Triple T RV Resort

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Camp Type: Cabin, RV, Other
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Not required
Shower: Yes
Wifi: Available
Entrance Fee: $45.00
Campfire: Limited use
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On Leash
Description

Generations of family members have faded photographs of summer seasons spent in memorable campgrounds like Triple T RV Resort, a family-owned holiday retreat in Texas Hill country.

Here, the stresses of life just wash away as the open spaces inspire a tranquil ambiance where white-tail deer wander in and out. Road trippers are fond of this country resort and look forward to rolling in and being hooked up to electricity (30/50 amp) water, and sewer, with easy access to the internet and cable TV.

Forty-six pull-through and back-in sites have been allocated for motorhomes with fairly level, gravel pads and a strip of grass between other campers. There is also a picnic table on every site with established trees for partial shade.

If homely comforts are your preference, book a pioneer-style log cabin or try the camp's apartment accommodation that sleeps two people and is fully furnished with a kitchenette and bathroom.

The friendly hosts want their campers to feel welcome and right at home, so the restrooms, bathrooms, and laundry facilities are kept ultra-clean. The park also features a small gym so you can keep fit even while you’re on vacation. The pool area is a popular spot with a relaxing hot tub and sparkling blue water to cool off in when the temperatures soar. If it’s a quiet, contemplative space you seek, the camp library has plenty of interesting books to read.

The Lodge is a comfy living area where you can catch up on your favorite TV programs or play ping-pong with new friends made at the resort. You’re likely to see a few pooches walking with their owners as this campground is super-pet friendly.  All woofers are required to be on a leash when outside of vehicles and supervised at all times. Guardians are also asked to pick up their pets waste and keep them indoors at night. 

An eight-mile drive takes you to the scenic city of Kerrville, with top attractions including the Museum of Western Art, featuring a selection of sculptures and paintings from artists dedicated to recreating iconic scenes from the Wild West era.

Avid gardeners will love The Riverside Nature Center, a wildlife sanctuary where a nature trail takes you on an ethereal journey through beautifully displayed gardens showcasing native plants, wildflowers, and butterflies. The Kerrville Walking Trail is a six-mile hike alongside the Guadalupe River where dogs can be part of the fun.

Safety
Easy Incline, Loose Terrain
Hunting Zone, No Shade
Address
3900 Bandera Hwy
Kerrville, TX 78028
Open Year-Round
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Address
3900 Bandera Hwy
Kerrville, TX 78028
Open Year-Round