46 Parks near Wimberley, Texas
Mar 2014 - $15.00
Rate is based on monthly rate plus electric. This is a family-owned, quiet park on the outskirts of charming Wimberley. All sites are back-in and laid out in a U-shape against the trees, with a five acre meadow in the middle. The sites are large, with shade and patio furniture, but most slopr upwards from front to back. There are no rest rooms, pool, or other amenities except for the free cable TV which was excellent. And, with only 15 sites, the park is very quiet. Deer frequent the meadow in the morning and evening, and many birds also frequent the park. Verizon cell and 4G data were very good, and satellite TV was unobstructed. The owner and her mother are delightful to talk to, and genuinely care about the quality of residents stay. Not fancy, not many amenities, just a comfortable place to stay in the beautiful Hill Country. - Meanderman
Jul 2011 - $35.00
This is a small quiet park located just south of Wimberley that has back-in sites nested against the tree lines. A large open field in the center provides a sense of openness. It was hot and dry while we were there. Even though sites are close together privacy is maintained. There are several long term sites. There is easy access to center of town. Deer will visit you late in the evening and early in the morning. The big question - would we go back? Yes! Without question. - WagginTails
Mar 2008 - $24.00
Very quiet, better for adults wanting a quiet time. Great wildlife viewing. - Teri`
Mar 2013 - $37.00
We will not stay here again. Not many places to stay in Wimberley that are big rig friendly, but will go to Dripping Springs or Johnson City. We were given 2 different prices based on which owner is there (father or son). They are way over priced as there are no amenities or discounts given. The internet is very unpredictable and very slow. No cable TV and many of the sites that are available are extremely unlevel. Three to four levelers needed in some cases. 90% of the sites are permanent trailers. - goofy50
Mar 2011 - $30.00
This place has made some improvements since my last visit. The RVs that looked like they would never leave have been removed. It's a small, but clean and quiet RV park. There is room between the sites, and there are plenty of trees. It's a no frills park, but quite nice. The river is within walking distance and provides a nice swim and play area in the rapids. Most of our time was spent swimming or in town. Blue Hole has been improved and is a lot of fun. - SoccerDad
Sep 2010 - $40.00
This started off a truly nice place, with landscaping that has grown nicely. They've added a bar and used to serve food, but not sure now. In the time since we lived here and last used it when we didn't, it has grown seedy. Lots of junky full-timers and people that stay for weeks at a time and leave junk outside their trailers. It looks terrible once you look past the landscaping. The best, prettiest sites are in back, where the junky trailers, old motorhomes, etc. are. The owner rents to people: single moms with kids, construction workers, you name it. Without being an out and out snob, I have to say that this place gives my husband and I creeps and WE are in an older but nice travel trailer. It's the ambience that lacks class. I WOULD NOT recommend this place to anyone wanting peace, quiet and a nice place to stay. It is noisy, cars and trucks coming and going, and music played loud enough to hear it in my trailer with windows shut. Avoid like the plague! - GIniaJM
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Do not use this campground if you aren't comfortable driving off interstates and staying in big rig friendly resorts. Barebones campground. Very tight (unhook and back up) turns for tag axle 43'. Two lane road for about 16 miles can be an adventure. Otherwise, clean park, good people, some shade and grass. No cable for short timers, but we got major channels with OTA. WiFi is iffy. Close to Wimberly and Blanco river. Follow web site directions and call before coming. Good FHUs. No picnic table. - Mr. Rick
Aug 2014 - $30.00
Small, very quiet, out of the way, with deer roaming in the park. Good, full hookup utilities, TV, and excellent Wi-Fi. No public restrooms, showers, or pool. Fairly level, gravel, pull through site. Very nice lady at check-in. They do no take any credit or debit cards, cash or checks only. We would stay again. Wimberley is a unique, artist hill country with intriguing shops and galleries. We paid for 6 nights and the 7th was free. - starwind
Dec 2010 - $25.00
Very nice setting just minutes from downtown WImberley. The lady in the office was very cordial. The slots up front on the 2nd row are longer, but if you are in a 40'+ with mid tanks and pull up to the front you will need 3 hoses connected. Utilities are mid set. - leonsrocketcar
May 2011 - $21.00
A little dusty, as previously noted - but so is most of Texas in this drought. Decent sized sites. At $21.00 this place was a good deal at Canyon Lake. If you are towing & can't back up, you might want to park at the office and walk thru to check out the campground. We found a dead end street after we'd turn down it. Fair Verizon coverage, several channels of TV with the rooftop antennae. We would stay here again. - rmlarson
Mar 2011 - $18.00
We spent a week here. We picked this CG because there is a Dollar General store right next door. We did not bring a toad with us so it was very convenient. The workers were pleasant and courteous. Our only complaint was with the dirt roads in the CG. Winds were 15+ mph every day so there was a lot of dust everywhere. We would stay here again. - Steve & Mary
Jun 2010 - $25.00
