2385 Bandera Hwy., Kerrville, Texas 78028 (830) 257-7300
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Kerrville - Schreiner Park is a beautiful 517-acre recreation and camping park on the Guadalupe River. Our park is home to an abundance of wildlife including whitetail and black antelope, axis deer, rabbits, fox, birds, butterflies and more.
Full hook-up water / electric & sewer RV sites available in 30 / 50 amp; tent sites, cabins, dining / recreation halls, playground, volleyball / basketball courts also available in this patrolled family oriented park.
Kerrville-Schreiner Park began as a city park built by the C.C.C. in the 1930's then deeded to the State of Texas and became a State Park. On February 13, 2004, Kerrville-Schreiner Park was transferred back to the City of Kerrville under authority of Texas House Bill 2108. Improvements to the park included the addition of sewer connections to both RV camping loops on the river side of the park, 23 new mini-cabins, shoreline stabilization and water sports area development, renovation of restrooms and group facilities.
Kerrville - Schreiner Park Brochure: click below to view detail descriptions of all our amenities, fees and a map of our park.
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Pets are not allowed at the swim / river area. Please inquire within about our designated pet areas.
Kayak / Canoe concessionaire through Kerrville Kayak and Canoe - 2015 Seasonal Operating Schedule: Memorial Day wknd, May 22nd thru Columbus Day wknd, October 12th Contact Cory Miller, Owner, year round @ 830-459-2122 to make arrangements for groups or full day kayak rentals. (all dates are subject to weather permitting)
Mini-Cabins Park Cabin
Recreation Hall Dining Hall
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Butterfly Garden Amphitheater
- Updated 6/23/2015 What's Happening Now!
Annual Passes are in! Please bring the confirmation receipt given to you at the time of purchase to receive a new pass....this is for annual passes purchased after JUNE 2, 2015 only....... we will be contacting you via phone to confirm.
Annual Passes to the Kerrville-Schreiner Park are $25.00 per pass and are vehicle specific. Once you purchase a pass for a particular vehicle that vehicle is allowed park entrance 7-days a week between the hours of 8am to 10pm for an entire year. Make sure to have the current license plate number for the vehicle being registered. An absolute awesome gift idea!
(The purchase of an annual pass does not include access to River Trail- you must stop by park headquarters to receive the day use code for River Trail access)
GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW KERRVILLE RIVER TRAIL
You may now access the new Kerrville River Trail with the purchase of a Day Use Pass. Stop by Park Headquarters Office for more information.
Kerrville River Trail is a continuous 4 mile trail along the Guadalupe River, with trailheads located at the Kerrville - Schreiner Park, G Street, Lehmann & Monroe Park, the Louise Hays Park and the Riverside Nature Center. Boat and bicycle rentals are available at Louise Hays Park and the Kerrville - Schreiner Park.
Access to the Guadalupe River! The River is flowing- we have swimming, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boards!
The fishing is awesome, as well! Join us for some water fun!
Our Newest Amenity:
The Hillside Tepee, great for overnight camping, themed parties and group outings. Boy Scout/Girl Scout troops welcomed!
2015 Movies in the Park: The City of Kerrville Park and Recreation Department is pleased to announce "Movies in the Park" to be held at the Kerrville - Schreiner Park Amphitheater starting at 9:00pm; this event is FREE! to the public.
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Tepee-Flyer click here for more info: 2015 Movies in the Park
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KSP FEE SCHEDULE
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Do you have an RV? Do you love camping and the outdoors? These are the first items in the criteria for joining the Park Host Program at Kerrville-Schreiner Park! For a one to four month commitment in this 517-acre recreational area, a weekly minimum of 24 hours work exchange is required. The program offers a 50/30 AMP full hook-up site in our beautiful park rising from the banks of Guadalupe River to the wildlife filled hills just a short distance from the center of Kerrville. Please contact the PARK HOST PROGRAM
Park Supervisor for further details.