About
Yanawana Camp is a 2.4-arce family oriented park in rural San Antonio that features five RV pads of 40 feet in length. It's within walking distance to the San Antonio Riverwalk and bike trail, which connects with all 5 Missions, including the Alamo. Others missions on this trail within four miles include Mission Espada and Mission San Juan Capistrano. Luxury resort amenities offered include a rec hall, swimming pool, picnic areas, water fountains, bike share stations, canoe/kayak access points, pavilions and park security. It also has all your basic amenities like restrooms and laundry facilities. The park is close to San Antonio attractions like the the Alamo, the Riverwalk, Six Flags: Fiesta Texas, and some of the best Tex-Mex restaurants in the world!
Rates
RV Spots

Prices starting at:

DAILY
$ 45.0
WEEKLY
$ 250.0
MONTHLY
$ 550.0
Amenities
Water Hookups
Gravel Roads
RV Hookup
20 Amps
50 Amps
30 Amps
Sewer Hookups
Rules
  • Check-In:
    Flexible - Flexible
  • Check-Out:
    12pm (noon)
  • Yanawana Camp Rules
    To ensure the safety and relaxation of all of our guests, please read the following guidelines for an enjoyable stay. Speed Limit: 5-MPH. Campfires: Check with office for current burn ban status before burning. No ground fires. If you bring your own fire ring, it must be up off the ground with a lid. NO EXCEPTIONS. Campsite: Do not disturb your neighbors. Do not trespass through any site that is not your own. Do not litter, this includes cigarette butts. No clotheslines. Do not attach anything to park property, including trees. Cutting or digging plants are prohibited. Please keep the volume of your music within the confines of your site. No generators. No fireworks. Please leave your campsite clean. Cars: Are not allowed on RV pad if it exceeds into the driveway or roadway. Car must be parked in front of headquarters. Parking on grassy areas is not permitted. Parking tags must be displayed at all times. Do not park on empty RV pads or empty site. Children: Parents or guardians are responsible for their children and damage caused by their children during their stay. Adults and children must not trespass on other people’s RV sites. Adults must accompany children under 14. Visitors: All people and vehicles must be registered in the office! All visitors and vehicles must check-in and be registered with the office. Alcohol: No public display of alcohol. Anything jeopardizing Yanawana Camp quiet, peaceful, relaxing, clean, safe, family friendly environment will not be tolerated. Garbage: All trash must be put in trash cans. Guns: The display or use of guns is not permitted. This includes pistols, rifles, pellet, B-B, etc. Motorcycles, Motorbikes, Bicycles, Etc.: Motorized vehicles are to be used only for transportation, not for “recreation.” Bicycles are welcome on the gravel road, but not across common areas, narrow paths or across other RV sites. Water Usage: We are under water restrictions. Please conserve water. You may not wash your rig or vehicle without permission from the office. Pets: Pets must be on a 6 foot or less leash at all times! You must clean up after your pets. Pets are not to be left unattended. The following breeds CANNOT be brought onto our property due to insurance company requirements: Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Mastiffs, Chows and American Terriers. Pets must not be unattended. Incessant barking will not be tolerated. Night Owls & Early Birds: QUIET HOURS are 10:30 pm — 7:30 am. No electronic noises. Voices must be kept to a whisper. Refunds: No refunds if you decide to shorten your stay. By law Yanawana Camp is a service oriented business therefore we do not have a landlord/tenant agreement with any daily/weekly/monthly guest. Late Arrivals: No arrivals past 7:00 pm. Check-in at the office by 10:00 am the following morning. Should you fail to register we will automatically charge the card we have on file for the entire stay. Check-in and check-out times: All camping reservations begin at 2pm and at noon the following day.
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