Medina River RV Parks in Texas

Medina River RV Parks in Texas
The Medina River runs through south-central Texas, and the stretch of it that runs through Bandera County is popular for white-water rafting and kayaking. The river is narrow in most places at 30 to 40 feet, and it is lined with bald cypress trees. The Bandera County portion of the river is about 45 miles from San Antonio.

Pomarosa RV Resort

Pomarosa has 50 sites that can handle up to 85-foot RVs, all with full hookups. There are islands of grass and trees separating each site, and adjoining the RV area is a lawn with a bass- and catfish-stocked pond. Since it is private property, no Texas fishing license is required.

Pomarosa RV Resort
3845 State Highway 16 S.
Bandera, TX 78003
(830) 796-4339
pomarosarvpark.com

Pioneer River Resort

The resort has pull-through sites with full standard hookups, including cable TV. Amenities include a coin-operated laundry, shower house, outdoor swimming pool, hot tub and a free Wi-Fi area. There is also a lawn and picnic area set on the banks of the Medina River. The resort also has an old railway caboose that has been renovated into a cabin, so there are accommodations available that do not involve an RV or camping.

Pioneer River Resort
Highway 173 & 1202 Maple St.
Bandera, TX 78003
(830) 796-3751
campingfriend.com/PioneerRiverResort/

Lake Medina RV Resort

Set inside a 700-acre working cattle ranch, the park sits on the banks of Lake Medina, a reservoir on the Medina River formed by the Medina Dam. There are shady trees, though the site hookups are limited to electric. Some of the sites are lakeside, and the resort has a boat launch and fishing pier. There is a shower house, clubhouse with cable TV and coin laundry. The resort also has one-bedroom cottages with full kitchens available for rent.

Lake Medina RV Resort
1218 Leibolds Point
Pipe Creek, TX 78063-5711
(830) 751-2640
lakemedinarvresort.net

Article Written By Edwin Thomas

Edwin Thomas has been writing since 1997. His work has appeared in various online publications, including The Black Table, Proboxing-Fans and others. A travel blogger, editor and writer, Thomas has traveled from Argentina to Vietnam in pursuit of stories. He holds a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University.

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