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Ideal RV Parks In The Texas Hill Country

Ideal RV Parks Texas Hill Country

Secure one of these RV parks in the Texas Hill Country before they are gone!

The Texas Hill Country is known for its scenic beauty, rolling hills, and charming small towns. It offers numerous RV parks that cater to families, outdoor enthusiasts, and travelers looking to explore the region. Here are some of my favorite top RV parks in the Texas Hill Country.

9 Ideal RV Parks In The Texas Hill Country

Each park has its own unique features and attractions, so you can choose the one that best suits your preferences and interests. These are just a few of the RV parks in the hill country.

When you’ve secured your RV spot, check out all the day trips in the Texas Hill Country you can take. Just unhook you vehicle and go!

1. Fredericksburgk, Texas RV Parks

Fredericksburg, Texas

Just north of San Antonio is this beautiful German town of Fredericksburg. This park is just a mile outside of the town’s main street and has full hook-ups, a picnic table at every spot, and free wifi.

It is the perfect place to stay if you want to hit the Texas Wine Trail in and around the Fredericksburg area. They also offer affordable rates for military and Good Sam memberships.

Things To Do

  1. Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is not far and located in Fredericksburg. It’s a great place to hike, picnic, and explore nature. Be sure to make a reservation ahead of time. There is a fee to enter.
  2. Admiral Nimitz National Museum of the Pacific War is located on Main Street. Definitely give yourself a couple of hours to roam around this amazing museum.

Where To Eat

There are so many places to eat in Fredericksburg, especially on Main Street, along with shopping and wineries. Don’t forget to look on the side streets too. I’ve known great places to be hidden on the side streets. There is also a food truck area right next to the RV park that is open during the day, weather permitting.

Fredericksburg RV Park
305 E Hwy St, Fredericksburg, TX
Phone: 830-990-9582

2. Blanco State Park 

Blanco, Texas

Located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, Blanco State Park is a beautiful park situated along the Blanco River. It offers RV camping with full hookups, picnic tables, and access to hiking trails and river activities. In the summer, swimming is permitted.

Things To Do

  1. Explore Downtown Blanco.
  2. Float down the Blanco River.
  3. Check out the Lavender Farm during their April- December opening dates.

Where To Eat

My favorite BBQ place is in Blanco, TX. 300 BBQ has some of the best brisket I’ve ever had, and their smoked blueberry cheesecake is worth the trip.

Blanco State Park
101 Park Rd 23, Blanco, TX
Phone: 830-833-4333

3. Garner State Park 

Concan, Texas

Situated on the Frio River, this state park is a popular destination for camping and outdoor recreation. It features RV campsites with water and electric hookups, and there is access to nature trails, swimming, and tubing.

Things To Do

  1. Floating down the Frio River is a summer must-do for locals and visitors
  2. There are also some great hiking spots; be sure to stay hydrated.
  3. Visit the shops and antiques on the square in the town of Uvalde.

Where To Eat

You are close to the town of Uvalde, TX, where several restaurants exist. Hanger 6 Air Cafe is a local favorite with a fantastic chicken fried steak dinner.

Garner State Park
234 RR 1050, Concan, TX

​4. Yaeger Creek RV Park

Johnson City, Texas

Just 10 minutes east of Johnson City is the beautiful Yaeger Creek RV Park. They have spacious lots, full hookups, a beautiful community center, and bathroom facilities with showers and laundry facilities. The spots are available for long-term and short-term rentals, and they have a very friendly staff.

Things To Do

Johnson City’s Main Street is hopping with shops, restaurants, and wineries. Follow Road 290 to Fredericksburg and all the wineries on the road.

Where To Eat

There are several restaurants in town. Any that you choose is great. At Bryans On 290, you will need to make reservations. It’s the upscale dining place featuring steaks in town.

Yaeger Creek RV Park
6125 US-290, Johnson City, TX
Phone: 512-265-6568

5. Perdernales Falls State Park

Johnson City, Texas

Pedernales Falls State Park is known for its stunning waterfalls and scenic landscapes. It offers RV camping with electric and water hookups, hiking trails, fishing spots, and opportunities for bird watching. This will be the perfect place to catch the solar eclipse in October 2023 and April 8,  2024. Be sure to book ahead for park access.

