17 Parks near Stonewall, Texas
Jun 2016 - $40.00
RV pads were pea gravel and level. Plenty of space for the tow vehicle. All employees we had contact with were always helpful and always had a smile. - JoeP
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Stayed for a week in a 43' motorhome. Very long sites. Easily parked my pickup in front of the motorhome with room to spare. Site width tight. In fact my front driver slide actually came close to the neighbor's picnic table. Entire park was clean and neat. Very friendly and helpful staff. All sites looked level. Somewhat off the highway so road noise not too bad. Very close to LBJ Ranch which is worth seeing. About 20 minutes to Fredericksburg. Restaurant within walking distance. Did not eat there. Wifi ok. Will stay here again. - Max21
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Office staff seemed not like us as I complained about a noisy large motorhome in the wee hours of the morning. Just stayed over night but I felt intrusive as there are a lot of long time regulators there. A lot of rules & regulations. - zzzya
Feb 2016 - $35.00
Electric & Sewer good, Water @ 50psi. Wi-Fi was ok but not real strong. AT&T Cell Phone signal was weak but usable. Verizon 4G LTE Air Card was very good. Cable is available. Sites are good and mainly level with plenty of room between. Roads and sites are mainly dirt with light pea gravel. Restrooms very good. Clean and in good condition. Laundry was a bit cramped but I didn't use it. Few long term tenants. DirecTV Satellite worked well. Nothing to block the access even with the few trees. Payment was made with credit card. The management was nice and friendly. Dumpsters were sometimes hard to get to. Roads were dusty when entering and leaving. I would stay here again when in the area. - TXBobcat
Feb 2016 - $38.00
This was our first stay here. We stayed here as this is where our event (2016 Texas Sweetheart Rally) was being held.
We stayed in site 34 which is a buddy site and it was great! All the sites were 25 to 30 feet in width. All sites were nice and deep (60 to 75 feet or so).
We used their Mocking Bird Hall for our event. The room worked well for us, albeit a but loud (need more sound baffling). We used the kitchen in the hall and it was great and real handy for us.
The restrooms between halls was modern and very clean.
I never went into it, but I was told the bath house was very nice.
I got to go into a cabin/cottage as a friend was checking one out for a possible stay. The units were very spacious, well stocked with everything you'd need except food and clothing. They were very clean as well. I bit $$ at $160 to $180 per night or so, but divided by the number of people they can sleep - not bad I guess.
The office has a very large and very well stocked camp store and the staff was very friendly and very accommodating to our group.
While this CG is 10 miles east of Fredericksburg, it was no big deal at all to go into town. We'd stay here again! - jbeletti
Oct 2015 - $58.00
Beautiful and tranquil setting. Perfectly situated in wine country with a short drive to Fredericksburg. The park was super clean with tons of amenities. Very friendly staff. Looking forward to our next visit. - JohnandLisa
Jul 2016 - $84.00
This is a nice KOA with large level sites and some large shade trees. The sites are long and wide and gravel. Normally a staff member guides you into your site and offers some assistance. This time the guide drove through the site and was gone before I was out of the truck. Not sure what is going on. We have stayed here many times and have enjoyed it very much. Now they have an electric gate that is very narrow and problematic in operation. This time we had our two 13 year old grandkids with us. I had made reservations on my cell phone and apparently misunderstood when he quoted the rates. On check in I was shocked: $15.00 PER NIGHT PER CHILD! Two nights: $168.00 total.
Everything works well, but there seemed to be more patches than repairs.
My site was long enough but not entirely usable due to slides conflicting with multiple utility pedestals. - elvato
Jun 2016 - $44.00
Nice clean park, VERY EASY in and out of our site (C01). Easily able to keep van hooked up with 37'. Great pet and walking area, very well kept. Loved the rooster alarm clock.... - 7 on the road
May 2016 - $59.00
Hwy 290 is a busy road, so you get some day noise, but not enough to be bothersome. Night is quiet.
