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Hidden Valley RV Park

5706 Coleman Way, Von Ormy, TX 78073
Closed Now
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
(210) 623-6737Directions★ Review
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Regular Hours
Mon - Fri
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

General Info

Southern Hospitality and country quiet is what you'll find at our RV Park. Full hook ups, sites with shade, free wifi, laundry and the private Medio Creek. San Antonio visitors, Long term RV'ers, winter Texans, visitors to the military hospitals and bases and pets welcome.

Old fashioned hospitality...we promise

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Private fishing creek for RV guests, laundry facility, free wifi, full hook up sites with 30 or 50 amp service, concierge and mail service, bird watchers paradise, lots of wildlife viewing, operator on premises with security drive thrus throughout the day, tourist advisory help, easy access to all San Antonio's attractions.


Near where Interstate 35 and Loop 410 meet on the SW side of San Antonio.  Take Interstate 35 to exit 144, Fischer Road.  Go East on Fischer Road 3/4 mi to our entrance at Campground Road on the Right.


Passport America, ACN/AOR, Escapees




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  • This RV park appeared nice, un...
    by  on 05/17/2015

    This RV park appeared nice, until I was assaulted by another tenant named Dave. According to the girl that worked there, she referred to Dave as a stalker, who had caused problems in the past and that the owner of the park was well aware of this. The evening of his unprovoked attacked on me, he broke two ribs, my bottom denture and shattered my cell phone on the pavement. At 1st light, I drove up the hill and told the owner what had happened and asked her to call the police. I made a report to the officer that came and showed him my broken denture. The following day, two Bexar County sheriffs officers came to my RV and told me to leave immediately and don't return or I'd be arrested. When I returned home in Arizona, I called the Bexar County Sheriffs Dept. to request a copy of my police report. I was shocked when I was told that no police report was filed on the date in question, but there was a report filed the following day saying that I was causing trouble and needed to be removed from the park. The report was filed by the owner, Teri??? The reason I was at Hidden Valley RV park was due to serious mechanical trouble with my RV. When I was unjustly ordered to leave the park, the repairs were not yet complete and while approaching a u turn curve, the engine that had been popping and smoking died. I ran off the road and into a creek causing substantial damage to my RV, Trailer and my Corvette. I waited almost 6 hours in the scorching heat for a huge tow truck to arrive and tow me to another trailer park. After my RV was secured, I went to the hospital and was admitted for irregular heartbeat and two broken ribs. I also ended up selling my RV and Car Trailer for $4,000.00. Both had cost me over $14,000.00 just 3 months earlier. I drove straight back to Arizona in my now dented and scratched Corvette.


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