Texas 55+ Communities With RV Storage

If you\'re looking to spend your retirement on the road, these Texas communities make it easy.

Texans who dream of traversing the Lone Star State (and beyond) in their RV have many options when it comes to 55+ communities with RV storage. Here’s a roundup of four active adult communities in Texas that provide on-site storage for RVs.

Alamo Country Club – Alamo, TX

Below $100k – Mid $300s

Situated just north of the Mexican border and only an hour’s drive from South Padre Island, Alamo Country Club is a 55+ community that offers RV parking, a nine-hole golf course, and many other amenities. The community contains 526 single-family homes that feature open floor plans and a low-maintenance design. A homeowners’ association (HOA) fee includes upkeep of the amenities and community grounds along with a secured entrance and access to the neighborhood golf course.

Residents of Alamo Country Club can participate in a variety of activities and clubs, including Bible study, bingo, cribbage, dominoes, pinochle, and garden club. A sunshine committee keeps the social calendar full, ensuring there’s always something fun for residents to do.

Homeowners can head to the clubhouse to take advantage of an exercise room, meeting rooms, a card room, a catering kitchen, a library, and a billiards room. The amenities continue outdoors with an outdoor pool and spa, seven shuffleboard courts, tennis courts, a pavilion, and horseshoe pits.

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Sunshine Country Club Estates – Harlingen, TX

Below $100k – High $100s

Texas bluebonnets along the roadside near Big Bend National Park in Texas
Sunshine Country Club Estates contains an RV storage area, providing homeowners with peace of mind.

Sunshine Country Club Estates is a 55+ community in Harlingen that contains an RV storage area along with boat parking, providing homeowners with peace of mind and convenience, whether they want to hit the open road or the open water.

Built between 1981 and 2000, homes range from 560 to 1,549 square feet. Active adult homebuyers will find custom brick and conventional site-built homes in addition to manufactured homes that require minimal home upkeep. 

Residents have an abundance of amenities to choose from, including a multipurpose clubhouse, a fully-equipped fitness center, a billiards room, a woodworking shop, an open-air pavilion, and an outdoor pool and whirlpool spa. Sports enthusiasts can get some exercise and challenge their neighbors to a friendly game on the tennis courts or pickleball courts. Homeowners can also enjoy the nine-hole golf course, which is available at no fee for residents. 

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Scenic HillsSchertz, TX

Low $200s – Mid $300s

RV owners who live in Scenic Hills can avoid costly storage fees since this 55+ community in Schertz provides RV parking. Built between 1982 and 1989, Scenic Hills contains 204 homes ranging from 1,294 to 2,270 square feet with Corian countertops, plantation shutters, and open floor plans. Some residences offer views of the neighboring golf course. 

Residents pay an HOA fee that covers guard service, lawn care, an underground sprinkler system, and common area maintenance, giving them more time to spend on the road in their RV. 

Scenic Hills encourages residents to stay engaged in a variety of ways, whether they participate in line dancing, tennis, or water aerobics. The community also offers clubs that allow homeowners to explore interests like painting, quilting, and stained-glass making. From ladies’ luncheons and dominoes to cowboy breakfasts and chorus, homeowners can join the fun and meet new friends along the way.

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Heritage Grand at Cinco RanchKaty, TX

High $200s – High $600s

Exterior view of the clubhouse at Heritage Grand at Cinco Ranch in Katy, Texas
Heritage Grand at Cinco Ranch is a gated 55+ community that contains 650 homes.

Located within the master-planned Cinco Ranch community, Heritage Grand at Cinco Ranch is a gated 55+ community that contains 552 single-family homes in 26 models and 98 duplex homes in two models. All homes are designed with first-floor master bedrooms, gas heat, and electric air conditioning. Homes also include sprinklers, monitored alarm systems, and a fenced-in backyard for enhanced privacy.

Homeowners can participate in an abundance of activities, including yoga, water aerobics, and exercise classes. A monthly community newspaper and weekly web post keep residents current on upcoming events and activities.

Homeowners can pursue new hobbies and enjoy their favorite pastimes at the 14,000-square-foot clubhouse, where five full-time assistants ensure the community’s many activities run smoothly. For outdoor recreation, the community offers an 18-hole championship golf course, horseshoe pits, basketball courts, bocce ball, and shuffleboard. Swimmers can indulge in a large pool with lap lanes, a counterflow exercise circle, plus a large whirlpool spa.

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