San Antonio / Alamo KOA General Information

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General Campground Information

CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT TIMES (FOR RV SITES)

Check-In (RV sites): Noon. Check-Out (RV sites): 11 AM.

Arriving After Hours

If you are arriving after the office is closed please refer to your confirmation email (we suggest that you print out a copy), it will have instructions on how to get into the park after hours.

CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT TIMES (FOR DELUXE & RUSTIC CABINS)

Check-In (Deluxe and Rustic Cabins): 3:00 PM. Check-Out (Deluxe and Rustic Cabins): 11:00 AM.

Swimming Pool

Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult (over 18) while using the pool. Swimsuits only - no street clothes or cutoffs.

Quiet Hours

Daily 10:00pm - 8:00am. Please limit loud and offensive noises out of respect for others camping in the park. Please do not operate generators. No operation of ATV (All Terrain Vehicles) permitted in the park. Speed limit is 5mph.

Trash

Please sack and tie garbage and place in cans conveniently located in your area. Trash pick-up is between 10:00am and 12:00pm daily.

Clotheslines

Clothes may not be hung outside to dry.

Laundry Room

Laundry room is located behind the Registration Office.

Cabins

Health Department regulations do not allow cooking in the camping cabins. Please use outside grills and tables for food preparation and consumption.

Pets

Pit Bull Breeds are not allowed.  Pets allowed only in designated Pet-Friendly Cabins. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Please clean up after your pet and deposit waste in the trash cans. Pets may not be left unattended outside at any time. Do not leave pets in a hot RV or Tent. Pets are not allowed in any buildings, pool area and playground area. Please do not allow your pet to disturb other guests. Aggressive dogs will not be tolerated.

Meet Your Hosts

The Rohde Family

We want to exceed our Guest's expectations.

Sterling Rohde was just a kid in 1968 when his father, Fred Rohde, and his brother, Alfred, decided to build a campground along Salado Creek.  They wanted to capitalize on the opening of HemisFair '68, the 1968 World's Fair in the Texas city made famous as home to the Alamo. In 2015, Sterling took the campground from a great campground to a fabulous campground.  A recent survey says, ”Beautifully maintained campground throughout. Nice dog park. Upgrades with umbrella tables & swings very appealing. Proximity to Salado greenway a big plus. Friendly helpful staff. Thank you for a very pleasant stay.” " We take seriously the feedback we get from our campers, and it guides the enhancements we make to our campground,” said Sterling Rohde. Sterling and his wife, Carol, manage the campground and now has his 3 daughters along side to learn the business.

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