Things To Do

  1. Shop at the boutiques in town.
  2. Grab a to-go coffee.
  3. Go winery hopping – there’s plenty in and around town.
  4. There are also hiking trails to check out.

Where To Eat

So many good places to eat in Johnson City.

  1. Bryans On 290
  2. Proof & Cooper
  3. There is a burger joint, a pizza place in town, and more.

Perdernales Falls State Park
2585 Park Rd 6026, Johnson City, TX
Phone: 830-868-7304

6. Sun Retreat Texas Hill Country

New Braunfels, Texas

A well-maintained, family-friendly park in New Braunfels. It offers spacious RV sites with full hookups, swimming pools, hot tubs, and various amenities for a comfortable stay.

Things To Do

Gruene is an excellent place to park and walk. There are many unique shops, many restaurants, and a winery. If you walk to the end of the road and turn left, you run into the Guadalupe River and a place to rent tubes.

Where To Eat

  1. Gristmill River Restaurant
  2. Adobe Cafe
  3. Alpine Haus Restaurant
  4. Buttermilk Cafe
  5. El Tapatio Mexican
  6. and so many more

Sun Retreat Texas Hill Country (formerly Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort)
131 S Rueckle Rd, New Braunfels, TX
Phone: 844-746-1862

7. Jellystone Hill Country, AKA Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park

Canyon Lake, Texas

Jellystone Park Hill Country is a family-oriented RV resort with various amenities and activities. It features spacious RV sites with full hookups, a water park, a pool, a mini-golf, and organized family-friendly events.

Things To Do

You may not want to leave the park as it has everything you could want and more. The kids will be very satisfied right there!

Where To Eat

  1. For great hamburgers, try Canyon City Grill
  2. Granny D’s for a good hearty breakfast
  3. Italian Garden Cafe is a popular eatery

Jellystone Hill Country
12915 FM306, Canyon Lake, TX
Phone: 830-256-0088

8. Buckhorn Lake Resort

Kerrville, Texas

Buckhorn Lake Resort offers a luxurious RV camping experience. It provides full hookups, spacious sites, a clubhouse, a swimming pool, a fitness center, and access to nearby golf courses. The surrounding countryside offers deer sightings and beautiful sunsets.

Things To Do

Where To Eat

Tripadvisor suggests Billy Gene’s Restaurant, 1011 Bistro, Grape Juice, & Rio Ranch Cafe.

Buckhorn Lake Resort
2885 Goat Creek Rd, Kerrville, TX
Phone: 830-895-0007

The Grotto at Westcave Discovery Center – DS. Photo Credit: Kim Croisant


9. Cottonwood Creek RV Park

Dripping Springs, Texas

$50 bucks a night in the Texas Hill Country is not a bad price. With all the wineries, breweries, and distilleries, not to mention beautiful scenery, waterfalls, and all the good eats in town, this is a deal. Wildlife, tall trees, and privacy surround you.

Please bring your pets along because they are welcome here! Pets can be off-leash in the dog park.

Things To Do

  1. Wine, brewery, & distillery tours
  2. Dreamland
  3. Hamilton Pool Preserve (no swimming is allowed)
  4. Hiking at Westcave Discovery Center

Where To Eat

When in town, you must try some gas station chicken at Krispy Krunchy Chicken – it’s the best fried chicken I have ever had …and the sides are pretty good too. You can also check out the barber shop bar right behind Krispy Krunchy Chicken.

Toward Driftwood is Salt Lick BBQ. The barbecue, its surroundings, and live music are hard to beat. If going during the lunch hour or before 5 pm, be prepared to wait in line. You may want to go early to avoid lines, but good luck.

Cottonwood Creek RV Park
2951 Farm to Market 165 #16, Dripping Springs, TX
Phone: 512-858-0321

Expert Tip From The Author

Check to see if the RV Park has backup or pull-thru sites. You’ll also want to check out what type of electric amperage hook-ups are available and ensure they are compatible with your RV.

There are many RV parks in The Texas Hill Country to choose from. If you’re looking for a space soon, call earlier than you think because this area is very popular, and these spots fill up fast.

There’s also a good chance RVers are into the sport of golf. If this is true for you, please see these top golf courses in the Texas Hill Country – you may even find your favorite.

If you want to visit more Texas Hill Country State Parks, many are worth visiting.


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