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Meditate on Alamo History at a Relaxing RV Ranch

Posted on: March 26th, 2015 by admin No Comments

TrailerTune in to Lonestar Sportsman on News Radio 1200 WOAI every Saturday morning from 5-7 a.m. to hear interviews from Texas Campgrounds (TACO) members as they weigh in on the RVing and camping lifestyle. Click play below to listen to the interview or visit our SoundCloud channel.

Come out to a park rich in history. Alamo River RV Ranch is located in Von Ormy, Texas, just fifteen minutes from the Alamo. Santana’s journals indicate that the troops reached Horseshoe Bend, just south of the Medina River where Alamo River RV Ranch is located. The troops had to camp for a few days, as the river was too high to cross.

Alamo River RV Ranch is a quiet park that allows you to peacefully meditate on the legends and stories that built Texas’ fight for independence. Take a peaceful walk beneath the shade trees, and stop by Santana’s Oak, which is 600 years old and 12 feet in diameter. The park hosts memorial services at the historical tree, and any history enthusiast wouldn’t want to miss this landmark.

The park offers pull-thru and back-in RV sites as well as a cabin. The new cabin is a one-bedroom park model with bunk beds and a sleeper sofa, and it sleeps up to six people. It’s complete with an efficiency kitchen, so you’ll have everything you need. From winter Texans to guests who live at the park, to families visiting for the weekend, Alamo River RV Ranch accommodates every kind of camper. For more information, visit their website.

Whether you’re looking to hook up an RV, rent a cottage or pop a tent, Texas Campgrounds includes parks that offer a variety of sites and campground experiences. Stop by the Texas Campgrounds website to enter your name into a monthly drawing to win a $100 Valero gift card, and to find more information about your next camping destination.

Lonestar Sportsman: Interview with Lee Brown from Spring Creek  

Posted on: February 10th, 2015 by admin No Comments

Lake NasworthyTune in to Lonestar Sportsman on News Radio 1200 WOAI every Saturday morning from 5-7 a.m. to hear interviews from Texas Campground (TACO) members as they weigh in on the RVing and camping lifestyle. Click play below to listen to the interview or visit our SoundCloud channel.

This week’s interview features Lee Brown, who owns Spring Creek Marina and RV Park with his wife. The park is located in beautiful San Angelo, Texas, halfway between Lubbock and San Antonio on Highway 87. The campground sits on the beautiful Lake Nasworthy, which offers guests incredible views right from their campsites.

The calming, peaceful view of the water will let you have the rest and relaxation you crave on vacation. Spring Creek’s philosophy revolves around offering guests a true camping experience. RV sites are grassy and spacious for any size rig. With patios and fire rings, you’ll have plenty of places to spend time with your friends and family.

Spring Creek Marina and RV Park started as a convenience store and bait shop that’s been there since the 1940s, and still remains today. An RV Park grew around the store, and Spring Creek was established in 1998. Today, the campground offers the best location for camping and water sports, with nearly 1,600 square acres of water to splash in.

Lee Brown says he was inspired to purchase an RV Park due to RVing with his children and discovering a passion for it. San Angelo offers a wide variety of attractions and events that draw in visitors around the world, especially those from the north who come to Texas for the winter.

Spring Creek Marina and RV Park offers 83 spacious RV sites, which can accommodate double slide outs and offer full hookups. Their pull-through sites are “big-rig” friendly. Or, you can pitch a tent on one of the beautiful wooded tent sites with water and electric hookups. To learn more about Spring Creek Marina and RV Park, visit their website.

 

 

Lonestar Sportsman: Interview with Teri Blaschke from Hidden Valley RV

Posted on: January 19th, 2015 by admin No Comments

2015 Camping GuideTune in to Lonestar Sportsman on News Radio 1200 WOAI every Saturday morning from 5-7 a.m. to hear interviews from Texas Campground (TACO) members as they weigh in on the RVing and camping lifestyle. This Saturday’s interview featured a session with Teri Blaschke from Hidden Valley RV Park near San Antonio. Click play below to listen to the interview or visit our SoundCloud channel to listen to it and other interviews.

