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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via Texas Monthly

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.

Fiesta

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.

Stay With Us

Plan 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 info@sanantoniokoa.com. The address is 602 Gembler Road in San Antonio, Texas.

Explore the River Walk

Make a trip to San Antonio, a great city of the Southwest that offers visitors a wealth of interesting things to see. One of the hot spots in town is the River Walk, a place that Ernie Pyle once called “the American Venice.”

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via The Riverwalk San Antonio

You’ll have a fantastic time exploring this area of shops, galleries, attractions and restaurants. It is a delightful melding of the sights, sounds and tastes of the cultures that make up the city. People watching is a popular pursuit here. While some parts of the walk are vibrant and busy, others are peaceful and quiet. Plan to spend some time here.

River Walk Boat Tours

Taking a boat ride down the river is a relaxing way to see the area. The tours are 35-minutes long and cover one and a half miles. You could also take a sunset cruise or a dinner cruise catered by one of the restaurants.

River Walk Fall Arts & Crafts Show

The River Walk will be especially fun to visit on October 7 to 9 at the Fall Arts and Crafts Show. The handmade, unique items on display will present a good opportunity to do some shopping.

Stay With Us

When vacationing in the area, we invite you to stay at lovely San Antonio KOA, which is set amid 40 acres of pecan trees. To reserve your spot, call 800-562-7783. For information, visit our website, call 210-224-9296 or email info@sanantoniokoa.com. The address is 602 Gembler Road in San Antonio, Texas.

Spring Over to San Antonio

Spring Break is right around the corner, and even if you don’t have an official week off, it’s not too late to come out to San Antonio and appreciate the new season. With plenty to do and see, you’ll find something for everyone. Stay at San Antonio KOA as an alternative to a hotel, so you can spend more on making memories!

Alamo

alamo.pngThe most iconic landmark of San Antonio is one we’ll never forget. Come out to see this historical site and learn all about the Battle of the Alamo. The famous landmark has been preserved over the years, and you can snap some photos, step inside and refresh your history knowledge as you browse through exhibits. With special events happening all year, be sure to check out the website before you visit! 

River Walk

Located near the Alamo, the San Antonio River Walk is another must-see attraction. Situated on a beautiful river, this walk lights up at night, buzzes with vibrant energy throughout the day and houses some of the best shopping and Tex-Mex cuisine in the state. Come out for a stroll or hop on a riverboat to see San Antonio from a new perspective.

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Catch your thrills at Six Flags Fiesta Texas this season! Check out the new Superman Krypton Virtual Reality Coaster, Batman: the Ride and the Screamin’ Eagle Zipline. There are family rides, too, so hop on to Bugs’ White Water Rapids and Crow’s Nest with your kiddos. Snap some photos and head by the gift shop for keepsakes. 

SeaWorld

Make a splash this spring at SeaWorld San Antonio. Watch your favorite orcas, browse through aquariums, take a wild ride on the Steel Eel and munch on delicious food. You can even swim with sea lions or hang out with some penguins!

Stay With Us This Spring

San Antonio KOA, winner of the 2015 KOA Campground of the Year award, sits on a creek amid 40 acres of pecan trees just 10 minutes from downtown. City buses take you to the center of San Antonio’s history and culture, including the River Walk. Visit The Alamo and other Spanish missions, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld, Majestic Theatre, the zoo and museums. To reserve your spot at the San Antonio KOA, call (800) 562-7783 or for information call 800-562-7783 or visit our website.

 

Explore San Antonio’s Delicious Cuisine

If you’re craving great food and great adventure, it’s time to book a trip to San Antonio KOA. Our park is conveniently located near all of San Antonio’s thrilling attractions, live entertainment and delicious cuisine.

Screen Shot 2015-04-14 at 10.20.49 AMCulinaria Festival Week will take place May 13 – May 17 at various venues across San Antonio. Come out for five days of scrumptious foods, lively events, trendy food trucks, refreshing beer and champagne. Kick off the week on Wednesday with a fancy dinner cooked by San Antonio’s finest chefs. Dress in your best dinner attire and experience a beautiful evening at fine restaurants.

