Date of Stay: April, 2011
This is a lovely park inside, lovely trees, but the real gem is that it's right across the street from a bus stop that takes you directly into downtown San Antonio and the Riverwalk for $1.10 (for us in our early 60's)! Back again directly in front of the park. Breakfasts served on weekends were pretty good. We were very happy with this place and have stayed here more than once already. They have a sister park in Austin.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
This was a beautiful park, lovely wooden walkway to the beach, birding ponds (roseate spoonbills!), all facilities very well-kept, very well-managed place. Our only problem was not their fault. It's quite a ways out from town, and we don't have a tow car. There IS a town shuttle that stops right in front of the office hourly until 5 p.m., with a wonderful local driver who pointed out all sorts of places of interest. We enjoy some night life, though, so ended up paying quite a bit for cabs. Lots of fun bars and restaurants in town.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
We are Good Sam members, and have traveled throughout the United States. We were very disappointed in the high Good Sam ratings for this park. Noise from the highway was awful. There was one unisex room with a toilet, shower and sink which were the only restroom/shower facilities in the complex. Our site, #57, did not have sewer hook-up, although they advertise that all sites do. They also advertise that each site has a view. Yes. Of other RV's! There were a lot of permanent residents.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
One of prettiest places we've ever stayed! Most sites are surrounded by trees, and feel very private. There is a beautiful fishing pond in the front, surrounded by flower beds and lush lawns, all ringed by beautiful trees, and spectacular mountain views. There were even 3 widely-spaced wooden swings on which up to 3 people each could relax. We enjoyed seeing a young mom and her son fishing from the little dock. They also had a very nice 4-wheel-drive rental car on site, which we were had reserved to explore Glacier National Park. (Glacier does not allow vehicles over 22'.)