RVer Meet up

I have stayed in this park before and recommended it to a few of the Someday Crew for a meetup. I was glad to be back here. I love all the mature Live Oaks in the park, although they might be an issue for bigger rigs. This was the first of four places I stayed in my week and a half vacation in the Texas Hill Country. 

Texas 281 RV Park

33300 U.S. 281 North, Bulverde, TX 78163 
Comal County
(830) 980-2282 / 800-456-2126

November 12-14, 2021 - 2 Nights
Type of Park: Private-owned

Site #4 - Pull-Thru


Check In: 11a    Check Out: 11a

Cost per night $44
Discounts: Good Sam $4/night

• Water
• 20/30/50 amp
• Sewer
• Picnic Table
• Site Pad: Asphalt

👍🏻 Pros:

• Shade from Live Oaks
• Close to showers, restrooms, laundry
• There’s a little room in the same building with coffee, table, books  (Botanical Room)
• Can bring your own fire pit
• Reserve ahead of time. Pay when you get there.

👎🏻 Cons:

• No fire ring
• No grill
• Tree might be an issue for longer rigs
• Close to the next site
• They tend to move people around - confirm your spot before showing up

📝 Park Notes: 

• Lot of people live here full time
• The front area is a little close to Hwy 281 so there’s a little road noise but not bad
• Good Live Oak shade trees, but watch them above and on the side of your rig
• Wifi
• Propane sold onsite
• Laundry facilities
• Club house for larger gatherings - built of native stone
• Gym equipment
• Dog Park
• Basketball court
• Chapel, church services on  Sunday 
• Nature Trail
• Headquarters has limited supply of RV parts (or there's a Walmart and Tractor Supply nearby)
• Billiards, Ping Pong, Horseshoes, Shuffleboard
• RV Storage area
• Mini storage buildings
• Rental Guest Suites available
• Frog/Koi pond/fountain
• Quiet hours 9pm to 7 am

💜 Highlights of this trip:

  • 🤝🏻 Met up with fellow RVers and You, Me & the RV Insiders
  • 🍂 Fall colors on the drive there were pretty
  • Residents in this park are friendly, especially those walking dogs
  • 🍽 Antler Café - Good food. Usually packed. 
  • 🛍 Short trip to Gruene to shop, drink, eat, listen to live music and see the Guadalupe River (great place to go tubing in summer)
  • 🔥 First use of my fire pit
  • 🥩 BYOSteak night
  • Cornhole - fierce competition

📑 See my previous post on this RV Park for more photos and a video. 




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