Small Town Vibes
If you’ve ever stayed in an RV park or traveled in an RV camper, you’ll agree that a strong sense of community exists amongst fellow RVers. The “small town” atmosphere within the RV park community is largely due to close living quarters and the challenges that accompany maintaining an RV camper. Much like small towns and neighborhoods across America, getting to know your neighbors in an RV park is not just about being friendly, it’s a practical necessity.
The best thing about the RV park community is that RVers are always willing to lend a hand to someone in need. Whether you camp in an RV park for a night or a month, you’ll likely be greeted by neighbors as they come and go. Your new friends will share their personal stories and before long you’ll feel like part of the family.
RVers return to RV campsites year after year to catch up with old friends and enjoy the change of scenery. When you join the RV community, you’re guaranteed to meet all kinds of interesting people!
Many people stay in an RV park for weeks or even months. Some RVers are retired, while others work nine-to-five jobs in the city and hit the open road a few times a year. Every winter, RVers flee from states with brutally cold winters and head straight for Texas. It’s like a huge family reunion with potlucks, fishing trips, swap meets, you name it!
You’ll Feel Right at Home
No matter whether you’re a family looking to spend a few adventure-packed days in the Texas Hill Country, a couple seeking rest and relaxation, or a retiree enjoying the simple life of RV camping, you’ll feel right at home at Rio Guadalupe RV Park and Resort.
Rio Guadalupe Resort features 30 and 50 amp RV campsites along the beautiful Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, Texas. Since 1976, Rio Guadalupe RV Park offers a home away from home for travelers from all over the world.