Visit Exciting San Antonio

San Antonio is a very exciting city, and it has something of interest to everyone. Events on the horizon include baseball spring training, SeaWorld’s Wild Days, Mardi Gras and Fiesta.


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Big League Weekend

Every year baseball fans look forward to spring training, when they can watch teams prepare for the upcoming season’s games. During Big League Weekend on March 17 to 19, you can watch the Texas Rangers face the Cleveland Indians at the Alamadome downtown. Tickets may be purchased on the website.

Wild Days

SeaWorld’s Wild Days is scheduled on the weekends between March 4 and 26, as well as the entire week of March 11 to 19. Celebrity wildlife experts will be on hand to introduce visitors to the wonders of the animal kingdom, and opportunities for close-up looks at the native wildlife of Texas will be presented. The gala will also include entertaining shows, children’s activities and a high-energy lumberjack competition. Aside from the events associated with Wild Days, you can enjoy the rides and other attractions at SeaWorld.

Mardi Gras Festival

Six Flags Fiesta Texas will host the Mardi Gras Festival on March 24 to April 30. It will involve a parade of street floats and marching bands, along with themed food like beignets. Visiting Six Flags is always fun, but the New Orleans-style party will make it extra special.


The city’s Fiesta will be held on April 20 to 30. This major celebration is multifaceted, offering a broad spectrum of diverse events. It will include parades, pageants and music, in addition to patriotic, athletic and cultural activities.

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Play a trip to San Antonio KOA, so you can take in all the wonderful sights of this great city of the Southwest. To reserve your spot, call 800-562-7783. For information, visit our website, call 210-224-9296 or email The address is 602 Gembler Road in San Antonio, Texas.

West Texas Festivals

Plan a late winter camping trip to the great city of Abilene. It has interesting attractions such as Frontier Texas and Buffalo Gap Historic Village, along with the zoo and several museums. In addition, two major events are coming up – Outlaws and Legends and the Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup.



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Outlaws and Legends

March 31 and April 1 are the dates of a music festival called Outlaws and Legends. Quite a big local gala, it has been featured in Texas Monthly, Texas Highways and other publications. Attending the concerts is a nice way to relax and celebrate Texas Independence Day. A few of the performing artists scheduled for this year’s event include Lee Ann Womack, Cody Johnson, Mark Chesnutt and Kevin Fowler.

Click here to purchase tickets. The location is The Back Porch of Texas at 3350 N. Clack Street in Abilene.

Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup

Where else but in West Texas can you attend a rattlesnake parade and watch a snake-eating contest! On March 10 to 12, Sweetwater will host the World’s Largest Rattlesnake Roundup, an event that will also include a carnival, guided hunts, dance and cook-off. It will be held at the Nolan County Coliseum at 1699 Cypress in Sweetwater.

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We’d like to introduce Lowell and Rosanne Forbes as our new General Managers. They look forward to meeting you.

Spring is a busy time at Abilene KOA, so book early. We have a new Park Model RV that houses five to seven people, and it has its own private bathroom! Call 800-562-3651 to make reservations. For information, visit our website, call 325-672-3681 or email The address is 4851 West Stamford Street in Abilene, Texas.

Tour Texas Hill Country

Kerrville makes a good home base when touring beautiful Texas Hill Country.


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One day you could visit Stonehenge, an art project that replicates the mysterious stones of England. On another day, you could drive to Bandera, a town called the Texas Cowboy Capital of the World. A third day trip could take you to Fredericksburg, a charming town settled by German immigrants.

Entertainment at Cailloux Theater

While Kerrville is close to several interesting spots, you needn’t leave the city limits to find entertainment. The Cailloux Theater will be offering the following shows within the coming weeks:

  • A tribute to Hank Williams, the renowned singer who greatly influenced country music, will be presented on February 11.
  • February 23 is the date of a Symphony of the Hills concert called Invitation to the Dance. The program will include music by Strauss and an array of other composers.
  • Popular singers Robert Earl Keen and Lee Ann Womack will give a concert on March 4.

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Aside from attending events at the Cailloux Theater, you’ll find other pleasant pursuits in town. These include visiting parks and museums, as well as golfing and shopping at specialty stores. A favorite pastime in spring is to drive along the winding country roads to admire the wildflowers blooming in the fields.

To make reservations at Kerrville KOA, call 800-562-1665 or visit our website. For information, call 830-895-1665 or email Our address is 2400 Goat Creek Road in Kerrville, Texas.

Coming Soon to Austin

Leander/NW Austin KOA lies in an area of Texas near beautiful lakes and rolling hills, which makes it a relaxing camping destination.


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Yet it is also a short drive from the entertainment, events and attractions of the city of Austin. Here is what to expect in the coming weeks.

RV Expo Show 2017

Whether you’re in the market for a new motorhome or you just want to see what the latest models look like, it will be fun to attend the RV Expo Show 2017 on February 16 to 19.The location is the Austin Convention Center at 500 E Cesar Chavez. Admission is $6 to $8.

