Fort Clark Springs RV Park

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Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

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Discover Fort Clark Springs RV Park

In a former cavalry barracks, Fort Clark Springs RV Park is a laid-back resort that welcomes travelers of all ages. It’s within walking distance to the Kinney County Museum and a short drive from the Kickapoo Cavern State Park and the Amistad National Recreation Area along the border between Texas and Mexico.

RV camping at Fort Clark Springs RV Park includes access to 85 full-hookup sites, with either 30 or 50-amp electric connections available. Campers can take advantage of the clean bathroom and shower facilities, as well as the day room that’s equipped with games, books, magazines, and a TV.

Recreational facilities at Fort Clark Springs RV Park include a spring-fed swimming pool, a well-equipped gym, and a dog park where your four-legged friends can run free. There are barbecue cooking facilities and picnic tables scattered throughout the campground and a large community fire pit where you can mingle with other campers.

The Great Outdoors

Camping at Fort Clark Springs RV Park is a good base for exploring the Kickapoo Cavern State Park, which lies 25 minutes’ drive to the north. It was established in 1991 to protect 20 known caverns, including the namesake Kickapoo Cavern that extends for a quarter-mile in length. You can join one of the weekend cavern tours or opt to explore the 14 miles of mountain biking trails or the 18 miles of hiking and birding trails at your leisure. Highlights of possible sightings include gray vireo, varied buntings, and Montezuma quail while white-tailed deer, rock squirrels, and Texas alligator lizards also inhabit the park.

A 45-minute drive west of Fort Clark Springs RV Park is the Amistad National Recreation Area, which lies along the border between Texas and Mexico. It was created following the construction of the Amistad Dam in 1969. Houseboats and other recreational vessels can be rented along the reservoir’s shores while water skiing, fishing, and scuba diving are also possible. The surrounding area is renowned for its rock art and archaeological sites, as well as being located on the route of the annual monarch butterfly migration.

Just over an hour’s drive northeast of Fort Clark Springs RV Park is Garner State Park, which is popular with local residents due to the recreational activities on the Frio River. The landscape is marked by limestone cliffs and deep canyons that provide a setting for hiking and mountain bike riding. Canoes, paddleboats, and kayaks can be rented to enjoy the waterway at your leisure while ranger programs are held throughout the year to teach young visitors about the region’s natural and human history.

Exploring the City

The campsites at Fort Clark Springs RV Park are located on the edge of Brackettville, which is home to a couple of supermarkets where you can pick up groceries and supplies. There are also gas stations in the city if you need to fill up your RV rental and a wide choice of eateries that include pizzerias, barbecue joints, and burger houses.

While you’re in Bracketville, don’t miss a visit to The Montalvo House, a two-room cedar post building that was constructed in the late-19th century by the Montalvo family. It’s dedicated to educating the public about sustainable construction methodologies, as well as hosting an organic market. The market is well-stocked with farm-fresh and certified organic produce.

Also in Brackettville is the Kinney County Heritage Museum, which occupies a former general store that was built by Italian stonemasons in 1885. It was used briefly as a high school classroom in the 1940s before being restored in the 1990s as a museum and to serve as a reminder of the city’s heritage. Artifacts related to the county are now displayed throughout its rooms, detailing the important events and influential people who have shaped the region.

A 30-minute drive west of Fort Clark Springs RV Park will take you to Del Rio, which serves as the seat of Val Verde County. It’s home to the busiest United States Air Force pilot training complex in the world at the Laughlin Air Force Base, as well as the Whitehead Memorial Museum, a pioneer village set across two acres. It comprises several historic buildings where cultural artifacts are displayed, as well as part of the 19th-century San Felipe irrigation canal that flows through the back of the museum’s property.

Whether you want to explore the recreational reserves of southern Texas or discover the cultural museums of Brackettville and Del Rio, book an RV rental in Kinney County and start planning your visit.

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