RV / Mobile Home Park Resorts, Campgrounds and Subdivisions Located in Alamo, Texas
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Acacia RV & MH Park
89 E Business 83 ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-464-4080
Alamo Country Club
North Tower Rd. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-0907
Alamo Palms Mobile Park
1341 W Business 83 ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-7571
Alamo Paradise Acres
1513 W Crockett Ave. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-283-1771
Alamo Rec Veh Park
1320 W Frontage RD .. Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-8221
Alamo Rose RV Resort
938 S Alamo Rd. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-783-2600
Bibleville Conference Grounds
1346 N Cesar Chavez Rd. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-2024
Casa Del Valle
1048 N Alamo Rd. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-783-5008
D&L RV Park
151E Minnesota Road .. Alamo, TX 78516 ...(956) 929-4154
La Hacienda Estates
1018 El Paseo Dr. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-783-8131
Roadrunner RV Resort
1222 N Cesar Chavez Rd. ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-8047
Royal Palms Mobile Home Park
341 E Duranta ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-5702
Trophy Gardens RV Resort
800 SH 495 ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-787-7717
Winter Ranch RV Resort
600 State Hwy. 495 ... Alamo, TX 78516 ... 956-783-4587
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Alamo is a Texas city located in the Tropical Rio Grande Valley of Deep South Texas.
Nicknamed the "Land of Two Summers," Alamo is known as "The Refuge to the Valley" as well as gateway to the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge.
The city is located in an area of abundant vegetable farming and citrus groves, and it is a noted winter resort/retirement town near the Mexico-U.S. border. Alamo boasts more Winter Texans per capita than any other Valley city.
In the first decade of the twentieth century Peter Ebenezer Blalock and George T. Hawkins laid out the town, built shipping pens, and named the railroad depot Ebenezer. A community of prospective buyers housed in temporary dwellings developed and the site became known as Camp Ebenezer.
In 1909 the land was sold to the organizers of the Alamo Land and Sugar Company, which moved the town from Camp Ebenezer to higher, better-drained ground.
C. H. Swallow and Rentfro B. Creager, of The Alamo Townsite Company, promoted the site to prospective settlers. A post office was established in 1909 and at first the town was called Forum and later Swallow. It is widely believed that the town was subsequently named for the mission, The Alamo, in San Antonio.
Alamo, TX is the Gateway to Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is a 2,088-acre National Wildlife Refuge situated along the banks of the Rio Grande river.
The wildlife refuge was established for the protection of migratory birds in 1943. Its unique location is at the meeting of different climates and habitats: subtropical wetlands, Chihuahuan Desert, Gulf Coast, and Great Plains.
Its riparian location has developed a reputation for diverse birding and attracts birders from all over the world. Read More About Valley Birding