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My wife and I haven't been able to take a vacation alone together in years. We had just bought a travel trailer and we had a different place booked but then covid happened and they cancelled on us. We were worried that we weren't going to get some time together but then we found mystic quarry and let me say it was amazing. The owners did everything they could do to help us when we got there and during our stay. They offer river floating from a nearby tube rental place that will come pick you up and drop you back off at the camp ground. So much to do between the hiking trails, pool, hot tub, horseshoes, bocca ball courts, fishing at the nearby canyon lake. It was an amazing time and we will definitely be back.
Came here for plans to visit family and ended up staying almost 2 months during the COVID-19 virus stay at home order. Simple RV park off the side of Hwy 281. Some roads paved other gravel. Spots on the north side in an oak grove and are laid out to meet the terrain. The south side is not as treed. The bathrooms are nice and very clean. Laundry room is clean but small. Cute recreation areas and a huge dog park area. Good Verizon signal, slow in park WiFi. Hwy noise there but not overwhelming. The owners are fantastic and we were welcomed and given a home during a difficult time. When we come back, and we will, no question we will definitely come back here.
We loved the quiet and peace of this RV Resort nestled in Texas Hill Country.
The Park: they have a large pool area with cafe and snacks. The property is large and spaces are spread out through out the park. The big draw is the Guadalupe River, Canyon Lake, and the woods and hills.
They have hot shoes, bath houses, laundry.
The sites: Gravel and mostly level, very few sites were unlevel. You’re surrounded by hills so it is nice and quiet. They are full hook up sites. Each site had a fire ring and picnic table. Small deer herds would move through the park each evening. Many of the campers feed them corn and they know the sounds and come running out of the hills.
The campground is near grocery and hardware stores. Within an hour are several bigger towns with more stores.
Cellular: T-Mobile was decent but not great. They do have Campground WiFi that worked faster.
It’s the best, right by the river and completely private, the land is huge so there’s plenty of space between campers. The water is so clear it beautiful, shallow areas to hang out but also has deep areas to fish and float. My favorite get away in Spring Branch.
This is a pretty resort but crowded with full timers not RV full timers but but people livening here. They are sitting outside playing Mexican music loud at 2:00am with no respect for other neighbors. The management staff are no where to be found and no phone numbers to contact anyone for help. Don’t bother staying here unless you don’t want to sleep. It in now 3am.
Pretty nice for an RV park. Nice pool area. Close to the river walk, which is very well maintained. Sites are small, but there is a little green area next to each. Be sure to follow their directions and not your GPS, as there is a very low bridge one way and bottom scraping RR crossing another.
We went on a nice weekend in early Feb and although it was chilly at night (down to mid-30s), the sun warmed us up during the day. The water was nice and clear blue, my husband enjoyed fly fishing. It was difficult to get a good hike in, I couldn’t figure out how to get to the longer hikes on the north side of the river without leaving the park and driving around. But since we were only there for a quick weekend it was just fine to walk around a bit. We went to the river overlook and that was pretty. Our spot was in the Turkey Sink campground, spot 65. It’s easy to see your neighbor from this spot but the campground was nice and quiet at night/early morning. Friendly staff too, and clean restrooms with showers. Had a great time!
We came for the month of January to camp next to friends. It’s a family RV park and has nice amenities. We are just outgrowing the atmosphere. It’s nothing against the park, we just have a teenager. (14) I recommend it for any families with younger kids! If you have a teen who rolls their eyes as a bounce pillow and isn’t interested in miniature golf, probably keep looking.
Our site is wooded and has a nice fire pit—but unfortunately right now there is a burn ban in Comal County.
Pet friendly! Has a small dog park.
We stained over New Years, beautiful little spot. Camp was very clean and had decent large bathrooms with a clean shower. Sites are large and well maintained, covered area was very nice and sturdy. Large amount of room between sites. No sewer hock up so we had to pump out. No fires they had a burn ban in effect but we were allowed to grill. Had a few visitors to the site. Would definitely stay again, very nice small RV park.