Kerrville KOA, A Texas Hill Country Favorite

Kerrville KOAThe Kerrville KOA, located in the Texas Hill Country an hour’s drive northwest of San Antonio, is centrally located yet blissfully quiet.

It features amenities like wireless Internet, swimming pool and a large recreation room with a full kitchen. Potluck holiday dinners add to the festive atmosphere, as does the largest pink flamingo kite in South Texas, available for viewing in our campground store.

Your KOA hosts understand road fever; just wait until you see their collection of antique cars. (They’re happy to give you a ride, weather and mechanics permitting!)

Visitors like to meander along the Guadalupe River for a swim or motorcycle our winding vista roads. Spring will arrive soon and that means it will be a great time to drive the winding Hill Country roads to view the fields of wild flowers our region is noted for. Highways 39 and 187 west of our campground are especially scenic.

In the Neighborhood

Kerrville is centrally located in the Texas Hill Country. Map courtesy of

Kerrville is centrally located in the Texas Hill Country. Click on the map to enlarge it. Map courtesy of

Visitors have plenty of opportunities to relive the Old West during their stay in Kerrville. Cruise through downtown Kerrville with its Old Western charm. Tour the many antique stores or cultural sites like the Museum of Western Art where the cowboys, Native Americans, settlers, mountain men and others who tamed the West share their adventure through the rotating exhibits on display.

Criders Rodeo & Dance is the longest running rodeo in the state of Texas. Mr. & Mrs. Crider started it back in the 1920s. It opens on in Mid-May and runs every Saturday night through Mid-September. There is a live country/rock band and dance after the rodeo and plenty of food to eat.

The Y O Ranch, a working cattle ranch dating from 1880, is located off Highway 41 near Mountain Home.

In Fredericksburg, a 40-minute drive away, you can visit the National Museum of the Pacific War.

Our campground is an hour’s drive from downtown San Antonio. Visit the Alamo, San Antonio River Walk, Six Flags Fiesta Texas and SeaWorld.

Two golf courses are available in Kerrville: Comanche Trace, rated 17th best course in Texas by Golf Digest, and Kerrville Municipal Golf Course.

Kerrville-Schreiner State Park is located just south of Kerrville..


Take Exit 501 off Interstate 10 and go 1 ¾ miles south on FM 1338.

To reserve your spot at the Kerrville, KOA, call (800) 562-1665. For more information call (830) 895-1665 or visit


Leander/NW Austin KOA

824e0ae3-288a-41fb-8ee4-4927a52ac014photod46ea81e-e870-4fd6-843b-e3d4817186a8.JPG.axdThe Leander/NW Austin KOA, open year-round, lies in the heart of central Texas and borders the Texas Hill Country. Our accommodations include spacious big-rig friendly pull-thru sites with full hookups, cabins with bathrooms and tent sites. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the park. We now have DIRECTV/cable at every site.

Our campground is near gorgeous lakes, rolling hills and wildlife for the best in relaxing country camping. Enjoy bird watching, kayaking and fishing just minutes away. Go for a hike and bike ride on nice trails. Take a short drive to one (or all) of the Highland Lakes.

And yet, we are only minutes from Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World! Visit museums. Enjoy world-class golf courses, top-rated shopping, delicious dining and never-ending entertainment in nearby Austin, Georgetown, Leander and Cedar Park.

Forget the tent! Stay in one of our Kamping Kabins with AC.

Nearby attractions include the Georgetown Palace Theatre, Hill Country wineries, the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix racetrack in Austin and the Inner Space Caverns in Georgetown. You can take the Hill Country Flyer Train Ride thru the Hill Country or ride on the Capital Metro Rail to downtown and back. For a change of pace, explore the San Gabriel River bottom for rocks, fossils and even dinosaur tracks.

We welcome active military and their family to our park with open arms. Visit our park anytime and you will receive $5 savings off each night’s stay. This offer is valid through March 25.


Take I-35 North to Exit 260 (FM 2243, also Leander Rd)
 Go 8+- miles West on FM 2243 toward Leander. 
Take a right on Ronald Reagan Pkwy -1/4 Mile North
Left on Hero Way (Previously County Rd 269)
KOA is 1 mile on the left (N 30 degrees 35.245′ W. 097 degrees 50.013′ lat:30.58855 long:97.83395)

Reserve your space now by calling (888) 562-3426. For information call (512) 259-7200 or e-mail Visit our website at Become a fan on Facebook www.facebook/NWAustinKOA.

