A local festival coming up in nearby New Braunfels that will interest campers at Stone Creek RV Park is Wurstfest, a German event offering visitors the finest in Bavarian and Alpine entertainment. The festivities will begin on November 2 at 4 p.m. and continue through November 11, giving the community 10 glorious days of celebration. Visitors can see chair top dancing, hear lively polkas and eat an array of food that includes German specialties as well as American food. Even a yodeler is on the agenda.

Events in the community associated with the Wurstfest theme include “Alice in Wursterland” at the Circle Arts Theatre, Kunsthalle, which is an arts and crafts fair, and the Wurstfest Regatta, a boat race on Canyon Lake. Other events include the Skat Tournament, a German card game in Landa Park, in addition to the Wurstfest International Walk Fest.

Attendees will enjoy this wonderful festival that showcases the culture of Germany. Visit our website and make your reservations today.


Singing the Blues Music Festival

Augie Meyers. Grammy award winner, will be the featured singer at the Singing the Blues Music Festival on October 27 at the Sunken Garden Theatre in San Antonio. Campers at Stone Creek RV Park who attend this event can also listen to the performances of Ruben V and Bobby Mack while they enjoy South Texas food from the participating vendors.

On the evening of October 26, The Playhouse in San Antonio will present Greater Tuna, a hilarious play set in the fictional town of Tuna, Texas. The production is sure to keep you in stitches as the actors portray eccentric characters in a story that is a mixture of satire and affectionate comment on Southern life.

Back in Schertz, when you want a meal out, try Abel’s Diner, an eatery with fresh, delicious homemade specials. The good home cooking and attentive service is a winning combination.

We invite you to stay with us when you vacation in Texas Hill Country or San Antonio. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.

Landa Park

An ideal spot for a nature walk or picnic is Landa Park in New Braunfels, an easy drive from Stone Creek RV Park. An outing here would be enjoyable for the entire family, as the park has paddle boats, train rides and well-maintained playground equipment for children. Moreover, on a warm day, nothing could be more refreshing than a swim in the spring-fed Olympic sized pool.

In addition to providing a place for exercise and boisterous activity, it is also conducive for quiet reflection. Bring a picnic lunch and relax while you take in the beautiful scenery, occasionally spotting a squirrel or perhaps even a deer.

Before you leave New Braunfels, stop at the century-old Naegelin’s Bakery, where you can get fresh baked German treats such as apple strudel, gingerbread men or soft pretzels. You will savor every bite and want to try one of everything at this gem of an eatery.

When vacationing in our area, you’ll want to make at least one trip to New Braunfels. Visit our website and book your spot today.


On October 12 through 14, campers at Stone Creek RV Park can drive into San Antonio to attend Oktoberfest, a wonderful celebration full of German music, food and dancing. Touted as “a bit of Germany in the heart of Texas,” the event will be held at The Beethoven Halle und Garten, located downtown in the King William District.

You will be transported to this country while watching Volkstanz Verein, a folk dancing group, and listening to a mixed chorus and children’s chorus, as well as separate men’s and women’s choruses. German dishes like Reuben sandwiches and potato pancakes will also be available.

Another place to visit in San Antonio is Louis Tussaud’s Waxworkst, a wax museum that houses over 200 life-like figures. You can enter the world of Hollywood stars, historical figures and fantasy at this fun family attraction located very close to The Alamo.

Our park is close to the San Antonio area, which offers visitors many entertainment options. Visit our website and make your reservations today.

River Walk

Once described as “The American Venice,” the River Walk is a series of interconnecting walkways on the banks of the San Antonio River. Campers at Stone Creek RV park will enjoy this public park that is built one story underneath the downtown area of the city, blending aspects of Native American, Old Mexico and Wild West culture together into an appealing melting pot that is distinctly San Antonian.

Every year millions of people visit this urban sanctuary of lush landscapes, quiet ponds and relaxing outdoor patios. This park connects major attractions like The Alamo and San Fernando Cathedral, and it is home to shops, restaurants and hotels, creating a vibrant hub in the city.

Touring this pedestrian walkway on foot by day is charming, while touring the park from the vantage point of a boat by night is enchanting. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.