep 2011 - $15.00
The people are very kind and friendly and helpful. They are down to earth and I didn't even feel the need to lock the compartments or bike and scooter and nothing was bothered. Good people that look out for even the over nighter. If you have a trike there is a trike shop here. We stayed 2 nights and went to the river and Alamo in San Antino. Not fancy but we really liked it. - User2217
Feb 2017 - $28.00
The park is under the Interstate, so although there is highway noise, it was white noise for us and didn't affect our stay here. The park is clean and staff were friendly and helpful. You are about 10 minutes away from historic Greune. - dbfay
Jan 2017 - $25.00
This really is an excellent campground, small, & slightly tight, but not bad. Sites are concrete pads & level. Nice river view. The only reason I gave it 5 stars, is that it's right under I-35 and VERY noisy with the traffic. I had to sleep with ear plugs in. Might stay here again, but will look for something quieter. - olcoon
Aug 2016 - $55.00
Stayed here many times. Stayed in the premium spaces next to water. Great location, premium spot is exceptional. New owner and new management. This is a good thing. - SBJ
Jan 2017 - $27.00
We were assigned a nice level long gravel pull-thru on top of the hill. There was a paved patio, picnic table and grassy strip on both sides. The site was accessed by nice wide paved roads. There was a wifi antenna adjacent to our site resulting in great service. There was about 40 channels of cable tv although the over-the-air channels were clearer. As a dog owner, the light inside the fenced dog park was wonderful. The large private shower rooms were very clean. Garbage disposal was great in the well placed dumsters. The outdoor pool was warm and the hot tub was hot. Rate was with Passport America. Wonderful Bargain! - Markk
Nov 2016 - $49.00
This campground is very large and has many resident campers and many trailers for those who vacation/weekend here. The roads were tight and difficult entries for larger motorhomes. Sites were quite small. It is easy to get to and from I-10 if you travel around San Antonio. In our 45' motorhome we would not be inclined to stay here again. That being said, once we were in our site the utilities worked, but wifi was slow and weak. - 4 Aussies
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Under new ownership but nothing has been done to update this park. Advertised as a Resort with lots of ground toys and several pools; it is a poor mans resort, but way over priced at normal rate of $59 per night. This rate of $35 was rally rate. I would estimate over 70% are full timers in trailers with many sites over crowded with "Stuff". The rec rooms are clean and some degree of updating has been done but they charge for use of them; rates escalate/ triple when there is a event in New Braunfels like Wurstfest. I saw no security anywhere at night and the park has several entrances and lots of car traffic due to so many full timers living there with multiple cars. Best thing about this park is location if you want to visit the quaint town. Newly updated Cable boxes and we received many channels from San Antonio via roof top antenna. We also had Directv. Gravel sites. Strong wifi.
This park is not a resort, but an over crowded parking lot with some trees and asphalt roads that need leveling and updating. Park clean but dated. Staff very nice. - Oooooooo
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This park is located on the Comal River. There are sites on the river and up on the hill. Wifi was great on the hill, didn't try it by the river. Cable tv was great. Road conditions are terrible. All the employees were amazing, except for the asst manager (older white man). We asked for a picnic table, one was delivered asap. One night late, we started laundry and next day, went to dry it and the laundry was accidentally locked, so we couldn't get in. The maintenance man dried our laundry and folded and put it at our site while we were off at the river. One lady in the office is super nice as well as the other lady in the office. They had just redone the restrooms and showers and they were excellent.
