Discover Retama / Stay & Play
Our Discover Retama and Stay & Play programs are a fantastic opportunity for Active Adults who are considering the purchase of a warm winter getaway or a permanent southern residence.
We know that the best way to learn about a community is to actually experience it. So if you are considering a purchase and are age 55 or over, we would like to offer you a free 4-day, 3 night getaway to Discover Retama Village at Bentsen Palm.
Stay & Play Tickets are available to select visitors to Bentsen Palm Development’s booth at various RV rallies and events across the nation every year.
But if you can’t make it to one of the shows we participate in, simply give us a call. We will happily send you details about the community and get you set you up with a stay.
During your visit you will be accommodated on one of our beautiful lots* and encouraged to enjoy all the amenities of the resort. We will provide you with a tour of the facility and the amenities, but the majority of your time will be spent simply enjoying the resort.
Remember we have 2 pools, a hot tub, modern exercise facility, billiards, reading library, wood shop, dog park with agility course and much more. In season we also have canoes, kayaks and bicycles available for your use.
You will have ample time to explore the area’s incredible shopping and partake of the unbelievable array of local eateries and restaurants. You will even have time to visit the World Birding Center and NABA Butterfly Park, or explore our over 10 miles of Hike & Bike Trails.
We think your visit will help you realize what a fantastic opportunity ownership at Retama Village is, and what an amazing little piece of paradise we have here.
Important: Even if you have a “Ticket” a reservation is required. Space is limited and subject to availability. Reservations must be made in advance.
Call 956.380.6500 Ext 726 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to meeting you!
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Where natural beauty is cultivated to restore the soul, the habitat...
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