Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Dos Rios RV Park
$30.00 - $40.00
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
No Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 50 ft.
Dos Rios RV Park is located in Texas
30.6513 N
-99.2503 W
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4 Reviews of Dos Rios RV Park
One of a kind ! Enjoyed every minute!

This place is on the river.,  walks are eventful, sites are accommodating.  Fire pits   Picnic tables even extra chairs and a grill.  Stars are visible abd such a view.  They rent kayaks and have trips available.  The on site host is readily available ( not hiding)  we will be back!

Rv park with some decent tent sites

It’s not super private and there are only 2 bathrooms (one men’s and one women’s) serving the entire site and the shower is inside the bathroom so if someone is showering you may be waiting quite awhile to be able to potty. The site was clean and each tent site came with some extra tables and chairs and a picnic table. Had a grill and a fire pit at ours. Dumpster available so you don’t have to take all your trash with you.

Love coming here

Have stayed at the group site and site #1. The group site is nice and close to the bathrooms/showers with plenty of space, but is a little hike down to the water. Site #1 is more secluded and overlooks the water. More of a hike to the bathrooms, but worth it if youre nimble. You can rent kayaks and explore the calm waters or tie up a tube and float.

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You get what you pay for

For $30 a night this is a decent campground.  We enjoyed our stay, but I'm not sure that I would pick this place compared to a campsite along Frio River if I had to choose.  

The road leading to your campsite is gravel and windy.  There is not a place to check in, you just drive directly to your campsite.  I'm not sure how well a 30-40 foot camper would fair going down the trail to the best sites by the water.

We stayed at site 5 which is a really nice location with views of the river.  You have to walk down the road and to the water but it's not far.  Sites 1 and 5 have trails leading to the bathroom.  The downside to this is that people would walk through your campsite to get to the water.  The trail leading to the bathroom is made of rocks and a little steep.  

Sites 31-38 are more out in the open and do not have shade.

The river is warm and somewhat clear.  There is a little ledge that your kiddos can jump off into the water.  The RV park also has kayaks you can rent.  

There is not a store in the park.