Win a CamelBak Backpack and help Trekaroo win the Race to the Alamo!


With only one week left to vote for Team Trekaroo in the Race to the Alamo and enter to win a trip to San Antonio, we thought we would sweeten the pot and throw in yet another incentive to vote for Sharlene Earnshaw and Team Trekaroo. We are giving away a red Camelbak Blowfish hydration backpack filled with San Antonio goodies!

CamelBaks are great for hiking, cycling, or just walking around a city because they allow you to store your water, snacks, sunscreen, and essentials all in one place while leaving your hands free to keep track of kids  or hold onto  handlebars. This CamelBak is even better because it is filled with items from the city we have been celebrating all month long- San Antonio!

ENTER TO WIN THE CAMELBAK: Simply vote for Team Trekaroo on the Race to the Alamo site and then leave a comment below letting us know that you did. You may vote once per email address per day through August 31, 2011 so keep voting and leaving comments and we will give you an entry to win the CamelBak for every single vote!

And just in case you have forgotten about the other amazing prize you are entered to win every time you vote for Team Trekaroo (vote daily!), here are the details:

A  three night stay at the Grand Hyatt, Paella lunch for four at Citrus, $500 Visa gift card for airfaire and attraction passes for four to:

  • The Alamo Trolley
  • Enchanted Springs Ranch
  • Guiness World Records Museum
  • IMAX, Institute of Texan Cultures
  • Laser Legend
  • McNay Art  Museum
  • Ripley’s Believe It or Not & Louis Tussaud’s Wax Works Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
  • San Antonio Botanical Garden
  • San Antonio Children’s Museum
  • San Antonio Rose Live – Country Music Show
  • San Antonio Zoo
  • Schlitterbahn
  • SeaWorld San Antonio
  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas
  • The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum/Texas Rangers Museum
  • Tower of the Americas
  • Wildlife Ranch Witte Museum




Disclosure: All travel, lodging, meals, activities, and an iPad were being provided by the San Antonio Visitors Bureau so that Michelle and I could compete in the Race to the Alamo. Visit San Antonio did not ask that any specific opinions about their destination be mentioned. All opinions about San Antonio and the Race to the Alamo are those of Michelle and I and reflect our honest opinion of both the destination and the experience.

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Sharlene Earnshaw (aka doubleadventure) is Blogger-in-chief for Trekaroo and the blogger behind Double the Adventure.

Travel with kids to: CA |CO | DC | FL | HI | IL |MA | NC | NY | OR | PA | TN | TX | VA | WA

About the author

Sharlene Earnshaw is Trekaroo’s Editor in Chief. She lives in sunny Orange County, CA, with her husband and 10-year-old son and daughter (twins!). She is a self-proclaimed National Park junkie and has the goal of visiting each and every one with her kids. When she isn't traveling to places like Norway, Peru, Disney World, and Hawaii with her family, she enjoys hiking, beach days, obsessively rooting for the San Francisco 49ers, and planning her brood's next trip.
171 Responses
  1. Jennifer Boettcher

    Voted and shared again today. She gained on you as of yesterday 🙁 Hopefully you can make a big comeback today! Good luck.

  2. Jennifer Boettcher

    Booo – saw that Healthy Voyager won. Do you know how many votes you were behind? Makes me wonder if I had actually remembered to vote every day from the beginning if it would have put you over the top. Sorry for missing a chunk of time in the middle of the month.

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