Hallettsville, Texas Area Campgrounds

Hallettsville, Texas Area Campgrounds
Hallettsville is located between Houston and San Antonio. The small town is surrounded by communities of German and Czech heritage, making it a haven for cultural festivals honoring those countries. The area campgrounds, while not packed with amenities, provide a solid base from which to further explore the region.

Knights of Columbus Hall

The Hallettsville Knights of Columbus have an area for RVs and campers offering full hookups. The sites are available any time of the year, and guests can pay for a nightly or monthly stay. Reservations are handled through the Knights of Columbus Hall by email or by phone. A stay at the Hall lot places travelers at the heart of the action when one of the many local events take place in the Hall. For a day trip, Palmetto State Park is 45 miles west of Hallettsville. The park is adjacent to the San Marcos River and has a small lake. Rent a pedal boat or canoe, hike the park trails, swim or go tubing.

Knights of Columbus Hall
Highway 77 South
Hallettsville, Texas 77964
(361) 798-2311

Columbus KOA

The Columbus KOA is 22 miles northeast of Hallettsville. Guests can tent camp under shade trees or utilize one of the 51 full hookup RV sites. Travelers in both pop-ups and big rigs up to 50-feet long will find spaces that fit and spots 90 feet in length for pull-through access. Phone service is an option, and each site has free wireless Internet. The park offers firewood for sale and a camp store. Head 9 miles east of the KOA to Columbus and travelers can access the Lower Colorado River Trail for canoeing and kayaking.

Columbus KOA
2965 Hwy. 90
Weimar, TX 78962
(979) 732-9494

Suncatcher RV Park

Suncatcher RV park provides campsites and RV sites 30 miles north of Hallettsville. The park has both back-in and pull-through sites, all with full hookups. Guests may opt for cable TV service and Wi-Fi. The shower and restroom facilities are made to resemble a home-like setting. A laundry and kitchen area are open for communal use. The grounds include open space for outdoor activities and games. Oak Thicket Park is 7 miles from the RV park and supplies hiking trails, a sandy beach and a boat ramp and dock on Fayette County Lake/Cedar Creek Reservoir. Oak Thicket also has a dump station available.

Suncatcher RV Park
3033 South U.S. Hwy. 77
La Grange, TX 78945
(979) 968-6868

Article Written By Alice Moon

Alice Moon is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience. She was chosen as a Smithsonian Institute intern, working for the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., and has traveled throughout Asia. Moon holds a Bachelor of Science in political science from Ball State University.

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