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We camped here Memorial Day. The staff was very friendly and the sites were clean with sewer hook ups. It had rained so the site was pretty flooded, but we made the best of it. There are a lot of things to do for kids and the pool was not too crowded.
We stayed in the Live Oak camping loop which has spacious sites and RV hookups. The park has great hiking with some trails basically going straight up to the tops of the surrounding hills. Be sure to check out the caves and the view from Old Baldy. We saw plenty of birds and even turkeys! The river…
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SKYLINE RANCH RV PARK- BANDERA, TX
Type of Park: Private-owned
Check In: 12p Check Out: 11a
$38 per night for 30 amp
Discounts: Good Sam 10%, TACO, AAA•
Water• 20/30 amp• Sewer• Cable TV• Picnic Table• Site Pad: Gravel. Mostly level
👍🏻 Pros:• This site has a…
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This place is very nice. Clean bathrooms, near river, has a play area for the kids. Deer come up and eat in the field in the evenings as well.
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We really enjoy coming to this park. They have great waterfront sites for our 30RB airstream and lots of hiking areas for dogs along the Guadalupe River. Owners are great and the clientele always seem friendly.
We had an amazing time with our whole family.
Garner is a lovely park and February is a great time to visit if you are there to camp and hike. Our site ended up being too tight for our slides to open fully (because of trees on either side). We ended up having to leave one closed because of a storm that came through at night. Low hanging…
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Garner is a magical place full of summertime memories for many TX families. We love to have a picnic and rent kayaks. This is a must-do park in Hill Country. Fun for the whole family, but gets crazy packed in the summer.
So far, one of my favorite TX State Parks. Great for landscape photography, swimming in the clear Frio River, biking and hiking.
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Great place to take family. The more populated areas tend to have a lot of littering around though :(
Now Called Nueces River RV & Cabin resort. We were here Easter Weekend 2021. Lots of families here for the holiday. We have an 18 foot travel trailer so they put us down near the river. There were mostly tents on that area but there were partial hook ups. Our spot was Beautiful with a perfect…
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Overall, this is the best RV park on the Frio River. I would give it 5 stars, however one negative with this park is the ground. It is made up of fine dirt and gravel that gets everywhere in your rig when it rains and with the morning dew. Simply taking my dog for a morning walk means I need to…
This park is a great escape to disconnect, view the DARK SKY and witness Mexican free-tailed bat emergence! Park campground is 25 miles after the turn off of US90. We stayed Friday and Saturday nights in mid-March. Few bats emerged during our stay; much better emergence in April as experienced in…
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We stayed here for a week and did some motorcycle day trips. Good base of operations for hill country adventures. Staff here are very friendly. Super clean, well-laid out RV park. Combination of pull-through and back-in sites. All sites are concrete with decent room between rigs. Hook ups are in…
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Many sites full of annuals.electric not usable at many sites