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74 RV Parks near North Alamo, Texas
We did however find 74 campgrounds within 25 miles of North Alamo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near North Alamo in the left hand column.
Jan 2017 - $3.00
We stayed here for two nights while visiting friends in Alamo. The office is well staffed, friendly and efficient. We were given a map of open sites and allowed to drive around an choose the one we liked. The other residents are very friendly. Lots of activities every day. Majority of the park are either full time or seasonal residents. - Dennis2
Jan 2013 - $30.00
During setup I attempted to plug into the 50 amp plug. The plug was very loose, and I assumed it was worn, but there was no power in the 50 amp plug, so I installed my 30 amp to a 50 amp converter. I went to the office, and was told they had upgraded the entire electrical system and were having problem with the 50 amp plugs, and they didn’t know when they could get an electrician out to fix it. The manager shouted from her office to use the 30 amp plug. I took the power stand apart and fixed the plug myself. The park is well kept and clean, but well over half of the sites are either mobile homes or park models with a bunch of old grouchy people. The park map they give you shows there are about 260 RV sites, but a large number of these have park models in them. We were lucky and our site is surrounded by long term Rvers from Ontario who are good, friendly people. The website says it is pet friendly which is a flat lie. Look at the park map and look at the very small pet areas. Since we have been here, the park has passed a rule that pets are not allowed to do their business on grass areas even though we pick up. They expect you to drag your pet to one of the pet areas, and if they can’t make it and pee on the concrete they tell you to carry a bottle of bleach and water to spray on the spot. If your dog can’t make it to the pet area and does it's business on the grass, it is likely an old grouch will come out and start chewing on you about “Don’t you know the rules about pets?” To say the least, we will not stay at this place again. - hsvjim
Oct 2011 - $10.00
We stayed a month because of a coupon special. The park is great ,clean, nice restrooms, showers, pool, and hot tub. The down side is we had a site with little groundcover and a lot of sand burrs. The sand burrs were very irritating; had to spend a lot of time every day pulling them from the dog's hair. We were invaded the third day by little red ants that bite. We spent the rest of our month there trying to get rid of them . When I complained about the sand burrs and the ants I was told I could HIRE someone to come spray for them, thats what most people do. I don't feel I should pay for a camping spot and do their landscaping and pest control for them. If you like potlucks, shuffleboard and riding around in your golf cart you will love it here. I was told several times by employees that this was the nicest campground in the area. We stopped and checked with some others in the area and found as good or better. The gate is triggered by a vehicle to leave the park. If you want to go for a walk outside the park you can't get out. I don't understand the problem with walk out gate with a code pad. We will not stay again. It was a cheap stay with the coupon; you get what you pay for. - joecool
Feb 2010 - $18.00
If you like group activities this is your place. No lack of dance lessons, card games, crafts, etc., etc. If you want something else like outdoor activities, you are out of luck. There is a wildlife refuge about 15 miles away, but the weather was so bad during the time we were here, it wasn't feasible for us to go. Nothing else to do except miles and miles of 6-lane highways to malls, flea markets and restaurants. The internet is centralized in the clubhouse, so you have to lug your computer to it to get a connection. They are really interested in folks who want to spend the entire winter here. Pool is way too small for this park. Our dog got an intestinal virus twice due to having to use the grassy areas with about 100 other dogs for "doing her business". The dogs must be kept only in this area, no walking them anywhere else. We received a book of rules when we checked in: about 25 pages. Won't be back here again. - kitten22
Dec 2009 - $33.00
We have been staying in this park during winters for the past 16 years and find it to be very clean, friendly and full of activities. Restrooms & showers are spotless. There is a free par 3 golf course shared with sister park, Winter Ranch, pool, hot tubs, shuffleboard court, horseshoe court,crafts building, pool hall building, oil/watercolor & porcelain painting classes, card games of all kinds just waiting for you. A minister resident on call 24/7, church services, first responder services, quilting, dancing, and of course, bingo. All this is why we return to our Trophy Family each year. - Coramf
Nov 2017 - $40.00
