45 Parks near Schertz, Texas
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 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
Jan 2017 - $27.00
We were assigned a nice level long gravel pull-thru on top of the hill. There was a paved patio, picnic table and grassy strip on both sides. The site was accessed by nice wide paved roads. There was a wifi antenna adjacent to our site resulting in great service. There was about 40 channels of cable tv although the over-the-air channels were clearer. As a dog owner, the light inside the fenced dog park was wonderful. The large private shower rooms were very clean. Garbage disposal was great in the well placed dumsters. The outdoor pool was warm and the hot tub was hot. Rate was with Passport America. Wonderful Bargain! - Markk
Nov 2016 - $49.00
This campground is very large and has many resident campers and many trailers for those who vacation/weekend here. The roads were tight and difficult entries for larger motorhomes. Sites were quite small. It is easy to get to and from I-10 if you travel around San Antonio. In our 45' motorhome we would not be inclined to stay here again. That being said, once we were in our site the utilities worked, but wifi was slow and weak. - 4 Aussies
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Under new ownership but nothing has been done to update this park. Advertised as a Resort with lots of ground toys and several pools; it is a poor mans resort, but way over priced at normal rate of $59 per night. This rate of $35 was rally rate. I would estimate over 70% are full timers in trailers with many sites over crowded with "Stuff". The rec rooms are clean and some degree of updating has been done but they charge for use of them; rates escalate/ triple when there is a event in New Braunfels like Wurstfest. I saw no security anywhere at night and the park has several entrances and lots of car traffic due to so many full timers living there with multiple cars. Best thing about this park is location if you want to visit the quaint town. Newly updated Cable boxes and we received many channels from San Antonio via roof top antenna. We also had Directv. Gravel sites. Strong wifi.
This park is not a resort, but an over crowded parking lot with some trees and asphalt roads that need leveling and updating. Park clean but dated. Staff very nice. - Oooooooo
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
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
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This park is located on the Comal River. There are sites on the river and up on the hill. Wifi was great on the hill, didn't try it by the river. Cable tv was great. Road conditions are terrible. All the employees were amazing, except for the asst manager (older white man). We asked for a picnic table, one was delivered asap. One night late, we started laundry and next day, went to dry it and the laundry was accidentally locked, so we couldn't get in. The maintenance man dried our laundry and folded and put it at our site while we were off at the river. One lady in the office is super nice as well as the other lady in the office. They had just redone the restrooms and showers and they were excellent.
There is an awesome pavilion on the hill over looking the river. We really enjoyed sitting there and relaxing. They do have some permanent residents. We meet some of them and they were really nice. I would say that weather and the older man were our only issues. If you want to do the Comal trip, be sure to get back on the river by 4-4:30, a few minutes late and you are floating again. The weather was terrible the entire week we were here, and I would have appreciated if that grumpy old man would have just been 15 minutes more flexible. Other than that, we will stay again, will avoid his non customer service self and enjoy another trip. If you rent the pavilion, they have a great smoker that you can use. The washer and dryers are very convenient as well. Get a pull thru site if you have a long trailer, we had to move the last night and had issues backing into spot with our 30 ft trailer. - Cypressaggie
Feb 2013 - $20.00
40 ft RV and toad. Had to disconnect so the toad did not stick out in the road. No Wi-Fi detected. Great restaurants in the area. Did not use public bathrooms. Just a basic place to stay overnight and not fancy or any amenities. People come to float the river in inner tubes. Yes trains are fifteen to sixty yards away. Run the a/c fan to screen the noise or stay down by the river. - Navychop
Oct 2009 - $20.00
Horrible, horrible, horrible is the only word to describe this campground (if anyone would even call this a campground!)!! First of all it is in a horrible location in New Braunfels, TX. You have to drive all over the city to get down into the area where they are located (WARNING: there is a bridge that only has an 11FT clearance on the way to the park)! It took us over 2 hours to FIND the place then another 3 hours trying to find someone to help us set up a reservation! Finally once someone did come to "help" (a Workamper that had NO CLUE what she was talking about) she couldn't answer most of our questions! She flip flopped her stories about how much the rate was per night then couldn't answer us on how much a monthly rate was. They don't offer a weekly rate. After she stared at her computer screen, which seemed for hours, she finally told us we owe $60 for TWO nights during OFF season! I then explained that we only wanted TWO nights (like I originally stated) but for some reason she just couldn't figure out on her calendar of how to change the dates! Then her rate she quoted us first was $15/night then jumped up to $20/night! A Wal-Mart parking lot is MUCH more pleasant than this place. There are SEVERAL LOUD TRAINS that go blaring past the park - VERY VERY LOUD and constant...all day...all night! I could post more but I think you get the drift of what this place is. Keep in mind this place does flood! On a positive note it is located on Comal River. Crystal clear water and excellent for tubing and fishing. There are many beautiful campgrounds in this area of Texas - this just so happens to NOT be one of them. The people there (that live there and work there) are very rude and not helpful! Move on down the road and give your money to a campground that wants to welcome you with open arms! I normally would never post anything negative or rude but I believe that people need to be aware of the truth! - Legacy