Lubbock KOA: Oasis on the West Texas Plains

Welcome to the Lubbock KOA

Welcome to the Lubbock KOA

As native son Buddy Holly sang, “It’s so easy to fall in love” with the Lubbock KOA campground and RV park!

Located on the northwest outer loop of Lubbock just minutes from downtown, the campground features hundreds of mature shade trees, making it an oasis in the middle of the West Texas plains. Our campground features 50-amp electrical service, temperature-controlled 1-room Kabins and tent sites with electric and water available. Our main building houses a heated indoor pool and hot tub. Laundry facilities, clean restrooms with hot showers and a convenience store are here to provide all the comforts of home.

In the Neighborhood

Buddy Holly

Buddy Holly

No visit to Lubbock is complete without a stop at the Buddy Holly Center in the historic Depot Entertainment District. The Center houses a permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and music of Lubbock’s favorite son, Buddy Holly. The Center also houses the Texas Musicians Hall of Fame and Lubbock Fine Arts Gallery. Visit the Center on-line at

Lubbock is packed with other “don’t-miss” sites. Start with the beautiful campus of Texas Tech University.  Be sure to visit the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theater, which is open year-round and offers a rare piece of American entertainment history. Joyland Amusement Park is a West-Texas, fun filled tradition located in the heart of Lubbock’s popular Machenzie Park. Lubbock Lake Landmark is an archaeological and natural history preserve that documents 12,000 years of history. The Silent Wings Museum tells the story of the U.S. military glider program and its role in World War II. The Science Spectrum & Omni Theater is a unique, hands-on museum that features interactive science exhibits and is home to the Lubbock aquarium. The National Ranching Heritage Center features 48 fully furnished and authentic structures from the late 1700s through the early 1950s. The American Wind Power Center has more than 150 rare and fully restored windmills on display spread across 28 acres of the Yellow House Canyon. The Llano Estacado is the largest premium winery in Texas.

Find Us

Our campground is located off Highway 84 northwest of the city. On Loop 289, take the Littlefield exit and go 2 ½ miles northwest on Highway 84.

To book your next stay at our campground, call (800) 562-8643 or call (806) 762-8653 for more information. You may e-mail us at or visit

San Angelo KOA, Central Texas Landmark

San Angelo KOA pavilion

San Angelo KOA pavilion

Owners Marshal and Sherri Gray welcome their guests to the San Angelo KOA, a 10-acre campground covered with native mesquite trees.

Enjoy our 50-amp campsites, our 70-foot-long, big rig friendly RV sites, Wi-Fi, cable TV in the game room, barbecue pits and a 1,200-square-foot covered picnic area (shown here) that can be reserved for group use.

We’re located in a historic spot between the Hill Country and the rolling plains. Our community started as a military outpost – Fort Concho – to protect the settlers as they moved West after the Civil War.

The lawless town of “Santa Angela” cropped up across the river. Today’s contemporary attractions include boating and water sports on Lake Nasworthy (less than a mile from the KOA), the planetarium at Angelo State University and the beautiful river walk through town. You can shop for antiques, visit museums and play golf at one of our three public golf courses.


Nearby attractions include Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, founded in 1867. Seventeen buildings on the fort grounds have been restored giving the visitors an authentic feel for the frontier days of the mid-1880s.

The ASU Planetarium is the fourth largest planetarium in the nation among universities. Here you can view an array of programs for the public with three-dimensional views of the universe.

Located on the shore of Lake Nasworthy, the Nature Center serves as a natural science and natural history museum, complete with native-plant gardens and a variety of indigenous flora and fauna.

Goodfellow AFB is just minutes from the campground.

San Angelo

San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is one of the biggest events of the year in this central Texas city.

Two big events coming up early this year are the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Feb. 14 to March 2 and the Concho Valley Bluegrass Festival April 11-12 at the Wells Fargo Pavilion.


Take Loop 306 to Knickerbocker Road, then proceed south 2 1/4 mi. Our campground will be located on the west side of Knickerbocker Road.

To reserve your campsite at our campground call (800) 562-7519 or call (325) 949-3242 for more information. Visit our website at