Sun RV Resorts in the Rio Grande Valley

Sun RV Resorts in the Rio Grande Valley

February 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

The Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas, also known as The Valley, is a growing hot spot for Winter Texans that flock to this region every year. Casa del Valle, Kenwood and Snow to Sun are three premier Sun RV Resorts, located in the heart of The Valley, that offer complete amenity packages in fantastic [...]

Medina Highpoint Resort

Medina Highpoint Resort

January 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Medina Highpoint Resort is an RVC resort that offers guests a luxurious, scenic RV park experience amid the gently rolling terrain of Texas Hill Country on Robertson Creek. With an elevation of 2,000 feet at its highest point, the resort boasts spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Amenities include a large infinity swimming pool, free [...]

Where The Snowbirds Fly

Where The Snowbirds Fly

January 31, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

by David & Ritsuko Robinson Every autumn, instinct drives millions of birds south to wait out the winter. Think Mother Nature has the right idea? Something more than instinct drives a different bird south to escape the cold—“snowbirds”, who pull up stakes and flee the snow, sleet, rain and cold up north to winter in [...]

Touring Texas

Touring Texas

December 29, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

RVing through the Lone Star State by Lee Barnathan Stop for a moment and play a word-association game. The word is Texas. What comes to mind? Probably a thousand different words, but very likely something related to the enormity, vastness and gigantic expanse of our nation’s 28th state. At 266,807 square miles, it’s larger than [...]

San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas

December 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

by Lee Barnathan  When you think of San Antonio, the Alamo and the River Walk may immediately come to mind. While those are two major reasons people come to visit this city of more than 1 million people—the eighth largest city in the country, surpassing Dallas — in San Antonio there’s more to do than visiting the [...]

Texas Hill Country – RV Camping

Texas Hill Country – RV Camping

December 27, 2010 by · 8 Comments 

by Dee Reed Imagine a region in the Lone Star State that offers you miles of natural beauty, recreational areas, and activity options including camping, fishing, hunting, boating, skiing, motorcycling, bird-watching, and bicycling. There are caverns, castles, aquariums, river runs, scenic drives, and Stonehenge II. In addition, quaint towns and large cities dot the area. [...]

Change of Heart in the Heart of Texas

Change of Heart in the Heart of Texas

September 17, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

Last winter, while vacationing in South Padre Island, Texas, the air dryer in my 2000 Bounder motorhome failed and I was stuck at the campground. Good Sam Emergency Road Service towed my motorhome to Tire One Truck and Trailer Shop in Brownsville. Tire One’s owner said he’d change the air dryer kit and the compressor [...]