Yes, our park adjoins Garner at the centerline of the river. If you drive around, it is 2 ½ miles to the Garner welcome station.
No, but dining canopies are permitted.
No, we are strictly an RV Park with a convenience store & propane.
Yes. All sites are 20/30/50 amps.
Check-in is 1:00 p.m., check-out at 11:00 a.m.
Yes, there is a fire ring at each site and firewood at the camp store.
Only if you do not want to cook on the fire ring - it has a grill but no lid.
Yes, one at each site.
Yes, that's a good way to get around the park.
Yes, as long as you are courteous.
Yes, but you must stay on the main roads and obey the 5 mph speed limit. You must possess a valid driver's license to operate any motorized vehicle inside the park. This includes electric and gas powered scooters. There is an additional charge for golf carts and 4-wheelers.
Yes, but you must clean up after them and keep them on a leash. No dogs are allowed to be tied outside your unit when you are gone. You must put them inside your RV or take them with you.
No, but they do in Garner State Park. There are also hiking trails at Lost Maples State Natural Area at Vanderpool - 30 miles from our Park.
Yes, we have wireless internet.
It depends on your carrier. You can connect to wifi and do wifi calling.
You can receive your mail at: (your name) 2561 Co Rd 350 Concan, TX 78838
Uvalde (30 miles south) has a Super Walmart and a large supermarket.
No, but we do sell tubes. There are also many outfitters in the area that offer tube rentals and shuttles.
No, but you can nearby.
No, call Joyce @ 830-232-5930 (year round), Nana's RV Park @ 830-232-4653 (Spring Break & Summer months), Hill Country RV @ (713)858-2617 (year round), Stacey @ (361)813-8918 (year round), Doug @ (830)232-4171 (year round).
About 5 miles or 5 minutes.
It starts around dusk and goes until about 11:00 p.m. every night during the summer.