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The Mermaid's Cove

3660 Tangle Wood Trail
Canyon Lake, TX 78070
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3 Reviews
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I loved this place, the most remote, very few long term. Must been cleaned up a lot since last year. Great new manager Laurie. Place now called Lazy rnr cove Thanks

Received from David for visit in Jun 2009

Site Number: 34
Stay Again? YES
Mermaid Cove is a small park way off the beaten path at the upper end of Canyon Lake, which means it is extremely quiet and peaceful. The sites are relatively level and they give you a grill to use if you don't already have one. The campground hosts are extremely friendly and helpful. They do have a very liberal pet policy (meaning that there isn't one) but for the most part campers do the right thing. Pets are not required to be on a leash unless they become a nuisance or are aggressive. We stayed here for 3 weeks but reluctantly had to move to an RV park closer to Bulverde as my commute to work made it more cost effective to change parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.

Received from Anon for visit in Mar 2009

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Stay Again? YES
This property is primitive, run down, neglected and has a bunch of permanent residents living in old trailers surrounded by debris - construction, household and automotive. I also saw broken down golf carts, old appliances, plywood and so forth on the ground near what appears to be a work shed in the middle of the RV area. Many of the RV sites are not paved with any material, just raw ground - rocky, uneven and prone to flooding. There was a heavy rain overnight during our stay and we woke up find ourselves in a sea of water and mud. We got suck trying to get our trailer out. We were in the "back 40" of the park as it is the most "scenic" area but it is also the lowest spot. The sewer hookup is a pipe that runs to an above ground honey wagon. The pipe fills up and you have to get the manager to come pump it into the honey wagon so you can empty your holding tank. The few pull through sites I saw have caleche paving material and are directly across from the permanent trailers which is not a view you will like. The public bathroom is best described as primitive. I did not see inside the cabins but from the outside I observed broken window blinds, broken porch furniture, etc. There was no recreational water anywhere on the property due to the drought. The facility is not a member of Woodall’s or the Texas Assoc. of Campground Owners as stated on the website. All in all this is the worst place I have stayed in 35 years of RV travel.

Received from Melissa for visit in Oct 2009

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Stay Again? NO

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