The staff are great and friendly. The rec hall is clean and updated, the pool is clean and heated, and the cabin was clean and adorable. The cabin had everything you needed and if you forgot something, the office had little ravel sizes to tide you over until you could get to the store. Will definitely be going back.
I just finished reading a bunch of negative reviews about Travelers World and felt the need to respond to them. We are full-time RVers. This is our fourth stay at TW and our second full winter here. We are called “Winter Texans” and most of us are retired. For those folks who feel that we were unfriendly to their children, please consider this: yes, most of the people in this park in the winter are 60+. We only see smatterings of families with children pass through during winter, and often those children are flying around the park on bikes, skateboards, scooters and even very low-to-the-ground carts. Our site has a dumpster blocking our view in one direction and we have to be very careful when we pull out of our site; I’m terrified that some young child who is not paying attention will cross my path when I can’t see them. Last winter, our site was directly across from the pool and we had many evenings with loud gatherings and squealing kids in the pool until 10pm. Yes, the pool is there for everyone’s enjoyment, but I know from raising my own family that plenty of fun can be had without constantly screaming. We have a dog, and this year it seems that almost everyone in this park has at least one, if not several, dogs. We love dogs! What we do NOT love is stepping in YOUR DOG’S POOP. We also do not like wasting our poop bags on your dog’s poop, but we find ourselves picking up poops just about every time we walk our dog. It completely boggles our minds that people will come to a place like this and just walk away from their dog’s poop. YOU wanted a dog, YOU need to be responsible for EVERY aspect of owning that dog, including picking up it’s poop. I asked the a grounds worker once why there are no poop bag stations in the park, and he said they used to have them, but whenever they filled the bag dispenser, the bags would be stolen! I experimented and put two small bag dispensers on the fence at the dog run and guess what happened? Within a couple of hours they were opened and emptied! Someone stole the bags! So, on the one hand, we have people stealing poop bags, an on the other hand we have people not picking up after their dogs. What on earth is going on?! There are rules in this park, and they are given to everyone who checks in. The rules are not extensive, they are listed in bold type on a single sheet. One of them is: PLEASE KEEP PETS ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES, PICK UP AFTER THEM. There are signs all over this park telling you to pick up after your pet. We have had to ask people to please leash their dogs who come darting out at our dog, a rescue who has been attacked previously and defensive when strange dogs approach like that. Why do people assume that their dog is fine off leash?? Your dog is only fine until it charges out at a dog with a sad history and defensive reaction. Keep it leashed!!! There are five signs reminding people that the speed limit is 10, but we frequently see people driving significantly faster through the park. One day, a young child on a scooter who is not paying attention is going to be hit. PLEASE KEEP BICYCLES LOCKED SECURELY — USING KRYPTONITE LOCKS IS SUGGESTED. They have recently purchased a locked shed where visitors are encouraged to store their bikes because of the bike theft problem in town. One of the employees even drives around and reminds newly arrived folks that they need to secure their bikes in the shed or with a super-strong lock. The thieves are very good at what they do and have cut through cable locks, removed bikes from the outside of the camper’s bedroom and disappeared before the security guard comes around again. Thieves have been caught and picked up by police, but there’s always more thieves. Do not blame park employees if you don’t heed the warnings and your bikes are stolen. My understanding is that gates will soon be installed at the entrance and codes will be needed to enter the park. That should cut down significantly on the bike theft issue. Until then, follow the rules, be considerate of your neighbors and everyone will have a lovely time at Travelers World.…
We stayed 2 nights with a 34 ft. Class A. Park was very clean, hosts were friendly, and laundry room was spotless with 8+ washers/dryers ($2.00). Pool was small but clean. Cabins were available for rent as well as full 50 amp hookups with gravel pads, cement patios/picnic tables for RVs. Spaces were narrow but had good water pressure, so bring a regulator. Park had pickle ball courts, small mini-golf, playground, and campground store. Office building had workout room, library, pool table, ping pong, foosball, computer workstations and clean showers. Location was the best part. The San Antonio Riverwalk runs right behind the campground. 4 miles to downtown and less than 2 miles to Mission San Jose (which was gorgeous). Bus stop is right across the street. $2.75 for an all day pass that will take you to the sites. We enjoyed our stay.…
Nice RV park and very friendly welcoming RV community. Planned activities and pot lucks. Right next to the River walk, great for walks and bike rides. It was 5 miles to downtown river walk , very cool city.
Very well kept and very nice staff. Kids had a blast playing putt-putt, pickle ball, and playing in the kids area. Kids even loved learning to play pool while warming up from the cold weather. Definitely will be back for the warmer months. Come on warmer weather!
Nice RV park conveniently located to attractions. The staff was friendly and helpful with directions and what not. Nice store, clubhouse, and very clean bathrooms/showers. Pool was nice, but the hottub needs a little TLC. Sketchy neighborhood but we felt safe enough.
We found this to be a good base to explore San Antonio and the Missions. The park is well maintained and has a pool, playground, dog park and pickle ball court. Our RV lot was level and quite long. It is within walking distance of an entrance to the riverwalk outside downtown.
RV park/resort under Sun management. Contactless checkin. Friendly staff. Park is clean and well maintained. Has both pull through and back in sites with full hookups. All have some degree of shade from overhead oak trees. Dumpsters located throughout park. Has pool, and pickleball court. Easy access to riverfront paved pathway for walking or biking to downtown river walk, tower of the americas and Alamo areas. Also to the missions to the south. Stayed here 8 years ago and would stay here again when in the SanAntonio area.
I booked a pet friendly cabin so I could attend a film festival downtown. The cabin was super clean and well stocked with kitchen ware, wine glasses, towels etc! My dog loved the hike and bike trail located next to this RV park. I could sit on my porch and enjoy the quiet evenings while sipping on wine. Exceptionally well maintained RV park. I look forward to staying there again!
My wife and I thought this was a great park. Very nice and professional staff helped us with everything we needed. A metro bus stop is located right out front with easy access to other places, we took one downtown. Also this place is right next to the south SA riverwalk as well as a golf course. We hope to return again!