I’ve been camping here for a a few years now and always have a good time. It’s a very basic camp site. There are open spots along the river with large trees to provide shade and block wind. There are power outlets at these walk in camp sites. When I say walk in, I mean that you park and then walk about 10 yards to your site. So those are both convenient. The store near the camp site is not open year round but the Shell station up the road has everything you’ll need. There are also sone ice houses around if you want to do that. There are restrooms toward the top of the campgrounds with showers as well as a laundry room. You can make fires but you’ll need to bring your own wood.
Great place in the Guadalupe River. The RV spots have plenty of room. Backing in can be tricky if it’s a busy weekend and you arrive late. Pack an ice chest an a chair and get wet in the river. Awesome views and people there are real helpful. Can’t wait to go back next year.
Love this campground for tent camping! Shady and on the river bank, and not all the way down river road!
The Guadalupe River lets out right at the camp site so makes it convenient to just hop out of the river. The camp grounds are crowded however, and a bit pricey. Overall though, it’s a fun environment. FYI you have to buy tokens to use the showers.
Loved it here! Nice staff, spacious camping spaces, on the water, near facilities.
Camp Hueco Springs is owned by the same operators as the Double Rockin' R Campground. However, this campground has many more amenities. The campground is located near the town of New Braunfels along the River Road.
The main attraction of this campground is the easy access to the Guadalupe River.
The office/store has an abundance of supplies from groceries to firewood to fishing supplies. On one side of the campground there are primitive sites with only picnic tables. On the other side of the campground are pad sites for RVs with full water, electric and sewage hookups. There are restroom facilities near the campsites and a few pot-a-potties scattered around the grounds. Tent campers are allowed on the pad sites, but the fees are a little more and you will be surrounded by RVs. Down the road there is a store where you can rent cabins, inner tubes, canoes, kayaks and SUPs. There is something for everyone at this campground.
The best part about this campground is the easy access to the river. There are some campsites right on the bank of the river and others a short walk away under a grove of trees. Some of the campsites on the river do not have shade, so bring your own sun shade. One downside to this campground is that the campsites lie between the river and the road, so often you can hear road noise - bring some ear plugs. Also, this campground receives lots of visitors during the summer and fall so don't expect much privacy. Sometimes the restroom facilities are left a bit untidy.
In the winter this campground is often used as access point for fly fishermen seeking to land huge trout. In the summer, the water is sometimes low and slow moving which can limit water recreational activities. However, if you're there for the floating, paddling, fishing or just hanging out by the river this campground offers something for everyone.