On your next Texan adventure, saddle up and enjoy the ride in one of our San Antonio RV rentals from Cruise America. Visit the Alamo, where Texas history is celebrated and remembered. Explore the River Walk, where local restaurants and shops line waterways that wind through downtown. Satisfy your taste buds with the city’s unique Tex-Mex cuisine. Experience an Eastern retreat at the San Antonio Japanese Tea Gardens. Take a walk through downtown, where entertainment is waiting for you any time of day.
If you want to take a daytrip and venture out in your rental RV, consider some of these suggestions:
When the heat starts to rule the days and you feel like you might melt, you can always count on your Cruise America RV`s air conditioning. Or, as an outdoor alternative, you might try heading to Krause Springs. It`s just 90 miles north of San Antonio via US-281 N (just down the road from Willie Nelson`s ranch), and it`s known as one of most treasured swimming holes in Texas. The water is crystal clear, and its temperature remains a cool 68 degrees. This 115-acre property is listed on the National Registry of Historical Sites. Not only is there amazing cool-down swimming, there are great camping sites for your RV, complete with water and power hookups. As long as we`re on the subject of swimming, Hamilton Pool is about 30 miles down the road. This is another gemstone of a waterhole. It is an out-of-the-way hidden grotto once used and revered by the Native Americans. The pool features a 50-foot waterfall and a great deal of shade. How can it get more relaxing than that?
For more of a romantic getaway, you might want to visit Castroville, affectionately referred to as "The Little Alsace of Texas. When you visit this quaint treasure, you would swear you`ve been transported to the countryside of France. It`s as though time has forgotten this town. It`s a great place for a relaxing day filled with history, antiquing and natural beauty. Thanks to the Alsatian-style cottages, you get a romantic, historical vibe all throughout the town. There are self-guided tours, on which you`ll see more than 60 classic abodes, including the renowned Steinbach house (the oldest structure in Texas). It`s a house from the 17th century that was brought over from Wahlbach, France as a gift from the people of Alsace. Just an idea ... maybe prepare a picnic lunch in your motorhome and dine on the banks of the rustic, emerald-green Medina River. To get there from San Antonio, just take US-90 W for 26 miles.
Wherever you go, make it a trip to remember in a San Antonio motorhome rental from Cruise America.