This Houston RV campground and preserve lies among green fields and pecan groves along the shores of the Colorado River, midway between Houston and San Antonio. Abundant wildlife, including deer and armadillo, can be seen throughout Colorado River RV Camping.
Hiking, canoeing and fishing are popular activities at our Houston RV campground from Thousand Trails. Colorado River RV Camping guests can easily relax in our peaceful riverside RV campground in Texas. With easy access to the freeway, a trip to the big cities that lie east or west offers a fun day out, before returning to the sanctuary of this RV preserve.
New Cabins/Cottages Have Arrived! Stay among riverside pecan groves at a Houston RV campground Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Colorado River RV Campground. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
The river is a beautiful site no doubt. The campgrounds are older and could use a bit of updating. We were close to the river. Was a bit disappointed as when booking through TT website, it said full hook ups when we arrived, only Water and Electric were available. ( reason for the 4 instead of 5 stars }Not a big issue as we were only there for a couple nights and as full-timers, we have a system down pat where our rig could stay off a sewer line for at least 7-10 days. All in all, its a nice place to come and relax, not too much to do if your a family. Clean restrooms and showers.
The area is beautiful, lot of animals and plants. It is advertised with a lot of facilities but the most, like the playground and mini-golf need immediate attention. I took my granddaughter to the playground and can't use it (old and broken). People treated us very respectful and nice but the campground is in need of repairs.
Yes, there's not a lot of spaces between spots like there are in most state parks, but the residents are quiet. We had space D25 which is on the outside of the big loop by the river and boat ramp. Lots of space on the door side to the next unit, and nature behind us.
When they talk about deer being everywhere, they ain't kidding. And watch where you walk in the grass, the deer left presents.
Very friendly staff, and the couple of other campers we talked to were very nice. Being a Thousand Trails property, there was no loud music or rowdy camps.
They have free WiFi. It's reception is spotty, sometimes great, sometimes bad. Supposed to be better up by the activity center.
AT&T reception is LTE and varies by location and time. I had 1 bar to 4 bars at the same spot throughout the day.