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TACO Community Helps Rebuild After Severe Flooding

Posted on: June 16th, 2015 by admin No Comments

 

With the recent devastation of flooding ripping through Texas, many communities, churches and organizations have come forward to help those in need as the sun begins to shine on this tragedy.

sunsetThis week’s interview on the Lonestar Sportsman features David Rowley from Pecan Park Riverside RV and Cabins, one of the many places damaged by severe flash flooding. You can listen to the interview below, or visit the SoundCloud channel.

David speaks of the challenges faced during this traumatic experience. During the month of May, Texas saw record-breaking water levels, and the San Marcos River quickly flooded. Thankfully, Pecan Park owners and residents had a few hours to grab their belongings and evacuate the park. But when they returned, they returned to irreversible damage and flooding. Five cabins were damaged and the owners’ home was flooded with eight feet of water.

Though Pecan Park is still open for business, they are in the rebuilding stage, and have seen something truly amazing. Because TACO parks are outstanding with incredible customer service and satisfaction, Pecan Park has created a community of supporters. Many people have stepped forward to volunteer time and money to put toward rebuilding the campground.

Pecan Park is truly a gem of an RV Park near the San Marcos River, providing a peaceful and fun-filled destination perfect for families and children. Faithful TACO customers like you make miracles like this happen, and we couldn’t be more thankful. To learn more about Pecan Park, stop by their website.

Whether you’re looking to hook up an RV, rent a cottage or pop a tent, Texas Campgrounds include parks that offer a variety of sites and campground experiences. Stop by the Texas Campgrounds website to enter your name into a quarterly drawing to win a $250 Valero gift card, and to find more information about your next camping destination.

Discounted Camping at Thousand Trails

Posted on: April 21st, 2015 by admin No Comments

Tune 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.

thousandThis week’s interview features a conversation with Terry Munoz from Thousand Trails RV Resort. Thousand Trails is a corporately owned network of campgrounds across the U.S., with seven locations in Texas. All properties are located on lakes and rivers, which provide plenty of opportunity for family-friendly fun.

The name derives from the original owner in Washington who bought a piece of land and cut trails in it to ride his motorcycle. He added camping sites and the business grew, expanding to other states. Thousand Trails is a unique way to camp and save money doing it. If you’re an avid camper or RVer, check out their Annual Membership Pass. The pass requires an annual fee and gives you year-round camping access to any Thousand Trails property, as well as discounts on cabins, cottages and rentals. Terry Munoz says the pass includes 30 days of free camping and nightly rates as low as $3.

Thousand Trails campgrounds attract Winter Texans and other snowbirds who love to escape the colder seasons. There is also a large population of families at their campgrounds, who seek to spend time in the outdoors and make memories on vacation. Every property features planned activities and abundant wildlife, so there is plenty to do and see.

To find a Thousand Trails property near you, 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.

Texas Attractions: Willow City Loop

Posted on: March 14th, 2013 by admin No Comments

If the different types of landscapes in the state were to enter a beauty contest, undoubtedly two of the top contenders for the crown would be the majestic mountainous area of West Texas and the tall pine forests of East Texas. But perhaps the contestant that would be impossible to beat would be Willow City Loop, an amazing 13-mile stretch of road near Fredericksburg that will blow you away.

The surreal scenery through this unique geographical area features rugged terrain of hills and canyons, live oak trees and an abundance of wildlife. While it is beautiful any time of year, in the wildflower season of March and April it is a little piece of Heaven. A vast profusion of bluebonnets and other colorful blooms cover the meadows, creating an effect that is gorgeous beyond description.

Any visit to Texas Hill Country would not be complete without traveling this road. Moreover, the area is not only near Fredericksburg but is a drivable distance to New Braunfels, both of which are interesting towns to explore.

You can locate a park close to this attraction by visiting TexasCampgrounds.com and clicking on the Find a Park page. Click on “Search by City” then select Fredericksburg. Several campgrounds are in town, two of which are Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park and Texas Wine Country. Our secure site makes it easy to reserve a spot.

Texas Attractions: Fredericksburg

Posted on: December 28th, 2012 by admin No Comments

Deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country is Fredericksburg, a gem of a small town with a German heritage that remains very evident to this day. If you were to canvas the depth and breadth of our nation, it would be difficult to find a place where you can hear oom-pah music or a lively polka played by musicians who specialize in this area. Yet it can be occasionally enjoyed here and in other towns in the German section of Texas.

And the German influence isn’t confined to entertainment but is manifested in the food as well. Step into the Old German Bakery and get a whiff of the intoxicating aroma of fresh baked bread. Try one of the German pancakes, pastries or sausage rolls. Also, for lunch or dinner, the town offers several eateries that serve up authentic dishes from the old country.

In addition to music and food that has an old world influence, the town has St. Mary’s Catholic Church, a breathtakingly beautiful place of worship. Although it is small, it has a cathedral-like European old world feel.

To locate an RV park close to this town, click on the Fredericksburg page of our site.. Oakwood RV Park or Fredericksburg RV Park are two of several parks in the area. Or you could use the Find a Park tool on TexasCampgrounds.com. It is easy to make a reservation through our secure site.

Central Texas offers rolling hills, dynamic history

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

Stephen F. Austin settled the land that includes his namesake, and the Texas state capitol city. The region’s beautiful natural scenery and historic sites draw people to the Hill Country every year to camp, swim, hike, eat and shop in the heart of Texas.

The springtime especially brings visitors to see the wildflowers that grow along Texas highways and fields. Whether you’re camping near Lake Travis, central Austin or closer to San Marcos, there is plenty to do both outdoors and inside.

Lake Travis and Lake Austin provide boating, kayaking, hiking, zip lining, cycling and more at the many parks by the lake. Visit the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center to get a glimpse of the area’s most beautiful plant life, and take a dinner cruise to see the bats come out from under Congress Bridge.

Visit the Domain, Round Rock or San Marcos outlets for shopping, in addition to various boutiques around town. And head to the Salt Lick in Dripping Springs for the best BBQ you’ll ever taste. For more urban dining, head downtown for sushi, Mexican, seafood, steak or any other gourmet food you can dream of.

Don’t forget to stop by the Texas state Capitol, the University of Texas tower and the Bob Bullock Museum to learn about Central Texas history. And take a drive through Mount Bonnell and stop at the Cover Park overlook for views to take your breath away.

When you’re ready to plan your visit to the beautiful and historic Hill Country, browse hundreds of Central Texas RV parks and resorts on our Find A Park feature on TexasCampgrounds.com. You won’t regret it, and you certainly won’t forget it!

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