Johnson Creek RV Resort

4279 Jct. Hwy
Ingram, TX 78025

(800) 933-6578

(830) 367-3300

Description

If you're looking for a beautiful place to enjoy your next camping vacation, look no further than Johnson Creek RV Resort, our campground near San Antonio Texas. We're set in the charming town of Ingram, close to Kerrville and Fredericksburg, cities known for their excellent shopping, dining, and antiques. Join us at our RV park near San Antonio and experience the very best of Texas Hill Country camping. From fantastic fishing to golfing and boating on the Guadalupe River, we have it all at our RV park near Kerrville and Fredericksburg.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is located off Interstate 10, Highway 16, and Highway 27, making it easy for you to stay with us while you make day trips into Texas Hill Country. Organize a trek along the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail or take the kids to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and the amazing SeaWorld San Antonio. And when you visit San Antonio, be sure to take a tour of the historic Alamo, the River Walk, or the San Antonio Botanical Garden.

Catch a basketball game with the San Antonio Spurs, watch the thrilling Bandera Rodeo, or sail into the skies with Hill Country Balloon Adventures. You can learn more about our area's history at the Hill Country Museum, then visit Stonehenge II and Kerrville's Museum Of Western Art. Whether you visit Texas Hill Country to enjoy canoeing and kayaking on the Guadalupe River or to go hiking in the Hill Country State Natural Area, you're sure to treasure your stay at our RV park near Kerrville and San Antonio Texas.

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Amenities

Onsite

  • Pull Thru Available
  • Full Hookups
  • 50 Amp Available
  • Group Area
  • Laundry
  • Conven Store
  • Dump Station
  • Cable TV Hookup
  • Credit Crd Accepted

Recreation

Nearby

  • Scenic Driving
  • Sightseeing

Recent Reviews

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Well to start off they cater to the Rallies and if your planning on staying at a monthly term they still cater to the Rallies and if you have a in motion satellite don't plan on using it during your stay there because those precious pecan trees will be the problem why they won't work. And yes be sure to watch the top of your coach I took part of my roof off on a low limb that done several thousand of dollars damage to my high end coach. Needless to say my experience was not a enjoyable one at all.
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Biker
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jcrv #1
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Excellent Place to stay. Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park was great. New bathrooms , had a big club house. This is a small park but it has more that most big Parks. You need to stop in and see why. Had a great time.
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tlc
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Absolutely Great!
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Wonderful park. We've stayed there several times and want so much to go back. In the middle of a beautiful pecan orchard with level long concrete sites, deer passing through, a fishing spot where you can SEE the fish and they're big ones! Just gorgeous location, good store, friendly people and the main house where the showers and other things are is one of the most beautiful I've seen in an RV park. This park is one of a kind and we'd like to stay again but longer.
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TexasBelle
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Just a wonderful experance, camping outdoors and very quite place. Will be back soon.Now I see why they where voted # 1 small RV park in Texas.
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Jasper
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Reviewed 05/23/2011