We stopped here because we were having some work done on the coach at the nearby Camping World. The site we were assigned was at the end of the row and had a very sharp turn to enter. We tried driving further down and around to get a better shot at entering, but the concrete patio was raised significantly and we had difficulty turning in and avoiding it with the rear tires. The overall park is full of amenities and appears to have many seasonal units. It is clean and we'd consider it again.
Clean, lots of amenities, lots of cottages for friends with no RV, we were in pull thru site on the end, close to interstate but not noisy, not sure of laundry but showers very nice according to my husband Site gravel, pretty level, lots of trees and concrete patio I think if we we not on an end site might have been cramped space. We would stay again.
Great park. Clean and quite. Here for 3 to 4 months. Have stayed before, will stay in the future.
Not pet or human friendly. Crammed in like a cattle car. Horrid traffic noise. Quite costly under the circumstances. Sadly, makes me want to leave Texas ASAP!
We really enjoyed it. Totally returnimg.
This is the most beautiful RV Resort ever. The pool is wonderful and so are the amenities.
We just needed a place to stay while doing things in the area. The price is expensive, even at half price with Passport America. You're paying for the pools, hot tubs, sauna, children's stuff etc. The sites are not worth the price. They are gravel and very close together. The lower numbered sites looked a little neater. Tons of cabins. It's just rows and rows of cabins and campers. Not my cup of tea. Surprisingly there wasn't much road noise from I35. It was very convenient to New Braunfels and San Antonio.
Averaged $39 per night with Passport American discount ($56 without) for W/E50/S/C/I. This is a full resort with pool and other activities. Paths are paved and sites are shady and level with gravel. It offers easy access just off I-35 about 15 miles outside San Antonio. So much to see in San Antonio that is easily accessible from this campground including The Alamo, Gruene Hall and the Riverwalk. Great city!