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Old 10-15-2014, 02:38 PM   #1
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Can I park under the bridge on 183 south of town next to the river and historical marker?
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Old 10-16-2014, 01:54 PM   #2
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I looked at it on Google Earth and it looks like a perfect place to park. Let us know if it works out.

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Can I park under the bridge on 183 south of town next to the river and historical marker?
I agree it looks perfect. I went to Google Earth, Street View and all looks good. I'd watch the clearance overhead, the spots closer to the river look to have the best clearance.
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I called the chamber and was told the city owns the park just south of town and there is ordnance about parking anywhere other than there, not even for the day. So we have spend our money in Cuero Tx, great spot!
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I called the chamber and was told the city owns the park just south of town and there is ordnance about parking anywhere other than there, not even for the day. So we have spend our money in Cuero Tx, great spot!
Cuero, Texas. The turkey capital of the world? Home of Ruby Begonia?

Never been there, but had to look it up. Also voted as one of the 'coolest small towns in America' by Budget Travel Magazine in 2010.

Now I guess we'll have to go there on our travels some day. Have fun.
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Always wanted a piece of land outside Cuero, with RV barn on it. Day trip close to beach, San Antonio, and Houston. Mild winters. And another piece of land with RV barn in the mountains of NM or Colorado, for the summer heat (or lack thereof). And of course from Cuero, it is only 30 minutes to the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner. ☺

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We found the park to be very friendly and the towns people also...
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