There is an awesome pavilion on the hill over looking the river. We really enjoyed sitting there and relaxing. They do have some permanent residents. We meet some of them and they were really nice. I would say that weather and the older man were our only issues. If you want to do the Comal trip, be sure to get back on the river by 4-4:30, a few minutes late and you are floating again. The weather was terrible the entire week we were here, and I would have appreciated if that grumpy old man would have just been 15 minutes more flexible. Other than that, we will stay again, will avoid his non customer service self and enjoy another trip. If you rent the pavilion, they have a great smoker that you can use. The washer and dryers are very convenient as well. Get a pull thru site if you have a long trailer, we had to move the last night and had issues backing into spot with our 30 ft trailer. - Cypressaggie
Feb 2013 - $20.00
40 ft RV and toad. Had to disconnect so the toad did not stick out in the road. No Wi-Fi detected. Great restaurants in the area. Did not use public bathrooms. Just a basic place to stay overnight and not fancy or any amenities. People come to float the river in inner tubes. Yes trains are fifteen to sixty yards away. Run the a/c fan to screen the noise or stay down by the river. - Navychop
Oct 2009 - $20.00
Horrible, horrible, horrible is the only word to describe this campground (if anyone would even call this a campground!)!! First of all it is in a horrible location in New Braunfels, TX. You have to drive all over the city to get down into the area where they are located (WARNING: there is a bridge that only has an 11FT clearance on the way to the park)! It took us over 2 hours to FIND the place then another 3 hours trying to find someone to help us set up a reservation! Finally once someone did come to "help" (a Workamper that had NO CLUE what she was talking about) she couldn't answer most of our questions! She flip flopped her stories about how much the rate was per night then couldn't answer us on how much a monthly rate was. They don't offer a weekly rate. After she stared at her computer screen, which seemed for hours, she finally told us we owe $60 for TWO nights during OFF season! I then explained that we only wanted TWO nights (like I originally stated) but for some reason she just couldn't figure out on her calendar of how to change the dates! Then her rate she quoted us first was $15/night then jumped up to $20/night! A Wal-Mart parking lot is MUCH more pleasant than this place. There are SEVERAL LOUD TRAINS that go blaring past the park - VERY VERY LOUD and constant...all day...all night! I could post more but I think you get the drift of what this place is. Keep in mind this place does flood! On a positive note it is located on Comal River. Crystal clear water and excellent for tubing and fishing. There are many beautiful campgrounds in this area of Texas - this just so happens to NOT be one of them. The people there (that live there and work there) are very rude and not helpful! Move on down the road and give your money to a campground that wants to welcome you with open arms! I normally would never post anything negative or rude but I believe that people need to be aware of the truth! - Legacy
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here about a year and a half ago. Since then it's become a self-service park. We paid $40.00 for a gravel pull through. Unfortunately the site was not level, ended up with wheels off the ground on one side. Supposed to be free wifi. Still looking for it. Cable was adequate. I believe this place is over priced and will not be back. - cameocamper
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a most interestingly-run park. It's self-service. There is nobody in the office (at least at any time during our 5-day stay) and a phone call gets an answering machine, although once a lady did answer. There is a box outside the office for you to take a form, fill it out, and put it with a check (no credit cards) in an envelope, then deposit it in a slit in the box. So if you don't have any questions or need help or recommendations for local restaurants, shops, hospitals, repair shops, etc. I guess that's fine.
There are also signs throughout the park and club house indicating there is a problem with theft and to lock up your belongings. While we were here, one man said his water regulator was stolen overnight. And signs in the restrooms say do not make a mess because there is nobody to clean the restrooms. Just a different kind of place.
The park itself is nice, several shade trees and wide sites. It's right on an Interstate hwy., but noise was not a problem inside the rig with our A/C running. Convenient location between San Marcos (Outlet Malls) and New Braunfels (Camping World). 50 amp electric service is sometimes questionable. - retired rover
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Only accepts cash or a check, no discounts. We made reservation by phone a few days before and was directed to one of 3 possible open sites. We did show up in the evening, filled out an envelope w/ our details and site number, placed a check inside and dropped in a night drop box. We never saw anyone at the office, but during our stay, we did not need anything else. Nice older park with lots of shad trees and some shrubs for privacy. Interior roads are paved, most sites have a concrete pad under RV (w/ gravel ramps leading to and from pads) with a concrete patio and picnic table. Power and water were great. Even thought its between railroad tracks and the interstate - the noise was not a problem. We will be back and stay again when in the area. Thanks and safe travels!!! - KenTravels
Aug 2016 - $60.00
This park has the potential to be great. The problem is with their insistence to cram people, RVs, and vehicles on every inch of space they have and the never ending revolving door day use that the park allows. They allow way too many people and cars into the park on the weekends, I know this is a huge cash cow for them, but it is beyond too-crowded. People and cars everywhere. And they are obviously not re-investing the abundance of day fees on fixing up and taking care of the park. The roads in and about the property are in horrible shape. The bath houses are deplorable...of course they are used by a thousand day people on busy days. The RV pedestals are a joke, the picnic tables are dilapidated, and the sites are so close to each other in some cases it is difficult to get full size RVs in and out, or awnings deployed. It rained several days during our trip, so we had to deal with mud puddles, muddy ruts and huge pot holes filled with water that did not drain, the entire time we were there, and there was a definite stench about the entire RV area. The tent-only camping area apparently has no limits either. At the area below my RV site, what appeared to be 3 tent sites, I counted 45 people, 2 dogs that barked constantly, and 9 vehicles.
