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48 RV Parks near Redwood, Texas
We did however find 48 campgrounds within 25 miles of Redwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Redwood in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $35.00
One of the nicest RV parks we have stayed in. Camping under a pecan grove gave us a much needed break from the Texas sun. The river is awesome and the folks in the office are very friendly and helpful. We stayed in site #226. Couldnt be better. - newmarboy
Jul 2019 - $42.00
Initially made a reservation for 2 nights but we ended up staying an extra night. They were very accommodating. Park is on the river and they have huge shade trees that cover most of the spaces! Will definitely stay here again!!! Walmart and tube rental near by. - Jay Carr
Nov 2018 - $50.00
Worst place ever, Owner & Manager are not friendly, beware. Electric has bad issues due to River flooding campground causing electricity problems. - 06Fatboy
Jan 2015 - $10.00
They do not allow children, which for the majority of people means they don't want you. They are almost always full, because of their cheap monthly price (which is why I listed 10 a night). They have no bathrooms, no showers, no laundry, and very short inconvenient office hours. They have no website, which is weird in 2015, so good luck getting their number. - Swift_Strongarm
Aug 2011 - $10.00
When we came to this part of Texas for a job. This was a very reasonable place. Good place for workers that have self contained RV's since they don't have restrooms or showers. Very nice people and next door to the Three Dudes Winery. Less than 2 miles outside of town. The rate I gave was monthly and we would stay again. - BJ&ME
May 2018 - $50.00
DO NOT CAMP HERE. We made a reservation several weeks in advance and arrived at 1 pm only to find the office closed with at least a dozen different signs on the front door but no reservation information or any information whatsoever. We called the phone number on the door but no one answered so we left a message, found an open pad and parked. The call was returned 4-1/2 hours later after we had completely hooked up our motorhome and unhooked our tow vehicle. The woman who called was rude and told us to leave $50 in cash or check in one of their envelopes and drop it in the mail chute. Every building on the property was locked and the laundry, showers and bathrooms were all permanently closed. WiFi and cable didn't work and whoever camped out in our spot prior to us left a gallon jug of water full of cigarette butts. There were dogs off leash and other campers who let their dogs crap everywhere but never cleaned up after them. We only stayed because we were 10 miles away when they called and were already set up. The next morning the owners showed up at our door before we had a chance to leave the envelope and demanded their $50 so I took the opportunity to ask them how they can charge $50 for nothing but a pad, electric, water and sewer and zero amenities save the loose dogs and dog crap. The woman got loud and demanded the cash, then started yelling that I'd better pay up or she was going to park a backhoe in front of our motorhome and call the police. We've never experienced anything like this and we've spent over 1,000 nights out in our motorhome. My only tip is STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE. - Jim_L
Mar 2018 - $100.00
The Wi-Fi is nonexistent, the cable is nothing but channels you can get over the airways. Poor customer service, if any. No one stays in the office, you call the number on the door of the office and hope they return the call. My advice, stay away. - MJW3079
Jun 2017 - $45.00
There are some good pull-through sites in this park in the interior. The outer back-in sites are primarily gravel and are not very level.
The park is located on the Hwy feeder and there is a plant behind the park. Both of these contribute to the noise level in the park. It's a little loud but not overwhelming. - Booney
Sep 2019 - $47.00
We stayed three nights in a travel trailer (site 91). We had good shade from an old pecan tree which was welcome in the afternoons since temps were in the low 90s with high humidity. The sites are all within walking distance of the San Marcos river, which is shallow enough to wade or bring a folding chair and enjoy the cool water. Amenities are great with a large outdoor pavilion, nice club house, restrooms, shower facilities, and laundry. The only downside for us was the lack of T-mobile service, but that isn’t the camp’s fault. It is a beautiful park, and yes, the sites are close together, but there is still plenty of room for outdoor life. - Jbkerr
May 2019 - $47.00
First of all the parks name is Leisure Resorts, the place is not a resort at all. I was a workamper from May 2019 until late July 2019. The park is nice yes as the main attraction is the San Marcos river. The park sold from private ownership in early June 2019 to some folks out of California, nuff said. The "transition" period was a horrible experience. Most of the real working staff was very friendly and did their jobs, but then there were the slackers. Would I go there as an RV'er no way. Pets are not allowed on the river at all. Pets are only welcome if you are in an RV. - JARanch226
Aug 2016 - $60.00
This park has the potential to be great. The problem is with their insistence to cram people, RVs, and vehicles on every inch of space they have and the never ending revolving door day use that the park allows. They allow way too many people and cars into the park on the weekends, I know this is a huge cash cow for them, but it is beyond too-crowded. People and cars everywhere. And they are obviously not re-investing the abundance of day fees on fixing up and taking care of the park. The roads in and about the property are in horrible shape. The bath houses are deplorable...of course they are used by a thousand day people on busy days. The RV pedestals are a joke, the picnic tables are dilapidated, and the sites are so close to each other in some cases it is difficult to get full size RVs in and out, or awnings deployed. It rained several days during our trip, so we had to deal with mud puddles, muddy ruts and huge pot holes filled with water that did not drain, the entire time we were there, and there was a definite stench about the entire RV area. The tent-only camping area apparently has no limits either. At the area below my RV site, what appeared to be 3 tent sites, I counted 45 people, 2 dogs that barked constantly, and 9 vehicles.
