We stayed from Dec '09 through Feb '10. The staff is great. They are friendly and helpful, and we enjoyed talking to them on & off duty. The park is right on the Guadalupe River, and the riverfront area is grassy and has lots of mature trees. It is beautiful, and there are many deer gracing the property. The pool and jacuzzi are reserved for age 18 years & older, and there is a separate pool for family use. The adult pool facility also has a steam room and a sauna. There are three laundry facilities at the park, and when we left they were installing new machines. The "weedy area" that another reviewer mentioned is a grassy field at the western end of the park that is a great place to (unofficially) let your dog have a good run. Many dog owners use this field, but be sure there are no deer around! We met so many nice people at this park, and enjoyed our stay very much. There are a lot of organized activities for anyone who would like to participate, and plenty of things to do in the Kerrville area. We would definitely return to this park.
Nice people, and a nice park. All the facilities were clean and in good condition. There is some noise from the freeways nearby, but not enough to be really bothersome to us. We would happily return to this park.
We loved this park and would have stayed longer if our schedule allowed. The restrooms and showers are clean and very nice, like in a good hotel. The staff was friendly and gave us two dog biscuits to welcome our dog to the park. One of the employees driving by in a golf cart stopped and gave him another cookie. There is a small, fenced, off-leash area so dogs can play and be dogs. It is clean and furnished with agility equipment and waste clean-up bags. There is also a fence at the rear of the park that allows access to a road where you can take your dog for a long, unleashed walk. Clean-up bags are provided at this gate as well. The park grounds are tidy, our site was level, and the many trees would provide shade later in the year. This is a very pleasant and well-run park and we would definitely return.
This is a very cramped park on busy city streets. The campsites are so small that we hear every cough and conversation around us. There are no restrooms or showers, or cable TV. Neighborhood dogs make lots of noise, and there is a light smell of someone's black water tank in the air. The only electrical hook-up is 50 amp, so if you have a 20 or 30 amp vehicle you will need a converter cable. If you don't have the converter, the campground will lend you one for a $25.00 cash deposit (which is returned when you return the cable). There is very little space to be outside. We were parked right up against the back sides of two trailers. Most of the sites here are filled by apparently permanent residents. This is definitely a mobile home park, not an RV park.