Camping by a river under the shade of an old oak tree has long been a family tradition lived on through generations at vacation getaways like Camp River View, a little touch of paradise in Texas Hill Country.
The campground offers versatile sites for larger families and groups who may have more than one RV and a desire to pitch a tent next to it. You can literally design your own site, with most variations pre-thought out by the hosts and offering full hook-ups to electricity (30 or 50 amp), water, and sewer.
RV sites are gravel and grass with pretty trees for shade and access to the Internet if requested. You could score a site with a riverfront view and fish right from the RV, putting trout on the menu for supper. The camp roads are gravel and fairly easy for the larger motorhomes to maneuver, with pull-through or back-in choices plus a complimentary picnic table and fire-grill. The daily rate is a little different to most RV parks -- the campground offers a standard group site for $50 or $200 a night for a larger campsite that caters to more than one family or RVers holidaying together
If this style of camping isn't your cup of tea, why not book into a two-bedroom, rustic cabin with a kitchen, bathroom, microwave, and fridge? This budget-friendly option will sleep four and is ideal for backpackers at $99 a night.
Kids will be on an adrenaline high with a playground, gaga pit, and volleyball. No campground holiday is complete without a game of horseshoes, and you can test your skills and patience with a session of Jenga.
If you want to bring your pets, there are a few guidelines to follow. Dogs are asked to stay on a leash, and there is a limit of three furry friends a site. Guardians will be responsible for supplying litter bags and cleaning up all waste. There are breed restrictions; these include Rottweiler, Doberman, Pit bulls, Chows, American Pit-bulls, Staffordshire Terriers, Presa Canarios, and wolf mixes. For more information on pet policies and restrictions, contact the campground directly.
Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are well-maintained, and you can visit the camp store if you need groceries or RV accessories. Camp River View inspires a tranquil ambiance with the sound of the river flowing and no issues with road noise.
Camp River View has a legacy of happy campers, so it’s wise to reserve your site in advance. Making this your base camp is a stepping stone to exciting outdoor pursuits or taking in the exceptional scenery. Busy times at Camp River View are summer and holidays, with the welcome mat out all year.