Attendants are very responsive to your needs. Sites are gravel, moderately level, and long. The further back sites have plenty of shade. We were in E01 with a shared paved patio, although our neighbors never came out. - dwade
Apr 2016 - $30.00
A little dumpy. A guy in the site next to us was running a lawn mower business. Noisy during the day. Another warned me twice about my harmless boxer dog. Possible pooper, must be picked up after. No dog run. Stayed 1 night. - zzzya
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Starting to show it's age, lots of jerry-rigged repairs. New cable TV system did not work. Bathrooms really showing their age and use. Most sites are seasonal or full time. Gravel, pull thru, level. Good laundry. Some trees but not in the far end of park. Better than dry camping. - Camden12
Apr 2013 - $25.00
The pluses for this park include easy access to downtown, proximity to local attractions, adequate-size sites and reasonable price. However, the restrooms and showers are not clean and there are few amenities. We would stay there again for the convenience if in the area, but this is not a destination park. - leorah
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We had a pull thru site that was long enough for our 44' toy hauler and our truck. Cable TV was included and the wii fi was strong. We only had contact with the front office staff and she was great!! I will stay here when we return in the fall. RV pads are fairly level and pea gravel. Grass between the RV pads. - JoeP
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Park is all pull-thrus. Sites are gravel, but fairly level. Some sites have more shade. This is a no frills park, but almost downtown and central to all area wineries. About half of the park in long term residents. Almost never any children and no amenities. Their great plus is free ice. - Mrmac8
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This may be one of the nicer parks we have stayed in. Very clean, great laundry, level, pull thru sites. All sites have shade trees. The hook ups are located in the correct spot. Ice machine (help yourself). No speed bumps, great cable TV with many channels, great location!
Only a couple of negatives! WIFI was poor (as most RV parks). Crushed gravel, it does get everywhere. - Joel Patterson
Jun 2016 - $50.00
We stayed here for the first time with two of our grandkids. We opted for a Premium space and were very pleased. Facilities in excellent condition. Swam in the pool two times - very nice. We will be back. The general appearance showed attention to detail with no undue clutter or trash, with the roads easy to navigate and clearly marked. All the utilities at our site worked, and were conveniently located for our travel trailer. We enjoyed the cable connection, fire pit, glider and picnic table. - Bucket List trips
May 2016 - $31.00
This is an excellent park to stay a night or a couple of weeks. It is well maintained, quiet and close to downtown Fredericksburg. Our military RV club held a rally here this past week. Everyone was very impressed with the park. They provided us with a great meeting room for our use the entire week. The entire staff was very nice, very polite and very helpful. Special thanks to a couple ladies for all they did for us that week. The park WiFi is one of the best I have found in my 4 years of traveling and it is Free.
The only cons are the sites were built years ago when coaches were much smaller. Our big rigs were a little cramped and the hedges between many sites made it difficult to gain access to our basement compartments, use our awnings or walk around the coach. The many trees, while providing shade, also block the use of your satellite TV however they have excellent cable TV. There is not much that can be done to fix either of these issues. Just FYI if you have a large coach: this is still a great campground to visit but you will be a little cramped. - Doug_C
Apr 2016 - $37.00
Stayed here as part of an RV rally group from Albuquerque, NM. The rally sites are a bit close together but okay since we were next to members of our group. The dog walking area is nice but quite a bit a +way from our site and my dogs were not able to hold their business long enough to get to the proper area. The rally meeting room was a nice but on the small side for our group. The bathroom/shower room was very nice and well-kept as was the laundry facility. Location is convenient but the car was needed to get to grocery, Wal-Mart, and downtown shopping areas. We enjoyed Wildseed Farms and driving country roads to see wildflowers growing on shoulders and in fields. - G and G from ABQ
Jul 2016 - $31.00
We enjoyed the show put on by the planes taking off. Very quiet in the evening. Great place to walk and also has a nature trail. Very close to Fredericksburg and all it has to offer. Not too far from a scenic drive down hwy 16 south of Kerrville. - Lagni
