Guadalupe River and Texas Hill Country Rally Locations

It doesn't get much better than an RV Rally in the Texas Hill Country and along the banks of the Guadalupe River. Here are some of the best locations for an RV rally in the Texas Hill Country and the Guadalupe River. And here is a link to our Guadalupe River map loaded with stuff to see and do. If you don't find an RV Rally location on this page, you might try one of the other locations located on our Texas Rally Locations Page.

RV Rallies Along the Guadalupe River

Guadalupe River

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Lazy L & L Campground has three quarters of a mile of river frontage on the beautiful Guadalupe River and plenty of sites for your next rally. They are well suited for large rallies with big rigs and have lots of amenities for you to enjoy.

Plus they are close to close to several other fun things to see and do like Gruene, New Braunfels, and Canyon Lake.

One of the most frequent comments about Lazy L & L Campground is how clean and well maintained the facilities and grounds are.

Read Texas Outside's Review of Lazy L&L Campground to learn more.

Lazy L&L Campground Amenities for RV Rallies

  • Sites: 214 total sites that are a mixture of tent and RV (full hook-ups, pull-thrus, or back-in sites with 30/50 amp service for any size rig) sites.  Some tent and RV sites are on a bank overlooking the Guadalupe River; all others have river access
  • Meeting Facilities: there is a 2100 square foot Recreation Hall, complete with kitchen, tables, chairs, pool table, shuffleboard, fireplace, satellite TV and restrooms. In addition, there are three open air pavilions (20x30) and another meeting room (18x20) centrally located which are excellent for separate forums. There is also a larger pavilion complete with a dance floor, bandstand, restrooms and showers. Catering is available upon request.
  • Amenities: tubes and rafts including a shuttle service, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, free WiFi, dump station, 3 small cabins and a 2 bedroom house for rent, and a well stocked store.
  • Near By Activities: the cool and clear Guadalupe River is excellent for tubing/rafting, swimming, and fishing; nearby Canyon Lake is one of the deepest and clearest in Texas; Gruene is a small quaint town with one of the oldest dance halls in Texas plus shops and restaurants; and there is plenty of live music nearby
One of the available meeting rooms at Lazy L & L CampgroundSome of the sites at Lazy L & L Campgrounda rally at Lazy L&L Campground

Guadalupe River

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Texas Outside Review & Rating: 8.5

If you're looking for a new rally location in the Hill Country, then you should consider Rio Guadalupe Resort. It's located just a short distance from Gruene and Canyon Lake, but better yet it has cabins and RV sites on the bank of the beautiful Guadalupe River. They have a quarter mile of river front.

Rio Guadalupe Resort can accommodate large rigs and offers visitors lots to see and do and you won't find a friendlier staff.

Rio Guadalupe Resort Amenities for RV Rallies

  • Sites: 52 full hook-up pull throughs, most with 30/50 amp service, picnic tables, grass, and some shade - two 30 amp sites´┐Żare overlooking the Guadalupe plus there are 21 one to three bedroom riverfront cabins
  • Meeting Facilities: a meeting room is available
  • Amenities: rafts, tubes, inflatable canoes, and sit-on-top kayaks are available for rent and there is a shuttle service to take you upriver for a float back to the Resort. There is also a pool, volleyball court, horseshoes, laundry facilities, hot showers, and free WiFi
  • Near By Activities: you've got miles of the Guadalupe River to fish, swim, or tube; beautiful Canyon Lake is less than 5 miles away and Gruene and New Braunfels are nearby. Plus you can enjoy some great music at Whitewater Amphitheater and River Road Ice House.


View of the Guadalupe River at Rio Guadalupe ResortAir stream rally at Rio Guadalpe ResortPool at Rio Guadalupe Resort

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