This park is also nit-picky with their pricing. They charge for everything, extra kids, extra cars, showers, $14 per day per person to get shuttled one mile to the bridge, etc.
All that being said, the facility is filled with beautiful scenery and incredible access to the San Marcos River. The staff is very helpful, and friendly, and the full hookup sites in the premium area have level concrete RV pads. There is a nice pool that the kids enjoy, and they have a small store with some essentials and ice.
Although we still enjoy coming to this park and the river environment, the perfect time to use this facility would be Sunday night through Thursday night, and be on your way Friday AM before the weekend madness. - Tcamper
Mar 2016 - $39.00
This was our second spring break here and it was a great time. There were many families here this year and the park was full. We find the park has many amenities to offer to a family from the two playgrounds, pool, tetherball, basketball court, sand volleyball, putt putt course (9 holes), hall and pavilion. That doesn't include the river! The best value, in my opinion are sites 14-28, these are the back in sites. They have concrete pads that are level and are quite spacious plus there are many huge pecan trees that provide a lot of shade. The pull through sites are tight and not all are paved. The roads in the park are in rough condition too due to previous flooding. The park is clean and the workampers did a great job of running the park. The hall wasn't used and didn't appear to be opened/available. There was no trash service, you have to take your trash to the dumpster just outside the park entrance. The wifi was spotty at our spot, 95. It would come and go on the smartphones but it worked great on the macbook (not sure why...). Overall this is a great park filled with a ton of fun amenities. We would definitely stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. - DVCard85
Sep 2014 - $35.00
A hidden gem on the San Marcos River. Centrally located for access to shopping in San Marcos or BBQ in Lockhart. Tall pecan trees provide plenty of shade. Swim beach separate from fishing area. Playground, pavilion, concrete or gravel pads, swimming pool, etc. Big rig friendly. Large fenced pet run with green grass. Quiet and relaxing location in the country. We pulled in for an overnight stay and didn't want to leave. - Ginger Brown
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Very clean RV campground, as I witness several crews picking up trash and milling about the campground. Lots of rules here, so many that it has the potential of a deal breaker. No refunds, $40 per day for each vehicle over the allowed maximum of 1, charge for extra guest, wheel spikes at entrance and exit, etc. Despite all of this the river is what brings you and that doesn't disappoint. Sites are WAY too close, no shade, horrific parking. It was our first time staying here and we probably will not return. If you have AT&T, no service but Verizon you do. They mention that they offer WiFi, forget about that. It's not strong enough to text with, I'm serious! - stlucia
Aug 2014 - $38.00
This is the 4th time we been at this park and once again we had a wonderfull time.
we camped in the RV section on the river side of the park, the sites are double wide on the river side and provide plenty of room for parking which is not the case if you stay on the road side of the camp ground. the sites were clean when we arrived and the staff was more than helpful.
We did not use the showers or bath house so I can not comment.
The views of the river are fantastic at this park which is why we love it. It does get very crowded on the weekend so if that bothers you then this place is not for you.
I would have rated it a 10 but the trash that the tent campers left down by the riverside tent sites was not cleaned up at least 24 hours.
We stayed here in a travel trailer and we will return again. - ckwizard4224
Jul 2014 - $60.00
We camp here once a year and each year the experience is a little different due to management. We had a flood alarm that started at 5:30am in the morning and was not turned off until after 8:00am, needless to say we were up at 5:30am. Our site required 2 inches of leveling on one side. The electricity and water pressure were both consistent. The park employees are friendly but not very effective at rule enforcement. The tent area and day use areas have trash all over the ground and the employees drive around in golf carts and pick and choose what they pick up or not. Trash cans are also overflowing on the weekends and left that way until Monday. Several park guest are drunk, loud, rowdy, lewd, and are a public nuisance, especially if you are their neighbor. The good thing about this CG, it's on the river with full hook-ups with decent sized sites. We will camp here again. - MTSHanson