We stopped here on our way to the Texas AVID Expo. While all the close by RV parks were full; filled with oil field workers The Caverns was available.
Although it was off the highway a bit the nice grassy area with trees made it worthwhile. We forgot our mosquito spray and the woman in the shop loaned us hers for the evening.
There were lots of deer in the field and the upper area to watch. Cell phone service was limited .
The Caverns of Sonora is a nice little spot hiding in the Texas Hill Country about 5 miles west of Sonora.
the drive in through the hills is a nice change from the interstate. There are several RV sites with water and electric and about 20 tent sites. Sites are nicely shaded. There are peacocks and deer roaming the grounds.
there is a gift shop/store and a modern shower/bathroom.
we only stopped one night, so we didn’t tour the caverns.
sunrise was beautiful over the hills.