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3 RV Parks near Brackettville, Texas
Apr 2018 - $20.00
We made reservations 90 days in advance for one of the five full hook-up campsites. Once you pass through the village of Brackettville, it's 25 miles until the Park turnoff and then another 3.5 miles to the Park Headquarters. Roads are narrow but in good condition and we saw 5 vehicles over those 25 miles. We arrived 3pm Friday and were able to select from four campsites. Gravel roads throughout campground and gravel campsites. Good spacing between sites provides privacy. Very quiet! Toilet/shower house in good condition with each having one shower stall and two sinks. Very clean. This same facility is used by day users/picnickers. This State Park was a working ranch until the owner donated the land in 1986. Nothing fancy here - quiet and very remote! Park headquarters building had wifi. Otherwise we had to drive 15 miles for AT&T cell signal. No garbage/trash containers in Park and campers are warned in advance that they must pack out all trash. Ticks are VERY BAD here! We made advance reservations (30 days prior) to do the State Park cave tour on Saturday afternoon for $10/each. Two State Park rangers provided an excellent tour of the Kickapoo Cavern. This is NOT a tour of the Stuart Bat Cave. Kickapoo Cavern is untouched - no steps or pathways, but a 1/2 mile of fairly strenuous climbing and crawling over large boulders that were once the cave's ceiling and walls. The best part of this State Park was the bat emergence from Stuart Cave. Friday evening we watched with six other people and two rangers who were very informative about the cave, bats and the overall Kickapoo Cavern State Park habitat. It was breathtakingly awesome. BEST emergence I have ever seen! We were able to get very close to the cave entrance to experience nearly one million bats taking flight for the night! - napunani
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Great secluded small campground. I would recommend calling to make sure they have a space before driving out. The road to get there (from Bracketteville) is a bit narrow, especially for Texas (i.e. no shoulder). The only cell service is if you take the .8 mile trail at the campground. The only issue we had was with ticks. It seems they were pretty much everywhere. We found 5 total. Just be aware and use bug spray and have your dogs treated. WiFi was o.k. for checking e-mail. The bat emergence is worth the trip. - joe_jack
Apr 2017 - $20.00
We've camped in our 43-foot coach all over North America, and this is one of our favorites spots now. There are only two sites that will handle a rig our size, and those are sites 5 and 7. Both have water, sewer, and 50 amp power. If you call ahead a few days before, they'll reserve one of those spots for you. Given how incredibly remote this place is, the internet was slow. But, we are just glad that we could at least check email. There was no AT&T phone coverage in the park, but we got a signal a few miles from the park headed back toward Bracketville. Note that the highway from Bracketville to the park is very, very narrow - probably the narrowest I've driven in our coach. But, we only passed two vehicles (both pickup trucks) in the 23 miles! And the evening bat emergence is awe-inspiring. And the park rangers are very helpful and friendly. We were in Site 7, and it was huge - tons of room, lots of privacy, a covered picnic table. Sites and roads are a mix of gravel and asphalt, but are in terrific condition. Our site was plenty level. To make a long story short, we will most definitely be back. It's just an awesome place to visit. - kmghmg
Mar 2019 - $23.00
We had site 13 in front of the office. Park manager was great. Park is currently home to a lot of pipe line workers. Park was peaceful and quiet, and Ft. Clark Springs RV has regular activities. The owners discontinued both WiFi and satellite service several months ago. We spoke to several campers who return here regularly, some for extended stays.
The manager let us know that with the likelihood that pipeline construction in the area will be ongoing, it is imperative to book well in advance.
Regular rate is $23.50 per night, but we got 50% discount with Passport America.
This is an old park, but all the hookups worked well. We will stay again. - Jbkerr
Mar 2019 - $21.00
Unique to stay on the grounds of a former army post. Many army structures remain that are now apartments and private homes. Huge grounds; not all kept up well. RV sites are in a quiet area and office staff was terrific in making our reservation and checking us in. Sites on the outer loop are very close. Inner loop not as close. Roads very good condition and fun to run them along a beautiful creek and wooded areas. Three times we saw a flock of large wild turkeys feeding. Laundry 1.00 for washer or dryer. Third largest spring fed pool is here. It is beautiful and the water very clear. Too cold to swim when we were here. We had a fun visit. Enjoyed our stay! - sp123
Feb 2018 - $12.00
Very nice park.Tv and wifi very good. It is quiet in the daytime and at night. 24/7 protection. We will come here again. - Obcy
Sites: 20 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 12 Reviews
Jan 2018 - $25.00
This a small campground as far as Famcamps go but it is very nice. All the sites are long and the main pad is level concrete. My not so good rating on Service comes due to Outdoor Rec which "runs" the campground. Talk about an organization that seems clueless! We called to see if there was space available and were told that there was one. They took our payment over the phone and were assigned a space. When we arrives the space we were assigned was occupied. We called and they asked us which spaces were open. Seriously? How is that managing the campground? As a retiree I find this form of "management" to be totally embarrassing. That aside I would likely stay here again. - Chalkie
Mar 2014 - $18.00
This is a great FamCamp for those who are eligible. Concrete sites are extremely long and well spaced side to side. Sites are FHUs with 50/30 amp and cable TV. The base has added free WiFi that worked well. That was good because my Verizon WiFi could not get a data signal strong enough to get on the internet. ATT had a 4G signal. Downsides: stickers everywhere made dog walking challenging. There is no bathhouse for the FamCamp but there were bathrooms (toilets only) at the nearby playground. No laundry on base. Limited shade from a few small trees. We'd definitely stay here again. - Danno
Feb 2013 - $18.00
A very fine facility. Our site was pull thru, concrete, level, clean, with all amenities. Although we spent the one night just passing through, we took in breakfast at the Silver Wings Cafe overlooking the landing strip with pilots engaged in practicing takeoffs and landings. Got into a breakfast discussion with several pilots at the cafe. Very cool. Don't miss an evening dinner (TexMex) at "Manuels" in Del Rio on 12th street. Get there early as they fill up. - MaryAnnFrederick