We are Winter Texans staying from November thru April. Lots of activities in and out of the park. The park has a bus that will take us to outside activities. Activities director couple plans many things to do on a daily basis. All types of hobby and craft group rooms for residents use. They have a fully equipped wood working shop, and a room for wood carvers. Industrial size kitchen provides lunch on certain days. For golfers they have a 9 hole golf course free for residents. We will be back next winter. - Milton1 -_
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Very clean and beautiful park, friendly employees, go out of their to make sure you have pleasurable time. You can be active all the time or just sit and relax. Fresh produce wagon came every Thursday, will fill propane tanks on site. Special area for pet owners. Close to lots of flea markets and shopping malls. Short drive to South Padre Island (45 min). All sites paved and roads are blacktop. We paid for a month and got the 5th week free. - Lou A
Jan 2010 - $34.00
We spent a month at the park at the invitation of friends. The list of things to do is overwhelming. Between Pot-Luck dinners and evening entertainment to bus tours or various crafts, you can be kept hopping all the time you're here, if you want to. The park has it's own bus that takes people to outings. The park allows dogs and segregates them and their owners in various sections of the park. You must be aware of the areas that you're limited to and if you stray out of them, a very unfriendly person will be there to give you a bad opinion of the park. There is free wireless internet but it is limited to the rec hall and the office building. You have to make arrangements for your own service if you want it at your site. Cable TV is non existent and there are more Spanish channels to be had than English so bring your satellite dish. The staff and most of the people in the park are very friendly and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. Everything is well organized and it's obvious that they go out of their way to encourage you to return. - excella31
Mar 2018 - $14.00
Alamo Rec Vehicle Park is a place to spend the winter. South Texas is generally warm and sunny. The park has a lot of activities and there is a lot to do outside the park, as well. There are card games every night, a very nice pool and hot tub, shuffleboard, dinners, dancing, excellent music, and etc. Even 3 RC racing tracks a large pond for RC boats and fishing. Did I mention quilting and bingo? We spent 4 months and will be back. - KD7UCH
Dec 2010 - $12.00
Rate shown is for 4 months ($1370) average. We are just leaving after staying for the winter. The park has lots of room for big rigs and a grass or dirt area at each site. The park had lots of activities and the winter residents were the friendliest we have found so far in any of the parks. There were block parties and card games all the time. The only drawback was the price of power. 17cents/kwh. It made our power $65-$92 a month plus rent even being very conservative. The lake had some nice bass and crappie in it but it is catch and release. The water is too nasty to keep them anyway. It didn't smell bad, just really dirty. This was a great place to winter and we may stay again sometime. South Padre Island is worth the trip to visit too. - Fulltime 5er
Feb 2009 - $20.00
The park has nice lake, pool, activities and many nice RV sites. There are also many sites that are just parking with hook ups on a parking lot a few hundred feet from the freeway. The freeway and nearby hospitals mean sirens a plenty. - blm1400
Oct 2014 - $25.00
Rates were Passport America rates. Large 55+ park, the pool and clubhouse areas were well maintained. Individual sites were not well maintained; grass/weeds were full of sharp burrs (especially bad for dogs or walking barefoot), sewer connections were overgrown(even the worker showing us to our first site could not find it!), our eventual site had a broken PVC sewer connector, and the ants were Texas huge and EVERYWHERE! The interior roads and layout are not friendly to 40 footers, (tight lanes and turns with one-way streets). There was only 1 garbage location within this multi-acre park and it was at the front edge instead of being centrally located. The water had heavy mineral content which left white spots on the rig and car. I would not do this one again. - rvrrat520
Sep 2011 - $33.00
Friendly people good amenities and many things to do tennis courts, heated swimming pool, twenty shuffleboard courts, and Exercise & Table Tennis Room. Enjoyed it and will be back. - susie2Q
Feb 2010 - $15.00
Alamo Palms is an older, well-maintained, over 55 RV and mobile home park known for its many activities. The park is secured by a fence and has gate attendants. The roads and pads are blacktopped, and each site has a concrete patio. There were thirty-eight foot plus motor homes in the park even though the RV sites are small. At times barking dogs, etc. were a problem. Management seemed reluctant to enforce the Pet Policy. The daily rate which includes cable TV and wireless, reflects a thirty day or longer stay. - Alamo
Nov 2012 - $7.00
