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In anticipation of the 4th of July weekend, please keep in mind that burn bans are in effect for several South Texas counties - including Be...
Hidden Valley RV Park IS UNDER A BURN BAN for fireworks. Please do not bring any fireworks into the park or light them during this weekend. We will be having a campfire on Sunday around 8:30pm on the top of the valley near the office and can usually see all the local fireworks from Seaworld and Lackland from there. All quests are welcome to share the show with us...bring your lawn chairs and snacks and beverages are welcome.
Oh Snap! It's National Camera Day. Whether you’re an amateur photographer, an iphone-ographer, or professional, these SA destinations are a must for National Camera Day! Celebrate on June 29th by taking so many photos, your fingers go numb. Check out Mission San José, McNay Art Museum and the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden or stop by the Hidden Valley RV Park office for lots more photo op suggestions.
Would love to have y'alls opinions. What are the most important things to you when choosing a campground? Pick one or two and please comment below. 1. Neat and spacious site 2. Good wifi 3. Location 4. Pool 5. Price Our RV friend, Chuck Woodbury over at RV Travel newsletter has just issued this survey and I am amazed at his results which currently are showing stats I wouldn't expect. You can see his results by hopping over to http://rvtravel.com/survey4 or checking out next Saturdays newsletter. I'll release our results by next Sunday.
Here's something COOL and a little different if you're in San Antonio at the right time...Robber Baron Cave, 1 mile south of 410 on Nacogdoches Road - The actual cave is opened once a year during an open house when adventurers can get a look around, but the grounds of the property are open.
How to be a San Antonian in 15 steps...#1 GO BEYOND THE ALAMO. Remembering the Alamo—where Texian militia fought for 13 days against Santa Anna and his troops from Mexico—is a given for San Antonians, but after your inaugural trip to Alamo Plaza downtown, continue the tour by visiting San Antonio’s other historic missions. The five missions that stretch through South San Antonio were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015—making it the first such site in Texas and only the 23rd in the U.S. The four other missions are Mission San José (and its farm), Mission Concepción, Mission Espada and Mission San Juan Capistrano. Admission is free for self-guided tours at all five and each is still an active parish. Mariachi masses are held on Sundays at San José and Concepción.
Even though no fireworks are permitted in the park, we can usually see them being fired off all around us, both from the AFB, Seaworld official presentations and the hundreds of lawbreakers lighting them off in backyards all over the surrounding areas. So join us tonight at the Trading Post fire pit for a leisurely campfire while we watch the show. Bring your lawn chair and beverages if you wish. See you there!
Customers who drop into this hidden gem will stroll down memory lane with Cokes and soft serve ice cream for less than a buck and a lot where classic cars are lined up as if the year is 1950. And you can still buy a handmade, extremely comfortable shoe at San Antonio Shoe Store, 101 New Laredo Highway. Stop by our Hidden Valley RV Park office for directions and details to San Antonio Shoe (SAS) Store, 101 New Laredo Hwy
For over two decades, the Balcones Heights Jazz Festival has been a summer highlight captivating jazz aficionados from across Texas with a free stellar line-up of renowned jazz stars from across the country. This year’s performance features a diverse line-up of headlining and special opening acts, n...
Every Friday in July starting at 7:30pm. Bring your lawn chairs WHERE: Wonderland of the Americas Amphitheater, 4522 Fredericksburg Rd. WHEN: July 7, July 14, July 21, and July 28 (rain or shine) 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm (opening act at 7:30 p.m. / headliner at 9 p.m.) Free General Admission. Outdoor seating on the amphitheater lawn is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Food and beverages are available for purchase at a variety of booths, as well as the adjacent food court inside Wonderland of the Americas.
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