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41 RV Parks near Converse, Texas
We did however find 41 campgrounds within 25 miles of Converse. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Converse in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Been staying full time here for about 3 months. Love that it is a park where you get your own address, neighbors are friendly and keep to them selves. Recently asked for repair work at the site and it was done to our satisfaction within 3 hours of asking! Rates are fair and include amenities. Pool could be bigger or add a second one, but is kept clean and generally not too busy. Will be staying here quite a while. Not sure why people are giving bad reviews unless they aren't asking with a smile :) - FullTimeRVersSA
Dec 2016 - $1.00
We stayed for about 4 months. This park is mainly for full timers and some of the rigs are a little rough in appearance. It is obvious they don't have restrictions. The pads are dirt and are level enough for auto leveler. The winter was great because the lawn didn't have to be mowed often...because they don't. When we first arrived, our site was full of dog poop so we asked that they clean it. The neighbor was allowing their dogs go wherever they desired and did not pick it up. After I complained she actually picked it up and either threw it in the road or hid it under leaves in the road. I think she was talked to but it didn't appear to do any good. I love cats but some of the trailers were cat havens for feral cats with several around each rig. Some cats were in as bad of shape as their trailers were. One lady working there was fairly pleasant, the others not so much. There was some theft of property around the park. The location was close to shopping and I-35. There were deer to watch in an open foresty area. We probably won't return. - Pam-W
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 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
Jun 2018 - $17.00
We arrived in San Antonio from the south east via I-10 and with help over the telephone with the co-pilot. We eventually maneuvered our way onto post via the Walters Street gate. Once on post, there is absolutely no signage for the campground. Much of this is due to major road construction both on and off post. Consequentially, many of the temporary roads are in bad shape, and it is a busy post. We eventually found our way to the campground and we checked into our site. A good map emailed ahead of time with the available entrances and recommended approach would be a great help. We visited the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) and the Ft Sam Museum, both on post, both free and well worth a visit. Although we do not utilize them, we visited the restroom/shower/laundry facilities (2ea), they are in need of a good deep cleaning. Cobwebs abound, evidence of the lack of cleaning. And in the two weeks we were there, the grass was never mowed. The grass was about a foot high when we pulled out. The trains are about one or two an hour, and love to use their horn... otherwise the area is quiet. We enjoyed our stay in San Antonio, we'd return to this campground, however, the management needs to give up on the apparent hands-off, sit in the office, approach and perform daily inspections of the facilities and campsites. - T_E_B
May 2018 - $15.00
Large sites with very level concrete sites. Plenty of grass between each site and clear view for satellite. Dog park area is enclosed but would be nicer if larger to allow pets to play but there is plenty of other areas to walk and exercise. - Vita Vivet
Feb 2018 - $20.00
Nice clean park with extra long and level pull thru concrete sites. Lots of room between sites, patio and picnic table. Good size dog park. Great location to visit San Antonio sites. Nice size commissary and exchange. No wi-fi or cable but lots of stations available just with antenna. - travelswithpuppies
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Basic park with worn gravel site, that are close to others. Restrooms & Showers are spotless and very nice. 2 dog parks and nice pool. - Doc B
Apr 2018 - $42.00
This is a large park with lots of residents. It appears that originally an attempt was made to separate tourists from permanent folks, but that is no longer true. Consequently, you will see plenty of construction trucks and other work vehicles throughout the park, and the usual assortment of clutter which begins to build up when people stay long term. Nevertheless, the park is clean, well maintained, mostly quiet, with amenities such as pools, dog parks, game rooms, pavilions and the like. Sites are close together, gravel and rarely level. The staff throughout the park are friendly and courteous; those running the office seem a bit glum. Well off the interstate so there is little traffic noise. Conveniently located for visiting San Antonio to the southwest or New Braunfels, Gruene, San Marcos, the water parks and Canyon Lake area. - rfmscat
Apr 2018 - $49.00