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here because it is just south of Fredericksburg, and we wanted to spend a few days here. Also, the park is in a city park, which has lots of places to walk. There is also a city pool and a golf course (extra $), which we did not use. It is pleasant in the park, and quiet. - Chiango
May 2016 - $35.00
We stay In the upper part of the park. This is an old facility but it's kept up very well. The airport is across the fence and there is what seemed to be a lot of air traffic for a small town but it's usually quiet at night. The park is close to town but far enough off the hwy that you don't hear the traffic noise. - Bahama
Jun 2016 - $40.00
I read a lot of reviews on this park before deciding to reserve a spot. This park was very nice, there were lots of kids & dogs, both were very well behaved. :) We went with 3 families (each in their own travel trailers) and they were nice enough to place us next to each other when we called to make reservations. The sites were all level and we had no problem pulling in or out of them. I watched another trailer who had a back-in site have no problem getting in or out. I was a little worried when I read on other reviews that they didn't use the picnic tables because the are too close to the sewer for the camper next to you, we didn't have any problems with this and used our table regularly. The park staff was friendly, even cooked hot dogs for everyone on Saturday. They have showers and bathrooms up front that were always clean, the pool was a little cold but once the sun came out it was great. It's located close to downtown Fredericksburg and is very easy to find. Its still a new park, so there's no big trees but each site has a tree that will be great once it grows. Overall we had a great time and would highly recommend it, we will be coming back next time we go to Fredericksburg. - AOK2007
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This campground is about 1-2 yrs old. The staff were helpful and friendly. The sites are big rig friendly, pull through or back-in for smaller rigs. The sites looked larger than other campgrounds in the area. Our site was level, gravel with a small concrete area with a small picnic table (fits 4). I agree with a previous reviewer that the concrete pad is not well placed as it is near your neighbors sewer. The park is dog friendly with a dog run, and family friendly with a small playground and pool (don't think the pool is heated) but should be ok in summer. There is a large indoor space for groups and a pavilion near the office area. There is no shade at all since the trees they have are too young at this time. One big worry is how the entrance to the park (west of town)is tricky especially if approaching the campground from town. It comes up on you quickly causing you to slow down. We have seen cars following behind almost run into the back of campers. At night the entrance is not well lit, so the owners put down lights along the road, but it looks like an optical illusion. So be careful at the entrance! Otherwise we were pleased with our stay here and would stay here again. - mohocamper
Mar 2016 - $55.00
Nice new park with ample space for big rigs. Digital TV channels was a nice touch. LOVE the dog park and ample green space in the middle of the park to walk the dogs. Some of the sites are not level, so be prepared to adjust your rig to raise the left side slightly or ask for a more level site. Sites are crushed granite. This is the best RV park in Fredericksburg. - Gone to the Dog Show
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Established older park that is on the east side-half way through Johnson City. 90+PSI water-above average wifi-close to restaurants-shopping. Would be an acceptable park for several day stay for exploring the Hill Country. Will stay again when in the area. Very courteous lady at the office check in who also escorted us to our site. - jc2
Apr 2016 - $30.00
It took me 9 calls to find an available park in Texas Hill Country during Bluebonnet Season and we're glad we found this one! It's centrally located, The owner met us with a smile and tons of information about the area. She has a great hand-out with day trip suggestions covering the highlights of the area and the oh
Their side lists local businesses, restaurants and distances to their services. She guided us into our large pull thru and made sure we enjoyed our week in the area. Would easily plan a longer stay there next time thru. By the way, wild flowers in the area were gorgeous! - monamonaco
Mar 2016 - $25.00
This is the second time we have stayed at this park and we would definitely stay here again if we happen to be in the area. The sites are very close but easy to get in and out of. It wouldn't be a park we'd want to put our awning and chairs out but mainly a great park for touring the area.
Manager/Employee was very friendly and nice. - Wanderin