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Old 02-26-2013, 09:59 AM   #1
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Canyon lake Corps of Engineers RV Park

Has anyone stay at the Corps of engineers parks near Canyon Lake, TX? Is it easy to get to San Antonio and Austin from there? Will I have any problems maneuvering a 43' 5th wheel toy hauler in there? I do not see sewer hookup, where would be the closest dump station?
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Has anyone stay at the Corps of engineers parks near Canyon Lake, TX? Is it easy to get to San Antonio and Austin from there? Will I have any problems maneuvering a 43' 5th wheel toy hauler in there? I do not see sewer hookup, where would be the closest dump station?
Yes, Easy access to San Antonio (20-30mins) and about 60 mins to Austin area.
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There is a dump station in the CG.
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easy access to natural bridge caverns, san antonio, austin and san marcos.....


havent been to the park in year and years
there is a helicopter tour out there to 45 a person iirc
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