Lazy L & L Campground
11699 River Road
New Braunfels , Texas
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Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 201
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 88
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Family pride is still of utmost importance to all family members, as well as our employees; and we pride ourselves in providing a clean and family-oriented campground. Since 1972, the campground has seen many improvements and repeat customers are many. "The campground is situated on 25 acres on River Road with beautiful Guadalupe river frontage in a scenic Texas hill country setting. Per USA Today, June 3, 2011, ... River Road is the best scenic route in Texas."
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
-Pet Friendly Oct - Mar.
-In FHU Sites 134 - 187
From Houston: IH10 West to Seguin. Take exit #607 for Hwy 46 to New Braunfels. Turn right and drive 16 miles. Take a right at the light at the Shell Pit Stop (River Road). Travel 1.7 miles and turn right at River Road Ice House. Drive 8.1 miles (between 3rd and 4th crossing) and Lazy L&L will be on the left hand side.
From Dallas: IH35 South to exit #191 (Canyon Lake / FM 306 exit) turn right on FM 306. Drive 12 miles. Turn left on FM 2673. Drive 2 miles and turn left at the traffic light onto River Road. Travel 2 1/2 miles (crossing the river once at the 4th crossing) the campground will be on the right.
From San Antonio: Take IH35 North to Rueckle Road. Exit #184 and turn left. Drive 5.2 miles and take a left at the Shell Pit Stop (River Road). Travel 1.7 miles and turn right at River Road Ice House. Drive 8.1 miles (between 3rd and 4th crossing) and Lazy L&L will be on the left hand side.
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