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Castroville Regional Park, TX

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Despite its name, Castroville Regional Park is owned and operated by the city of Castroville. The campground is just a part of the 126-acre park. There are several miles of hiking trails, soccer fields, picnic areas, playgrounds and creek fishing available to visitors.

830-931-4070

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We arrived the day after Christmas to find three empty sites - we chose 24. The Camp Host was away for the holidays, but his neighbor was filling in, and soon had us checked in.

Date of visit: Dec 2011

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Sites 11-19 on the left, 20-27 on the right. The campground is nicely shaded, but sites are quite close to each other.

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Sites 20-27 on left, 28-35 on the right. Most of the occupants are long-term residents - there is a six-month stay limit. New oil activity in the area has brought in workers who are living here.

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Sites 28-35.

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Sites 1-10.

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Across the road from the main campground area are sites 35-40, which are out in the open.

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There's a modern bathhouse with hot showers. Next door is a small building with laundry facilities and a community room, complete with a kitchen, large TV and a computer.

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Other amenities at the park include a swimming pool...

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...basketball and tennis courts...

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...and children's play areas.

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You can try your luck fishing in the creek that runs along the park.

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Near the campground is a large field with several soccer fields.

Amenities

 40 RV sites (W/E(30/50)/S, 4 primitive tent sites

Dump station available

Verizon Broadband Access (EVDO) service

Rates: $25 daily, $150 weekly, $250-275 monthly

Coord: 29.3436565 N, 98.881948 W

Activities/Nearby Attractions

Fishing

Hiking

Swimming

San Antonio