30 Parks near Seguin, Texas
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
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
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
Apr 2016 - $48.00
Park is changing owners, so it was difficult to reach anyone. We arrived on the day of a bad storm and some people had been told earlier to leave due to flooding. When we arrived, the storm was downgraded so we stayed and had no flooding. The river is right there and has a small boat ramp. Also the FWY is right above you. Nice dog park with bags. Ducks and squirrels to keep you entertained. No pool. Seemed really pricey considering the FWY noise and no pool. But close to relatives, so good for a few days. Level, cement pads with a table at each and a little grass. Very clean grounds. - Jodie S
Feb 2016 - $52.00
A little unusual. Excellent facilities. Well placed hookups. Good wifi and cable. Located on Guadalupe river bank between and below two bridges over the river. Staff very friendly and helpful. Will probably stay here again. - MSTraveler
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Interesting location - right on the Guadalupe River, but almost under I-35. The park is clean, with very nice concrete sites. Excellent utility hookups. Friendly staff. But, the highway noise is horrendous. Fortunately for us, it was hot and the a/c in the motorhome helped drown out the road noise. Understanding the noise level, I would stay here again when passing through the area. - DreamCaptn
Jun 2016 - $59.00
This is definitely more a "destination" park for families than a stopover park. I arrived late in the day looking for a stopover and found this park bustling with activity, especially in the pool area. Too tired to look for another choice, I took the last remaining site that would accommodate me, which was billed as a "premium" pull-thru. I suppose "premium" is a relative term, in that there was nothing premium about it to me other than the price. In order to get to that site from the check-in area, I had to drive through almost the entire park, crossing no fewer than a dozen speed bumps before arriving at what I considered to be a normal, gravel pull-thru site. The site was level and much easier to get out of the next morning than it had been to get into. Water pressure was very strong and I had a clear sky for my satellite. I did not use the WiFi. The road to the park off I35 is quite narrow, and trees make it hard to see the traffic that seems to like to speed down that road. This park is probably fine for families with small children looking for activities, but for me it was a lot to pay for features that held little or no value to me. - Phaeton40AH
Mar 2016 - $40.00
1. This is not a place for a quiet getaway. It is close to the highway and there is quite a bit of traffic and road noise. But it is close to plenty of attractions and restaurants.
2. Excellent pools and hot tubs. There are 3 pools and hot tubs. One outdoor and two indoor. All clean and well maintained.
3. Laundry facilities. There are two, both clean. $1.50 per load.
4. Nice setup for entertaining kids. There is a swing/slide layout, a jungle gym, a web net, two inflated bouncy play areas, a ball toss area, a volleyball court and several indoor event areas with pool tables and arcade areas.
5. Their rates are on the high end because of the facilities and the proximity to all the New Braunfels attraction. We were there with a FMC chapter ralley. The posted price for our spot was $55.00
6. The Internet was sporadic and unreliable and the water pressure excellent. We did not use the TV hookup.
I would definitely recommend staying here if you you plan to use this as a base for the local attractions or have children and enjoy spending time at the pool. - PBW
Jul 2015 - $56.00
Decent proximity to Schlitterbahn, our reason for the visit to the area. Convenient pull-through sites with nice concrete patio area beside the site. Spectacular pool facilities. Picnic area with 2 large smokers and FREE oak wood available for smoking. Top notch kids' play areas. Live bands on weekend nights in and near main pool area were a welcome treat. Very quiet atmosphere in the the RV site section of this facility. More of a party atmosphere in the cabin area. Would have rated this a 10 overall, but the rates were a little high for daily stays. We would probably stay here again if we were there with more than just the 2 of us. - TxDorsey1975
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 2009 - $20.00
We were here in the off season and the place was not crowded. The host did warn us about the trains that come through the night and they were loud!. That is really the only complaint. I would recommend this park if you do not have anything over 35 foot. - sb09
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
Jun 2016 - $40.00
clean park but they need some serious tree trimming. I saw trees rubbing on RV's. slides and awnings seemed impossible to use in many cases .They advertise free WiFi but it didn't work. I was only here one night and they want cash and won't take plastic. Frankly, I thought $40 was too much for this place. While it's right off the freeway, we parked in the rear and road noise was not a factor. No trains coming thru when we were here. I may stay here again because it is a pretty good location. sites seemed level. they were gravel and the roads were paved. - LEB2
May 2016 - $40.00
Stay 3 nights, Friday through Sunday. Very clean park. Besides the interstate noise a very quit park. Park was about 1/2 to 3/4 full. Staff and other campers very friendly. big wide pull through sights and easy access to hookups. Several sites have tall shrugs between for privacy. Did not use the showers, restroom or clubhouse and can't give a comment on them but did see several people coming and going from there. This is in between San Marcos and New Braunfels so you will drive ~8 miles either way to get to either. Will stay again when in the area. - Tjbac
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
Jun 2013 - $40.00
This is a campground that offers full hook-ups, 30 and 50 amp with good river access (San Marcos River). In addition, they have cabins for rent and tent sites, if that's your thing. They have showers, for $.25 cent and have toilets, four of them actually, which considering how busy this place gets on a summer weekend, is about 6 short of what they really need. This campground is very pleasing to the eye and not much has changed since I first camped here 20 years ago. The sites are extremely narrow and you feel like you are invading your neighbors space. Over the years our family has grown and so has our camper. When we were traveling in a 26 footer the space size wasn't much of a problem. Now that we have upgraded to a larger 5er, with slides...much more of an issue. Once you pull into your site, not only should you check to see where your electric, water, sewage hook-ups are located but you must check to see if your awning and slide-outs can fit in between your neighbors. It reminds me of camping in Yellowstone, if you've ever been lucky enough to camp inside that National Park. This place, like Yellowstone is very pretty and also like Yellowstone, its very tight camping. Additional information is they offer tube transports, have a pool (can get very crowded), and have a little sack shop that offers small items and finger food. We found, and always have found, the management team here to be very accommodating and generally very good. Keep in mind that this is a very popular park and you will be competing with other campers who camp here every year and consequently set up their camping reservations a year in advance. You can usually get a spot within a week or so before your stay but, you won't get one of the "chosen" ones. I feel that I should also note that they charge an additional fee for both additional car and campers. I towed my 5er and my wife and kids, each brought a friend, followed me in the wife's Expedition. We were charged $10 extra each day for the additional car, never-mind that we were able to park the extra car "on site" and caused no additional space. And each campsite fed is based on 2 people. Huh? Most campgrounds allow at least 4. Any more than 2 per campsite is charged an additional $5 per person, per night. I think this is a little sneaky way of them gaining from us an additional $90 for a weekend stay. - stlucia
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