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34 RV Parks near Von Ormy, Texas
Jan 2019 - $45.00
The price reflects a weekly rate. It is a family owned park and the daughter checked us in. She is so sweet and helpful and truly cares about the customer. The only reason I gave this park a low star value is due to a few noise issues. There is a train crossing very close to the RV park so you will hear train horns often! On top of that I believe the train system must be one where they attach and detach because we would here one beep horn, two beep, long beep, etc. We could here the train horn even with our a.c. unit running. This would happen day and night. The second noise issue is the dog rescue shelter next door. Everyday you will here a point where many dogs will bark constantly. Other than noise, the RV park itself was friendly. The park is a little run down with yard maintenance but that did not bother me. The hospitality of the staff made up for any cosmetic issues. The FHU were great. - RV Path chosen
Jul 2018 - $30.00
It was awesome shaded, peaceful, all around park was beautifully kept excellent place to get away from every day life. We would recommend to everyone - Rosalinda58
Mar 2018 - $44.00
Nice little park slightly off the beaten path. While it's a little out of San Antonio, it's peaceful and not much city noise that is to be expected from a city the size of San Antonio. There were a couple of horses next to the park...but didn't see any wildlife. Though we weren't there to see those. All the sites we wanted to see were within 30-45 minutes drive of the park...and that's including rush hour traffic. Didn't use the WiFi, but AT&T cell coverage was good. - zhilton
Jan 2019 - $34.00
Selected Hidden Valley because we wanted to tour San Antonio and it was close. Spent no time at the park except to sleep, but it is clean, the site was good, and the owner is delightful. - GaryMic488
Jan 2019 - $35.00
Nice friendly RV Park. We stayed three days. Lots to do. The person in the office gave us tons of info which was very nice. Very close to town where the people are so very friendly. - JohnAprilKal326
Nov 2018 - $42.00
Very quiet relaxing campground! Near San Antonio so you can visit all the great attractions like the Alamo, River Walk, and more! The Campground has newer tiled restroom/showers which were very nice, and a nice laundry facility! Staff is nice, friendly, and helpful in finding parking downtown and suggesting less well-known places to visit! - Robyn And Tim
Jun 2018 - $45.00
This park is outside Somerset Texas which means there is little to see or do in the immediate area. If you want to tourist in San Antonio, it would be a good place to hang out. They accept the Texas Saver card you can get free by calling 1-800-657-6555. The card gets you a 10 percent discount at participating RV parks. This is also a Good Sam park. All the parking spots are level concrete with full hook ups. Most have 50/30/20 but our spot only had 30A service. Most of the folks at the park are full time and most have pretty clean areas. The grounds in general are nicely manicured. There is a lot of space between RV spots. The only negative is there isn't a lot of shade due to the type of trees that grow in the area. I did check out the combo laundry/shower area and it was nice and clean and actually had a vending machine. The folks who operate the camp are experienced and friendly owners. There isn't much to do once you are there so be prepared to go out and explore. The park is quiet and there is no road noise. AT&T phone reception was poor but you could make calls (1 bar). The wifi was pretty spotty. They have cable but I didn't hook up as we got 77 OTA channels which included all the major networks. - wiredgeorge
Jan 2017 - $40.00
Upon arrival, we were told the new restroom building were almost complete.The one we had to use was the worst ever since we have been traveling the united states in 7 mos..Every day upon entering, they was no soap, towels or toilet paper available. Clearly they were never, within that week , checked. DIRTY, TO ANOTHER LEVEL. Mold growing on the walls all over , flooded 2 days with a dehumidifier . The door was coming apart in layers. CLEARLY it was never attended to or cared about. The neighbor that lives there said they been under construction the past 3 to 4 yrs..How can you be in a Good Sam park with this? The owners were very nice , the grounds were decent too but the restrooms were just unreal. You run a business but never check the restrooms?? I would never go back. - Colleen Rhyde
May 2011 - $375.00
We stayed at the Country Breeze for a month. It was spacious and had partial cement pads. There were spaces with shade, but were occupied with long term campers. All though the park has new managers, the park was in need of a lot of electrical work. While we stayed there, we had many times where the main breaker on the pole got flipped. It was very windy with no protection and the water seemed to shut off or slow to a trickle at night. Which was not very convenient after a hot day when a shower was wanted. A cemetery was close to some of the sights, and it frequently had many visitors all hours of the night. We heard many of the campers complain about the electric and water. The air also smelled of oil and left an oily residue on everything. We would not stay again. - rvcamper4aces
Sep 2018 - $50.00
This park cannot handle 41 foot motor home need to firm up the ground and trim trees - Ken2455
May 2017 - $35.00
As you enter the park, your'e greeted by very friendly hosts. The entry is beautiful, but as you enter deeper, not so much. The park roads are gravel only at the entrance and then just dirt. As you drive around looking for your spot, you see plenty of "residents". Very old RVs, probably 50% of them, permanent. Seems a lot of construction workers occupy some, retirees, the rest. Only the entry of the park is full of trees, the rest of the park unfortunately, few trees. The RV spaces are roomy, but uneven. The pads, which were once gravel, are now covered in dirt, with little gravel remaining. The grassy areas have many weeds with prickly thorns, making for unhappy grandkids. Between the park conditions and the far distance from the city of San Antonio, I doubt I will return. Not the type of place to be a destination to sit back and relax... - fatbob
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We loved our two week stay at this beautiful and peaceful park. The staff was courteous and friendly. The trees, wildflowers and butterflies were spectacular. It was so nice not to be near a highway. - Linda Nations
