Since 1980, our unique, member-owned and managed vacation club has helped our members create memories that last a lifetime. Our friendly staff loves helping members plan their vacations and then make the absolute most of every experience. What can you expect from a Perennial Vacation Club membership?
Affordable, flexible travel
Beautiful, comfortable resorts in Lake Tahoe, Daytona Beach Shores and Bandera
Easy exchanges around the world
An investment in your future
Whether you’re looking to upgrade or add to your current membership, or become a new member, our Director of Member Services would love to answer any questions you have. Email or call Patricia and let her know how we can help make your travel dreams come true.
It’s almost here: Bike Week in Daytona! Between March 9th and 18th, there are lots of events happening around town, celebrating the 77th year of Bike Week. Here are a few resources if you’ll be visiting during this time:
It’s almost here: the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo! This huge event was established in 1949 and draws over 2 million visitors each year. Between February 8th and 25th, you can enjoy rodeos, horse and livestock shows, live music, a carnival, a petting zoo, a craft beer tap room and many other events. Find all the information and buy your tickets here!
There’s no shortage of great spots to eat around Bandera! Here are a few more to consider during your next visit:
Hill Country Cafe (Kerrville): A Texas favorite since 1942! The cafe serves breakfast and lunch, and is known for its chicken fried steak and burgers.
Hermann Sons Steakhouse (Hondo): Indoor and outdoor dining, a full bar, outdoor entertainment and boutique shopping! This popular steakhouse has been family-owned since 1946 (for 3 generations). The Texas t-bone and homemade peach cobbler are favorites!
El Restaurante Azteca (Hondo): Another restaurant with a long history, El Restaurante Azteca was established in 1932 and offers both traditional Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes.
Fredericksburg Pie Company (Fredericksburg): Come early for the freshly made pies (once they sell out, they close for the day!), then explore handmade quilts, vintage books and other treasures.
What are you favorite restaurants to visit when you’re in Bandera?