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Plan to stay here as long as you can. We made this an overnight stop. Big mistake. One cannot even explore this park in a day, let alone see San Antonio. Amenities, to list a few are: pool, mini golf, pickle ball, rec hall, community fire pit and more. Visit the River Walk and Alamo! You need at…
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When you first roll up I felt a bit skeptical. Surrounding area appeared to be rough bars on windows Homeless foot traffic seemed high. Once you get inside the park it changed. Very well kept up park no trash anywhere and friendly people. Our spot fit my 33 ft bumper pull and mega cab just right.…
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We stayed here 2/13/21 to 2/18/21 during the Texas Extreme Cold and Snow event!
We had originally planned to go to Junction after our time in Lockhart State Park, but wanted to get further South away from the snow and cold. We easily switched our reservation to here although it was supposed to be…
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We stayed here a few days and enjoyed the cleanliness, gentle vibe the place offered.
There are great perks to staying here if just wanting to chill in the RV. But, it’s also close to the nearby attractions such as, the Alamo, The Mission state park and the River Walk. We enjoyed the amenities…
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Friendly staff, clean and well maintain, very close to downtown area.
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We stopped for the night on the way into North Padre Island. It was a perfect stop after a long day of driving. The sites are large and well spaced. With 50 amp power and water at each site as well as a dump station at the entrance, it has all we need. And it was fun listening to an owl just after…
Camped with all 5 of our little ones, great campground, staff was friendly and helpful and the store right by the park gates sells hard wood firewood for a decent price
Great place. Must visit. Small area but easy to navigate, wont regret it.
We stayed here at the camp ground for a week. It’s a decent campground with a pool, hot tub, dog walk, minigolf and a playground for kids. Facilities are clean and grounds are well kept. Very close to the riverwalk and downtown. There’s even a bike trail into downtown. But this park is in a bad…
We camped here for 5 nights. The park is small and there are quite a few full timers here, but it is well kept and quiet. We had a site very close to the river (2nd row) which offered a great view. There is access to the river for boating or swimming. There are beautiful huge trees in the park…
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I feel I got kind of lucky to find this beautiful weather spaces spot full hookup may come by once a week to empty your tanks
Camped in non electric site, right by 75 acre reservoir. Good birdwatching, walking trails. Only ones camping here. Electric sites full up. Flush toilets, no showers, covered tables. $22 for 2 which include admission fees.
Awesome place to see the sights in and around San Antonio. Short drive to the Missions and the River walk. Can’t believe there is a campground so convenient to everything. Looking forward to returning.
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located right next to the San Antonio river, you are just a few miles from the famed San Antonio Riverwalk and many of the historic Missions in the area. The easy access to the river affords you miles and miles of bike and walking paths. The sites are spacious, and well maintained. The pool is…
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Overall, Choke Canyon SP is a nice park. Large footprint in southeast Texas between San Antonio and Corpus Christi. Good trails overall, however, could use better markings at trail intersections. Choke Canyon Reservoir is large and the area we were at had very little motorized boat traffic,…