Mar 2016 - $18.00
We had electric and water hookups that worked fine, as did the dump station when we left. The main reason for my rating was the poor, or lack of, service. The office was closed too often and the staff did not return phone messages. It was like musical chairs in the campground. Every day, this trailer moved from here to there and that one went from there to here. People stayed well past check out and with no staff overseeing operations it was easy for people to come and go without supervision. In addition, the Wifi was a hit or miss affair. It would suddenly drop the signal then not be available to reconnect. There was no cable tv. - Melodycthomas
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Space is available on a first come first serve basis. If there is a spot when you arrive, claim it and then pay at the office. Small campground with about 30 spaces, but clean and well kept. Good electric and good water pressure. - CWinLV
Nov 2012 - $22.00
Stayed here for a month. Park is military but civilians can stay with a military sponsor. Rate is slightly higher. You have to leave the base for one day every 30 days. The rate includes full hookups no charge for electric and the laundry is free. Nice park most sites have shade except for the partial hookup sites.These are pull throughs with a paved surface. The full hookup sites have concrete and pavement. Nice place to stay. - Buddman
Oct 2015 - $15.00
For the most part a self service park. Never saw any management. Office was always locked. Grass is well maintained but utilities, roads, etc are in need of upgrading. Roads are terrible all over the AFB. Water connections leak, cable boxes broken, laying on the ground. Spaces are generous, but be careful of low limbs. Bring your own Mi-Fi. Park's Wi-Fi is all but unusable. Price reflects $440/month. We would stay again. - Deck & Margot
Nov 2013 - $30.00
This RV park should not be open. There is no Wi-Fi or cable. The sites are not level and the roads are full of pot holes. The only thing going for it is the price. $355.00 per month keeps it pretty well full of workers. - possumtrotky
Jan 2013 - $12.00
This RV park is in very bad shape and should not be open. The roads have deep pot holes everywhere. The sites are narrow and utilities are on the wrong side for hooking up. My rate is based on a monthly stay of $355 per month. The lady that works nights is very friendly. There are no rules in this park, but it is quiet, and all dogs are on a leash. - possumtrotky
Nov 2018 - $35.00
I want to rate this place highly because the owners are so nice and accommodating. We don't need any amenities which is why we chose this place, and it was the lowest cost in San Antonio. It is perfect if you will be gone all day sightseeing. But it is not a pleasant environment for hanging at your campsite, so I thought the price was a little high for the conditions. A few dollars more would have gotten us into a resort (with the resort current discounts) and a much nicer setting. Still, I have to give them credit for the way they manage the property they have. The owners gave us local tourist brochures which were helpful and recommended local places to eat. They let us know that the city bus to downtown runs right past the property, the bus stops are close by. One is at Mission Espada which is only ½ mile away. There was plenty of room for walking my dogs but they warn you to watch for snakes. We did see one but it was tiny. There is no wifi but our T-Mobile hot spot worked well and we had a good AT&T cell signal. No cable but plenty of OTA channels. Park at Mission Espada and ride your bikes all the way to downtown (about 8 miles). Or, take city bus #40 right to the Alamo. Very convenient. - janci
Nov 2017 - $35.00
We stayed at Yanawana Camp for three nights. It's located in a quiet area on the south side of San Antonio. It has five camping spots each of which has electricity, water and sewer. The campground was very tidy and clean. There are no central amenities (i.e., bathroom, shower or laundry) but that was fine with us. We have a 26-foot trailer and there was plenty of room to park our tow vehicle. All the sites are back-in, so if you have a huge 45-foot Class A, this campground might not work for you.
All the interior roads and camping spots are gravel and maintained very nicely. There is plenty of grass and trees throughout the facility.
We liked the privacy and rural location but were still within 1 mile of gas stations and McDonalds. Gabby and Clemente were perfect hosts. We'll definitely stay there again. - cschwerd
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
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
Dec 2018 - $18.00
This is mostly a full-timers park and looks like it. It is not maintained to a very high standard. The maintenance men were very nice and helpful however. The roads are a rough gravel but the site are concrete pads and level. Most sites are very close together. We did not encounter very many friendly people. Pet owners generally did not pick up after their dogs. The owners did not act very friendly the few times we had to see them; if fact they appeared to be just the opposite. Not sure why they seemed so terribly grumpy and mad. This is a very loud park surrounded by an extremely busy highway, a train track and a high velocity sand-blasting company. This would be an okay stop for a day or two but I would find another park if at all possible. - Moseyin
Nov 2018 - $32.00
Rate reflects an average for our 14 day stay with the first 6 at the PA rate. We stayed in the larger "Killer Whale" site where the site next to you is also your site. It is the same size and looks like a site except there are no utilities on it. There is some noise from the road, train and sandblasting plant next door but it was not unbearable. This place has more trash cans than any park I have ever been to. Easy to maneuver in our big rig. We went to the group Thanksgiving dinner which was excellent. Almost everyone here is permanent or seasonal. Most sites are level and partial concrete/gravel. - RMD3819
Nov 2018 - $26.00
NARROW NARROW NARROW - the sites are SO narrow that we had to duck under our neighbors slide-out in order to get to our Jeep. Forget your awning! Ridiculous!! Other than that, It was OK and served our purpose. Never again! The ole Grey Poupon joke is not a joke here. It is real. Forget asking for a picnic table - no room on the tiny 'patio' - saintjamescity