This park is also nit-picky with their pricing. They charge for everything, extra kids, extra cars, showers, $14 per day per person to get shuttled one mile to the bridge, etc.
All that being said, the facility is filled with beautiful scenery and incredible access to the San Marcos River. The staff is very helpful, and friendly, and the full hookup sites in the premium area have level concrete RV pads. There is a nice pool that the kids enjoy, and they have a small store with some essentials and ice.
Although we still enjoy coming to this park and the river environment, the perfect time to use this facility would be Sunday night through Thursday night, and be on your way Friday AM before the weekend madness. - Tcamper
Feb 2013 - $10.00
We stayed there a few months while we were on a job. Rate is based on monthly. This a small park that is great for workers or anyone that doesn't need all the extras that the resorts offer. It is a clean park and the owners are on site. We would stay again. - BJ&ME
Jun 2015 - $40.00
I enjoyed the golf course and the area very much. there were alot of things to do in the nearby towns.
The office staff was very nice. It has Pull through sites and 50 amp service. There was supposed to be WIFI but we couldn't figure it out. There was a swimming pool which was nice in the heat.
The spots were gravel with Lots of big trees giving you a lot of shade. The roads were paved around the campgrounds but there are a ton of pot holes so you have to be very careful. - houseofclarkes
Jun 2015 - $14.00
I paid monthly and stayed for three months. The location and monthly price was a good value (which is why I listed 14 a night). The people who ran the park were very nice and courteous. The pool was out of order, and the wifi barely reached more than 10 feet from the main office. The park looked very trashy, because they did not require people to maintain their lots. I never used the bathrooms, but I am willing to bet they probably weren't that good judging from the appearance of the rest of the park. On the plus side they don't care about trailer age, trailer appearance, families, retirees, etc. All are welcome. If you aren't too superficial this park isn't half bad. - Swift_Strongarm
Jan 2013 - $20.00
Stayed here one night. Check-in went fine once the reservation was found and clerk figured out we were not staying for a month. Our drive through spot was easy to find/get into. The CG has MANY full time in a myriad of rigs and their outdoor decorations, stuff or just plain junk greatly distracts from this CG. The roads are narrow, rough and curvy which made negotiating our 40' rig with towed, very difficult. Rate reflects the Passport America discount; this is not a $40 a night CG. I would not stay here again. - Monaco Bob
Mar 2019 - $24.00
We camped here with reservations made 187 days prior to arriving. Our site in the FHU loop, fairway View, had a very nice view of the State Park 9-hole golf course, which was barely used. Quick check-in by Park Rangers upon arrival at 3pm Friday. Very quiet campground during Texas Spring Break with a bit of highway noise and occasional train whistle. The metal pergola over the site picnic table was a nice feature. Each site had a BBQ smoker. Saw wild turkeys and deer. Sites in this loop require side-to-side leveling. Sites are close together in this FHU loop with no vegetation (only grass) to provide privacy. Restroom/shower clean, but only one shower stall (one for men and one for women). Numerous attempts to connect to Park's complimentary WiFi was unsuccessful. No firewood for sale in the Park. Unless you are a golfer, this is a good Park to kick-back and relax, read a book. Trails are very short. Check with Park HQs to get latest on Ranger-led activities. Star gazing was scheduled for Saturday eve, but cloudy conditions caused it to cancel. - napunani
Apr 2018 - $22.00
This park is just outside of town, close to eating and shopping. Only problem I had was with no Verizon service at site 15 which was down near the creek. This site required two inches of levelling. The wagon wheel sites might have been a better option. Has a 9 hole golf course and a swimming pool. - Texas Jim
May 2017 - $20.00
Small park. Best sites are 1-10 as they have full hook-ups and are level, but they are in a close circle. Sites 11-20 have water and electric and are now paved, but they all slant toward the parallel creek. Many of the 11-20 sites are pull through - meaning the RV leans from one side to the other downhill toward the creek. Verizon yielded only 1 bar. Free wifi only so-so. - SunStar203