Wintered over here. Decent monthly rate ($460), plus electric (reasonable rate). This park has the best dog parks I've seen. One for big dogs with agility equipment, picnic table and benches for the humans. Separate park for dogs under 25 pounds with appropriately sized agility equipment. Adult pool/hot tub area is always clean. Family pool is closed for winter. There are 2 parts to this park. The "nicer" side has shaded concrete patio areas, etc. Very nice. There are many permanent residents in this park, and they are separated from the seasonal/short-term RVers. Activities during the winter. Close to everything you'd want to see/do in/around San Antonio. Now to the "other" side. It's "adequate". Sardine-style RV sites. Fortunately, I had good neighbors. Many are military as this park is very close to Randolph AFB. The fighters jets fly overhead every day M-F. You get used to their sound, and actually miss it on the weekend. There were some short-term, not so great neighbors. 90% of the time, all was well. That 10% with some "shady" neighbors involved theft of equipment from several of the RVs, including opening bay doors and stealing propane tanks from 5th wheels. We all learned to lock our stuff. - CMNs Life on the Road
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
Nov 2018 - $47.00
The name has been changed to Alamo City RV Park. Very nice park with very helpful staff. Bus line to downtown just outside the park and for $2.75 you can ride around town all day. The park is expanding so in the future there will be many more spaces. - Papa Frank
Nov 2018 - $40.00
New owners/management...lots of upgrades and repairs underway. Easy access from highway, very friendly staff, great amenities. Once all upgrades complete, this will be a "10". Has bus route to attractions but we took uber to nearby restaurant and had awesome dinner out. Even the construction crew in the morning were friendly! We stayed just one night en route to Arizona but would have loved to stay longer. - burt64
Aug 2018 - $37.00
This is a very nice campground. There are some shady sites and some sunny sites. We had a long pull-through site with two trees. The sites are gravel with cement patios and a very nice picnic table. The office building also has a beautiful sitting area where you can relax, read a book, watch tv, or chat with a friend. The people in the office are friendly and helpful. The laundry is clean and has five washers ($1.50) and six dryers ($1.50). If ever in this area again, we will definitely stay here. - mrpeepers
Feb 2019 - $56.00
This is the biggest and nicest KOA I have ever seen. Big camp store, friendly staff, clean private showers, breakfast available Wed-Sat, pizza and wings available from office, big laundry room, big kids playground, pool, cable, wi-fi, lots of grass for dog walking. Warning - if you come during Feb., all reservations are non-refundable because it's rodeo month! - Capt.Deb
Feb 2019 - $48.00
Big park about a $8.00 Lyft ride away from downtown, the city bus also picks up right across the street from the park. Escorted us to our large graveled pull through site. Good strong power & way fast WiFi! The newer restroom/showers are very nice. We would stay here again. - Tredguy
Nov 2018 - $45.00
A stop on our way toAZ for the winter staff very nice and accommodating. Got our laundry caught up $1.50 wash and dry. Clean. Sites are pull through with concrete pad and Asphalt. Electric strong. New owners and they are working on the park making improvements And upgrading. - pam.4him
Nov 2018 - $28.00
Checking in, the office worker told us to just come back tomorrow and take care of the check in and payment. Roads are badly potholed throughout the park. Lots of long term residents with junk in their sites. Several trailers looked like FEMA units. No continuity at the park. Old mattresses and couches left by the dumpsters. Dogs and cats running loose through the park. Sewer connection wouldn't secure, it had broken and the pipe and threads were not aligned. Sewer was at the back of the unit, had to stretch our hoses to reach. Anthills everywhere. Did not feel overly safe. Kept everything locked and closed. Look elsewhere. - Rae & Mark
Jun 2014 - $40.00
While the people in the office were nice, the park itself was the nastiest I've seen. 98% was run-down full-timer sites. Our site was an un-level mud pit, water was broken-although was repaired while we were there, had to use Lowe's WIFI since park's did not work.Very run down. Full-timer next door used his hammer to build something on his front patio until midnight. Unhook TOAD at parking lot. Whole park is next to busy freeway. - OurRVLife
Jul 2013 - $20.00
Lots of seasonal RVers, oil field workers, permanent residents. But park is not trashy and most sites are kept up. Gravel roads & all pull-through sites. Good WiFi from park or Lowe's. Unlike 1 poster, I used the WiFi on both my iPhone & iPad with no problem & signal was consistently good. Most sites in full sun. Park is close to Walmart, HEB, Walgreens, several fast-food places. And right on I-35, but I'm not bothered by highway noises. I used PPA and also wouldn't pay full price, but for $20 all I wanted after a day of sight-seeing was good WiFi & electricity to run the AC. - happybooker1
Jan 2019 - $53.00
