Welcome to San Antonio and all our surrounding towns. Our history and culture makes this city one of the most hospitable places on earth and we want to share it with you. Our city has hundreds of hotels, motels, B & B's and RV Parks to accommodate you and your family and while visiting you'll find activities and attractions to please every family member. Hidden Valley RV, our San Antonio RV Park will be happy to help you plan a memorable visit to our city. Call us at 210-623-6737 or visit our website at HiddenValleyRV.net
We RVers love our pets. Our cats and dogs are part of the family, but that doesn't mean we can feed them the same things we eat. Foods that are safe for humans can be toxic or even deadly to your pet. I'm glad to know of these because my thrifty "waste nothing" nature has often caused me to pass along leftovers to my pets, especially when RVing since the refrigerator is smaller and accommodates less leftovers. Here are some of the foods to never give your furry companion, courtesy of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. You've probably heard of some of these but many were a surprise to me.
The one man show titled, Shatner's World: We Just Live In It, will take you on a voyage through William Shatner's life and career from Shakespearean stage actor to internationally known icon and raconteur known as much for his unique persona…...
Sounds like a great show and I love the Majestic Theater, Wednesday January 9th
Being that we're in the country we always had to drive to get pizza. Now, the Dominoes pizzeria which is located at 6335 Old Pearsall Road now delivers to Hidden Valley RV in the city of Von Ormy. Mamma Mia! 210-278-9909
SOUTHTOWN. Don't miss this part of San Antonio when you visit. It includes the King William District, The San Antonio Missions and the Artsy flavor of Blue Star Contemporary. Visit the street food -food trucks, the Liberty Bar (Convent turned eatery) and the German Beethoven Mannerchor neighborhood. San Antonio Southtown video (26 min) >> http://thedaytripper.com/daytrip/san-antonio-tx/
Truly a Texas icon, this famous attraction in New Braunfels, Texas, is not to be missed. While it's one of many convenience stores in Texas, it lives up to the Texas saying "everything's bigger in Texas.
For over 50 years Barney Smith, retired master plumber, has turned toilet seats into works of art. He creates in his garage, and loves visitors. Barney turned 92 in 2013. At last count he had completed 1,069 toilet seats.
If your just passing through or stayin a while near San Antonio, don't miss this quirky attraction guaranteed to please.
If you are in San Antonio for New Years Eve, everyone should experience Celebrate San Antonio at least once. Consider reserving a Riverside table at one of the River Walk restaurants and seeing the festivities in style. http://www.saparksfoundation.org/celebrate_sa.html
Holiday events: Trees, lighting displays and moreSan Antonio ExpressThis Nov.2011 photo provided by Busch Gardens Williamsburg shows the theme park's Christmas Town, which returns this year for a fourth season, with six million lights adorning...
Remember the Alamo but don't forget the other famous historic Missions of San Antonio. Visiting San Antonio soon and need some FREE things to do? The Hidden Valley blog is stuffed with ideas for day trips, downtown jaunts, offbeat but unique attractions and local favorites
Skip the restaurants and retail shops on the south side of the River Walk near Commerce Street—not only are they often gimmicky and overpriced, they also lack an authentic flavor of San Antonio. Instead head to the north ...