43 Parks near Bulverde, Texas
Mar 2016 - $11.00
Rate reflects monthly rate. Stayed here from December to April.
Park is an older park with somewhat narrow asphalt roads and some sites can be a challenge to back into with a larger vehicle. Park is right on US 281 and getting out can be a challenge sometimes. Verizon air card worked fairly well and had 2 to 3 bars on my Verizon phone. Most sites have asphalt pads. Sites in the back of the park are gravel and under trees. Dog park is a hike down a rocky road that is somewhat washed out. You can get to the dog park going across some grass though. They have a guest house for visitors if you need it. Laundry rooms were clean but small. 4 washers and 5 driers in the one I used.
Owner is real friendly, along with the staff. Each site has a cement patio and a picnic table. Lots of permanent park models and long term campers. I would stay here again. - Paul_L63
Apr 2015 - $30.00
Previous reviews are spot on. Clean park, very pretty, lots of permanent folks. Staff is friendly. I'm writing this for several reasons. First, this park can not easily handle the big boys. Even though I specifically asked if they could handle a 45 foot motor home with tow and was assured they could and had room however, we were told upon arrival that they had to move people around to accommodate us. The site we were assigned to was substandard, too close for all of our slides to be opened. No offer to discount the site further, but they did tell us we could move over into the grass. Not a good idea as it was raining. Further, the electric pole was so short that our surge suppressor was laying on the ground. When we mentioned it we were told that was standard, everyone laid them on the ground.
Finally, this park is located on the east side of Hwy 281. This is a busy, divided highway with no easy way to get into the park if you are headed south on Hwy 281. You must go past the park and make a u turn back to the park. When going into San Antonio you leave the park driving north, take the first exit to make a u turn to head south to San Antonio. We were here 2 nights visiting family in San Antonio and although we like the park and wish they could accommodate big rigs we would not return due to the difficulty getting around. - Harley Oma
Mar 2015 - $29.00
This was a very nice park. Clean restrooms with clean showers. Nice big level pull-thru site with mature trees which provided nice shade. The owner met us when we arrived and led us to our site. Everyone was very friendly. We were invited to a potluck, Bingo, and an Italian night. We didn't attend them because we already had plans, but thought it was nice. We would definitely stay here again. - GigiRox
Nov 2015 - $45.00
This is a 95 percent full time trailer park. There are paved road thru park, sites are gravel/dirt. The park is Expensive for what you get. $45.00 night, $245.00 week. The amenities advertised are not all working, you are lucky to be in a spot where Wifi and Cable are usable. $20.00 deposit cable box needed. I have used these boxes many times before and after trying two boxes the front office threw up its hands and says "we only provide cable because Time Warner gives it to us free, it's not ours you will have to call them." Many of the spots for short term , including mine, are next to road (noise) or against the UP railroad and a stone quarry (bad dust). I didn't use restrooms, can't rate. Front office is useless, backed by General Mgr who has been on job too long and doesn't care about individual customers issues. Location is asset, located close to I-35. If you have never heard of a non-refundable deposit, get ready. Laundry at park, ok but old machines, one of ours leaked. - Dieselrv08
Nov 2015 - $17.00
Facility filled with old park models. Extremely unlevel, gravel sites. Narrow streets filled with speed bumps and pot holes; very, very difficult to maneuver a big rig through. Satellite reception difficult or impossible due to trees. We lost power sporadically, especially during storms. Park poorly maintained. NOTE: The trees at our site prevented satellite reception, so we tried working with the management to move and were told nothing available and to keep trying. We tried for over a week and were told to check after the first of the month when the monthlies vacated their spots. When two sites came open that would work for us, we asked to move but were told they could not move us due to the way their "reservation system" worked. They had no intention of letting us move when they told us to keep checking back. When I called the office and spoke with the general manager, I was told "that's the way it is and next time you can go to another park," and HUNG UP on me! We have have traveled extensively and have NEVER encountered a park like this one! - CWinLV
Sep 2015 - $17.00
I stayed here for 6 months while on a work contract. The staff and maintenance people were friendly and so were the neighbors. Lots are larger than most places that I have been. Not packed in like sardines! Utilities were excellent and trash pick up is daily at your site. Fenced dog park with dog droppings bags supplied at all three dog parks. The price was $500.00 monthly which breaks down to $16.60/day for a monthly RV rate. Nothing extra is charged. - MedicineMan
May 2016 - $35.00
Very nice park. Sites have concrete, covered patio with picnic table (minor issue - our awning hit the patio roof, so we couldn't fully open it). Hot tub was actually hot (most parks seem to have warm tubs). Huge rec room, although there were no planned activities while we were there (2 weeks). Fairly large pull-through sites. The sites were somewhat slanted to the left, but this was easily overcome with levelers and meant that the tanks drained easily (sewer hole was lower than hookups). Fresh water spigot was 20 ft from sewer, which was nice for cleanliness, but we needed to use a long hose. Only negative - the trains are frequent and noisy (they blow their horns because the local train crossing only have markers, not crossing gates). - Neil_and_Sandy
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Stayed here for the month of February. Large park but everyone is super friendly. Spots are a decent size but gravel and not very even. Many activities offered, i.e., Pot lucks, Super Bowl party, painting classes, ice-cream night and bingo. Very dog friendly with two dog runs and agility courses. The hot tub is hot, deep and clean. Pool is not heated and freezing. Wonderful laundry facilities with 10 washers and dryers.