We stayed here five nights. Nice parks with good hookups and friendly management. We had a pull through site with plenty of room for our 38' motorhome, tow dolly, and car. There was some road noise noticeable when both A/C's were off, however it seemed to die down later in the evening. We used this as a center point going to Fredericksburg, New Braunfels, and San Marcos. WiFi was good. I would return to this park at a later date. - menichols
Sep 2016 - $38.00
We just got our first motorhome and were so excited to use it for the first time over labor day weekend. We knew it would be hard to find availability because it was last minute. I found out about Lake Pointe Resort through the grapevine so I decided to give them a call. Before making reservations , I asked about the guest policy. The lady on the phone said the limit is 6 per site, after that its $10 per person (no problem) . So I made reservations for Labor Day weekend. Upon arrival of the campground, lots of gravel road that was not maintained until the next day. So we had a bumpy entrance. We did tour the laundry facilities and restrooms, they were very clean. The pool looked fun as well as the back patio at the recreation center. Also I took my dogs to the dog park, it was not maintained. Grass and weeds almost up to my waist (no idea what may be lurking in tall grass), bench had wasps all around it so no way of sitting down. After seeing what was offered at the RV park (besides the dog park) we were impressed, but were not planning on using those amenities since our focus was more on going to the lake. Our first two guests that showed up were going to be charged a $10 fee (guests are only coming by to say hi and not use the facilities), Lady A and Lady B working at the front desk were apparently in discussion about the fee. One stated they would actually charge it after the holidays, and the other lady did not know about the fee. So our first two guests came in free of charge. The next day 1 guest showed and she was charged $10. On Sunday I planned on having a small BBQ with my parents and a few friends, no one showed up because of the $10 fee. I wish the ladies at the front desk had more accurate info, I would not of booked here if my guests were going to charged $10 each just to say hi.
The park is all gravel road. Make sure you ask questions and maybe record the conversation in case they all of a sudden change the policy after you make reservations. - Jessa
Feb 2016 - $5.00
Price reflects C2C membership. Electricity is metered, so that is an additional charge. Campground was very easy to find. There is a security gate at the entrance to campground. This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they easily handle big rigs. Sites are close together. There was room in the site for the truck, 5th wheel and jeep. Gravel roads through the campground. Each camp site is gravel with a little grass. There are trees throughout the campground. Sites are all level. Each site had a picnic table. There was an adult only and a family pool. However, despite the 80+ temperature, the pools were not open. Nice laundry room. There were about 15 deer living/wondering through the campground. Lake is accessible from the campground by bike or walking. Many of the campsites have a good view of the lake. There were benches, porch swings and picnic tables throughout the campground to enjoy the lovely view. Good Verizon coverage. Easy to get DirecTV satellite. - Priceless RV Adventures
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Had a wonderful time and can't wait to go back! Office staff were very nice and helpful. Pool and gym were great. Site was large and spacious. Enjoyed the numerous deer. - Katrina
698 Jacobs Creek Road Canyon Lake, Texas 78133 (map) | (830) 226-5357
Sites: 52 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 1 Reviews
Jun 2016 - $20.00
This is a beautiful campground with well developed sites, some with lake views. Be aware that this is the former Fort Sam Houston Rec area and the former Randolph AFB rec area is right across the road. Both are now under Air Force management as part of the JBSA organization and the names can be confusing. We thoroughly enjoyed our one night stay here and hope to return. The area is exceptionally clean and well maintained. Lots of wildlife to watch. Bath houses are rather run down, but clean. While the area is exceptional, the management is a little harried. Just a few, of several examples - no one answered when I called to make a reservation. After repeated calls, I finally got through at 3:45 pm and was told that they close at 4 pm, and had already closed up so couldn't make a reservation, but I probably wouldn't need a reservation on a Thursday night. When we arrived at the gate the next day, the entrance was unmanned and it took several calls to get the gate opened. The one person at the office was trying to answer multiple radio and telephone calls while checking me in. To few people, poorly organized, trying to do to many things and doing none of them well. The only thing lacking at this FAMCAMP is customer service and good management. - Hill Country
May 2016 - $15.00
Park has new owners as of the first of the year. Name has been changed to Canyon Cove. Previous reviews are accurate for previous owners. New owners are working hard to clean up the park and change the image. To their credit this park was so run down that this cannot happen overnight. Old RVs are being moved out. New RVs are already filling those spaces. Restrooms and showers are not currently available, but portable toilets are located around the park. We are in a full hook-up site so that is not a problem. There is no laundry currently at the park but there is one close by. Except for entrance all roads are gravel. Also note it is difficult to enter the park from the west due to the location of a traffic light. I highly recommend coming from the east to the park!