Teri speaks on the different types of residents at Hidden Valley. There are several families who are permanent residents, several who work seasonally and stay at the park temporarily, and travelers who return each year for a particular season.

Hidden Valley’s RV sites are upgraded to handle advancements in RV size. The park recently upgraded their electrical hookups to provide a minimum of 50 amp. As more families travel full-time, work on the road, and come for a variety of reasons, Hidden Valley is equipped to keep up.

What makes Hidden Valley unique is the strong focus on customer service. Teri comes from a background of customer service and has worked for 40 years in the business, 30 of those at Hidden Valley. Management is always willing to meet customers’ needs and requests.

This quiet, country atmosphere is set in the heart of South Texas. The park is close to San Antonio’s major attractions, such as the River Walk and Alamo. Hidden Valley is open year-round, and Winter Texans and snowbirds love the wonderful weather.  For more information on Hidden Valley RV Park, visit their website.

 

 

TACO Shares RVing Tips on the Lone Star Sportsman

Posted on: December 9th, 2014 by admin No Comments

You might have heard Texas Campgrounds’ name if you were tuned into the radio last weekend. TACO has a weekly Saturday morning spot on the Lone Star Sportsman with Alan Warren.

Screen Shot 2014-12-09 at 3.10.03 PMThe Lone Star Sportsman airs every Saturday morning from 5 – 7 a.m. on 1200 WOAI news radio in San Antonio, and is hosted by Alan Warren. During his 30-year career in outdoor TV, Warren traveled the globe looking for the best hunting and fishing destinations. When he returned to Texas his passion didn’t dwindle. Tune in for an engaging mix of outdoor information and education about conservation, property rights and more.

The radio show is fun for anyone who loves the great outdoors, and here at Texas Campgrounds, we certainly do. Our weekly spot on the show invites TACO members to discuss our parks and the RVing lifestyle. From buying an RV to traveling south for the winter, TACO discusses everything you need to know about making your vacation your dream getaway. To listen to recordings of Texas Campgrounds on the Lone Star Sportsman, visit Sound Cloud.

Stop by Texas Campgrounds to find a campground near your destination. Whether you’re looking to hook up an RV, rent a cottage or pop a tent, Texas Campgrounds includes parks that offer a variety of sites and campground experiences.

See San Antonio’s River Walk Sparkle

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by admin No Comments

San Antonio’s own River Walk will transform into a Winter Wonderland this week, and you won’t want to miss it. Celebrate the holiday season with a relaxing camping vacation.
Ford Holiday River ParadeEnjoy the Ford Holiday River Parade and Lighting Ceremony on Friday, November 28, 2014 from 7 – 9 p.m. The parade will travel along the River Walk, and it will feature illuminated floats with celebrities on board, bands that set you in cheery spirits and costumed participants. This year’s theme is “Holiday Celebrations Around the World,” so come get a taste of what Christmas season is like all across the globe.

Celebrate unique cultural differences and view spectacularly decorated floats. The River Walk will be filled with holiday carols and symphonic favorites. Over 80,000 Christmas lights will make this event simply dazzling. Tickets are available online until Thursday, November 27 at 7 p.m.

To find a campground near San Antonio, visit Texas Campgrounds. Texas Campgrounds is an association of “resorts where folks can visit with their friends and families.” Spend quality time with your loved ones this holiday season, and find the perfect campground to suit your needs.

San Antonio Rodeo

Posted on: February 5th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Let’s rodeo! From February 7 through 24, San Antonio will host the Stock Show and Rodeo, which will be a major event involving an array of entertainment in addition to the cowboy competitions. Since many attractions and contests are scheduled for the 18-day show, you may want to plan on attending several times in order to see as much of it as possible.

The rodeo will involve an exciting display of skill in areas including steer wrestling, bull riding and tie-down roping, as well as barrel racing, saddle broc riding and the most intense contest of professional rodeo – extreme bulls. Aside from the rodeo competitions, several horse and cattle shows are on the agenda.

