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TravelPod Member ReviewsLazy L and L Campground and Store New Braunfels
The best campground on the Guadalupe for our get away from it all Christmas. Here for a month in our motorhome there is a wonderful "family" atmosphere the rec. room is cozy and well equipped and complete with games area. Hosts Rodney and Margie are just the best making you feel part of their family too.
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