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.