San Antonio KOA: Rich in Fun, History and Entertainment

The Alamo, symbol of Texas independence

The Alamo, symbol of Texas independence

Come and enjoy the San Antonio KOA, which sits on a creek amid 40 acres of pecan trees. Our campground is just 5 miles from downtown San Antonio and open all year.

About San Antonio

You don’t have to worry about battling traffic in the nation’s 7th largest city: City buses take you from our campground to the center of San Antonio’s history and culture, including the River Walk. Visit The Alamo and four other 18th century Spanish colonial missions, Six Flags Fiesta TexasSeaWorldMajestic Theatre, the San Antonio Zoo and museums. Book a tour that departs from our KOA and enjoy all that San Antonio offers.

Upon your return from visiting San Antonio, relax in the pool, swim or play a round at the Willow Springs Golf Course next door.

The River Walk at night

San Antonio’s festive River Walk at night

Looking Ahead

The Valero Alamo Bowl will be held in San Antonio on Dec. 30, pitting highly rated collegiate football teams from the PAC-12 and Big-12.

Meanwhile, it is never too early to reserve a campsite for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, scheduled for Feb. 6-23. This annual event takes place at the AT&T Center, just around the corner from the San Antonio KOA. The fun-filled, family festival consists of many events, including the rodeo, livestock show, horse show, live concerts, carnival, dancing and shopping.

Welcome to our campground

Welcome to our campground in San Antonio

Easy to Find

To visit our campground from I-35, take the southbound Exit 160 at AT&T Center Parkway (formerly SBC Center Parkway), turn left under bridge and take the 2nd light at Gembler Road. Turn left and go 3/4 mile.

Book a Site

To make a reservation to stay at the San Antonio KOA, call (800) 562-7783 or visit


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