First I would like to say….GO RANGERS!!! I’m so pumped that they will be here in Texas on Saturday playing the third game of World Series. I hope that they can win three more for the title!
If you’re like the majority of us, then you most likely don’t have those coveted tickets to the World Series. But no worries, you can still be apart of the history. All you need is your RV, good friends, food and drinks. Then hit the road to Lot D at the Rangers Ballpark.
According to the Rangers Ballpark website:
Rangers Parking Lot Tailgating
Tailgating is permitted in designated tailgating spaces only. These spaces are located adjacent to the grass area immediately behind the vehicle parking spot. There are limited tailgating spaces in all of the Rangers Parking Lots, and the spaces are filled on a first come/first served basis. If interested in tailgating, it is important to arrive early to obtain one of the designated spaces. A limited number of portable restrooms, trash cans and ash pits will be available in each lot. We encourage you to utilize these items and to pick up after yourself. No personal restrooms may be ordered for tailgating.
Now that we have the rules and regulations squared away, it’s time to talk about what really makes a memorable tailgating experience which is the perfect combination of food, friends and a win for the Rangers of course.
Let’s start with the food. Appetizers are key. This can included chips and dip, jalapeno poppers are always a hit, cheese and crackers (for the ladies, right!), little smokies and so much more. You could actually just make a meal out of great appetizers. But for tailgating sakes, we’ll continue on to the main course.
If you have the equipment and love to cook some great tailgating main courses to try are a crawfish boil, boiled lobster and grilled steak. These go great with artichokes, which in my opinion, are a very underrated veggie. Or ,you can do something more simple like brats and hamburgers. However, if you are doing hamburgers, step it up a notch with some great toppings like sauteed mushrooms, blue cheese, bacon, guacamole, jalapenos, etc. and make it like a hamburger ‘bar.’
Texas RVers, you can’t stop there! For a proper finish you must serve some dessert. This can be as simple as cookies and brownies to as adventurous as 3-tiered Rangers cake or a chocolate fondu station.
The key to a great tailgating experience is having fun. Sure the food and drinks are important too, but a Rangers win is what we’re after! And of course you couldn’t pull off this amazing tailgating experience if you didn’t have the luxury of your recreational vehicle Texas!
If you’ve had a great tailgating experience in a friends RV, then it’s time to get one for yourself. Come on down to any convenient ExploreUSA RV Supercenter today!