Last updated on September 19th, 2023 at 11:49 am
We just spent two months at the Alsatian RV Resort in Castroville, and we loved it so much we already have reservations to return in the fall! If you are looking for a nice, quiet RV resort close enough to San Antonio to enjoy a bit of sightseeing, this place should be at the top of your list.
RV Resort Basics
Located just outside of San Antonio, Texas, it’s easy to see why Alsatian RV Resort is one of the best campgrounds in Texas. The RV resort has 60-level, paved RV sites with beautiful landscaping, full hook-ups (water, sewer, electric), Wi-Fi, propane delivery, and trash pick-up.
If you have a motorhome, you can even stay on what I call ‘Casita Row.’ This is a section where motorhomes can rent both RV sites and casitas overlooking a fishing pond and the 18-hole golf course.
Don’t have an RV? Don’t Worry! They’ve got you covered. Right at the campground they have a few park models (aka cabins) for rent.
Not every campground that bills itself as a “resort” lives up to its name—but this one sure does! They have a fitness room, and beautiful outdoor area with a huge covered pavilion and a pool & hot tub.
There’s also a lovely nature trail that surrounds a large dog walk. When we were there, the cactus and wildflowers were in full bloom! Watch the video above for a great tour of the resort and the nature trail.
This RV Resort is located in historic Castroville and only 30 miles from the heart of San Antonio, Texas with so many options for outstanding dining and must-see attractions in the local area.
You can’t go to San Antonio without visiting the River Walk! It is exactly what it sounds like, a series of walking paths along the San Antonio River with numerous shops and restaurants along the way.
Follow the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park’s Hike & Bike Trail along the San Antonio River to five missions: The Alamo, Mission Concepcion, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada. Each mission is about 2.5 miles from the next.
If you’re looking for more traditional hiking trails, we recommend the Texas Hill Country State Natural Area. There are several ranging from easy to challenging.
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