The idyllic Texas Hill Country, with its clear rivers and abundant wildflowers, starts just north of San Antonio and offers recreation year-round, from hiking and biking to rock climbing and cave tours. Perched on the southern edge of the Texas Hill Country, San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and boasts a blend of cultures, activities, and entertainment opportunities. Visit The Alamo and learn about its historical significance to the state of Texas, or stroll along the famous River Walk, where you have an array of choices of locally-owned dining options, shopping, and entertainment.
Texas Hill Country is dotted with small towns, picturesque rivers, and hillsides. Visitors can float down a cool river, hike or bike through scenic countryside, or peruse a main street–all within 90 minutes of San Antonio.
San Antonio enjoys a warm, humid climate. Temperatures in March range from 73 degrees to pproximately 78 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, with cooler temperatures in the evenings.
With a variety of daytime and evening events, guests will need an assortment of attire to accommodate various activities and temperature ranges. All daytime Convention sessions are casual; golf shirts and resort wear are recommended. Casual attire is recommended for Wednesday evenings Welcome Reception, and jeans and cowboy boots are recommended for Thursday evenings Appreciation Night. Since the nights can be cooler, a light sweater or jacket is suggested. The President's Dinner and Dance theme is "Texas Tux", attire is Western glam for women, and a Tux jacket and jeans for men (regular jackets/ties can be worn as well).