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djcjc
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Suggestions on good RV park near San Antonio. Late June trip with 42 ft fifth wheel just me and the wife.
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agesilaus
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Mayor30 wrote:
Canyon Lake. $19 a night for water and electric with the Federal Senior pass. Otherwise $38. Some sites are right on the water. Others in the shade. Very nice COE Park.


Yeah we spent a week there last year. Good deal, not too far from the City.
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Mayor30
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Explorer
Canyon Lake. $19 a night for water and electric with the Federal Senior pass. Otherwise $38. Some sites are right on the water. Others in the shade. Very nice COE Park.

TexasShadow
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Explorer II
The Spring Branch RV park is about an hour from downtown San Antonio, on 281 north, up past a junction called Spring Branch (store and gas station) about a mile or two. It's nice and clean and well managed.
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Scottiemom
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JoeH wrote:
We stayed at the KOA San Antonio. Site was large enough for our 43' MH and full sized pickup toad. There is an adjacent bike trail to ride on and city bus service at the gate if desired.


We stayed here years ago and took the bus to town. Easy peasy.

Dale
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JoeH
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We stayed at the KOA San Antonio. Site was large enough for our 43' MH and full sized pickup toad. There is an adjacent bike trail to ride on and city bus service at the gate if desired.
Joe
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Diamond_c
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Nomad
If you don’t mind a 1 1/2 hr drive Austin East koa is very nice. We stayed there 2 years ago and plan on going back for Christmas 2023.

LadyRVer
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Explorer
I stayed at Skyline Ranch in Bandera. Nice trip into San Antonio. Sites big enough to accomodate your rig. The town of Bandera is unique.

BB_TX
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Nomad
Been a number of years, but we stayed at Travelers World and would again. The street it is on goes straight into downtown and easy access parking for the Riverwalk. Or there is (or at last was) a bus stop right in front of the RV park if you prefer not to drive downtown.

But if you are arriving on I-37, do not take E Southcross Blvd. There is a rail crossing with a steep up and down over the tracks and likely cause a dragging rear end on that 5er. Take SE Military Drive from I-37 instead. No problem there.

2112
Explorer II
Explorer II
Guadalupe River State Park is about 40 miles north of the River Walk.
Traveler's World RV Resort is about 4 miles south of the River Walk.

That's just 2 of many.
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Tom_Barb
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Explorer
there are several near canyon Lakes, call around.
30 minutes commute ?
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agesilaus
Explorer III
Explorer III
There are a couple of COE camps just north but not right in the city.
Arctic Fox 25Y Travel Trailer
2018 RAM 2500 6.7L 4WD shortbed
Straightline dual cam hitch
400W Solar with Victron controller
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