An impressive lineup of musicians will entertain, including big-name artists like Reba McIntire. A carnival will also be available, providing rides ranging from tame to wild so that the tastes of all patrons will be satisfied. And of course, it wouldn’t be a rodeo without a variety of food to choose from, including fried twinkies and cowboy stew.

This family event will be fun for everyone. You can easily find a park in San Antonio by visiting TexasCampgrounds.com and clicking on the Find a Park page. Search by city then select San Antonio. You can reserve your spot on our secure site by choosing from several parks like Dixie Kampground or Traveler’s World RV Resort.

Texas Attractions: Natural Bridge Caverns

Posted on: January 23rd, 2013 by admin No Comments

Tour Natural Bridge Caverns and explore the fascinating wonders hidden beneath the surface of the earth. One of the largest caverns in the state of Texas, this underground realm of impressive rock formations provides visitors with a memorable experience.

You can choose from several tours, all of which will usher you through passages filled with the beauty of towering stone monuments, chandeliers and soda straws that took centuries to form. For the ultimate in cave romance, take the lantern tour, where the winding walkways around dazzling rooms are illuminated only by the light of your lantern.

In addition to the tours, you can even mine for gems and minerals. This involves pouring a bag of mining rough into a screen tray, then washing away the dirt to reveal your “treasure.”

This popular attraction is near New Braunfels and San Antonio. Our Find a Park page on TexasCampgrounds.com makes it easy to locate a park nearby. Click on “Attractions” then select “Natural Bridge Cavern.” Riverside Resort and Stone Creek RV Park are two of several you can choose from. You can click on “Reserve Now” and book a spot through our secure site.

Texas Attractions: San Antonio’s Alamo and Riverwalk

Posted on: September 14th, 2012 by Texas Campgrounds No Comments

Campgrounds all across the state of Texas offer attractions and activities for the whole family to experience in just a weekend trip. Whether you’re a retired couple exploring the state or have kids in school, take a weekend or week trip and explore Texas in the fall.

Luckily for you our Find a Park feature on TexasCampgrounds.com has search categories by city, region and even attraction! So if you’d like to find the closest campground to the Riverwalk in San Antonio or Texas Motor Speedway, simply choose the attraction in the dropdown box and you can browse through a list of TACO member RV parks nearby that attraction.

The pak search results will show distance from the attraction and you can search for other options, including cabins, cable, Wi-Fi, pull-through sites and more. The Alamo in San The Alamo San AntonioAntonio is a good attraction to start with, as many Texans and people from around the country visit this historic Mission and the Riverwalk each year.

Traveler’s World RV, Alamo/San Antonio KOA and Dixie Kampground are all very close to downtown San Antonio and all have cabins in addition to RV sites. These also offer amenities like pool, Wi-Fi, cable, Rec Hall and more. They are also close to Sea World, Fiesta Texas and many shops and restaurants. Use our Find a Park feature today to search by your favorite attraction!

Settle into an Alamo City RV Park

Posted on: April 23rd, 2012 by Texas Campgrounds No Comments

San Antonio is central to Texas’ rich history and draws in millions of visitors from around the world who want to see and experience the River Walk, Alamo and all the food, culture, music and art that the city has to offer.

Spanish missionaries settled the land in 1691, establishing the historic landmarks that tourists visit today, including what is now known as The Alamo. The 1836 battle here made the mission famous, and there are ongoing preservation efforts and updated exhibits to keep visitors passing through the historic site.

The Riverwalk serves as the main hot spot for tourists, with shopping at the Rivercenter Mall and many small boutiques, as well as bars, restaurants and live music venues. HemisFair Park is home to many small shops as well as the Tower of the Americas, where guests can get panoramic views of the city. And Sea World and Fiesta Texas are big attractions, especially during the summer when tourists want to cool off, see a show and ride thrilling rollercoasters.

And just north of the city lies New Braunfels, where visitors can experience rich German culture and slow down for a relaxing ride down the Guadalupe or Comal rivers, browsing antique shops and ending the day with live music at historic Gruene Hall.

Find a San Antonio area RV park, or cabin rental with the Texas Campgrounds Find a Park feature and start planning your vacation today!

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