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Rasco River Rentals

· Leakey, Real, Texas
2 acres hosted by Morgan R.
5 tent sites
Beautiful Property on the Frio River, I was raised here and had the experience of being able to enjoy this atmosphere as a kid and would like to give others the same experience. Learn more about this land: First off, welcome to the Beautiful Hill Country. We have spaces available for Travel trailers/ RV’s, Tents, and Day Trips. We are located right on the Frio River with breath taking views of the bluff across the river. The Night sky is just as beautiful as the day scenery if not better. You will have access to Fire Rings, Picnic tables, Clean Porta-Potty, Swimming Hole and BBQ Pits.
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70 ratings · 38 reviews
Tomas D.recommends
April 10, 2024
Campsite 2
Great place to stay. Our dogs loved playing in the creek right next to the camp. Loads of birds.
Ryan M.recommends
April 9, 2024
Campsite 1
Perfect location
It is a beautiful location and would stay again. I camped with a tent at campsite 1. Plenty of space between spots even though they are right next to one another. Bathrooms, 110 power and water a plus! No cell service but that was ok with me! If you need service you can pick up a tower about 10-15 away. Just make sure you download maps before hand. The stars, the stars are incredible with no moon! Town of Leakey about 15-20 away and has cold beer, ice and some small local restaurants.
Matt S.recommends
April 9, 2024
Campsite 3
Great little space on the Frio!
My family of 6 was there for the eclipse. My kids loved playing in the Frio River which was just feet from the camping area, down a rough staircase. Even in April we found it warm and fun. Hill Country is a beautiful region. The trees are thick and lush, the birds vibrant and active, and fireflies came out after sunset. My only regret is not living closer, because I'd come back every year. I could see the place being a little cramped if full, but we felt like there was plenty of space with 4 other camping parties on the property. Internet was totally absent, so hopefully you like being unplugged or have starlink. Service in Leakey was good for us on tmo. There was water and power at our rv site, but I didn't know if the water was potable. I need to double check that. The hosts were friendly and welcoming. My family isn't from the area, we had good conversations about regional differences in culture and language. Leakey is a tourist town with good spots for food and to resupply. Dora's had interesting and artistic Hispanic yard decor at prices unseen in the Pacific Northwest. The Bent Rim Grill had good diner food at decent prices. Lots of bikers on Harleys had gathered there like it was a popular hangout spot, which I don't mind at all - but we're not accustomed to people smoking cigarettes next to a family with children. Can't say if that's a normal thing, but happened to us. In short, highly recommended! We'd totally visit again.
Walker L.recommends
March 27, 2024
Campsite 2
Great for seeing migratory birds
We stayed here in March. No one else at the site. Woke up to tons of birds overhead, a babbling creek, and butterflies every where. Prettt idyllic. Also, Curtis and Morgan were great.
Doug A.recommends
March 11, 2024
Campsite 3
Great hidden spot with direct water access. Will definitely be returning soon . Great host as well .
Roy L.doesn't recommend
October 20, 2023
Campsite 2
Smaller on the inside.
Its a nice place but very small. The RV spots are very small and the pics do not truly show how cramped everything is including the camping spaces which are intertwined. If you are camped in campsite #3 everyone on property will be traversing through your camp to get to the only stairs down the steep bank to the river. Absolutely visit first before making a reservation just so you understand the situation. Campsite #5 is a joke. It has the only two porto-cans on one side and the road is on the other.
Leakey, Real, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Jumanos, Coahuiltecan, Nʉmʉnʉʉ Sookobitʉ (Comanche), Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), and Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Morgan R.Joined in August 2021
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