Moving Into Bandera

Location #3 on my Hill Country vacation. After four nights at the Boondocker's site, I moved into Bandera to be closer to everything - walking distance, actually. I called in the morning to see if they had sites available. Showed up 2 hours later. Stayed just one night.  I love walking down on the Medina River. The campground runs along it and you can walk under the roadway to get to Bandera City Park. The river is my therapy! 

I got gas (I've been putting some miles on this truck this week), got some lunch and checked out the Frontier Times Museum, then went back to the camper to take a nap. Visited a friend who was in town and then went to Arkey's for a while in the evening. It was nice to have a very short drive back to the camper for the night. 

I ❤ Bandera! 

I'm always sad when I have to leave here...but the next phase of the vacation was coming up. Morning coffee with a friend, a last walk along the river then another pack up of the camper and I was on my way again.  I think next trip, I'll just stay in town longer.


Bandera Pioneer RV River Resort, Bandera, TX

1202 Maple Street, Bandera, TX 78003
Bandera County
830-796-3751

Type of Park: Private-owned
1 Night

Check In: 1p    Check Out: 12p

Site #61 - Pull-Thru

💲38.70 per night - Good Sam Discount saved $4.30 (10%)
  • Water
  • 20/30/50 amp
  • Sewer
  • Picnic Table: Wood
  • Site Pad: Gravel
👍🏻 Pros:

  • Next to Medina River. It's low now, but can flood quickly - check the weather
  • Pull-thru sites are always nice

👎🏻 Cons:
  • Pull-thru sites are very close together (back-in spots closer to the river have more space)
  • The power pole was at the front end of the site. Had to pull forward, unhitch and pull behind
  • No grills or fire rings
📑 Park Notes: 

  • Dump Station
  • Restrooms / Showers
  • Laundry
  • RV Supplies
  • Swimming Pool
  • Community Center
  • Cabins for rent
  • Can walk under the road to access Bandera City Park
  • Walking distance to shops, restaurants and bars in town
  • They do a big Thanksgiving dinner for park guests



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