Pecan Park

50 Squirrel Run
San Marcos, TX 78666

(888) 808-7181

(512) 396-0070

Description

Large, level, shady lots. Quiet country atmosphere on San Marcos River, canoeing, fishing, laundry, enclosed swimming pool, etc. Over 170 stores in two outlet malls. Southwest Texas State University. 20/30/50 amps. Cable and telephone available

Total Sites:
93

117 Total Sites

11 Pull Thru Sites

117 Sites with 20 Amp

117 Sites with 30 Amp

117 Sites with 50 Amp

45' Max RV Length

Directions:    From I-35 take exit 205. Go East on HWY-80 (Stay In The Right Hand Lane). One mile past the Blanco River Bridge, turn right onto County Road 101. Immediately make a left onto County Road 102. Go about ½ mile, turn right at the Pecan Park sign.

From I-10 going West, take exit 632, through Luling. Turn right onto 183 and 80 (traffic signal). Go 3 blocks, turn left onto 80. Go approximately 17 miles to Martindale(Flashing Yellow Light-Watch Your Speed). Continue 3.8 miles to County Road 101. Turn left, then immediately turn left on County Road 102. Go about ½ mile, turn right at the Pecan Park sign.

From the West going South from Blanco on 281, it is easy to miss the intersection with 32, so watch closely. Follow 32 then 12 into San Marcos. At the intersection of Hopkins Street, turn left. Continue on Hopkins through town and eventually under I-35. Follow instructions "From I 35" given above.

Additional Info:    Courtesy of Camping.com

Amenities

Onsite

  • Pull Thru Available
  • Full Hookups
  • 50 Amp Available
  • River
  • Sewer Hookups
  • Quiet Atmosphere
  • Family Park
  • Monthly Rates
  • Credit Crd Accepted

Recreation

Onsite

  • Biking - Road
  • Bird Watching

Nearby

  • Hunting
  • River Rafting
  • Water Skiing

Recent Reviews

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0 % of users found this review helpful
The sites were not maintained, grass wasn't mowed, a little tight getting camper into site and get my slides out had big nice tree on the right side of the camper which was great but then when I tried to slide the slide out the power pole was in the way so I had to pull my camper all the way in front of the power pole to hook it up. Then about 10:40 pm I was told to turn my radio off that was only up about 3-4 disables so I did and then they came and told us that we were laughing to loud, it was me and a few other campers in the park and I asked the elderly couple that was parked right beside me if we disturbed them and they said they never heard us and there bed room was at the back of their camper about 20' from where we were sitting, very disappointing vacation for me and my family,will not be going back anytime soon.
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Dissatisfied
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Reviewed 04/21/2014
B+
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MHB
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We have had a great time at Pecan Park over the past few months.
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MHB
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Reviewed 04/21/2014
C-
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To pricey
0 % of users found this review helpful
To much money for the spot. At other places for the same money you can park your rig on concrete, have a fire ring, and a grill. Plus river access is terrible and to far from the campsites. If it weren't for the map, you wouldn't know there was a river nearby.
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Edmo66
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Reviewed 04/21/2014
B-
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Thankful to find a place this weekend
0 % of users found this review helpful
Even though it was much farther from Austin than we wanted to be, we found this to be quiet and family and dog friendly. We enjoyed going down to the river and the dog park was very nice. the employees that we had contact with were helpful and pleasant. Only suggestion would be more gravel or grass. It was pretty dusty.
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M and M
The review was
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Reviewed 04/14/2014