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Great inexpensive park to stay at. No frills, but for the price it was just what we wanted! Very close to downtown with bus stop out front. - AllisonGNolter
Feb 2016 - $35.00
We had left voice mail requesting a site for 5 nights. Someone called us back and said they had a cancellation and to come on down. When we got there, our name was not on the list of reservations. We had to back into a site where sewer hook-up was not feasible. We moved to another site but had to drive in frontways. The sites from an earlier era have been divided into two sites. Which means that one of the sites shares the sewer with the one next to it. Problem is that when you back into the secondary site, the hookup is on the wrong side. Then, while the bathroom and shower are clean, they are woefully in disrepair. Many people would refuse to use them. The campground trash was over flowing when we arrived and 4 days later had still not been emptied. The camp host is very nice and helpful. Would not stay here again. - sailor323
Dec 2015 - $20.00
This park is a good park to stay for a few days while visiting San Antonio. The sites are long and level. It is a smaller park with some long term residents. The WiFi was included and worked fairly well. We would stay here again. - BigR
Feb 2017 - $40.00
Normally I do not review parks; however, because of some recent reviews of this park I felt compelled to respond. We had a wonderful time here. The park is easy in, easy out with a number of spacious pull throughs. For an urban park it is quite nice and quiet at night. Also the pool was crystal clear and refreshing. There is a bus stop at the park and you can go anywhere in San Antonio for $2.75 a day. Half price if you have a senior pass. Parking is difficult and expensive in Town. The bus drops you off at the River Walk. The laundry is excellent and the internet is the best we have encountered on our trip. It would be a shame to pass up this RV park based on a few poor reviews. I would certainly stay here again. - Inigomontoya
Jan 2017 - $35.00
This park is a dump located in the middle of a ghetto neighborhood and an industrial park. Not a safe place at all. Horrible layout not big rig friendly. Telephone poles at each end of our site making it impossible to pull out with out pulling forward and backing up several times. Staff is clueless. Roads are narrow potholed and all are dead ends. No park cable, fire pits or picnic tables. Bathrooms are disgusting. Lots of full timers and tents. Better lock up everything you have if you stay here. Worst park we have seen!! Thnkfully it was just an overnight stay. - SAR1988
Jan 2017 - $35.00
Located in an industrial area in San Antonio. Access from I-10 was difficult. Park was dusty And not real attractive. When we arrived we were told there were no pull throughs even though there looked like there were 20 available (most were still empty in the morning). After a little whining I did get a pull through which was big enough for the motorhome and car. Power was at the very back of the site and my 30 foot cord almost didn't reach. Sewer and water were to the usual place. No cable TV, but we got 50+ channels with the antenna. We didn't use any of the facilities. If I went back to San Antonio, I would stay somewhere else. - thyde
Feb 2017 - $28.00
The park is under the Interstate, so although there is highway noise, it was white noise for us and didn't affect our stay here. The park is clean and staff were friendly and helpful. You are about 10 minutes away from historic Greune. - dbfay
Jan 2017 - $25.00
This really is an excellent campground, small, & slightly tight, but not bad. Sites are concrete pads & level. Nice river view. The only reason I gave it 5 stars, is that it's right under I-35 and VERY noisy with the traffic. I had to sleep with ear plugs in. Might stay here again, but will look for something quieter. - olcoon
Aug 2016 - $55.00
Stayed here many times. Stayed in the premium spaces next to water. Great location, premium spot is exceptional. New owner and new management. This is a good thing. - SBJ
Feb 2017 - $44.00
Hands down its the best park around S.A. Lots of places to walk our dog. Friendly staff. Great Super Bowl party. Easy access to several major interstates/highways. Gated, I can go on & on. - cindy d
Sep 2016 - $48.00
Not sure why this park receives so many high ratings. It is adequate at best. Many spots are close together, and there is a sewage smell in many areas that we walked by. It is a shady park with lots of pretty trees, and my family enjoyed the hiking trail. The pool is small but okay. Lots of weeds and ants. There is a huge resident population with too many trucks parked sticking out into the streets. We had to ask people to move vehicles to get into our spot. Our neighbors had a horrible time getting out because a truck was blocking exit and owner was gone for the day. This park is in a questionable part of town, though we felt pretty safe anyway. It just felt like we were at a trailer park, with lots of sites full of junk. Rules are not enforced at all. I wouldn't come here in a big rig. It is close to town and the AT&T Center, so if you're coming for a quick visit it is okay. Don't expect a typical KOA experience because this campground is just mediocre. - davis0924
Sep 2016 - $48.00
In-city location, yet quiet and a set in mature trees. Great curb appeal, but the interior roads and sites could use help (some rough roads, sites were overgrown with weeds). We stayed in a standard pull through site, and had adequate space and a great patio. Wi-Fi was slow, but we were also here on a crowded holiday weekend. Staff was friendly enough, but not the best service we've received. We'd stay here again! - SnlcoRV