Dixie Campground

1011 Gembler Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78219, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from San Antonio

"You Never Learn Anything Travelling 1st Class"

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne

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... fast food world serving the multitudes, we again explored the myths of America, the windows of Hollywood thru which we in foreign lands gaze, learning how to fear and loathe a city like LA. Sure LA's got its share of thugs and gangsters who would rape and murder their own mother (and not in that order), but as in Australia it's relative to a robust majority peacefully going about their business, people just trying to get-by like you and me. You forget this if you catch ...

Day 6: rapid repair, and rapid pace

A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9

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6

... Whitley, Earl Thomas Conley, Cross Canadian Ragweed, and other songs I actually know the words to. Kalifornia has it's definite advantages, but has its eyes closed to the rest of the country. The conversations that are off limits in Kali are in the open here, everywhere. If you feel isolated in your concern about the welfare of this great land, if you feel surrounded by people devoid of patriotism; take a drive through the ...

En Route

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner

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... like we won't get our B-Class upgrade after all...sheesh. 100,000 miles apiece and no where to spend them. Maybe need to rethink being loyal to one airline... Today's travel agenda includes flights to London (with a layover at DFW), then a train to the city of Bath, 1.5 hours away from London. I'm really excited about Bath, a town named for the Roman Baths it is built upon. If all goes well, we'll be walking into a B&B in Bath in just under 14 hours. ...

Onward East

A travel blog entry by jcopsey

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... 8220;What year did 10cc release the song, I'm Not In Love"; “How many wind mills are in the state of Texas”; and “Do those colored balls on the high power transmission lines have any other purpose than to alert low flying aircraft?”

Needless to say, when I took the picture of a mountain that looked like a boob, I knew I was getting desperate for material for todays blog. ...

Texas Hill Country

A travel blog entry by sheflysx

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... today, but after seeing a train loaded two layers high with containers the size of trailers, it hit me. In 2012 I recall saying in my blog that it seemed to me that the trains are how they move things around in Texas. It is a welcome change to other parts of the country where, at times, we counted about 8 trucks for every car. And these trucks can really ruin your sight-seeing day.

Austin is an amazing city. I had been here several times during my J. Murray ...

Location

This campground, located in the South Side area of San Antonio, is near San Antonio Botanical Gardens and Conservatory, Splashtown, Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle, and Fort Sam Houston.
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