Welcome to Lake Dewberry RV Resort


Welcome to Lake Dewberry RV Resort ... located in the heart of the Gulf Coast Golden Crescent region of South Texas. Our goal at Lake Dewberry is to extend a warm and heartfelt welcome and give you the conveniences you need whether you stop briefly for an overnight stay or spend a week and explore our regional sights and unwind with onsite activities. If you’re looking for a place to call home for a longer-term, extended stay while working or wintering in our area, we invite you to become a part of the Lake Dewberry RV Resort community. Regardless of the amount of time you spend with us, our objective is to provide a relaxing and enjoyable experience that will make memories for years.

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Two young boys and their little sister wearing shorts and tshirts smiling and standing on one of Lake Dewberry RV Resort's docks overlooking the lake under sunny blue skies
Three young girls ages three, five, and eight picking yellow wildflowers in Lake Dewberry RV Resort's open field in the glow of the warm evening sun
Two teenage boys wearing tshirts and shorts playing a game of cornhole together on Lake Deweberry RV Resort's green, grassy lawn on a warm summer day

A little boy and girl playing and digging in the sand together at Lake Dewberry RV Resort's fenced-in sand beach by the lake on a sunny summer day
Something for the Whole Family


Here you'll find a perfect blend of modern amenities with activities that may take you down the paths of yesteryear. We think you’ll find everything you need for a memorable stay, whether you’re single and traveling alone, a couple exploring the world of RV travel, or a family with kids or grandkids. Situated on 26 acres with a 4.5-acre fishing lake and a separate swim area with a sand beach, Lake Dewberry RV Resort offers plenty of options to keep you enjoying the outdoors.

Lake Dewberry RV Resort's large 2-story clubhouse with beige walls and a white roof. Signs on the building read: Office, Clubhouse, and Game Room.

Lake Dewberry RV Resort's 1-story laundry building with beige walls and a white roof. Sign on the building reads: Laundry.


  • 214 concrete pads, all pull-through sites with full hook-up (20/30/50 amp)
  • All sites perpendicular to setting sun for shade
  • Free High-Speed WiFi
  • Community Clubhouse with 2 Kitchens
  • Showers/Bathrooms (5 individual)
  • Free Laundry (12 washers, 12 dryers)
  • Dog Park
  • Fitness Room (Treadmill, Weight Machine, Step/Elliptical Machine)
  • Business Center
  • Game Room
  • Picnic Areas
  • Outdoor BBQ Grills

Man standing on the grassy bank of Lake Dewberry RV Resort fishing in the lake
Two men playing disc golf at Lake Dewberry RV Resort's 9-hole disc golf course


  • 4.5-Acre Lake (stocked with bluegill and largemouth bass)
  • Swimming Area with Sand Beach (open seasonally)
  • 2 Piers
  • Dog Park
  • Pickleball Courts (2)
  • 9-Hole Disc Golf Course
  • Shuffleboard Courts (2)
  • Tetherball (4)
  • Four Square Courts (2)
  • Cornhole (2)
  • Horseshoe Pits (2)
  • Giant Connect 4 Game
  • Shuffleboard Table
  • Double Hoop Basketball Arcade
  • Next Door to Outlaw Pass Family Fun Center
  • And More Coming Soon...
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The Heart of the Gulf Coast


You’ll find Lake Dewberry RV Resort located right off U.S. Hwy. 77, just north of Victoria, TX city limits. We consider our location an ideal spot for anyone, but especially for Snowbirds traveling this north/south corridor. In fact, visitors from northern climates may discover that Victoria is an ideal spot to spend the winter since the average daily temperature for Dec/Jan/Feb is just below 70°. January (typically the coldest month) has an average low of 46° and an average high of 65°.

Our location boasts a reasonable equi-distance to the larger cities of Houston (130 miles), Austin (125 miles), San Antonio (115 miles) and Corpus Christi (98 miles).Victoria enjoys the benefits of hospitals with three locations, numerous walk-in clinics, two colleges,major department stores and restaurant chains, plus wonderful local eateries. Lake Dewberry RV Resort’s location has some worthwhile advantages:

  • 3 minutes from Walmart/Sam’s
  • 3 minutes from Camper City (for RV parts/supplies)
  • 3 minutes from shopping and restaurants

Ample cultural opportunities are afforded with museums, a symphony orchestra, and a community theatre. Many houses of worship representing a variety of faiths are scattered all across our area, and sporting events grace the calendar with a Texas Collegiate League summer baseball team and the annual Texas Water Safari, a 260-mile canoe race on the Guadalupe River.

Anyone who enjoys coastal fishing or beaches will find our 28-mile distance to Port Lavaca, Rockport (75 miles), Port Aransas (86 miles), Matagorda Beach (95 miles) within easy reach. Even Galveston Island (173 miles) is a manageable trip from our central location at the heart of the Gulf Coast.

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Map of the Texas Gulf Coast area, zoomed out far enough to show all the highways connecting the major cities of San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and Corpus Christi. Victoria sits in the middle of them, labeled with an orange star.
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Discount Available, 10% off Daily and Weekly Rates (only one discount applies)

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  • CampersCard LogoCampersCard from Harvest Hosts
  • Texas Association of Campground Owners' Saver CardTACO’s Texas Saver Card (Red Star Campground)
  • 5 Branches of US Military InsigniasActive military members and military veterans (submit proof of military service)

More RV Site Info...
Photo collage highlighting many of the local attractions: a cannon from the 1800s aiming out over the ramparts of a historic fortress, three colorful kayaks sitting in calm water by a dock, a wide angle photo of a skateboard park with many undulating concrete ramps and grind rails, the white limestone facade of the Nave Museum featuring grand classical columns at the entrance, the multicolored brown brick tower of the Victoria County Courthouse with the US and Texas flags flying in front, an old log cabin from the 1800s under the branches of an old oak tree, a fisherman holding up a huge silvery fish he just caught while fishing from a boat in the Gulf of Mexico, a closeup of a jaguar's face as it stares intently, the grand rectangular front of the Museum of South Texas History, the belltower and whitewashed walls of the historical mission buildilng of Presidio La Bahia, and finally a giant Tyrannasaurus Rex baring its menacing teeth inside the Children's Discovery Museum.

Points of Interest and Things to Do


2024 is Victoria's bicentennial – the perfect time to plan a trip to Victoria – and with so many things to see and do, the good folks at Explore Victoria Texas have put together a free tool you can use to build your itinerary:

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