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Ok, so...We were there in December, and it was windy and highs were in the 60s, lows in the 40s.
We like a kind of compromise between solitude and community, and this park had neither. There are two electric/water campgrounds, and both are pretty exposed...More
As my husband said :it is a hidden jewel
We only spent a short time at the park but will revisit and plan on spending all day when it is cooler
We had fun with the chain mail and helmet
Lots of history...More
The chapel grounds and museum (look for it, door is in the corner) is a must stop if your traveling in this area. Talk to the Rangers and learn more of what this area meant to early Texas history. There were deer running around the...More
This park is situated on Hwy 183, just before the bridge over the San Antonio River. There is an entrance fee. We purchased a Texas State Park Annual Pass so I am uncertain of the regular admission price. There is a restored mission on site,...More
Great place to visit and even better to see Texas history in person. Folks at each place very knowledgeable of surroundings and.what took place all those years ago. Lots to see and read. Enjoyed every minute and the kids did as well. ( learned about...More
Great historical place to visit. Lots of early Texas history. Beautiful architecture and scenery. Definately worth stopping on our way to Houston. Church is beautiful and peaceful. Glad it was opened so we could go inside.
We have spent our three days here in the RV part of the park for Memorial Day. The Mission is right here and certainly worth the visit. I never realized the significance of this area to Texas independence. History buffs will love it!
Having recently been to all four missions in San Antonio (five if you count the Alamo!) perhaps I'm just missioned out. Yes, it was a nice tidy site and had a useful little museum if you know nothing about the way these missions operated and,...More
Response from douglasl441 | Reviewed this property |
Pets are not allowed on the mission grounds of the park, the walled area around the mission building. The are welcome on a leash in the rest of the park. I do not remember if they are allowed in the fort compound.