If you’re planning a visit to San Antonio, you should make sure you make time to tour the historically famous Texas landmark; The Alamo. Hence, why this historic icon coins San Antonio as Alamo City, it’s the prime reason why you should put it on the top of your bucket list. Visiting the Alamo will help visitors understand why Texans are so deeply enriched in their culture and Texas pride.
If you’re looking for the best places to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in America, you don’t have to travel far. Every U.S. city and most towns join in on the tradition by becoming Irish for a day (or week). From colorful green fountains and riverwalks, parades and pub crawls, there’s great family-friendly and adult-only venues to celebrate everything Irish. But, even if you don’t have Irish blood, you can at least pretend for a day by taking part in St. Paddy’s Day celebrations nationwide!
If you love to explore caves and are going to be visiting San Antonio, Texas, you’ll want to visit the Natural Bridge Caverns! It’s the perfect way to spend a hot summer day with your family in the cool cave!
Campground/RV Park: Pecan Park Riverside RV Park
Location: 50 Squirrel Run, San Marcos, Texas
Phone: (512) 396-0070
In the small desert town of Quartzsite, Arizona, a lesser-known historical achievement took place involving the United States Army, a middle eastern man and camels. The project was called The Great Camel Experiment. And Quartzsite is the place that honors the who proved to the U.S. government that camels outlasted other means of transporting military supplies across the desert southwest.
Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio Texas is the starting point of a future Enlisted Airmen attending Air Force Basic Military Training. But Lackland AFB is also home to a magnificent outdoor museum of Air Force war-fighting aircraft from every era of U.S. military history called Warbirds Memorial Park.
If you’re planning on visiting San Antonio, make it a point to attend the Air Force Basic Military Training graduation ceremony at Lackland Air Force Base. You’ll be moved by the grandeur protocol and military bearing of the Air Force’s youngest Enlisted Airmen.