Alamo River RV Ranch and Campground
12340 Trawalter Ln, Von Ormy, TX 78073
1-800-RV-Ranch: (800) 787-2624
Alamo River RV Ranch
Alamo River RV Ranch Resort
Alamo River RV Resort
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"Peaceful Easy Feeling...." to quote the Eagles. The setting is country and many of the residents have been here awhile so they become your neighbors and friends. There is abundant wildlife to watch and enjoy and of course, a river (and park!) that is walking distance away. Management is personal and friendly and the park store is very convenient. It is easy for me to recommend this RV park to anyone! Bring your fishing poles!
My husband, 2 young children, 2 dogs, and I all camped out here with our pop up this Labor day weekend. Man did we have a great time. This facility is amazingly beautiful. The gentleman who owns the property is so nice! You can tell he is proud of the place and all the cool history that goes a long with it. They have a cute club house with a pool table, a shop for various supplies (most importantly ice cream) and free movies you can rent! It also has wifi that worked well enough we could even stream movies on our tablet. Also, for other dog lovers, there is a fenced dog park. When you go down to the river, its like entering another world. We would joke that when we went back up for the restrooms or something (which are unbelievably clean always) it was going back into the light. The lower section of the camp ground is heavily treed with giant, mature trees and tons of shade. The fishing is very good. The people are so friendly. Lots of great wildlife to watch as well! We highly recommend this place and will be back as soon as we can!
We stayed here in March of 2012 -- and now we understand they now have Guided Horse Trail Rides.
We found this campground on the internet while passing through and we are sure glad we did. This campground is not just what you see when you first arrive. While the sites are new as is the bathroom / laundry building. The real gem is what they have on the back part of the ranch down by the river! We had no idea what was there until we were given a very informative tour by two of the staff. The river area must be seen to be believed. There is wildlife everywhere and it is very quiet. The area is shaded and it is a very big place. There is a herd of deer that live on the property. We understand that horse riding is very popular on the ranch but they do not rent horses. (We spent 2 evenings just sitting by the river listening to the birds and the running river -- very peaceful and simply beautiful. The sites below are for tent camping and day use although they do have water at each site and a pop-up or an RV would certainly fit but you would be boon docking. The sites above are where we stayed and are new -- graveled and level. Everything worked fine including the new Wi-Fi System that was just completed. It was the first park in a long time we stayed at that Netflix worked like a charm. There is a store / clubhouse that is very nice. They have grocery items and they are also an RV parts dealer. They have a very large movie library that you can borrow from -- and I mean large! One of the things we were very impressed with was the staff. I am not sure we have been more welcomed at an RV Park. It was funny when we pulled in one of the staff members came out to our motor home and said "We have been waiting on you -- we just made some fresh coffee -- come on in!" Just like coming home! There is a lot of history to this Ranch and the stories that were shared with us were very interesting. We met the owners and they were a joy to be around! We found it very interesting to be so close to San Antonio but still out in the country. They have a winning combination here and we will most certainly be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for two months with Charlie and Roxie and got to say was one of the nicest experiences we have ever had. Not a fancy resort but with nearly a hundred acres to ramble on it was great. NEVER have had such a quiet RV park and yet so close to down town. We stayed at a park that was the closest to the Alamo and it was in the getto.