Review and Rating of River Bend RV Resort & Golf Club in Brownsville, Texas
River Bend RV Resort & Golf Club was founded in 1983 and named after the huge bend in the Rio Grande River that borders a portion of the Resort and golf Course. This well maintained and manicured Resort is home to an 18 hole championship golf course (read our review of River Bend Golf Club), RV rental lots, town homes (park models) for rent, and residential property. The Resort is covered with a variety of palm trees swaying in the breeze, several varieties of trees, and lots of lush landscaping.
All of the roads through River Bend are paved and wide enough for big rigs to maneauver into any of the concrete parking pads. River Bend RV Resort has easy access to restaurants, shoping, and nighlife and the freeway through the valley is about 5 minutes away.
The property is guarded during the day and gated with card entry during the night. The common mode of transportation is golf carts, walking, or biking.
The people that we met on property were friendly and outdoing.
The park model and RV sites are close together, the parking pad is paved and level, and the utilities are at the end of the site which may require extensions to reach. Each site has 30 and 50 AMP, and cable, sss
Some of the amenities include:
One of the reasons we picked River Bend RV Resort is because it is home to an 18 hole golf course. In fact, we could walk out our camper door and watch golfers tee off on the six hole or walk to the driving range. To learn more about the course read our review of River Bend Golf Course.
During our recent visit to River Bend RV Resort we:
Brownsville and River Bend RV Resort are at the south east end of the Rio Grande Valley which means you're only 30 minutes away from Port Isabel and South Padre Island and all that they have to offer - beaches, fishing, dolphin or eco tours, golf, horseback riding on the beach, priate ship sail, parasailing, lots fo excellent restaurants and beach bars with live music. Check our our South Padre Island Page to find some fun things to see and do.
The Rio Grande Valley aslo has lots to do from annual events to zoos and museums, attractions, restaurants, and nightlife, and good golf courses. Here is our Rio Grande Valley Page and our reviews of some great Rio Grande Valley Golf Courses. If you're up to it, cross the border into Mexico for great food and margaritas and some shopping bargains.
Texas Outside uses a tough rating scale and it’s difficult for a campground to get a “10”. Each park is rated on: