Campin' and Dancin' with Good Friends

The fourth and final phase of my Hill Country vacation. Got here and set up in early afternoon. Went to get a late lunch at Ay Chiwawa. They have good Mexican food and margaritas. Good charro beans too. Then we came back and made a fire while we waited for others in the group to come in. Dang short days! Traffic delays behind a car fire kept most of them until after dark. Seemed SO late, but it was only about 6 pm. A full moon was rising over the hillside and it was cool to see. After they all got settled we went to eat and listen to a live band at Max's Roadhouse.

Saturday morning was a little foggy. We had our usual big (late) breakfast and then we walked down to check out the Guadalupe River.  This would be a great place to bring my tube or kayak!

A few of us ladies went over to Kai-Simone Winery next door to do a wine tasting. It was nice out on the back porch and yes, we did take a bottle or so home. For the evening entertainment, we went to Anhalt Hall to listen and dance to Rocky King Band. Why does it always turn out cold when we go there? LOTS of deer on the roads and in the park on the way home.

Sunday morning, was the final pack up and take down of the camp and then I headed home. It was a long, but wonderful, vacation. And after a nap or two, I can't wait to do it again! My heart is at home in the Hill Country. 

Guadalupe River RV Park and Campground, Spring Branch, TX

7200 Spring Branch Rd,
Spring Branch, TX 78070
πŸ—Ί Map 
Type of Park: Private-owned
11/19-21/21 - 2 Nights
Check In: 1p    Check Out: 12p

⛺ Site #34 - Back-In | Pull-Thru

πŸ’²45 per night (back-in sites along the river are $5 more than the pull-thru sites)
• Water
• 20/30/50 amp - 2 poles, one on each side of site
• Sewer
• Fire Ring
• Picnic Table
• Site Pad: Asphalt/gravel 

πŸ‘πŸ» Pros:
• Next to the restrooms/showers
• Discount for going to Anhalt Hall events
• Right on the banks of the Guadalupe River

πŸ‘ŽπŸ» Cons:
• NOT very level. Slopes a lot front to back. Could be a pull-thru
• Other sites are on grass and somewhat unlevel
• Lots of carpet burrs. Don't go barefoot and watch fur babies' feet!

πŸ“ Park Notes: 

• Dump Station
• Select items for sale in the office
• Restrooms/ Bath House (looks better from the inside)
• Tent sites are available along the river
• Good place for tubing, RVers have a parking lot down by the river for easier access
• Laundry
• Cabins
• Propane
• Winery across the street
• Bring tubes or kayaks
• There are some RVs and equipment parked near the office so it's not the best looking campground
• There is a cave on site (called Snookie's Cavern of all things), but it was closed for some construction at the time we were there
• Staff is friendly, but a little unorganized

🐦 Wildlife:
• Birds: ducks, hawks
• Deer