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2 RV Parks near Eldorado, Texas
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Eldorado. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Eldorado in the left hand column.
Sites: 10 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 9 Reviews
May 2019 - $22.00
Owner friendly and helpful. GPS didn't work. Owner talked us in and showed us where to set up. FHU. No bathrooms. Gravel lot in a trailer park. Level site. Quiet. Small local grocery, and a nice family dollar close by. Little museum in town. Sutton county steakhouse food with a nice salad bar. - Jan Orlando
Mar 2019 - $22.00
No frills - just good basic park with full hookups. The owner will meet you at the truck stop and bring you in and help you hook up. Cash or check. The few sites he has are great for staying hooked up to your rig for an overnight stay while on the road. We stayed there on our way from Texas to Vegas and on our way back. - Retreatowner
Mar 2019 - $22.00
Level site, owner greeted us and was very welcoming. This Campground is mainly for permanent people but do not let this put you off. The area is very spacious and overnight RVs are kept to one part. We felt very safe and welcomed; good power and water pressure. The owner is very accommodating, you must call him before you enter the park so that he can guide you to your site, there is NO office. - robertjoy
Apr 2019 - $25.00
The park was probably designed poorly several years back and never updated. The hook ups are old but worked fine. They offer 4-5 longer pull through sites if everyone is proficient at driving their rigs. The rest of the sites are back in with hookups at the rear. We arrived early and were offered a site in the tent section; being 54 ft long was odd, we parked cross wise across several sites, which worked fine. The restrooms are rustic and kept clean. The grounds were kept clean. You are kinda camping somewhat remote, it's dark, quiet, lots of deer and wildlife are present. If you're coming to tour the cave, be aware that there is no regularly scheduled tours. The tours are scheduled as people arrive. I called twice before driving out here. The older lady told me twice that the last tour is at 6 pm, and has sold out by 10am on busy days. I was told they don't sell advance tickets, and there might not actually be a 6 pm tour. I was also told there was no way possible I had been told that information. Staff was friendly until questioned regarding cave tours, and became upset regarding the strange scheduling of tours and questioning their misinformation. That being said, call ahead and arrive earlier buy your tickets and wait. Kinda like if you're the first person at a Teppanyaki table for 12, appears to be the style. On the upside, the cavern is unique and has massive amounts of formations at a distance much closer the trail than most caverns you will find. Our guide was very knowledgeable and his experience and passion for caving added to a great tour. If you get past the quirks, and arrive early, camping and tours should not be a problem. If you arrive later than 4pm you might have a problem if your rig is large, and planning on a tour. - Randoni99
Apr 2019 - $25.00
First the good...This is at the entrance to the Caverns of Sonora, which makes doing the tour very convenient. Level gravel pull-thru sites with 50 amp & water. Very quiet. Staff is wonderful and very accommodating. Nice views of countryside. Very dark at night so stars pop out. And the not-so-good...sites are very narrow and short. They don't tell you this; they try to fit you. Big rigs beware. Both you and other drivers must be very good at parking or risk of damage is high. Sites are barely wide enough for slides...inches apart if you can open them at all. Our wonderful neighbor closed his slides so that we open ours. No reservations. It's first come, first served but person says there's "always room." No sewer or dump. No wifi or cable. Very little, if any, cell (Verizon) service. No TV reception. Glad we stayed here one night...it was an experience! Wish they had larger sites as would like to go again, but won't until they widen the sites. - DrM Traveler
Jan 2019 - $25.00
First off. This is NOT an RV Park. The spaces allowed for camping are secondary. The only reason you want to be here for is to tour the Cavern. Our high rating is a because the park delivered just what was advertised. They give you a place to park your rig close to the caverns. Access to the park is good. Pavement all the way although the road is somewhat narrow. Signage was adequate. Check in was quick, informative and efficient. We were first in that day so we had the best choice of spots. That being said, non were spectacular. We have opposing slides. We were lucky and were able able to use both. Power and water are the only amenities and they worked well. The site was hard packed gravel and was very level. We had a little shade. The pull thru section of the park fills every night. I did hear some guests grumble a bit about the size of the sites but those folks were not here for the cave experience. Earlier posts mentioned low hanging branches. We did not see any. If you are not here to do the cave, this park will probably be a disappointment. We paid $25.00 including tax and feel we received good value for our dollar. Had we not been here for the cave we would have been not very happy. - Rollin Ollens