You definitely need a car to get around for shopping and restaurants. We received several deliveries without any issues. My only knock is that while most staff were very friendly, the one woman who manages the front office could learn to smile once in a while. - Outlaw Pilots
Nov 2015 - $44.00
We had made reservations, however when we arrived someone was in the site they told us to take. They were quite helpful at the office and told us to take another site, however it was beyond a tight pull through (been full timing for 6 years, so know a tight turn). The turn could not be made because of trees and some type of patio, however they were more than willing to come and trim the trees so we did get into the site. Once we were in we realized all sites on this road tipped a lot on the downhill side so we had to use extra blocking on the tires to be reasonably level. - Al and Anne-Marie
Nov 2013 - $20.00
Under no circumstance stay here. Planes directly overhead, trains nearby, and emergency sirens all night long. Tight getting in and out. Short sites. Utilities in bad places under rig. - 11 Bounder
Feb 2005 - $24.00
After reading reviews of this RV Park we decided to stay here and made a reservation for 3 nights. After arriving we soon learned that the website made this park appear nicer that what it really turned out to be. The management was very friendly and helpfull, but they seem to be lacking when it comes to enforcing the rules on those that are permanent residents. The area around the spaces of the permanent residents was messy and many of the rigs were in disrepair. We had are two young children with us and arrived around 6PM and by the time we were finished setting up around 7PM the kids wanted to play. Although this is described as a family park we felt as though the atmosphere dictated that at this early hour it was quiet time and the kids should be kept inside. Additionally, the park was small and difficult to manuever around. With or without children there are much better choices in the area. - Lawman5383
Mar 2016 - $24.00
We stayed in Turkey Sink, space 52. Site was pretty level with one block needed on front tires. Real nice hiking trail down to the river, where another trail followed river for 1/2 mile. Great photography opportunities. We are also able to access Honey Creek State Natural Area for a guided hike, which the hold every Saturday at 9:00 am.
Cell coverage and OTA channels were fine and we were able to get our DISH satellite working. Will definetely stay here again. - Davishouse2
Nov 2015 - $24.00
Overall the park is great. The trails are well maintained and the facilities are top notch (considering it's a state park). The camping sites are large and plenty of room to move around. Though the bathrooms are clean overall, the shower area within the bathrooms were in need of some attention.
The family has stayed at numerous state parks and this by far has been best maintained. - Pigcrib
Nov 2015 - $24.00
Very nice state park. The bathrooms were the cleanest we have seen anywhere. The sites are large and wooded in the Turkey Sink area. Some of the sites, while large are a little tight to back a big Motorhome into. Watch the overhead trees. Water and good 50 AMP service at sites. Great hiking, the river is breath taking, we and our dogs had a wonderful time playing in it. The Discovery Center is excellent and well staffed. Park hosts were as good as they get, very helpful. Wifi isn't available at the sites but you get a good signal at the bathrooms. Cell service isn't good, and we could only get 4 antenna TV stations. Wish we had known sooner, Tweedy's an excellent RV supply center, is only 7 miles down the road. Good if you need supplies or parts. - The Sandbox
Fort Sam Houston Army Post, Texas (map) | (210) 221-5502
Sites: 68 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 25 Reviews
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We have stayed here many times. It is an excellent location for downtown San Antonio. The staff are very nice an attentive to your needs. The facilities are clean and neat. We have never had any problems with the hookups. All concrete slab and pull through. Best to call ahead for a reservation as the park stays relatively full. You can just about forget it in the winter. - mlbarry
Apr 2016 - $20.00
I stayed here nine nights while in San Antonio. I called for a reservation, and I'm glad I did: The park was half-empty when I arrived, but filled up quickly.