We spent five nights here while visiting the Riverwalk, Missions and the Alamo. The site was nice and long for our motorhome and towed vehicle, and the grass and trees were pretty.......but the surrounding area outside the fence was very SHADY! We heard constant sirens during the night, and we were warned to "be sure to keep things locked up, especially bikes", as some of the neighbors had theirs stolen. The managers/owners and office help were not friendly or helpful, and didn't seem to want to return a smile. LOL! The bathrooms and showers were cleaned once a day, but had a lot of traffic.....and it showed. The exhaust fans didn't seem to work well, so you took a "sauna" instead of a shower. LOL! Overall, the grounds were very well kept and it was a convenient place in which to stay to see the Riverwalk and surrounding area since the bus stops were right at the entrance. - SewBzzzy
Jan 2019 - $52.00
Stayed here in a 40' MH with toad. Neighborhood around park was a bit concerning, but the park is very nice and clean. Interior roads are asphalt. Sites are gravel. The sites are close together and some have utility poles on them that can require some maneuvering to work with slideouts. There are concrete patios on the sites. The site was plenty long enough for our MH and toad. There seems to be a large staff that maintains the campground and they do a good job. As others mentioned, they groom the gravel sites after a camper leaves. There is a nice dog park, on site store, laundry mat, assembly building, etc. It is convenient to downtown San Antonio sites; especially The River Walk. There are grocery stores, Walmart, drug stores, fast food, etc., within a couple of miles of the campground. Some of the corners were tight to maneuver around. One item I definitely didn't care for is they have placed large blocks of limestone along the edges of several of the turns to prevent people from getting off the road without damaging your RV. This seems to be a bad decision if you respect your customer's property more than you care about your grass. Why not just make the corners wider or install gravel along the edges in case someone gets off the road rather than using something that would seriously damage an RV if a driver isn't watching carefully? We have been to San Antonio several times and stayed at some higher end parks than this, but the convenience of this one to The River Walk makes it one I would return to. - Phaeton_Owner
Dec 2018 - $59.00
Not in the best neighborhood of San Antonio, but always felt safe, especially in the park and along the miles of river walk adjoining the park. They raked the gravel sites between campers like Disney.
Clearly they took a lot of pride in the appearance of the park.
Good Verizon coverage, very bad AT&T coverage, Campground Wi-Fi was so-so (average).
Very close to downtown San Antonio and the Alamodome.
Our site had a broken sewer connection, but I made it work.
Very little room for the toad. - Klappa
Dec 2018 - $30.00
Long gravel pull through, concrete patio (although it did not align with the front door on a diesel pusher pulled ahead to leave the toad connected), good power, good double spigot water, good sewer. WIFI was fairly good. Approximately 50 cable tv channels were fuzzy but about the same number of OTA channels were clear. Picnic table. Private shower rooms were warm, clean with a generous supply of hot water. Didn't us the pool, hot tub or exercise equipment due to limited stay. Fenced dog park was not the best due to irresponsible pet owners. Hard to differentiate our dogs droppings from all the others that were not picked up. An incredible number of speed bumps while making the loop from the office to the site. Fortunately few of the cabins were occupied at the time so could drive in the parking strip and avoid many. With the heavy rain and trees, the slide covers were covered with wet leaves. The Park had done some new paving of the roads which was nice. Rate was with the Passport America discount. - Markk
Jun 2018 - $54.00
I'll start off by saying, "we won't ever stay here again" the sites are tight, gravel & not level. The entire resort seems over populated: approximately 263 RV sites and 110 cottages. It was chaos and no one followed the speed limit even the camp works / employees speeding around on their golf carts. 1 of the dog areas is actually a retention pond area and also has construction materials around it and the other is a extremely small fenced area covered in poop as well located near trash dumpsters. It's hard to handle the smell. We had high hopes when we booked this resort because of their ammenties but 1 outdoor pool can not sustain the amount of people and didn't appear clean. Although, they had an indoor pool we didn't use it. The customer service was very pleasant upon checkin other than that I find it difficult to find anything positive about this resort. - These Itchy Feet - gottakeepmoving
May 2018 - $55.00
This is an older park. Family friendly . Some sites are very narrow. We had a newer site which was wide but on soft gravel so our rig sunk almost to the axel.. However there is empty field across the street with deer & lots of fire flies.. Nice Pool, has laundry room but didn't use.. They are updating the bathroom & Shower area in the lower part of the park which they really needed to do. - Yepwearedoingit