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We are Thankful
We know that we are thankful for our “Thousand Trails family” but we also asked our preserve managers to share their thoughts on what they are thankful for, as well as what they believe (based on member comments) our members are thankful for. Here’s what they had to say….
Bay Landing – The members are thankful for the beautiful scenery, our beautiful lake, and the wide open spaces. The staff is very thankful for working in the great outdoors, meeting new people and enjoying the ones that keep coming back, and most of all, the family atmosphere!
Cherokee Landing – our members are thankful for a quiet, peaceful campground for them to come to. Our staff is thankful for the good working environment.
Chesapeake Bay – I think our members are most thankful for the friends they’ve made through Thousand Trails. We are most thankful for the member volunteers who help with activities, especially children’s activities, and for amenities. Without them, we would not have so much to offer.
Colorado River – From comments made by members, they are thankful for a clean, quiet and peaceful campground with easy access to some of the best medical facilities located in Houston. I am thankful for a group of employees who take extra time to chat with members and make them feel welcome.
Lake Gaston – We are thankful for having a great staff in 2012 and thankful for having such great members. Members are thankful that we improved our boat slips this year.
The Oaks at Point South – We are thankful to celebrate Thanksgiving as an RV family that can come together for park prepared turkey, ham, and all the trimmings our guests bring in to go along with the meal.
On the Calendar
November 22: Thanksgiving Dinner at Lake Whitney. Be sure to sign up.
November 22: Thanksgiving Dinner at Three Flags: We provide the turkey, potatoes and gravy and you bring the sides.
November 23: Ford Holiday River Parade and Lighting Ceremony near Medina Lake: The Holiday River parade is a floating parade of approximately 25 professionally decorated and lighted river barges. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the parade. This spectacular one-hour parade along San Antonio’s River Walk has featured illuminated floats with celebrities, bands and lavishly-costumed participants. The parade is followed by the lighting ceremony, during which 1.4 million lights are turned on along the River Walk.