Hidden Valley RV Park

Area Attractions

History and Adventures Are All Around You

Never a dull moment when you stay at Hidden Valley RV Park

What’s to do? Everything! The very first thing any newcomer to Von Ormy or San Antonio must do is visit the Alamo. So, hop in the car and go!

The Alamo

Originally a mission and fortress built by Roman Catholic missionaries in the 18th century, it was renamed the Alamo (Poplar Tree) and served as a stronghold for Texas rebels in their struggle to gain independence from Mexico. Although the rebels were outnumbered and lost the battle that day in 1836, the Texans were soon victorious in the Battle of San Jacinto. Discover the pivotal point in Texas’ history when you tour the chapel, the barracks, and the museum. See weapons, paintings, and memorabilia. Learn why every American knows the slogan, ‘Remember the Alamo!’

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Fiesta San Antonio

An annual event to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto, the Fiesta has grown into a celebration of San Antonio’s rich and diverse cultures, including parades, food, music, arts, and dancing. Don’t miss it!

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San Antonio Missions

Besides the Alamo, Spanish missionaries built four more frontier missions to encourage Native Americans to convert to Christianity. Visit Mission Concepcion, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada to see how European agriculture changed lives for the better. Some of these ancient aqueducts and irrigation ditches are still in use today! There is no charge to tour the missions – they are free!

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San Antonio Riverwalk

Fifteen miles of shops, restaurants, and museums line the cobblestone path at the edge of the San Antonio River as it flows through the heart of the city. The San Antonio Riverwalk is a public park – there is no charge to enter. Bring your leashed dog and sit in a little café to watch the boats go by. You can even get married on Marriage Island! The Riverwalk has beautiful tropical plants all around – you’ll feel beautiful too!

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Natural Bridge Caverns

The Natural Bridge Caverns were discovered by four college students in 1960 while they were touring a much smaller cave. They found a previously undiscovered passage that led to the biggest caverns in the state of Texas. Look for fossils, pan for gemstones, go there for the amazing rock formations and the slowly trickling water that is carving new sights every minute, and see the bat colonies in this underground Wonder World.

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Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

Take yourself on an African wildlife safari in your own vehicle. The Ranch is right next door to Natural Bridge Caverns. Go at your own pace to see giraffes, lemurs, zebras, even dinosaurs! Feed the beautiful birds and more than 500 other animals. Visit the Grille and the Trading Post too!

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San Antonio Zoo

Big animals! Fun events! Virtual tours! Kiddie park with rides! Fun for children and grown-ups too! Everybody loves the Zoo!

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Mission del Lago Golf Course

Large greens in this public golf course, over 100 bunkers, and breezy conditions make it a unique experience that you won’t find elsewhere in San Antonio. Enjoy 18 holes of golf, a large practice green, and a driving range. Snack bar and club rental too!

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Schlitterbahn Waterpark

Explore over seventy acres of family fun, thrilling adventure, and recreation in nearby New Braunfels! Schlitterbahn is located along the banks of the beautiful Comal River and features rides, slides, chutes, wave-pools and a swim-up bar. Fun for everyone.

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SeaWorld San Antonio

Have marine animal experiences. Make a connection and help save wild sea creatures. For more than five decades, the SeaWorld Rescue team has provided a second chance at life to more than 37,000 animals, always with the goal of rehabilitating them and returning them to the wild.

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Morgan’s Wonderland

Together with Morgan’s Inspiration Island, Morgan’s Wonderland is a special place for special people. It’s the world’s first ultra-accessible theme park and brings together guests of ALL ages and abilities through the power of inclusive play! Open seasonally.

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Thrilling visitors since 2014! A colorful palette of light and sound projected on the San Fernando cathedral, the SAGA illustrates the discovery, settlement and development of San Antonio and the Lone Star State. It’s free!

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Medina River Natural Area

A 511-acre nature preserve along the Medina River with hiking and biking trails. Fish in the river, see birds and other wildlife, and relax in the shade of pecan and bald cypress trees. It is located nearby Hidden Valley RV Park!

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The Witte Museum

Go where nature, science and culture meet. Discover dinosaurs, arrowheads, pre-historic rock art, chili queens and cattle kings, and original Gallery Theater plays.

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San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo

One of the largest events in the city attracts the world’s best rodeo athletes and bucking stock. Join the more than two million visitors each year for live entertainment, carnival rides, and thrilling rodeo events at one of the top Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) rodeos in the nation.

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Ride the Cosmic Coaster, be there for special holiday events, slip ‘n slide on the waterpark rides. If it sounds like fun, it’s at Six Flags Fiesta in San Antonio.

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Helotes Creek Winery

Visit the tasting room in nearby historic Helotes for at least 35 different types of wine, all handcrafted on the premises. Verdicchio, Amarone, and French Rose’ are their specialties.

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You’ll never go hungry in Von Ormy and San Antonio

From fine dining to fast food, there are restaurants for every taste and budget.

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Hop On Hop Off Trolley Tour

Explore San Antonio at your own pace and visit over 100 points of interest with a 1- or 2-day pass to this hop-on hop-off narrated trolley tour. Sit back and enjoy all the best sites in the city.

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Hop in the car and take I-35 to Von Ormy

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