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31 RV Parks near Medina, Texas
Oct 2017 - $10.00
First I will say: This is a beautiful setting and a really nice RV park with good facilities. Our rate was based on a month. It is located about 18 miles south of Kerrville and 8 miles north of Medina.
However, we would suggest not coming in from the north. Pulling your RV down highway 16 rom Kerrville would be a challenge, especially for a big rig. It is one curvy, hilly road! We intentionally went out of our way to come in from the south, and were glad we did. Would go so far as to say, driving thru the Rockies wasn't any worse.
A negative to some/positive for others: no cell service and no Verizon mifi service. The park does have free wifi and it is about the best I have ever found in any rv park. My phone and Consumer Cellular service does not have wifi calling capabilities, which is what is needed for most visitors. We were here a month and found not having cell phone service a little inconvenient. Cable tv was fine.
Another thing that is a neg/pos: those same curvy/hilly roads are loved by motorcyclists. Many stay in the very nice cabins that the park has to rent. Nothing against cyclists, but be ready to hear them coming and going at all hours. They don't think about the "quiet" time of 10pm to 8am.
If not for these 2 things, I would give this park a resounding 10. The staff are super nice. They have a restaurant, the Koyote Grill, which has great burgers and pizza, and on Fridays a fish/chic tender buffet that was excellent. The camp store sells basics.
Roadways in the park are very adequate. The sites are level, long and wide with packed gravel, concrete patios, picnic table, fire-ring. There is parking space for an extra car. Good utility hookups. Great dog area. Beautiful walking/hiking trails and one of the prettiest pool and patio areas I have seen. So, even with the little inconvenience and bike noise, we like this park and would go back. - JudynJoe
Sep 2017 - $59.00
We had a great time here Medina Highpoint. My wife and our 8 year old son spent Labor Day Weekend as guests this year. The staff is fantastic along with a good rotation of live music and food options at the restaurant. Outdoor music stage with tables and a view that is intoxicating. Spacious park and the RV portion was nice. Stayed in pull through with all the necessary hookups. Could use some more shade trees, but view all around is the trade-off. We spent a lot of time at the pool and hiked to the two observation decks. Killer views! We'll be back & the only reason for the 9 and not 10 stars, is to leave room to keep getting better:).Wi-Fi is weak out here, which if you plan to be outdoors the whole time is great, but i needed to do some work while there and had a hard time getting a very strong Wi-Fi signal and there is zero phone service out where so know that ahead of time, so you are not surprised. Manager and the staff are all awesome! Thanks for a great long weekend!We'll be back! - cbpierce69
Jul 2016 - $13.00
Stayed for the first time last week in site for back-in against the hill.
The views are tremendous and wildlife galore. In the morning, watching the herds of deer walking through the park was fantastic. Beautiful area to take lots of dog walks. The Friday night catfish dinner good, but the cook got sick and apparently not much of a back up system in place for this. So we made the 60 minute round-trip drive to Bandera and bought our barbeque provisions for Saturday night dinner. At outdoor music area/stage, in the heat of dusk, employee poured a lot of gas on the open fire-pit (by the stage) and lit it----needless to say it was smoky, nauseating and we had to move. Infinity pool was packed with big family groups and pretty dirty, but refreshing. Would like to try this place in cooler weather, because very little shade where most RVs park.
