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Campground Tour: Goliad State Park and Historic Site, Goliad TX

Goliad State Park
Home to 18th century Mission Espiritu Santo, Goliad State Park and Historic Site is a must visit for anyone interested in Texas history. This CCC park features a replica Spanish mission, museum, hiking trails, fishing, kayaking, birdwatching and so much more just outside of historic Goliad, Texas... [Read the full post]

Tags: Texas Campground Write-Ups | Texas Campground Listings | RV in South Texas

Help Rebuild Stephen F Austin State Park!

Help Rebuild SFA State Park
In April 2016, Stephen F Austin State Park (also known by some as "SFA State Park") was temporarily closed due to flooding. Just as the park was scheduled to reopen, it was hit by another, much more devastating flood. The 2016 Memorial Weekend Flood submerged the entire park under 5-7 feet of water. In this video, we share with you some of the images taken of the park as the water levels began to recede, as well as some of the damage left behind, and what you can do to help rebuild the Park!...  [Read the full post]

Tags: Texas Campground Write-Ups | Texas Campground Listings | RV Central Texas

Campground Tour: Mountain Breeze Campground, New Braunfels TX

Mountain Breeze Campground
Since 1951, Mountain Breeze has been offering camping on the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country. Mountain Breeze specializes in tent camping, but also has a handful of RV campsites with 30amp electric and water hookups...Live music and direct access to the river are part of the fun here... [Read the full post]

Tags: Texas Campground Write-Ups | Texas Campground Listings | RV the Texas Hill Country

Interesting Folks: World Record Holder Steve The Grape Guy Spalding, Dallas TX

Steve the Grape Guy
Steve "The Grape Guy" Spalding is a close friend of Tom's from their college days at Blinn Jr College and Sam Houston State University. It was during their time in college that the guys realized Steve had excellent "mouth-eye" coordination and began challenging him to catch things that they threw at him using only his mouth. So far, Steve has set 4 World Records in Grape Catching!... [Read the full post]

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RV Tips: How to Dry Camp in an RV

RV Tips: How to Dry Camp in an RV
One of the best things about owning an RV is that it gives you the ability to camp just about anywhere. This video follows us on our first #BoondockingForBaseball adventure when we dry camped at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas and Franklin Ranch Community Park in Franklin, Texas for a baseball tournament. And we share a few dry camping tips we've learned along the way... [Read the full post]

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RV Park Review: Admiralty RV Resort, San Antonio TX

Admiralty RV Resort, San Antonio TX
If you are headed to San Antonio to visit SeaWorld, consider staying at Admiralty RV Resort. This 207 site RV Resort is located just one mile from SeaWorld San Antonio. During our stay here we were able to get from our campsite to our parking space at SeaWorld in less than 5 minutes! It's also super convenient to Wolff Stadium, home of the San Antonio Missions minor league baseball team... [Read the full post]

Tags: Texas RV Park Write-Ups | Texas RV Parks and Resorts | RV South Texas

Riding the Texas State Railroad, Rusk and Palestine, Texas

Texas State Railroad
The early 1900s steam engine blows its whistle twice, the train bell clangs, and you pass by the water tower as you depart the station. As you hear the clickety-clack of the wheels on the tracks and feel the motion of the railcar, you are experiencing a little piece of life as it was a century ago. This is no movie, and this is certainly no miniature train. You are riding in an authentic, restored 1920s railcar along the Texas State Railroad!... [Read the full post]

Tags: Historical Sites | Write-Ups of Historical Sites | Write-Ups of Fun Things to Do | RV East Texas

RV Park Review: La Hacienda RV Resort and Cottages, Austin TX

La Hacienda RV Resort, Austin TX
Tucked up in the Hudson Bend area of the Lake Travis Peninsula just Northwest of Austin, TX is a wonderful RV Resort: La Hacienda. We spent 5 nights at this resort and enjoyed every minute of it...And "Woooo-Hoooo!!!" Lake Travis is finally 100% full again!... [Read the full post]

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San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

San Antonio Missions NHP
One of the things that we love about our home state is its history. Texas is rich in history. And as we tour around the state, we're learning that a big part of Texas History can be found in the Spanish Missions. Our previous visits to the Alamo, Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad, and Mission Tejas in Weches were very interesting. So while we were in San Antonio, we took the time to visit San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. We're so glad we did!... [Read the full post]

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Dell Diamond: Home of the Round Rock Express

Dell Diamond
We're big sports fans and enjoy watching all levels of baseball. So on our list of things to do is visit all of the professional baseball parks in Texas. While we were in Austin, we were lucky enough to catch a game at Dell Diamond in Round Rock, Texas...Dell Diamond, home of the Round Rock Express, was built in 2000. It's a very fan-friendly ballpark... [Read the full post]

Tags: Pro Sports Venues | Write-Ups of Fun Things to Do | RV the Texas Hill Country

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