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Bandera Wagon Wheel RV Park (WWRV) is a privately owned commercial property designated for recreational vehicle guest use, offering spacious lot rentals which provide electricity, water, and wastewater utility services.
We are a rustic, quaint RV park situated approximately 7 minutes from downtown Bandera. We are family oriented with management on property 24/7.
Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 3pm
Please don't forget to review our Rules and Guidelines here.
Two (2) pet maximum per site. All dogs must be on a leash or contained in your rig. You must provide proof of rabies vaccine for all pets.
Check-in is at 3:00pm Check-out is at 1:00pm
All vehicles including RV's must have current registration, inspection, and license plates.
The speed limit in the park is 5mph and restricted to roadways only.
Quiet hours are from 10:00pm to 6:00am for those guests who work or attend school.
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Nestled in the scenic Hill Country, Bandera is known for its sweeping landscapes and cowboy heritage. Some of the most beautiful nature areas in the state are located near Bandera, which sits on the bank of the pristine Medina River. There's no shortage of adventures to have and things to do in Bandera.
1. FLYING L RANCH WATER PARK: Flying L Ranch Water Park is the perfect place to cool down during your trip to Bandera, Texas. Spending some time enjoying the rides and water at Flying L. Ranch is a great thing to do in Bandera, Texas.
2. RIDE A HORSE: Bandera, Texas is the cowboy capital of the world and is full of beautiful canyons, scenic vistas and plenty of horses to ride. One of the best ways to explore the hill country of Texas is on horseback and there are plenty of companies that provide horses to take on trail rides.
3. GET WET IN THE MEDINA RIVER: The cool and clear Medina River runs close to Bandera, Texas, and is a great place to get your feet wet. You’ll find locals on the bank every day that are fishing, tubing, and swimming. Join the fun and cool off during the hot Texas summer.
4. BANDERA CITY PARK: Bandera City Park is a great spot to enjoy some downtime while you’re exploring Bandera. The park has plenty of green space to spread a blanket out on or take a walk through. There’s also a skate park, picnic pavilions, and the Medina River runs through it.
5. TOWN MOUNTAIN MINIATURE MUSEUM: Town Mountain Miniatures Museum is filled with a lifetime collection of native Bandera residents, Patty Callahan Adamson. Both sides of her arrived in Bandera in the 1850s and helped to settle the area around it. If you’re looking for some fun and interactive history to explore, this is the place to do it.
6. ROCK CLIFF RESERVOIR: Rock Cliff Reservoir is a reservoir that is located about 5 miles from Bandera, in Bandera County. If you’re looking to do any fishing while you’re in the Bandera hill country, this is not the place to go. Plenty of locals report that there are no fish in the reservoir and it’s only a pretty place to unwind.
7. EXPLORE THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM: You wouldn’t expect a small town like Bandera to house such an informative and historical museum as the Natural History Museum. Patrons who have visited report that the museum has a large natural history exhibit, dinosaur replicas, and dioramas.
8. VISIT THE FRONTIER TIMES MUSEUM: The Frontier Times Museum is a museum dedicated to the American West. It’s one of the oldest museums in Bandera and was opened in 1933 by author and historian John Hunter.
9. GO TO THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 157 MILITARY MUSEUM: The American Legion Post 157 Military Museum is home to over 170 models of airplanes, ships, helicopters, tanks, and more. The museum also features uniforms from WW1.
10. CHECK OUT THE HISTORIC BANDERA COUNTY JAIL: The historic Bandera County Jail was built in 1881 and was in operation until the town built a new establishment. It’s a great historical site in Bandera where travelers can take a glimpse into the past.
11. SEE THE GREAT WESTERN CATTLE TRAIL LANDMARK: This scenic and historic landmark in Bandera is a ranching industry commemoration to memorialize an important road that original settlers used to herd cattle on.
& MUCH MORE!