There is minimal cell coverage at this park, but staff will get a message to you from their toll-free #, if necessary. Manager and office staff great! - ALively
Nov 2018 - $13.00
Nice setting for the park. The staff is helpful and pleasant. The area around the park is beautiful. - Bob and Diane McCullough
Mar 2018 - $37.00
nice, beautiful rv park located in the Texas Hill Country. Beautiful pool, large recreation building with exercise room. - robert tyson
Sep 2017 - $17.00
First off, I did like this park. The front desk staff was very friendly and they had some nice lounging areas and fenced in dog areas. The site was the most un-level I have ever been to! I felt like my travel trailer was sitting on the curve of a basketball. I had to use boulders to be able to lower my jack stands which made me very uncomfortable. The fishing area is a mess, barely any water to fish and completely overgrown with long grass. Otherwise, the park was very quiet and I did enjoy my stay after I made sure my TT wouldn't roll off my site. The WIFI worked well (not many people were using the park) and I got a signal on AT&T. They are discontinuing Passport America this month so I'm not sure I will be back to this park. - oklahoma28
Nov 2018 - $14.00
I don't know where the previous reviewer stayed, but it WASN'T at Triple T. The rate I posted is based on monthly stay. We arrived here Novemner 1 and have found the staff to be very friendly and accommodating. The restrooms are clean. The lodge is a beautiful building. We had a Thanksgiving potluck in it, and there is a Super Bowl party planned for Sunday. While walking our dogs, we have yet to see any trailers in bad shape. We haven't had any problems with the utilities. The water is from a well. We aren't fond of the taste, but that was remedied by using a softener. Every once in a while you see law enforcement drive thru the campground. But that's common everywhere you go. We have seen no fighting or signs of drugs. There are quite a few permanent/long term residents, but sites are neat and tidy. We are "Winter Texans" who are planning on making Triple T our permanent home when we quit heading north for the summers. - AuntSmurf
Nov 2018 - $48.00
We stayed here a year ago and it was great, but it is now under new management. Don't drink the water! We'd suggest not even hooking up to the water. Fleas and stickers kept our dog miserable and now our coach is full of them. Management has no idea what they are doing and every now and then the owner arrives to scream and cuss at people. The police were on the property three times during our stay. There are a lot of run down mobile homes and cabins where shady types live full time. Some look like drug dealers. Problem with electric and water. Constant back ups with raw sewage on the ground. This place smelled like sewage. Pool has no heater. Road noise is too much and their lodge smells like raw sewage. There are a lot of "RVers" who haven't moved in years. We saw a lot of drinking and fighting and it wasn't like this before. We will never return. It used to be so great and friendly and now seems like it is a place for poor people to park and live forever. We miss the Triple T from 2017. - SL2017
May 2018 - $16.00
We stayed here for 3 weeks during a moving transition. It was very quiet and the hosts were very friendly and helpful. We highly recommend this park. - LL Horton
Mar 2019 - $28.00
Kerrville Schreiner Park is separated into two sections, divided by Hwy 173/Bandera Hwy. One side is the river side. There are no RV sites with an actual river view, but they are within walking distance of the river. There are four cabins with a river view. The river side has easy access to the river, the playground, and the butterfly garden; however, RV sites are closer to the highway, which means you get more highway noise at night. The other side of the park is the hillside area. We stayed in the hillside area in the Deerfield Loop. The RV sites are large. Although we heard the highway at times while outdoors, it was usually quiet. Most of the hiking trails are on this side of the park also. We saw deer during much of our stay, as well as rabbits. We found the connections in the Deerfield Loop to be situated well. Sites are slightly unlevel. We did have to level our trailer, but that is to be expected almost anywhere in the hill country. It's best to bring a sewer hose bridge to help keep the sewage going in the correct direction. There are two washers and two dryers located near the Deerfield Loop; however, the washers weren't in service when we were there. I asked the office if there were more, and there were not. She did direct me to a laundromat in Kerrville. Restrooms stayed clean, even with the volume of people using them over spring break. We enjoyed our stay there, and we would like to return. It's a nice campground. - Amanda L
Feb 2019 - $25.00
We spent a week here in between NOMADS mission projects to explore some of the HiIl Country. We made our reservation for the Pecan Loop (30 amp full hookups) but after a few nights we asked to move to the part of the park across the highway where there is less traffic noise from the highway. The staff gave us a list of the sites that would be available for the remainder of our stay and let us pick one. We enjoyed the trails and easy access to the River Trail. There are a lot of deer in the park - indigenous whitetails as well a a couple of imported exotics. - Nomads_2
Sep 2018 - $26.00
This was our second stay at this park. The park is split into two parts: one on the side of the river and one on the South side of Bandera Highway. Check-in is at the office on the river side entrance. Both times we stayed on the larger part of the park, South of the highway. They have a great trail system here, and it was recently expanded. You can hike for several miles here and never leave the park. We will stay here again. - Cloud Mine
Apr 2011 - $10.00