Now for the good! Park grounds are actually beautiful with a spring fed upper pond that feeds a flowing stream of small waterfalls down to a lower pond near the entrance. Most RV sites are far enough away from the highway that there is minimal road noise. Park is very quiet at night. There are huge trees throughout the park and many of the sites are shady. There are many full hook-up sites with 30/ 50 amp service. Wi-Fi is being installed. Cable TV is available but a box has to be rented. Not a problem as reception of most major channels from San Antonio is good with an RV amplified antenna. Our rate reflects a monthly stay. Give the new owners another year and this park will be rated much higher. - gbm2001
Jan 2016 - $25.00
It is a permanent resident park with old trailers all around. Not very clean. We would not stay again. Site not level. - glohills
Oct 2012 - $25.00
I have been here for 4 weeks. I am utterly miserable. The park has so much potential to be great, but it fails in every way. The residents are mostly very poor and trashy. Every day, I deal with neighbors screaming and yelling and fighting and cussing. There is large amounts of drug use and sales going on here. The cops come in frequently to deal with domestic violence with my neighbors. There is loud blaring redneck and ghetto gangster rap music playing constantly. There is also a lot of theft from items left outside in cars and around the rv's. This place has a lot of free roaming stray cats that just breed and breed and breed. There are several loose dogs that are very aggressive. The owner (although a very nice woman) is only on site on Sundays. The park has lots of trash around. I can't even bare to go into the nightmare of a laundry room that's in a metal airplane hanger. I leave to go to a nice laundromat. The "ponds" are nothing but disgusting muck waste water filled with trash and who knows what else. They're also horrid mosquito breeding pits. I really have nothing nice to say about this park. I really regret moving here. I'm leaving as soon as this month is up. What a complete nightmare. - Forestwoman
781 Jacobs Creek Road, Canyon Lake, TX 78133-5000 Canyon Lake, Texas 78133-500 (map) | (800) 280-3466
Sites: 9 | 0 Reviews
Aug 2013 - $13.00
Stayed here for a few months, rate reflects monthly rate. It does include electric. Staff is great, but campground needs help. Cabins are drab brown, roads need to be better maintained as there are big holes that can require you to have a front end alignment done, Roads are dusty and a lot of shuttles coming through at high rates of speed, Monday through Friday and a few Saturdays there is a motorcycle that leaves around 5:50am that wakes you up. No security to speak of when special events are going on in the town. There are port a potty's in the tent area and the person that cleans them and pumps them out flies through the campground stirring up dust. Because of the dust the AC units pull this into the rigs leaving a film over everything. All traffic causes dust. We will not return. Again the staff was great and did everything that they could do to help. The campground needs to be upgraded badly and it would be a super place. - dbll&buffy
Jul 2013 - $30.00
Some of the turns were tight, and gravel roads had some potholes. Buildings were old and tired but clean. I would stay again Good Sam should have rated 6/5/6. - 2001dutchstar
Oct 2011 - $18.00
Rate reflects Passport America. This is our third time staying at Riverside, and we have enjoyed it each time. This time we had a back-in site that was shaded by one of the large live oaks. We did some laundry, and machine prices we very reasonable. Bathrooms are not great but adequate and could use some updating. One potential problem we see is that there is a building just outside of the park that is being renovated, and it will be a "biker" bar. We don't have any problem with bikers, but the noise from the bar might become a problem. We will stay here again. - StarlifterFE
Mar 2016 - $67.00
Activities center around the large water park and the bounce area at the front. The playgrounds were nice and plentiful. There were several Easter weekend activities, including egg hunts and hay rides. The park was nearly full. It was great to see families and children everywhere. There were many cabins and rooms in addition to the RV spaces.
We stayed in a "premier" back-in, no slide-outs space. The gravel site was quite unlevel, requiring the longest front jack deployment we've ever used to obtain front-to-back level. The site also required one lynxleveler block on the curb side for side-to-side level. Parking across from the site made it difficult to back in. Out site view from the front was the RV storage area, and we had a view into other sites from the rear.
To be properly situated, we had to back our 30 ft trailer right up to the fire pit, making it unusable. The power and water connections were mid-trailer, and the sewer connection was well behind the trailer, requiring two long sections of RhinoFlex sewer hose. The trailer wastewater connection to the sewer outlet had little fall.
We were close to the trailer next to us, and we could not deploy our main awning. There was a large tree on the curb side. The picnic table and fire ring were behind the trailer, while most sites had these beside the trailer.
Park is on septic system, so you must use only septic system safe products. - GKLott
Jun 2015 - $55.00
Do you know how some parks you just don't get a good vibe from? This is one for us. The whole dog shot records that took up more than 45 min while at the gate was not needed. We had all our dogs paperwork but they didn't seem to know what the heck they were doing.
They got our site wrong and put someone else in our site...they found an open site for us but had to spend another 45 min waiting on everyone to sort that out.
There are tons of tent campers here...they walk through your campsite like you are having a yard sale. It's sad really.
They are TONS of RV parks in this area. Avoid this one. They nickel and dime you to death at this park and they are rude.
We'll never return here. - RollingRock
Mar 2014 - $54.00
We have been to this Jellystone several times. All our experiences have been very good! They have good activities for kids of all ages. Love the pancake breakfast they host often. It’s nice to give me a break cooking! This last Thanksgiving we also were at Jellystone. It was great fun at the group dinner!! The only thing that would improve this campground is some updates in the restrooms. They are very clean, but a little on the dated side. Very friendly helpful staff! We are not Winter Texans, but they had a very fun group staying there the last time we went. We will return again!! - Texas Traveler