Hidden Valley RV, a Little Piece of Country in San Antonio
Keeping San Antonio visitors up to date on what San Antonio has to offer and providing a relaxing and care free RV experience for all our friends and camping guests at Hidden Valley. Please use this forum for suggestions, to get San Antonio travel info, RV stories, travels, and RV hints. You may also contact us or request reservations by clicking on the links on the right margin. ........ Official Website: http://www.hiddenvalleyrvpark.com 210-623-6737 Email: info@HiddenValleyRVPark.com
a note about corona virus concerns: We take very seriously the health
and safety of our guests, extended stay guests and team members. We are
monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and the impact it has on all of us.
We are following all the guidelines set out by the local and state
health officials for prevention of spreading the virus as well as taking
all necessary precautions in accordance with the CDC in regards to
keeping our premises clean.
though some of our facilities (bath houses, clubhouse, pavilion) are closed till
further notice and our group activities are suspended, we intend to
remain open as an RV Park to serve our guests. Our office hours are
also reduced for the protection of both team members and guests but we
are working remotely to be available to serve our guests and answer all
concerns. If at all possible please make reservations and payment online for protection of both guests and team members.If you would prefer to make a reservation over the phone you may do so by making the payment in full with a credit card.
We wish you and your loved ones good health in the weeks to come. Please reach out to us with any questions or needs.
That's right, 'gotta love the Alamo, but there's a new favorite stop on our tourist
to-dos—actually, for everyone’s to-dos. See the San Fernando Cathedral
like never before during this 24-minute show by French artist Xavier De
Richemont, in which lights projected onto the cathedral and period related music tell the story of San Antonio from its beginning to today.'
A Little History and Interesting Facts
On June 13, 2014, San Antonio debuted "San Antonio| The Saga" a captivating video art music
The world’s largest
bat colony is right here in Texas!
Bracken Cave is the summer home of over 15 million Mexican free-tailed
bats making it the largest bat colony in the world as well as one of the
highest concentrations on earth of mammals in general.It is a key maternity site for this species,
and females congregate there each year to give birth and rear their young.Most males roost elsewhere in smaller groups.
you’re a first-time RVer or someone who's been on the road for years,
taking a few pieces of advice from Full Time RVers wherever you go is
never a bad idea. A digital RV magazine, "Mobile RVing" sat down with a few full-time travelers to ask them
about their best pieces of advice for anyone who enjoys a good trip on
the road or wants to see the world behind the steering wheel. Thought I'd share them.
Here are some of the best tips they revealed to make your traveling safer, more fun, and enjoyable!
“Make sure your sewer pipe is properly secured into the dump
pipe before opening your black tank. Don’t ask how I know.” -- Jimmy Le,
There are many things to think about that could scare you out of the full time RV life, especially when wondering about healthcare and the well-being of yourself and family.While you can always take advantage of the Affordable Care Act, insurance from a remote job or a private provider, another option available is RVhealth.com.
We all love traveling with our loyal fur companions but with other people doing the same, there is the chance of them not getting along. While many people think their dogs are "not the type" to show aggression towards others dogs, many ARE the type, especially younger dogs that have not yet developed good behavior around unknown people and animals.
When walking your dog or bringing them to a park with others you usually can tell when a dog is not
Come join our beautiful city in kicking off the festival to cure your cravings!
The event is taking place Noon to Midnight on May 25th at the Nelson Wolff Stadium off of Highway 90, only a 15 minute drive from Hidden Valley. Tickets are $20 with kids 12 and under for free.
•Two stages of non-stop jams
•30 of the best taco vendors in Texas
•Frozen, rocks, and hand crafted margaritas
•Tequila shots and tastings
•Boutique and artisan vendors
•Lucha Libre live wrestling
If you need any accommodations to attend this festival give us a call at (210) 623-6737 or request an RV site on the web at the Hidden Valley RV Park!
All RVers are welcome to register to attend. There's a sign up list at the Trading Post or you may call the office.
If possible please let us know what you plan to bring so we don't duplicate too much. Any side dish or dessert is fine.
Location will be given when you register. You may register at the Trading Post or you may register here on this post. Comment below with what you'll be bringing and we'll call you with the location. Your signing up will help us know how many to plan and cook for. Thank you.
You are welcome to bring adult beverages if you desire. We'll provide sweet iced tea and coffee.
Look forward to sharing with y'all!
REGISTER BY LISTING YOUR SIDE DISH OR DESSERT IN THE COMMENTS BELOW
While RVing we don’t think that someone will try to steal from us. Why would they when we would happily give them anything they need from a cup of coffee, tools to repair the rig, or even cash if they needed it and were in a bind at the moment. Although RVing engenders a healthy and welcomed attitude of trust among fellow RVers, there is always a possibility