1218 Leibolds Point
Lakehills, Texas 78063
Located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country you will find Lake Medina RV Resort. This campground is located 40 minutes outside of San Antonio, on Medina Lake. Perfect quite place to retreat after touring the big city. The campground is located on a 700-acre working ranch, with horses and cattle. The ranch was purchased in 1882 and has been passed down 6 generations, there are three generations living on and running the campground. The staff are friendly and helpful, we keep coming back because it feels like home to us.
The campground has 95 spacious full shaded sites, large enough for any type or size RV. No camper, they also have six hill-top cabins you can rent for your stay. If you love to explore, they rent kayaks and paddle boards, to take a ride down the Medina River. At the end of a day after site seeing, relax in their saltwater swimming pool and hot tub. They have a brand-new basketball and pickle ball court, if you like to stay active while you’re camping. Also, there are two hiking trails, where you can see views of the lake and the beautiful Texas hill country. We always look forward to their weekend events, like wine tasting, kid’s crafts, hayrides, and so much more.
The campground is located about 40 minutes from San Antonio. San Antonio is a great tourist location for any RVer. San Antonio is home to the Alamo, and five other historic missions. There is the River Walk that is located just across from the Alamo. The Riverwalk is a pedestrian river that has restaurants, bars, hotels, shops and a large Hispanic Cultural experience. There is a historic boat tour you can take to learn all about the river and San Antonio history.
San Antonio is also full of museums, Six Flags, Sea World, San Antonio Zoo, wineries, breweries, and even ghost tours.
There are a lot of small towns around Medina and San Antonio, that have a lot to see. Bandera is close to Lake Medina RV Resort and is called the Cowboy Capital of the World. They have cowboy shows, a museum, and horse rides. Another small town near the campground is Boerne, Texas. Boerne is a German-Texas town, settled by mostly German immigrants. Boerne is located on the Guadalupe river, which is great in the summer time for taking a tube ride down the river. Boerne also has two caves to visit, a lake, and a lot of great German food restaurants.