This is a small park located in Alamo, TX. I spent the winter here from Nov. until mid March. This is a destination park for those of us who have no desire for pools or organized activities. This park has onsite owners and there is a small meeting room with a pool table. It's where they hold dinners for various occasions such as birthdays etc. The restroom is cleaned daily and there is a clean laundry room with 2 washers and dryers. This is a great park for seeing the sights around the Rio Grande Valley. The Wi-Fi is excellent and some sites do have cable. If you're looking for an inexpensive ($195 per month with electric @ .12kw) place to spend the winter this is a good choice. - Mtn.Mike
Dec 2017 - $30.00
Spent my 13th winter in RGV from Dec. 2017 thru March 2018, my first in this park. Excellently maintained park with pool & hot tub. Weekly entertainment in hall, bingo, card games, shuffleboard, etc. Breakfast served every Saturday morning for a nominal fee. Very friendly people. - eddieelk
Sep 2012 - $20.00
No frills park. Very affordable for short or long term stays. Near expressway and shopping. - xroadz
Apr 2016 - $45.00
We tried to get into another park because we knew several people already there, stopped at this park and never gave the other one another thought. This park has 2 very clean and well kept beautiful pools. Two shower areas and are clean and well kept. there are so many activities you can't participate in all them. The staff and people are all so friendly that any one can fit right in. I read the review of the convention center being so close and loud noise. That problem has been solved by the city of Pharr. - David Ochs
Jan 2016 - $45.00
Here for 3 months. Approximately 70 activities including a fantastic woodshop, 2 swimming pools. Many tours available on the resort's free bus. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. Free Wi-Fi works well. Large camp spots. Many dances, shows flea markets, etc.
There was noise from the events center only a few nights. - Bobby T
Nov 2015 - $39.00
This park has a very good variety of activities and all of the people are super nice and willing to show you around and/or teach you how to do anything. I have traveled throughout the US and this is the CLEANEST place I have been in. The housekeeping crew is A+. Management is always looking for ways to make your stay better.
The park has flowers and trees everywhere you look. The 2 pools and 2 spas are always clean and ready for you to enjoy the warm water.
Lot spacing was spacious with some shade. Site surface was asphalt. - hoptoitwithus
Feb 2016 - $15.00
My site had a concrete slab with a patio area. Sites were comfortably wide and angled to facilitate backing in. One hot tub was nice and warm; the other was genuinely hot. Restrooms and showers were clean. A long list of activities kept people busy; participation was good and people were quite friendly. The fitness room was adequate but nothing special. The laundry room was clean with plenty of machines all of which worked well. The location was convenient to the interstate, but far enough away to make for quiet nights.
My electric pedestal was a single 50 amp plug with no circuit breaker. It was so low to the ground that I could not use my surge protector. There were no picnic tables. The water had a mildly sour flavor making it unpleasant to drink. My water filter failed to remove the taste. Price reflects monthly rate plus one bonus week. - Morpauwe
Feb 2012 - $37.00
Sites with 50 amp are large but consist of dirt/mud, weeds. Cement pad is really only wide enough for RV with slides. Very little maintenance is done to the sites by park staff, It is your responsibility. Office manager stated if we didn't like the site we could plant grass, lay sod or put down rugs or mats to cover the dirt. They weren't doing anything to the sites. We found out that people that returned to this park each year did their own yard maintenance, including cement pad enlargement, walkways, grass, etc. That is fine for long term residents but it doesn't work for the short (less than 4 month) stay. Lots of people that were staying for 5-6 months planted grass seed or sod, but then management complained about the increased water usage. You couldn't win with this group. Also had a problem with pest control (mainly ants, but also heard about termites too) It was also your responsibility to cover costs for exterminator services. Cable was only 5 channels which were mostly Spanish. WI-FI seemed to only be available at the clubhouse in the library. All activities are run by volunteers. Don't know how Trailer Life Directory got their info on this park but I feel their rating is too high compared to other parks in Alamo and area. It's not a RESORT, at least not compared to other one's we have stayed at. Would not stay here again until we heard they improved conditions of the sites. - JudyLane
Jan 2012 - $35.00
I don't normally review all parks, but after reading the negative review I felt I had to. We moved from Weslaco to this park, as we liked it better. Being winter Texans, we have seen a few different parks. Within a week we were so welcomed by the yearly and casuals, that we decided to make this our long-term winter resort. Contrary to previous review.. you only have to do your own yard work if your want to have ornaments in the lawn, so they don't get damaged. When the previous reviewer was there, they were in the middle of a 5 yr drought, therefore the grass was in poor repair, and the city of Alamo established water rationing, not the park. - Grizzca