If you want something more casual, come out on Thursday for the Food Truck Event from 6 – 9 p.m. at H-E-B Alon Market. Admission for guests 21 and older is $10 and $5 for guests under 21. Admission for kids 5 and under is free. Food selection ranges from cupcakes to barbeque to crepes, so there’s something to satisfy every palate. Click here to purchase tickets for the event.

Catch the Best of Mexico, the Becker Luncheon and the Tequila Happy Hour on Friday, tastings on Saturday, and Burgers and Beer on Sunday. The week will be packed with deliciousness, so reserve your stay at San Antonio KOA and start making plans!

Enjoy Spring at San Antonio KOA

San Antonio KOA, winner of the 2015 KOA Campground of the Year award, sits on a creek amid 40 acres of pecan trees just 10 minutes from downtown. City buses take you to the center of San Antonio’s history and culture, including the River Walk. Visit The Alamo and other Spanish missions, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld, Majestic Theatre, the zoo and museums. To reserve your spot at the San Antonio KOA, call (800) 562-7783 or for information call 800-562-7783 or visit our website.

Restaurant Week Comes to San Antonio for a Good Cause

If you’re a culinary fanatic, it’s time to come out for some fantastic wining and dining in San Antonio!

Celebrate amazing San Antonio restaurants restaurantweekduring the week of August 16-23. Participating restaurants will offer fixed menus, which consist of three-course lunches and dinners for three different tiers.

Prices range from $8 to $35 and part of the proceeds go to a good cause.

San Antonio Restaurant Week benefits Culinaria, a non-profit organization dedicated to benefitting the San Antonio community by promoting it as an ideal wine and food destination. They offer culinary scholarships to San Antonio’s chefs who are experiencing personal hardships through the Chefs 4 Chefs program.

With each meal ordered specifically for Restaurant Week, restaurants will donate $1 for lunch and $2 for dinner to Culinaria and the programs it supports.

So come dine in San Antonio for a good cause, and stay with San Antonio KOA.

Book Your Visit Now

San Antonio KOA sits on a creek amid 40 acres of pecan trees just 10 minutes from downtown. City buses take you to the center of San Antonio’s history and culture, including the River Walk. Visit The Alamo and other Spanish missions, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld, Majestic Theatre, the zoo and museums. To reserve your spot at the San Antonio KOA, call (800)562-7783 or for information call 800-562-7783 or visit our website.

San Antonio Tours

AlamoSightseeingTours_featureA nice amenity that San Antonio KOA offers campers is concierge service for tours in the area. Alamo Sightseeing Tours has several options from which to choose, including Grand Tour and Hill Country Tour, as well as Reflections Tour and Wine Tour.

If you can only select one, you may want to pick the Grand Tour, as it hits some of the most important attractions and gives you a good feel for the city. Highlights include the Alamo, Mission San Jose and Japanese Sunken Gardens, in addition to Texas Ranger Museum, El Mercado and Buckhorn Saloon. An extra nice feature of the tour is a riverboat cruise.

The Hill Country Tour will take you along a scenic route to Fredericksburg, a charming town where the German heritage is very evident. It then continues on to Stonewall, where you can see the famous LBJ Ranch.

Another choice is the Reflections Tour, which is conducted in the afternoon and includes some of the highlights of the Grand Tour. The wine tour includes visits to three Hill Country wineries, along with a trip to Fredericksburg.

They are all so good that you may want to go on several of them. On the weekend of Dad’s Day the kids can stay free. Visit our website and book your spot today

Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail System

resized san antonioHere at San Antonio KOA, campers are a mere five miles away from the bustling downtown area with all of its major attractions, such as The Alamo, Sea World and the San Fernando Cathedral. Yet residents are also in an area where they can enjoy the peace and quiet of nature, being amidst 40 acres of pecan trees. After an exciting day of seeing the sights in town, it’s nice to return to this retreat.

The campground is next to the Greenway Trail System, an area where campers can get their exercise through walking in beautiful surroundings along San Antonio’s original river. Situated on the west side of the park, this multiuse trail system has lovely vistas of Salado Creek, surrounded by tall hardwood trees and rippling springs that come from the nearby hillside.

The trail is not hard to navigate, with jogging slopes covering 5 percent in a couple of areas. The length of the trail is 2.3 miles.

You couldn’t ask for a more idylic setting for a walk. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.