The address for the Center is 3805 State Hwy 27 East Kerrville,TX . Reservations can be made by calling the above phone number. The office to make payment at is in the courthouse in Kerrville at the corner of RT16 (Sidney Baker) and Rt27 (Main Street). 700 Main Street Ste 101. This is their fairgrounds so be aware it’s like camping at a fairground. We had 30 AMP and Water hook up. It was pleasant, quiet and close to the city of Kerrville. For $10.00 a night you can’t go wrong. We would definitely camp their again. - M.Register
May 2018 - $10.00
A small quiet RV park inside a senior (55+) mobile home park. Most of the RV spaces are used by long term residents with a few for short term stays (four pull throughs). All spaces were maintained very nicely and all residents (including the mobile home folks) were welcoming and friendly. I stayed here a month, the nightly rate is based on the monthly rate of $300 (not including utilities). Electricity rate is very reasonable ($0.10/kw-h). The park is about an hour from downtown San Antonio and is conveniently located to explore the Hill Country of Texas (Fredericksburg, Luckenbach, LBJ Ranch, Wimberley). The park has access to the Guadalupe River and the Kerrville river trail (perfect for bicycling or walking). I utilized the small, clean laundry room several times. Reasonably priced, never had to wait for a washer). The facilities include a swimming pool and impressive Club House. I didn't use the restrooms or showers, but were maintained very clean. Management was very professional and friendly and I was invited to participate in all Rio Robles planned activities. I will definitely stay here again when I'm in the area. - AZ-Rick
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This RV Campground is for the most part permanent residents, however, they also have short term camping sites as well. The pull-through sites have 50 & 30 amps available. Each site has cable TV and free WiFi. The WiFi is weak during peak hours but it still works. And all of the pull-through sites are shaded. A club house with very clean restroom, showers, kitchen, game room and a library is also available. The people are super friendly which makes this a very attractive spot for campers. My wife and I will be returning to this campground in the future. - W Byington
May 2017 - $9.00
Just had a very pleasant stay here. It's 1st rate clean, quiet and very well kept. There's ample shopping nearby and some good food to be found. There's even a public walking path in close proximity that runs about 3 mi along the river. I will readily be back and highly recommend. It's one of the best parks I've stayed at and an excellent rate of $285/mo plus elec which is low -no more than 12c/kwh. - 2 maybe 3 eagles
Nov 2018 - $40.00
Access to the park is good. Paved all the way. Signage is good. Check in was reasonably quick and very informative. This is a gated park. An access code was provided at check in. Parameter roads are concrete, asphalt and if you cross the bridge to the island tenting area, hard packed gravel. Our site, 27, was a back in overlooking the Guadalupe River. It came with a table, power (30), water, sewer, cable, Wifi that was iffy at times and a small patio. Spacing is quite close but we plenty of room for our opposing slides and awning. There are wider spaced areas available. I think they are called the Deluxe Riverside. Our site worked well for us though. If you are not self contained getting to the bathrooms could be a challenge. They are located at the office quite a way up a hill. We did look in on them and they were clean and well appointed. I was amazed to learn that this park was under two feet of water just over a month ago. There is still some evidence of the major flooding that took place in this area but the cleanup has been looked after very quickly. Some river back restoration and remediation work is still taking place but they are 95% done. We happened to be here during Thanksgiving and the park hosted a Pot Luck dinner. We met some fine people staying here and the food was wonderful. We used this park as a base to tour the area. We did not see a playground but the kids seemed to have a good time playing by the river and using the wide open spaces on the island. There are no restaurants or services within easy walking distance but all services are available just a short drive away. This park delivered everything as promised. We paid a weekly rate of $30.00 night and feel we received good value for our dollar. We would return in a heart beat. - Rollin Ollens
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Nice park we're staying 3 nights. Pool is very small. If you think about coming here, make sure you ask for the back in sites along the canal, there's shade, otherwise you are in the sun. I had requested the back in site, but didn't get one. But that's okay!!! Staff is very helpful, premises is clean and well kept. Very quiet. Will come again but make sure we can have a site with more shade. - Cjomolly
Mar 2018 - $15.00
By the River RV Park and Campground is located off the Junction Highway so GPS devices will have no problem getting you to the park. The front desk people were great at checkin. We had a nice pull thru that was long enough for both the RV and truck. The site was mostly gravel. The hookups were convenient. We had a lot of rain during our stay and we wish there was a little more gravel but the park in our area drained pretty good. We had a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. By the River RV Park and Campground is located on an arm of the Guadalupe River. There are a lot of walking trails and a bridge to the island created by the arm as it exits and then rejoins the Guadalupe River. There are a lot of nice parks in Kerrville and we would stay here again. In fact we will be back in December of this year. - Bob & Jo
Jan 2019 - $38.00