Jan 2018 - $12.00
Rate is based on month stay... nice park..beautiful location...friendly staff..bit tight but doable...good location.. good WiFi.. ATT cell service is poor. - tbax46
Mar 2017 - $32.00
Good campground for self contained rvs on Guadalupe River. Sites 1-7 have good access to back in. Good selection of pull through sites. I cannot recommend this campground for tenting due to the limited facilities. They also charge extra for any guests that come to visit you even if you do not exceed 4 people in your camp ($20 car day use fee). You can place your rv on either side of the patio. You park your vehicle on the other side of the patio. Hookups on both sides of patio. Beware of the tire spikes on the exits. One camper tried to enter through the exit and had his tires flattened. - Wilco
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Very clean RV campground, as I witness several crews picking up trash and milling about the campground. Lots of rules here, so many that it has the potential of a deal breaker. No refunds, $40 per day for each vehicle over the allowed maximum of 1, charge for extra guest, wheel spikes at entrance and exit, etc. Despite all of this the river is what brings you and that doesn't disappoint. Sites are WAY too close, no shade, horrific parking. It was our first time staying here and we probably will not return. If you have AT&T, no service but Verizon you do. They mention that they offer WiFi, forget about that. It's not strong enough to text with, I'm serious! - stlucia
May 2019 - $55.00
The noise between the bridges made no difference as it sounded just like the river, so it all blended in nicely. The park is small and intimate. The people who live and work here are friendly and will help with anything they can. I felt extremely safe camping here as a woman alone. I was here before the big "tubing summer visitors" so it was extremely quiet. The entry is sharp so be careful. It will sneak up on you before you know it. Put in those Google Map directions and don't try to find this place without them. Drive SLOWLY inside, as the speed bumps are high and you might hit a duck/goose as they are all over (I had 12 baby ducklings at my place daily; the office sells corn to feed the ducks, please do not feed them bread as this is bad for their health). The sites are spacious enough for picnic tables and not in your neighbor's face. The cheaper sites are under the bridge and most are steep with creative need for stacking blocks, the pull throughs are in the middle, the greenbelt is nice but seems to be facing a fence, except site 12, which I think is the prettiest in the whole park. The big premiums face the river, but I think they are not as pretty as site 12 since it's on a corner staring at the curve in the river. The laundry is very clean. There are 3 washers and 3 dryers, so time your work according to "busy" hours. Since it's a small and intimate park, there should not be a problem with that. There are code locks on the restrooms and laundry. The water pressure was great. This is not a "resort" per se, but a campground that is very nice. I highly recommend it. I would stay again in a heartbeat. - RainAtSea
Apr 2019 - $65.00
This place is called a resort, but that's a bit optimistic. The park is on the Guadalupe River, but beneath the I-35 and I-35 Business roads, so is very noisy. There is a kayak launch and rental kayaks on the property. There is a boat launch next door. The park is one loop with back-ins on the outside and pull-throughs in the center. Some of the back-ins have steep slopes that appeared to required lots of blocks. - Ward1980
Dec 2018 - $65.00
We have thoroughly enjoying our stay at River Ranch. The staff are amazingly friendly and extremely helpful with new RVers like ourselves. We've been here for a month and a half now and would stay longer if not for the constant humming of I-35 road noise and the very weak T-Mobile cellular coverage. You're literally right along the banks of the Guadalupe river and have a host of ducks and geese to keep you company during the day. The fishing is great and the scenery is peaceful. We're going to miss this lil spot. Get to know the camp hosts, they're good people. They do offer several discounts, which is not reflected above. Good Sam, Passport America, TACO, Military, Police, and Firefighters. To utilize the PA discount you must call at least 3 days prior to arrival. When hooking up to sewer you are required to use a clear 90. - DuncanMc