Search Filters

Type
+ Pricing
+ Group size
+ Terrain
Garner State Park

Garner State Park, Texas

Since the dawn of time, civilization has been drawn to settling near water sources, and Garner State Park’s eight campgrounds bare no exception! The Frio River runs through Garner, framed by deep Read more...
Since the dawn of time, civilization has been drawn to settling near water sources, and Garner State Park’s eight campgrounds bare no exception! The Frio River runs through Garner, framed by deep canyons, crystal-clear streams, mountainous mesas and carved limestone cliffs. These dramatic rock formations weren’t born overnight, dating back to the Cretaceous age which, *drumroll* lasted from 138 to 63 million years ago. NBD. So what the heck should you do surrounded by such bountiful, beautiful land? In addition to a plethora of hiking, biking, fishing, and climbing, visitors can swim, float or boat the winding Frio which spans 2.9 miles. And when you’ve reached the end, just catch the tube shuttle back and do it again! That’s right, tube shuttle. When you’re done circling the Frio, gather near the park’s concession building on summer evenings for a jukebox dance, stay up late for a star party or join a Frio Bat Flight tour to see the nightly exodus of one of the largest Mexican free-tailed bat colonies in the world. If upon departure you decide that you actually want to stay in Garner State Park forever and ever, they’re always accepting volunteers to serve as a park host, maintain and restore habitats, lead programs, and generally lead a great example to all who come to visit.
Shady Meadows Campground
Jacob
Jacob: Shady Oaks is the best camp site if you don't want to be surrounded by lots of people. Most of the...
Pecan Grove Campground
Shayne
Shayne: I recommend not picking the sites near the showers/restrooms. Sure it seems like a great convenience...
River Crossing Campground
Location, location, location! The River Crossing Campground sits at the heart of Garner State Park....
Cypress Springs Group Campground
Cypress Springs Campground is the only camp on the east side Frio River. The site is RV-friendly and...
Rio Frio Campground
Trek
Trek: If you go here and you've got the legs you've to hike up Old Baldy Trail. It's an epic view.
Oakmont Campground
OG Garner represent! The Oakmont campsites neighbor Pecan Grove in the “Old Garner” premium area of...
Live Oak Campground
The Live Oak Campground has a similar set of perks to explore as their neighboring sites at Rio Frio....
Persimmon Hill Campground
Andrea
Andrea: Garner is one of the busiest parks in Texas - lines can be as long as 3 hours to get in. Check the...
Hmmm we couldn't find any listings within Garner State Park that match your search criteria. Try removing filters or zooming the map out and searching again.
Browse camping spots nearby —
1 - 20 of 102 Listings
Four Sisters Ranch Camping
Will
Will: Either as a midway point on your way to/from Big Bend, or if you're just trying to get outta town,...
Lost Maples Campground
Trek
Trek: Fall camping here is amazing because of the color of the Maple Trees. But you have to reserve way in...
Lost Maples Hike In Campground
Guy
Guy: I camped at Granger and drove over for the day. I caught the turning of the leaves perfectly. You...
 Twin Elm Guest Ranch/RV Resort
Ashlee
Ashlee: Living full-time in an RV, I’ve stayed at my fair share, and this one is well taken care of, with...
Llano Springs Ranch
Lizzie
Lizzie: I'm still swooning from my stay at Llano Springs Ranch this past weekend. We had a three hour drive...
Four Sisters Ranch Cabin
Margaux
Margaux: This cabin is a great escape from the City. Set in a peaceful, secluded area, this rental provides...
Howdy's River Hideout
Bob
Bob: Pitch your tent or Pop Up camper under our shady Pecan and Oak Trees and explore the Headwaters of the...
Rustic Texas Ranch Camping
Ashlee
Ashlee: The Medina River is the perfect spot to plop a camp chair on the rock bed and let any troubles you...
Stirrup Lodge Cabin
Ashlee
Ashlee: The ranch cabins are perfect if you’re looking for a little bit more comfort than what tent camping...
Butterfly Springs Campground
Like its nearby neighbor to the north, Hermit’s Shack campground, Butterfly Springs is a bit of a hike...
Dos Rios Camping
Sam
Sam: Great location, Collin and Michaela were very helpful. We got in and found a spot to set up our tent....
Hermit’s Shack Campground
Hermit’s Shack is a bit of a misnomer -- with another whole campground just to the south, chances are...
Trailhead Equestrian Campground
Ride, Sally, ride … your horse on the 50 miles of trails that lead right out of this equestrian...
Bar-O Developed Equestrian Area
If you’ve rode into town without a campsite reservation, you and your horse can try to snag one of the...
West Verde Creek Campground
Wake up to the sound of clear, cold water rushing over rocks when you pitch a tent at West Verde Creek...
Chaquita Falls Campground
Martín
Martín: Great spot for groups with mixed outdoor comfort levels. You're far enough from camp roadways and not...
Chapa’s Group Campground
Ready for the best, most massive slumber party for you and your four-legged friends (of the horse...
Hideaway Sleeping Porch
Carol
Carol: The Hideaway Sleeping Porch has been likened to Klamping. The truth be known it was created out of a...
Kickapoo Cavern Campground
Sleep beneath the stars and to the soothing sounds of bats hunting insects via echolocation....
Walk-in Campsites
Will
Will: Don't let first impressions fool you—E-rock doesn't look like much when you first see it from a...