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Old 08-10-2009, 07:03 PM   #1
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Looking for Texas Hill country winter hangout

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My wife and I are looking for a nice park in the Hill Country, with some good activity, suitable for spending the winter months. We are retired full timers. Any recomendations? Thanks for sharing your ideas. Dave
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Try this:

We spent parts of 3 winters here before we bought a winter home in the area.......Great local restaurants,,,,,,,location to explore hill country,,,,,,,all the amenities anyone needs...........About 50 miles to San Antonio,,,,,120 to Austin,,,,,,,

Good Luck on your venture.
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Old 08-11-2009, 07:00 AM   #3
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In addition to Guadalupe River in Kerrville, I'll throw out a few more you can investigate:

- Buckhorn Lake RV Resort - Kerrville

- Fredericksburg RV Park - Fredericksburg

- Alamo Fiesta RV Resort - Boerne

There are more "urban" parks in San Antonio proper and more "rustic" parks in/near smaller towns such as Bandera, Stonewall and Johnson City, an example being Miller Creek RV Park. It all depends what you're looking for.

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Braunig Lake RV Resort just 6 or so miles south of downtown San Antonio. Full Passport America discount park. I would only stay in the "K" and "L" rows, which is considered premium if I were to stay there for any long length of time.

When you live in Texas, nothing is far away.

San Antonio is a fun city. Day trip to most of the places mentioned in the thread, plus Corpus Christie for a day.
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I second the recommendation for Buckhorn Lake. Wonderful park.
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I would recommend the BuckHorn in Kerrville. Stayed for a winter and going back this one. great park!!!
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281 RV Park

We stay at the 281 RV park in Bulverde, TX, which is about 12 miles north of San Antonio (on highway 281). About one/half of the spaces are occupied by folks who live there year round. They have a club house with regular activities and a nice chapel with Sunday services. They do have wi fi and good laundry facilities. This CG is a good gateway to the hill country and the San Antonio attractions. The staff is friendly and many of the spaces are shaded. It has become our "home away from home."
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