This park along the Guadalupe River continues to be the city’s busiest park. This city park offers a variety of fun camping options such as 30 & 50 amp RV sites and tent camping, cabins, and even a house. Facilities include the Recreation Hall, the Dining Hall, and day use facilities including playground, butterfly garden, sand volleyball, basketball, 7.5 miles of hike and bike trails, river access, kayak and canoe rentals, fishing, and picnic areas with standing grills throughout. With 517 acres, this is the largest municipal park in Kerrville.
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.
Hot Spot available within the perimeters around the Park Office Building. Inquire within!
Cable access now available in the KSP Ranch House and Large Park Cabin!
Kerrville Kayak and Canoe - 2019 Seasonal Operating Schedule: Memorial Day weekend thru Columbus Day weekend. Contact Cory Miller, Owner, year round at (830) 459-2122 to make arrangements for groups or full day kayak rentals. (all dates are subject to weather)