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.


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.

Outlet Shopping in San Marcos

An outstanding shopping area in San Marcos is only 18 miles from Stone Creek RV Park – Tanger Outlet Center and Prime Outlet Mall. A visit to these outlets provides a good opportunity to beat the Christmas rush by getting your shopping in early at a place that provides good bargains and great variety.

The array of merchandise will offer something for every taste and budget, ranging from the high-end shops like Gucci and Prada to shops like Old Navy. As the outlets contain too many stores to visit in a day, it is best to stop at the directory first and make a list of your preferences.

When you’re ready to stop for a quick bite, an abundance of fast food places are scattered throughout, such as Taco Bell or Wendy’s. If you prefer a restaurant where you can relax and enjoy a nice meal, eateries like Outback Steakhouse and Crackle Barrel are also available.

Come stay at our park, which is close to many attractions in the area. Visit our website and reserve your spot today.

Cascade Caverns

Escape the sizzling August heat by entering the cool corridors of Cascade Caverns, which nature maintains at a comfortable 64 degrees. Less than an hour’s drive from Stone Creek RV Park, this beautiful underground wonder provides fascinating views of stalactite formations and a 90-foot waterfall. After the educational tour, plan to linger a while and enjoy the 105-acre park’s nature trails, playground and gift shop.

While in the town of Berne, treat yourself to breakfast, lunch or a scrumptious German confection at Bear Moon Bakery and Café. Try some of the amazing bear claws, snickerdoodle cookies or other pastries that melt in your mouth, baked in the Central Texas German tradition. In addition to the delectables, you’ll enjoy the charming ambiance, enhanced by old wooden floors and intimate sitting areas.

Many interesting attractions are close to our park. Visit our website and make your reservations 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.