San Antonio Botanical Garden

The San Antonio Botanical Garden is an ideal setting to relax and enjoy the manifold beauties of the plant world. Campers at Stone Creek RV Park can plan to spend an entire afternoon, as the attraction houses a number of themed gardens, as well as exhibits and architecture.

Gardens include the Old Fashioned Garden, containing older flower varieties, and the Rose Garden, which emits an intoxicating fragrance. The Sensory Garden permits visitors to engage their sense of touch and smell, while the Kumamoto En garden, a gift from Japan, showcases a Japanese influence with finely crafted structures. The Texas Native Trail displays plants from different ecological areas of the state, and the Lucile Halsell Conservatory exhibits botanicals from diverse regions of the globe.

The attraction provides a glimpse into the early days of Texas history through different architectural structures, including a log cabin, modest German homestead and grand carriage house. Another charming feature is Watersaver Lane, which is a neighborhood of miniature cottages constructed in different architectural styles. Have lunch at the bistro, where you can indulge your inner foodie with wonderful meals made from scratch using fresh ingredients.

We welcome you to our park, which is near so many interesting things to do in San Antonio. Visit our website and make your reservations today.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

A local theme park that has something special for the entire family is Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio. Only about 25 miles from Stone Creek RV Park, it offers a broad spectrum of rides, entertainment and fun.

Entertainment includes Latin music, country music and 50s rock, as well as Broadway tunes, children’s shows and fireworks. Aside from an extensive water park, the area has thrilling rides for adventure seekers, along with tamer rides for families and children.

The fun continues in the shopping area, where you can get a caricature painting of yourself or pose in period costumes for an antique photo. In addition to the shopping area, you can visit themed areas that include a western town, a German village and an area devoted to the 50s, where you can go to Pete’s Eats Diner and turn on the jukebox.  Food vendors are throughout the park and include, but are not limited to BBQ, pizza and ice cream treats.

Visiting this major theme park will be loads of fun. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.

Sea World

Sea World is a fabulous San Antonio attraction within easy driving distance of Stone Creek RV Park that provides fascinating exhibits, entertaining shows and fun rides. Plan to stay a whole day, so you’ll have time to see everything.

Some of the shows are multisensory experiences that educate, as well as inspire. The One Ocean show takes you on a journey into the depths of the sea, drenching your senses as you encounter the rhythms of the water and vivid colors of sea creatures. Exhibits include Dolphin Cove and Penguin Encounter, along with a mesmerizing coral reef and 450,000-gallon shark habitat.

Good eats abound throughout the area. In addition to several cafes, you can go to Showtime Picnic and eat a box lunch while watching a show. When you only need a snack, visit one of the ice cream parlors or bakery, where you can cool off with a root beer float or satisfy your sweet tooth with a piece of decadent fudge.

This wonderful place is one of the area’s top attractions. Visit our website and book your spot today.

Historic Gruene District

A visit to the Historic Gruene District will transport you back in time, as the village retains the appearance of a quaint 19th century community. Campers at Stone Creek RV Park will enjoy exploring this area, which was settled by German immigrants in the 1840s and is now considered a premier tourist attraction by the Texas travel industry. A popular shopping and entertainment destination, the town has been placed into the National Register of Historic Places.

One of the highlights of your visit will be a stop at Gruene General Store, known as one of the top 40 places to see in Texas. An establishment where time has seemed to stand still, the yesteryear ambiance is undeniably charming. It even has an old-fashioned soda fountain where you can order ice cream.

Browse through the antique stores and other interesting spots in town, and then end your day at Gruene Hall, known as the oldest dance hall in Texas. Reportedly, it has helped jump start the musical career of many artists.

Your excursion to this unique gem in Texas hill country will be relaxing and enjoyable. Visit our website and make your reservations today.

Natural Bridge Caverns Adventure

If you are in the mood for an exciting adventure, make a trip to Natural Bridge Caverns, undisputedly one of the state’s most treasured attractions.  Only about a half hour’s drive from Stone Creek RV Park, it is well worth the trip. As you enter this underground wonderland, you’ll be entranced and amazed by the beautiful limestone formations hidden within this network of caves.

The attraction offers you a choice of several different tours. Most popular is the Discovery Tour, in which a guide will lead you through a half mile of spectacular, unforgettable sights. The Hidden Passages Tour involves rare and delicate formations, as well as the use of light and darkness to enhance your adventure. Perhaps most romantic of all is the Lantern Tour, where you will walk along winding passages lit only by the glow of the lantern you are carrying. Those who desire a hands-on experience can even pan for gems and minerals.

Truly, this is one attraction you won’t want to miss. Visit our website and book your spot today.