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Cascade Caverns Campground is a large 105-acre Texas tourist attraction that also incorporates an RV camping park, with over 100 campsites. The site caters for anything from a tent on a primitive site to a large rental RV with full hookups, and anything in between. This campground would make an amazing home base for your Texas outdoor excursion.
On-site, you will find nice modern restrooms with hot showers, laundry facilities, free WiFi, and a huge recreation building for those camping, with a games room, seating, and vending machines. Every campsite has a picnic table BBQ grill and fire ring, plus there are communal areas to BBQ with your newfound RV camping friends.
Several short nature trails start from the campground area, and tours of the caves take place daily. Your four-legged friend is more than welcome here and even has its own enclosed dog run area.
Just outside the town of Boerne, Cascade Caverns Campground is just a few miles north of San Antonio, it’s in a rural location but close to the bright lights of a big city if you need them. If you are serving in the military or a veteran, the campground will offer you a discount, and Good Sam Club members also receive a discount.
As it is right on your doorstep when camping with an RV at Cascade Caverns Campground, a visit to the interesting Cascade Caverns is likely to be top of your list. Carved over thousands of years by water erosion, the caverns have been open to the public since 1932. The land here has been owned by the Gray family since the 1930s and now runs hour-long guided tours of the caves, where the temperature is constant, comfortable 60 to 65 degrees. There is a local story about a hermit that lived in the caves in the 1800s, primarily to avoid the war of the time it seems.
There are two 0.75-mile nature trails from the campground, one from the RV camping area and one from the tent camping area. Along the way, expect to see an abundance of wild plants and flowers, but also armadillos, if you are lucky, lizards, ringtail cats, and wild turkeys. There’s also the Cascade Cavern Loop, a 0.4-mile loop that takes you through just one of the smaller caves but is great for all skill levels. In the town of Boerne are a couple of slightly longer loop trails that follow the Cibolo Creek.
A couple of miles east is Medina Lake, a 6,000-acre man-made reservoir that is great for fishing and boating. The 18-mile reservoir was created by the building of the Medina Dam in 1913, primarily to supply irrigation water, but it’s now a popular recreation area. The lake is regularly stocked with fish to improve the sport fishing here, and anglers will find plenty of largemouth bass, white bass, catfish, and carp.
There are two boat ramps at Medina Lake, one located in the town of Mico on the south shore with the other on the north shore in Lake Hills. Boat rentals are available at the marina in Mico, and if you want to try a different sport, scuba dive in the crystal clear waters.
When you have your family with you while motorhome camping near Cascade Caverns, they would probably love to visit the DoSeum Children’s Museum, in San Antonio. No, it’s not a museum of children, but a hands-on adventure of discovery for children and parents alike! The main aim of the museum is learning for the children, but the parents are expected to be interactive as well!
While in the city, maybe pay a visit to the Witte Museum, a mixture of science, nature, fun, and culture. From dinosaur skeletons to an exhibit on the human body and art galleries, the Witte has something for everyone!
When you book an RV vacation in Kendall County, a visit to San Antonio wouldn’t be complete without visiting The Alamo. Etched into our minds, the Alamo played a pivotal role during the Texas Revolution, and the 13-day siege during the Battle of the Alamo has been discussed, talked about, and even had many movies made about the battle. Some not so accurate when it comes to historical events! At the museum, you can learn the history of the fort, read real-life accounts, and form your own impression of the events that took place here. This is something that will never be forgotten and something that will be discussed for centuries to come.