CLOSEST RV RESORT TO THE RIVERWALK Highly rated for quality and the closest RV resort to the River Walk and Alamo! Explore the city and return to the resort for a relaxing swim, golf or a ride on the bike trails and enjoy our peaceful surroundings.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Great place to stay The sites are large and well groomed. The roads are paved and there is an abundance of greenery and shade. The pool area is nice and the amenities. would love to stay at this park again
We stayed here for five nites. Gravel spot with concrete pad and table. Clean park. Able to hop on the local bus to go downtown right across the street. Very high water pressure so need a pressure valve. Laundry is super clean and spacious.
This is a nice park in a poor part of town. The surrounding area is dicey but the park itself is very nice. The sites are large and well groomed. The roads are paved and there is an abundance of greenery and shade. The pool area is nice and the amenities (game room, fitness center, cable tv, and internet) were very good. There is a Walmart nearby to allow replenishment of your supplies before setting up your site. Lyft is only 9 bucks to the Riverwalk and we made several trips during our stay. Very convenient. Overall, a nice facility and a great place to stay.
Travelers World RV Resort is very convenient to visit San Antonio. Our site was a pull thru. The staff were very helpful in making sure our rig fit the site. The wifi here is much better than average. It was nice to finally be able to get on the internet. The ladies in the office were helpful in providing info on how to get into town. The bus stops right across the street to take you into town and runs about every 30 minutes. We enjoyed the River Walk and several nice dinners around town that the office recommended to us.
What a clean and neat place to stay. Even the space where you put your 5th wheel on, the rocks had been raked. Easy in and out access. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I definitely would recommend this place and stay there if I came back to San Antonio.
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at this RV park for our honeymoon. The park was well kept, had wonderfully clean restrooms and showers and a fun dog park for our dog B. The location is perfectly situated close to downtown, the Riverwalk and the Alamo. We were pleasantly surprised with the park and would definitely stay here again and recommend to others.
Pulled in with no reservations, yikes! The front desk was so helpful, even coming out to the camp site to make sure my big rig would fit. Lesson learned, make a reservation for this place! Careful though, the GPS directions don't bring you into the park the right way if you have a Big Rig! Low bridge one way and very bad railroad crossing on another! Follow the directions on their website and use Military Avenue. Wi-fi is great, power is clean, and plenty to do near by in San Antonio.
Great location close to the Alamo and Missions. Park was very quiet and clean. Will stay again when going back through San Antonio. Pool was heated and spa felt great. Play area for kids was nice, although watch out for wasp nests as we saw a few on the play equipment.
Sites are close together, we had a back in site that was clean and level.
We arrived when it was very hot. Both of their pools were wonderful. The WiFi was absolutely excellent. The restrooms were clean and readily available--no punching in codes. The price may have been off-season, but was the lowest of our six-week trip.
This was an awesome park. Clean, friendly, well kept, good location-close to downtown, missions etc. There were some permanent residents, all were very well kept, about half permanent, half RVers. I hurt my back and could not walk or stand. I was admitted to the hospital for several days, thus needing to extend our stay. They were very accommodating and expressed concern for my well being. Really appreciate this great park.
This was our first major trip in our 5th wheel trailer with San Antonio as our destination. We were so impressed with this Travelers World Carefree RV Resort and will look up other Carefree resorts for future trips.
The directions to get to the resort, which came from the facility, were easy to follow. We would recommend getting those directions rather than using GPS since there are some underpasses with low clearance nearby.
We stayed six nights. We were very impressed with the way the facility is maintained - grass was cut and trimmed, the common facilities (showers, dog park, streets, laundry and unused RV parking spots) were nice and clean. Whenever a guest left, the spot they had occupied was cleaned up and the gravel was raked before being occupied by another guest. While we did not use the pool, we noticed that other campers were using it and it appeared to be well kept. Camp employees were very friendly and helpful.
There is a bus stop that is directly across the street from the RV Park that we used extensively to get us into the downtown area where a lot of the San Antonio attractions are located. We used it extensively during our stay. The front desk has information regarding the bus schedule and we found a number on that schedule that you can text to get the actual arrival time for the next bus for a particular stop which can help alleviate time spent sitting and waiting for the bus.
Within a few blocks there is a Wal-Mart and other shopping facilities if you need supplies. The resort itself carries some supplies and you can get propane tanks refilled if needed.
They parked us by the road and propane refill station which was not the best. I was very pleased with the personal and the cleanliness of the park. They have a no refund policy but I was having heating issues with my trailer and decided to leave a day early and they did refunded me one night’s stay. I will be back and when traveling to other areas I will be looking for Travelers World Carefree facilities to stay.
It is a good small Park, the Prices are to high for what they have to offer, Management could use some work,
The Park its self looks like at one time it was a happy one, but now there is a feeling I cant put into words.
If you are looking for a Park for the night, this would be ok.
If you have bikes, make sure they are extra chained, for it has had 4 different times bikes have been taken, this year alone
When we arrived at the park we were surprised by how pretty it is. There are treed and sunny areas, a nice pool and hot tub, playground for kids, and a small off-leash dog area.
Pull-through and back-in sites are available, some sites are large to accommodate bigger rigs.
The resort is very clean and has a large laundry room (8 washers and 8 dryers - $1.25 to wash and $1.25 for 45 minutes of drying time), gift shop, game room, lending library, and exercise room (age 18 and older in the exercise room).
What we like about this park is its close proximity to downtown San Antonio. (The Alamo and River Walk are 3-1/2 miles). The city bus picks up across the street from the resort about every half hour to go into downtown and currently costs $1.20 per adult each way.
In addition, if you're limited on time, you can take a sightseeing tour of San Antonio. The sightseeing tour company's shuttle will pick you up at the resort. The office staff set up our tour for us.
The resort is located amidst the missions that make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Missions National Historical Park. There are three restaurants within 1/2 mile: two Tex-Mex, and Mad Macks Burger Co.
Just outside the resort is a wide, paved hike/bike trail along the Museum Reach of the San Antonio River. The bike path goes to the missions, and downtown. If you ride past downtown onto the Museum Reach of the River Walk, you can ride up to the Pearl Brewery District and Brackenridge Park (zoo, Japanese Gardens, trails, Witte Museum). The bike path is open dawn to dusk.
Within a 2-4 mile drive from the resort are WalMart, Target, Home Depot, H-E-B Grocery, Lowe's, auto parts stores, and many more restaurants.
This resort is convenient to downtown sites and the missions. We stayed here in a 33' 5th wheel.
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From Jct of I-37S & Military Dr W (exit 135), W 3.1 mi on Military Dr to Roosevelt, N 1.3 mi (L); or From Jct of I-35S & Military Dr (exit 150B), E 2.7 mi on Military Dr to Roosevelt, N 1.3 mi (L). Do Not follow GPS