Caverns of Sonora RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Just like family
We arrived at the caverns only to discover we had picked up a large screw in one of our tag axel tires. The girls in the office immediately called a local tire shop and got the ball rolling for a replacement. So we ended up staying 3 days and there's no place on this trip so far I would rather have been stuck. From the young guy who helped us park to the girls in the office, we were treated like family. They are the friendliest example of Texas hospitality! While there my husband went on the caverns tour and came back awestruck. We also had the good fortune that the Monarch butterflies were passing through and all over the place. They would roost in trees in clumps and I took a ton of awesome photos. There is a deer feeder and the deer would come in twice a day. Our dog scared up a couple of armadillos the last night and we had great fun watching them run around.
I would definitely come back here again. Thank you B & B for ALL you did for us! We stayed in a 42' motorhome with toad.
Peaceful spot with bonus cave tour option on long 1-10 drive
This campsite is situated next to the Caverns of Sonora ranch house, where you check in to tour the lovely Caverns (I highly recommend the cave tour). The park is basically a nice, natural, no-frills white-gravel lot with hookups (no dump site though). There are beautiful low hills all around the park full of deer and cacti. I stayed here one night on the way from Austin to El Paso. There were only a few other campers, but all were cordial and I enjoyed the peace and quiet after being packed together with other campers in Austin. There seem to be a few employees of the Caverns who live on site, so there is no feeling of being stranded in the middle of nowhere, even though this place is pretty remote (7 miles from the town of Sonora and I-10). There is no wifi supplied, but you can catch the free signal from the ranch house if you are lucky (if you need it, I recommend parking your rig close to the house). All in all a lovely stop!