Sites are level, all are pull-through and concrete. There are trees between sites, but no shade. There is enough space between sites to be neighborly, but I never felt encroached. The nature of the clientele -- active duty or retired military -- also contributed to an enjoyable, quiet atmosphere. No loud partying at all. On the other hand, freight trains come through regularly -- sometimes at late hours -- and announce their arrivals/departures with their whistles, but I'm a sound sleeper, so it didn't really bother me.
Another drawback is the remote location of the park on Fort Sam. Combined with the 20-30 mph speed limit on post, it can make getting around a leisurely experience.
Finally, Fort Sam has a number of gates that used to be open, but are now permanently closed -- something my Garmin GPS didn't know. You'll have to be aware of that during your maneuvers.
One of the cool things about staying here was the Army's tradition of bugle calls. You'll hear Reveille at 6, To The Colors at the end of the duty day, Taps at 11 and several others throughout the day. Suffice to say, you won't be getting *that* experience at just any RV park.
Staff in the office is friendly and quite attentive to whatever needs you might have. I asked to stay an extra couple of days, and was initially told no, but she called me back and said she could make it happen!
I highly recommend Fort Sam's RV park. I'd give it a 10 if it weren't for those trains at 11 at night. Still, I would definitely return on any return trip to San Antonio. - VA-Parrothead
Mar 2016 - $15.00
We enjoyed a full hook up site on a level concrete pad with patio area. Two clean shower/bath house rooms with attached laundry facilities. There is a nice covered patio on the back of the office with tables and outdoor furniture. Camp WiFi is slow and only available in the office. We picked up 30 over the air TV stations but 30% were Spanish language stations. Excellent reception for cell phone, Jet Pack cellular and satellite (DirecTV). The park roads are well paved for walking and bike riding. The park is near the hospital at Fort Sam Houston so there was a lot of helicopter traffic over the campground. - HappiLeeRVing
Feb 2013 - $25.00
Walnut Canyon RV park is not the worst park we've been to. The electrical, water, and sewer connections are new, the Wi-Fi is good, and the park is shaded. A few negatives stood out, though: The newly built showers are "pull-chain", and only supply cold water. The roads throughout the park are bumpy, uneven, gravel, and some turns are tight. Most of the residents here are "long-term", and have junk accumulating around their rigs. Some sites are not level. The photos on the web site to not accurately represent the park, and the "hiking trail" is littered with scrap iron, refuse, old toilets, and a lot of PVC pipe. The fishing pond is now a deep, dry, hole. The price is good for the area, but we wouldn't stay again. - User2888
Oct 2015 - $32.00
The park is under new ownership since August and they were born to own an RV park. They were the most gracious of hosts and went out of their way to satisfy all my requirements. All the facilities which I used which included the restrooms, showers and laundry were spotlessly clean. I would recommend this park without any reservations. - BEAR601
Dec 2012 - $37.00
As this is the first review in a long time of this park, let me start by saying the orginal owner has repurchased the park after several years. He takes great pride in this property as it was his grandfathers ranch. The office is in his grandfathers barn, built in 1947, and very nicely redecorated. After check in he met us at the site to help us in and asked if we found everything to our liking. He apologized for the stickers (as others have menitioned) and said he was working on getting rid of them. Our 120 lb goldenpoo/Great Pyrenese did not get any. Everything worked great, no cable but stations from Austin and San Antoino can be recieved. Post Office is in front of park, but we did not hear a thing. We will definitely stay here on our way back north to OKC this sping. - rmartin
Jan 2011 - $37.00
Was going to stay 2 weeks. There was no place for dog to walk without getting sand burrs. Owner was nice when I had to call to get site changed. Asked for pull through when I emailed, and was assigned a back-in. Decided to move closer to San Antonio after one night. Never saw any office personnel. Left money in locked office slot and moved on. - pascobaby