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Safer Summer Getaway Activities

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Safer Summer Getaway Activities in Texas

School is out, which means it’s officially summertime! It’s the season to get out and explore, but COVID-19 has made vacations a little bit tricky. Experts are saying our options are definitely limited, but not all hope is lost. You may not be able to hop on a plane easily and head to a crowded but popular resort, but we’ve got some ideas of places you can visit in your RV, where you can spread out, stay way more than 6 feet apart from strangers, and enjoy nature, away from germs. It’s time to take advantage of our beautiful Texas landscape, so pack up the RV and let’s go! 

According to a recent health article on NPR.org, experts are saying that camping is the way to go.


“As far as summer activities go, this is least risky from a virus perspective,” says Rebecca Katz, director of the Center for Global Health Science and Security at Georgetown University Medical Center. That’s because you’re in the great outdoors, isolated from others. “It’s more dangerous if you’re at a crowded campground with a shared restroom and communal picnic areas.” But stick to the safety of your own RV and you’re extra golden.

 

Check out these places around San Antonio :

Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort 131 S Rueckle Rd, New Braunfels, TX 78130
Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is ready to host you for a short-term or long-term stay. This RV resort has over 250 RV sites on 32-acres of gorgeous hill country grounds. Guests can enjoy an array of amenities that offer something for every age, including two swimming pools, a sand volleyball court, a sauna & spa area, a game room to play cards or billiards, and a playground for the littles. Needless to say, you’re only about 10 minutes away from the Guadalupe River and Comal River. You can even bring your pup for only $25. 

Texas 281 RV Park33300 HWY 281 N Bulverde, TX 78163
Located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country just 9 miles north of San Antonio, this RV park offers the appeal of country living while being close to big city amenities. Enjoy the natural scenes, including colorful pops of native wildflower beds at our sites, along with the comfort and shade (and privacy!) of a big Texas Live Oak tree.  When the germs let up, you can plan a visit to the local 1940’s limestone ranch house on the property to enjoy a fire. For now, take a private walk in the open air on their built-in nature walk. 

Guadalupe State Park – 3350 Park Road 31 Spring Branch, TX 78070
You really can’t get any better deal of river frontage until you get to this Texas state park, which boasts four miles of river frontage of the beautiful and relaxing Guadalupe River. You can swim, fish, tube, and canoe privately on the river, or go on a hike in the natural areas. Pack up the sandwiches and enjoy a picnic at the designated picnic areas, or birdwatch quietly under the peaceful canopies of trees. Don’t have fishing gear handy? No worries. Texas Parks and Wildlife will loan you equipment. Helpful Rangers are on-site to answer questions you may have about the area. 

Spring Branch RV Park – 10950 US-281, Spring Branch, TX 78070
Spring Branch RV Park has 60 sites situated on 17 treed and landscaped acres, right off of Highway 281. Here you’ll find level pull-thru sites that can accommodate the biggest rigs with shaded and open areas. The grounds are maintained, and the public facilities are sanitized to your satisfaction. Wildlife roams the landscape, but you can also bring your doggo to roam the area and enjoy the breeze with you. 

 

Wherever you go, remember that SOGO encourages you to be safe, and to have fun with your family while we have the time to be together. Protect your RV with our RV insurance, which can cover theft, fire damage, awning damage, and more. Happy summer vacation planning! 

 

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