Dogs are allowed at Cascade Caverns with air conditioned RVs only. No pets are allowed on sites with only tents. Texas State law requires all dogs be on a leash six feet long at all times. No pets are allowed in the buildings or cave. All dog waste is to be picked up and placed in the trash. Dogs may not be left unattended outside your RV. The owner shall guarantee that their dog has all current vaccinations. The owner understands he is responsible for the actions of his pet. In the event any animal becomes, in the sole opinion of Cascade Caverns, a nuisance to the other guests or employees, such animal shall be removed from the property immediately upon receipt of notice by Cascade Caverns management. No guest shall be permitted to maintain on his or her campsite a Bull Terrier (Pit Bull) or any dog or dogs of mean or of violent temperament or otherwise evidencing such temperament. For more information on pet restrictions, please call (830) 755-8080.
Explore Cascade Caverns' 105 acres of native Texas Habitat in a unique RV park and campground in the Texas Hill Country. Enjoy the tranquility and quiet, the sounds of nature, and clear night skies two miles away from the Interstate. They also have: over 100 sites (full hook-ups to tent camping); updated restroom/shower buildings & washer/dryer facility; 2,250 sf camper recreation building with pool tables, satellite TV, seating areas, games, library; convenience store; business center with WiFi, internet computer workstation, print/fax; horse shoes, badminton, table tennis, volleyball; indoor exercise room with elliptical trainer, weights, treadmill, sound system' children’s playground; picnic tables and BBQ grilles; nature trails; dump station, and more. Cascade Caverns Campground is just minutes away from San Antonio and the Historic Czech and German towns of the Hill Country: Boerne to Gruene, Fiesta Texas, San Antonio Zoo, The Alamo, & Sea World.
BringFido Guest Rating
Cascade Caverns has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 1 canine critic on BringFido.
While dogs aren’t allowed on the trails and the caverns, there is plenty of room to walk around and explore on the campsite! We saw so much wildlife, including deer, rabbits, frogs, etc. It wasn’t super busy when we went, so we really got some exploring in!