TACO means two different things...both of them are good! TACO (with all capital letters) is the Texas Association of Campground Owners. Taco (← written this way) is a delicious crispy Mexican tortilla filled with everything you like. Enjoy both every day when you reserve your stay at Summer Breeze Kemah.
TACO (with all capital letters)
TACO promotes Texas campgrounds and RV Parks by providing free RV Travel & Camping Guides at Information Centers along the Texas borders. You can get a TACO discount card, also known as the Texas Saver Card when you request a Texas Camping Guide from TACO or pick one up at an Information Center. Both the Camping Guide and TACO Discount Card are completely free!
Why join TACO? Because guests at Summer Breeze Kemah get 10% off with a TACO card!
Taco (← written this way)
Everybody loves tacos. Small enough to pick up with your fingers, the traditional Mexican crispy corn or flour wrapper is the perfect outside for the fish, chicken, chorizo, barbacoa, or beef inside. Shredded veggies and cheese usually complete the dish. Tuesdays seem to be a popular day to enjoy tacos, since both words start with a ‘T’, but you can dine on tacos every day of the week. There are lots of Mexican restaurant nearby. One of our favorites is a food truck named Taqueria Potosina.
An inexpensive, family-run food truck at 646 18th St, San Leon, TX 77539 that is beloved by nearly everyone. Take your tacos back to your RV or eat them right there - Taqueria Potosina has a couple of picnic tables. Call them at (832) 820-5113 for more info.
There are hundreds of 5-star reviews for this little neighborhood gem. Here’s one of them, "We stopped by this morning for breakfast tacos. The establishment is a taco truck with a few picnic tables in what looks like a residential neighborhood. The food was great. Would definitely recommend for an alternative to large chain restaurants. The food was very inexpensive."