3 Parks near Castroville, Texas
Jul 2015 - $47.00
Going to an RV park you've never visited before can be like a roll of the dice. Even after searching the park's website and reading online reviews, you still don't really know if the site will live up to expectations. More often than not, sadly, it doesn't.
So we made the six hour drive from Fort Worth to Castroville with the usual high hopes and mixed feelings, recalling well the park in Tulsa that billed itself as a luxury resort when in actuality it was not much more than a trailer park with mostly full-time residents (you know, the ones with grass growing untrimmed around the sewer hose). The quest for a true luxury RV resort was taking on an Arthurian scale.
Unlike the good king of old, we found our Holy Grail. The Alsatian RV Resort is all that is advertised and more. Unquestionably, it is the most beautiful park we have visited and will be very hard to beat. We stayed during the 4th of July weekend and wish we could have stretched it out for a few more days. Other than the scenic serenity of the resort, what impressed us most was the staff, all of whom seem to love what they are doing. How any staff treats its guests - whether at a five-star hotel or an RV park - can make or break a resort and Alsatian RV Resort hit it out of the park. The young lady who checked us in and out, was especially sweet.
If you're looking for an RV getaway that features immaculately groomed grounds, the flattest and most level pad site anywhere, restrooms so clean they give Buccee's a run for their money, a central location close to the wine country and San Antonio and a staff intent on making your stay enjoyable, this is the place.
I know where we'll be spending the 4th of July next year, assuming we can wait that long before going back. - ajmurray
May 2015 - $95.00
Don't waste your money. This RV park is in a total mess. First of all, TV and Wi-Fi was out for 6 weeks. The grounds are terrible fire ants and weeds were taking over. Has concrete roads and pads through out. The Casita at the pad is too small with no privacy. We could not use awning due to poor planning. The Casita expands your living space with a large walk in tile shower. This park uses child labor. Twelve-year-olds cleaning a Casita did bad job. We had to clean grill and Casita ourself. They have changed management several times. Managers come and leave fast due to no authority to make decision due to local town owners call all shots. New management lives in park and works free just to get a premier space. We are headed to another RV park. - Livinglife1
May 2015 - $47.00
Stayed there for three weeks. Campground opened in September 2014. One of the few San Antonio area campgrounds with cement pads with a offset for picnic area. No park benches. Campground provides small round table and chairs. Restaurant open Wednesday evening-Sunday brunch. Fabulous pool and hot tub. There is also a large pavilion for get togethers. Right next to golf course. There is an in-house full service spa by appointment including massages, pedicures, manicures, etc. Good electric power and water pressure. There are also spots for Class A with full outdoor kitchen and bath. - Safrog
Jan 2014 - $25.00
Beautiful city park. Very quiet and peaceful with river and walking trails. No frills, but very nice and park host is excellent. (Enforces rules but is very friendly and helpful). We have been coming here for about 7 years. It is one of our favorite places, but WIFI is poor. - 3dognight
Dec 2012 - $24.00
Very close quarters to fit our large 5th wheel into. Passport listed them but manager advised they quit accepting Passport America. Manager was very helpful and recognized that the campground was run down and in need of repairs. Other than that, it was quiet and uneventful for our 2 day stay. - T&M
Nov 2012 - $24.00
We were placed in the overflow area. Since there were no pull thru sites available this was fine by us since it was much easier to get in and out of with our 36' TH. Management was friendly and being right inside the very large city park meant lots of open space for walking our dog. Would definitely stay here again. - grooveman
Dec 2012 - $11.00
We stayed at this park last year because of the proximity to our son's home at a rate of $275. This year the rate has gone up to $325 (50 amp). Not a single thing has been done to improve this park so no idea why the price hike. The owner has been working on the building for at least 6 years now. No laundry, no showers, no bathrooms, no Wi-Fi. Most of the sites are not level. We had to use several boards under our front tires so they wouldn't be off the ground. The view out our windshield is several piles of dirt. - debken