Pipe Creek, Texas is a small town that lies about 10-minutes east of Bandera on Hwy 16. As of 2014, there were only 77 residents; however, this tiny town makes for a great getaway outside of the hustle and bustle of the city. Its fresh country air and relaxed setting will instantly wash away all the tension of your busy schedule. Pair that with some laid-back outdoor activities, and you have yourself a vacation! Pack up the RV, gather the kids, and head out of town for a little bit of peace and quiet in this sleepy Texas town.
Things to Do
Escape to Pipe Creek & Medina Lake This Fall
1. Take Advantage of the Fall Air
The cool air makes for a good time to explore the town. The Pipe Creek Pumpkin patch is a great place to start. Open every weekend in October, this pumpkin patch is full of fun-filled activities to keep the kiddos and adults entertained. There is a hayride, pumpkin painting, scarecrow dressing, and plenty of foods for sale at their snack bar.
Love horses? The Brighter Days Horse Refuge is a non-profit organization that rescues horses from all walks of life. Why not load up with carrots and head on out to visit these graceful beauties? There is no horseback riding, but they sure will enjoy the company.
2. Go Camping
The first thing you will want to do is set up camp. Naturally, you have brought your RV. There isn’t anything better than a little fall camping in the Texas Hill Country. The place to set up camp? Class A RV Park. Hurry, though, because space is limited! Don’t have an RV? No problem! Ask them about rentals. Not only will you get “Class A” service, but you will have a peaceful place to come back to when you are done exploring for the day. Something go wrong with your RV on the trip? Class A RV also offers a repair service, so there is no need to scrap your vacation. The park is located at 9500 State Hwy 16, Pipe Creek, Texas. Call toll free at 800-741-7038 or local 830-535-6007 to make your reservation.
3. Eat Some Amazing Food