We stayed here for a three-day stopover on the way to Florida on I-10. This is a 55+ park but it is filled with residents, with only 5 spots for overnight guests. We had an asphalt parking spot, just like any parking lot. It is a very old park but it does have an indoor pool that we didn't use. The sewer connection was sunk below ground level so we couldn't get a good connection. We had to use a sewer doughnut and a rock. There is no dog park, just a tiny strip of grass next to a drainage ditch. And, normally in campgrounds, people are walking around, waving, chatting with everyone. The residents seemed friendly to each other but ignored us. - Peggy coffey
Jun 2018 - $40.00
The Take it Easy park is close to downtown Kerrville with commercial activity nearby. It's been around a while so it's nicely shaded with big trees throughout. There are a combination of nightly, seasonal and park model spaces. The activity building contains the very clean bathrooms and showers, laundry, activity room and indoor pool. Outside were horseshoe and shuffle board areas. Cable TV is available but you'll need to connect a converter box. They have those available for free with a $25 deposit. We didn't use the TV hookup. They also don't take credit cards so have cash or a checkbook with you. We got in a bit past office hours and quick call from the phone by the door brought someone to check us in and a guide to take us to our site. Sites had a fairly large concrete patio and were level. It's a 55+ park so be aware if you're traveling with the kiddos. - AZJim
Feb 2016 - $34.00
The pull through sites were narrow and near highway, but were on asphalt and hookups were convenient. Wi-fi reception was sporadic at peak times. The facilities were very good: hot tub, swimming pool and large recreation room. The bathroom was spacious and the shower was as good as the one I have at home. Access to site would be tight for larger rigs, but we only have a 21 foot travel trailer and had no problem negotiating the turns. - Bart1979
Feb 2019 - $14.00
Great stay, roomy site, staff friendly, trash pickup at site, propane tank fills - pick up and return. Expansion under way with all concrete sites. Get a river side back in for the best views and pet walking. Park allows wifi streaming, sometimes slow. Phone is good. - SDCampowneroperator
Dec 2018 - $37.00
Our group held a rally here in early December. Access is a bit tricky at present due to rain and the low water crossing from Hwy 173 or the construction on Hwy 27. The entrance is easily identified, check-in efficient, staff friendly and helpful. The sites are generously spaced with ample grass between each and trees that will provide plenty of shade in a few years. The utility hook-ups are well placed on each site. For a group like ours the real jewel to the park was the rally hall. It is fantastic. It is extremely big, well appointed, with a kitchen that will support feeding a large crowd. Part of the rally hall building houses an indoor pool and hot tub, a game room and an exercise room. This is arguably the nicest facility we've encountered in years of traveling. The park also has a significant number of cabins, and unlike many we've seen at other parks, these are self-contained making a trip to the shared-use showers and toilets unnecessary. We can foresee this being a place "snow-birds" will flock to in the winter, as I'm sure management is hoping. The only reason we didn't give the park a perfect score has to do with the full-timers. We readily acknowledge the ability of a park to attract full-timers allows them to stay open and provide the transient travelers a great place to stay. However, many of the sites are beginning to look a little "messy". We understand "stuff" accumulates and a motorhome or trailer has limited storage space, but this is getting out of hand at the park. Perhaps when they have completed construction and are fully operational management will draw a more strict line about appearance of the sites. - Don & Candy
Jul 2018 - $37.00
Only spent a short time relaxing but, when we could, the indoor pool was wonderful. Grounds are well kept and construction was not a bother at all. Rented golf cart to have easy access to the river on a weekday when not crowded. I will be returning due to its location. - Charles66
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Mar 2018 - $46.00
This is a very well run park. We stayed during Spring Break. This park is perfect for family fun. There is so much for children to do outside. Pools, river,trampoline,mini golf, etc. We saw children having so much fun at this park. We asked to be parked at the back of the park so it would be quite area. No kids with us. We were escorted to our site. There is a nice cement picnic table and fire ring. I did also look at the rec hall and saw the staff cooking pancakes for everyone that wanted to eat breakfast. Good store on site also. Close to lots of stores and restaurants. We loved this park. - Linda Griff
Feb 2018 - $15.00
We rented one of their cheapest sites for a month. Site was a real bargain basement spot. No grass, plenty of burrs for the dog to step on, overgrown bushes. Looks like they were cleaning up others and had not gotten to this one yet. Very quiet, very friendly staff. A wonderful place for kids. A good place for adults when the kids aren't there. Little to no parking near the main facilities makes it difficult to use them if you are parked on the "back forty". - GOTTOYS
Dec 2017 - $50.00
Right on the Guadalupe River, but you can't really see it from your site. Take a walk down the nature path - it's about a 1-mile loop. We don't have kids, so we didn't check on all those activities. Showers and restrooms were clean. Site needed some leveling side-to-side. Very long asphalt site. Concrete patio. Very quiet when we were there in December. Verizon cell service good at campground, spotty in some other areas of Kerrville. Satellite good. Small store (Ranger station) on-site. Lots to do in town. - Quartermoon