Greentree Village North Travel Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
This park is a solid 8
I stayed nine days. This is a very nicely maintained park. The facilities are above board. The nicest place I found in Texas. I only found 2 things I can complain about. Number one,they have a cable box for T.V. (It is spectrum TV) but I could not get it to work with my smart T.V. I guess there is some conflict. Second you have to pay for Wi-Fi. It?s $4.95 a day or $14.95 a week. Pretty good Wi-Fi though. It?s cheaper to stay for a week.
We've traveled in an RV for years
Green tree is by far one of the best. Great facilities and remarkably helpful staff. Quiet and we'll run
hard work shows!
Long & short term available, used to only be long. Much of park being upgraded, so even amenities are improving pretty steadily. Lovely parks to walk around in morning (or evening). Excellent park management (people problem handling)! one main road very lumpy, cable free & wi-fi available 4 purchase. Not quite vacation feeling as most campers still work, but not bad.
First "Real" Trip with Our Pop-Up!
This several-day holiday with our pop-up was great fun. At that time, the park allowed only self-contained units but since our wee trailer met that requirement and it was brand new, our reservation was accepted. When we were breaking camp to head home, they even said we were welcome to come back anytime! The park was mostly quiet except for the sound of the dumpster pick-up one morning and a bit of early-morning construction noises from a field next to the park. Since our stay was two years ago, that may no longer be an issue. The park and facilities were clean. There were many long-term/permanent rigs, but they were well-maintained. This park was easy to find and a nice location for heading into downtown San Antonio for sightseeing. We would stay there again. According to their Web site, cable TV is free; however, there is an additional fee for WiFi. We did not use either while we were there.