Sienna Ridge RV Park wants your stay to be a memorable trip for many years to come. Our park has been built with you in mind. Plenty of healthy full-grown trees, natural rock ledges, spacious bath house and laundry facilities for your everyday needs. We hope our FAQ will help answer any questions which might be on your mind. – Thank you, Sienna Ridge RV Park, Canyon Lake, TX.
10 year and newer R.V. and Travel trailers only. Older rigs possible at management discretion only.
Primary driveways will be asphalt. Parking pads will be made of gravel.
Yes, there are 4 Unisex Restrooms with large showers which are ADA compliant (American Disabilities Act).
Pets need to be on a maximum 6' leash length. Need to be current on vaccines, and species restrictions apply. (Pit bull type, Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Husky type, Malamute, Doberman Pinscher, Chow Chow breed, any wolf-dog hybrid are not allowed)
Sienna Ridge RV Park has individual key mailboxes during your stay.
All sites will have cable hookups the intended date is November 2020. Please check at arrival.
If your reservation is not paid for during office hours, then you may lose your reservation.
Any reservation cancelled within a 14-day or more notice will be 100% refunded, if between 13 and 3 days prior to scheduled arrival, we will reimburse 80% of total reservation. Full reservation fee charged for all sites and dates if no show or guest gives less than 2-day notice prior to arrival date.
Yes, you may bring a golf cart. Please register your additional vehicles at time of check in. No ATV or 4x4 and all vehicles must stay on paved roads.
You can stay as you want or need to stay. The Sienna Ridge RV Park strives toward long-term residence and would love to create a community atmosphere.
Absolutely we hope you enjoy your stay.
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Canyon Lake Marina has everything you need including a ship's store, restaurant, wet and dry storage and more
Bird's Eye View of Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake is a reservoir on the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country in the United States.
Canyon Lake located on the Guadalupe River, 16 miles NW of New Braunfels in Comal County.