Zilker Park Kite Festival

Take advantage of the windy weather of late winter by going to the Zilker Park Kite Festival on March 5. The free event will be a delightful day of music, food and kite flying. Trophies will be awarded for the winners of various contests, including the highest, steadiest and most unusual kite, along with the smallest and largest kite. The oldest and youngest kite flier will receive an award as well. Even if you prefer not to participate, the festivities will be fun to watch. The address of the park is 2100 Barton Springs Road.

South by Southwest 2017

Anyone who loves the arts will want to attend South by Southwest 2017, which will be held on March 10 to 19 in the Austin Convention Center. It is a large festival that showcases the interactive, film and music industries.

Rodeo Austin

March 11 to 25 are the dates of Rodeo Austin, one of the top events of its kind in the country. It’s quite an affair, as it will involve a carnival, food, shows and attractions. At the rodeo competitions, you can expect to see steer wrestling, bull riding, barrel racing and much more. The location is 9100 Decker Lake Road.

Cirque du Soleil

Mark your calendars for March 15 to 19, when the Cirque du Soleil will be presented at the H-E-B Center in Cedar Park. Tickets start at $46. The amazing skill of the performers makes the show wonderful entertainment.

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Call 888-562-3426 or visit our website to reserve your spot. For information, call 512-259-7200 or email Our address is 2689 Hero Way in Leander, Texas.

Remembering Buddy Holly

February 3 is the 58th anniversary of the plane crash that claimed the life of Buddy Holley, Lubbock’s favorite son. The Buddy Holly Center will commemorate the occasion with a special day of events.



From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., a 90-minute documentary of the music legend will be shown in the Fine Arts Gallery. It tells the story of the man whose songwriting and singing style impacted rock-and-roll and country music. Admission is free.

If weather permits, a museum curator will conduct guided trolley tours of local landmarks that played a role in Holly’s career. Tour times are 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and admission is $5.

The day also includes hands-on activities for all ages, including the opportunity for kids to touch musical instruments. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Cirque Eloize Saloon

On February 10 and 11, the Civic Center Theatre will present the Cirque Eloize Saloon. This unique tale is a captivating mix of acrobatics, music, theater and comedy. It is Texas entertainment at its finest. Showtimes are at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Tickets range from $40 to $60. The address is 1501 Mac Davis Lane.

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In addition to the above entertainment, you can enjoy basketball games at the local colleges during this time of year. To make reservations at Lubbock KOA, call 800-562-8643. For information, call 806-762-8653 or email Our address is 5502 County Road 6300 in Lubbock, Texas.

Oaklawn Opry

Saturday nights are special in Texarkana because of the Oaklawn Opry, which provides wholesome family music shows every week.


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While it specializes in traditional country songs, it also includes a little Gospel, old-time rock ‘n roll, bluegrass and comedy. The 25th Anniversary Show will be held on February 11, so you can expect quite a performance.

Admission is $10 for adults and $18 for couples. The doors open at 6 p.m., and the shows start at 7 p.m. It is located at 2729 New Boston Road, Suite 124.

Jordan World Circus

On February 20, the Jordan World Circus will be in town. This fun family event will involve awesome aerial acts and animal performances. Children can even ride or pet some of the critters.

You can choose from the 4:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. show. The address is the Four State Fair at 3700 E 50th Street.

Perot Theatre Events

The Perot Theatre is an absolutely beautiful venue for an array of local entertainment. Built in 1924, the historic building has been restored to its original magnificence. Coming events include a magic show, ragtime concert, play, opera and symphony concert. Attending any event here is a memorable experience.

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Don’t miss our RV park art gallery at Texarkana KOA. Reserve your spot by calling 888-562-5697 or by visiting our website. Call 903-792-5521 for information. We are located at 500 St Micheal Drive in Texarkana, Texas.

Stephens Performing Arts Center

When you visit San Angelo, you can expect great entertainment at Stephens Performing Arts Center, a local venue for concerts and plays.


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The following events are on the calendar for the next couple of months:

  • On January 28, the classic story of The Call of the Wild will enfold on stage. The tale of adventure and survival is heartbreaking and sometimes funny. Showtime is at 2 p.m.
  • The local thespians will present the off-Broadway play Pump Boys and Dinettes on February 11. It combines country and bluegrass music with foot stomping fun. Theatergoers can choose from the 3 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. show.
  • On March 26, the Quebe Sisters will perform. The three women are fiddling champions as well as singers who are pros in an array of genres. The concert starts at 3 p.m.

Get Fit: Healthy You Expo

The New Year’s resolutions people make in January often involve fitness. On January 21, a health expo will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sunset Mall. It will be a good opportunity to get some health screenings free of charge.

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San Angelo KOA is a good place to stay when exploring the city and visiting attractions such as the ASU Planetarium, Fort Concho, the Nature Center and Goodfellow AFB. You’re sure to have a good time, as you can fish at Lake Nasworthy and golf at one of the local courses.

To make reservations, call 800-562-7519 or visit our website; and to get information, call 325-949-3242 or email Our address is 6699 Knickerbocker Road.