Guadalupe River State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located in Kendall County near the cities of Boerne and Bulverde, Guadalupe River State Park is a wonderful outdoor space in the heart of Texas that's perfect for an RV vacation. Located along the Guadalupe River as its name suggests, the nearly 2,000 acres of land that make up the park are filled with nature to enjoy. A warm climate year-round paired with gorgeous scenery makes Guadalupe River State Park an amazing place to camp out. You'll have no shortage of things to do in and out of the park, especially if you love water activities like canoeing and fishing.

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Spring 59-81 F
Summer 74.3-95 F
Fall 60-82.3 F
Winter 42.6-65.6 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Guadalupe River State Park

Guadalupe River State Park is a great place to take an RV trip, particularly when you do so in a convenient rental RV. If you're trying to plan out your vacation and you would like a nice place to stay at night, try these RV parks and campgrounds in the area.

Guadalupe River State Park Campgrounds

There are a total of 85 campsites within Guadalupe River State Park itself fit for RV campers. Prices start at $20 per night for spots with electrical hookups and $15 per night for spots without them; all spots require a minimum of two nights of camping. While you're here, you can enjoy things like showers and restrooms within walking distance, a fire ring at every site, grills to cook out with, picnic tables, good reception on all your devices and plenty more. You can even bring your pet to stay with you.

Spring Branch RV Park

Spring Branch RV Park is a lovely RV community in the Spring Branch area near Guadalupe River State Park. Spots start at around $40 per night and come with tons of amenities. Full hookups, water, propane refills, restrooms and showers, a community kitchen and recreation area, a playground for kids, free Wi-Fi, a dog park and much more all come with a standard night's stay, making it one of the most luxurious RV campgrounds in the area at such a reasonable price.

Cave Without a Name Campgrounds

The Cave Without a Name is a natural living cavern in Boerne known for its gorgeous rock formations and comfortable temperatures. Right outside the cave itself are campgrounds for just $25 per night that RVers can use when they're in the area. These spots come with electrical hookups and access to restrooms and showers. There are also plenty of hiking trails and other fun outdoor spaces to frequent around the campground in addition to the Cave Without a Name.

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What to Do at
Guadalupe River State Park

Inside Guadalupe River State Park

Inside Guadalupe River State Park is a veritable wonderland of fun just waiting for you. Some of the most popular activities revolve around the Guadalupe River itself. That means a large chunk of your time will likely be spent mingling with other visitors as you fish, swim, canoe, tube or otherwise enjoy the crystal-clear water and warm sun. Hiking and mountain biking are also fairly popular, the latter of which is allowed on the horse trails in addition to normal equestrian activities. Bird-watching and animal spotting are also fun given the diverse wildlife in the area.

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How to Get to
Guadalupe River State Park

Getting to Guadalupe River State Park is a breeze given its convenient location along a major roadway. Starting from Boerne, you'll want to follow Texas State Highway 46, also known as River Road within Boerne, for a good 13 miles without turning. Eventually, you'll come to a crossroads between continuing on TX 46 and turning left onto Texas Park Road 31. Do the latter and turn left, at which point you'll see a gate. Pay the entrance fee and continue down the road for around 5 miles into the park.

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Entering Guadalupe River State Park

After making the trip to Guadalupe River State Park, you should find the park's entrance in the form of a gate guarding TX P31 on the left-hand side of the road. The park is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for day use. Entering will cost $7 per adult with free admission to anyone 12 and under.

Guadalupe River State Park Per adult : $7.0

Guadalupe River State Park is fun and unique place to enjoy nature in the great state of Texas. If you're looking for an unforgettable place to take an RV vacation, the team here at RVshare can heartily recommend this park as your ideal destination. If you decide to go, make sure to take plenty of pictures to preserve those precious memories for others to see. In fact, RVshare would like to see your adventures, too. Just send the site some of your vacation pictures to [email protected] or tag RVshare on social media. The site might even include them in an upcoming blog about the area for everyone to see.

Frequently Asked Questions About Guadalupe River State Park

What is the climate of Guadalupe River State Park?

Guadalupe River State Park sees relatively warm temperatures throughout the year. Summer temperatures reach into the 90s, and winter daytime temperatures are generally well above freezing. However, evenings during the winter can be quite chilly.

What is the best time of year to visit Guadalupe River State Park?

Late spring, summer, and early autumn are usually considered to be the best times of year to visit Guadalupe River State Park. Many visitors enjoy swimming or floating down the river, and temperatures are ideal for these activities during those months.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Guadalupe River State Park?

The rich ecosystem encompassed by Guadalupe River State Park makes it a haven for a wide variety of wild animals. Visitors can often spot skunks, foxes, white-tailed deer, coyotes, raccoons, bobcats, opossums, and armadillos.

Are pets allowed at Guadalupe River State Park?

Pets are allowed in Guadalupe River State Park, but they must remain on a leash and under control at all times. Owners are also responsible for cleaning up after pets. Pets are not allowed on the park’s Honey Creek Tours.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Guadalupe River State Park?

There are several small campgrounds throughout the park that offer RV spaces. The Turkey Sink Campground, for example, has 48 sites with water and 50-amp hookups. The Cedar Sage Campground offers 37 sites with water and 30-amp hookups.