Just outside of Big Bend National Park, there’s something really odd going on in Terlingua, Texas. The once thriving mercury mining town has literally reincarnated itself; turning what used to be a whispering ghost town into an outdoor museum that’s full of life but full of mystery. Simply put, Terlingua isn’t just a map dot. It’s a state of mind. Amidst the ruins of the past, there’s a bit of quirky lore that you just have to stop and see for yourself.
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!
Salty beaches, sand between our toes, shopping, savory seafood and evening grogs were just what the ship’s doctor ordered. The sea, once more, called our names. So, we hooked up our fifth wheel and headed to Galveston Island to explore and enjoy this beautiful coastal Texas Gulf Coast Island and city. But, you don’t need an RV to enjoy the island life! You can drive, fly or sail in to Galveston! Continue reading “Galveston Island, Texas – Trip Planning Guide”
Florida and Texas are two favorite RV destinations for snowbirds to enjoy the warm sunshine and beautiful ocean and gulf shores also known as Salt Life. However, that same coastal salt air and sun will do more than give you a bad sunburn. It also wreaks havoc on your RV if you don’t take take preventative measures to protect your investment.
What better place to celebrate America’s 4th of July birthday than one of the most patriotic destinations; our cities or towns. From America’s National Battlefields and Memorials, parades and parties, we’ll help show some of the best patriotic destinations to show your patriotic spirit and let freedom ring! So, bring out the sparklers! Let’s get this party started!
The Lone Star State is known for several things; big belt buckles, cowboy hats, broncing bucks and big honkin’ steaks. And, the places notoriously visited are Houston, Dallas, Amarillo and San Antonio. But what if I told you about a cool region in Texas that’s eclectic yet country called Texas Hill Country!
Fredericksburg, Texas is not only rich in history and German heritage but an abundance of culture as well. Located in the heart of Texas Wine Country just outside of San Antonio, this eclectic historic town has a great punch list of places to visit and things to do!
Have you ever stayed at an RV park or campground that made you feel like a kid again? Well, Texas Wine Country Jellystone Camp Resort in Fredericksburg, Texas did just that. And even though I was attending an adult work summit there, it was a fun place to let my hair down. Its a great place to take the kids for a weekend, week or even a month. They have everything from great meetings rooms for the big kids to a big pool and bouncy carpet outside for the littles! So, let’s see why we liked it!
Campground/RV Park: Pecan Park Riverside RV Park
Location: 50 Squirrel Run, San Marcos, Texas
Phone: (512) 396-0070