2020 Heartland Trail Runner
2020 Heartland Trail Runner
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On arrival, you'll find a wide-open RV campground, with four neat rows of campsites and plenty of space for your rental RV. All of the sites are pull-thru, so if you're new to driving something as large as an RV, you won't have any trouble parking here.
Once you've found your site, get your rental RV connected to the full hook-up facilities, including water, electricity, and sewerage, before relaxing and enjoying the beautiful sunsets.
As you'd expect, the site has free WiFi, free laundry, and separate men and women's restrooms with showers. There's a large pond on-site, with picnic tables and barbecue grills, perfect for outdoor dining, but don't try swimming or fishing in the pond, it's not permitted. Next to the restrooms are the campground office and the recreation room with drink facilities and a microwave.
Should you have any issues with your RV while on-site, there is a mechanic available 24/7 to help you get it fixed as quickly as possible. The campground offers discounts for veterans, seniors, and Goodsam Club Members, and your furry friend is more than welcome here.
Nearby are several large recreational areas and lakes, plus of course Fort Worth and Dallas are both home to some well-known attractions, so there is plenty to do locally when you book an RV in Wise County.
Should you enjoy fishing or water sports, then head a few miles southwest to Lake Bridgeport, where you'll find plenty to do. This massive lake covers nearly 12,000 acres, with a shoreline of more than 120 miles, so there is plenty of space, and anglers can always find a quiet, secluded spot. You'll find excellent fishing for white bass and crappie, with good stocks of largemouth bass, catfish, and sunfish.
The lake is great for watersports, partly because of the space it occupies, but also the excellent marinas where you can rent a variety of boats or canoes. You'll find guides available to help you find the best fishing spots and outdoor activities companies providing water skiing and jet skiing equipment. The lake is a beautiful place to spend a day while RV camping at the A+ RV Park.
On the way to Lake Bridgeport, you'll pass Endeavor Bridgeport Adventure Park. Along with a 700-acre OHV Park for off-road enthusiasts, there is also a 200-acre area dedicated to hiking and biking. The trails are well marked, and for an all-day outing, try the 9-mile Endeavor Bridgeport Adventure Park Loop.
Less than five miles east of A+ RV Park is the Tadra Point Trailhead, a network of over 70 miles of hiking trails across the Caddo Grasslands. All the trails are well-marked and criss-cross over the grasslands, giving lovely views and plenty of seclusion.
Further east, beyond Tadra Point, is the enormous Lake Ray Roberts, which is many times larger than Lake Bridgeport and includes the Ray Roberts Lake State Park along its southern shoreline. With excellent fishing opportunities, miles of hiking trails, and plenty of ways to get out on the water, it's definitely worth the trip if you enjoy getting outdoors.
A+ RV Park is less than a mile from the town of Alvord, where you will find a small selection of grocery stores and restaurants. A few miles south along Highway 287 is the city of Decatur, with a much broader range of shopping and amenities.
While in Decatur, take a little time to explore the town and view some of the architecture. The Wise County Court House is a grand building of limestone, with a tall clock tower perched on top, and Waggoner Mansion, known as El Castile, is a grand limestone house set on 13 acres. Then pop into the Wise County Heritage Museum, formerly the Decatur Baptist College, to learn the town and county history.
If all that is a little too sedate, then you might be lucky to catch a race at the Texas Motor Speedway, where various NASCAR and IndyCar events are regularly held. Or maybe head into Arlington, between Fort Worth and Texas, where you'll discover the Six Flags over Texas amusement park, which is sure to be a hit with the kids, both old and young!
Next to Fort Worth is Dallas, famous for the TV program of the same name and, of course, the site of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. On the sixth floor of the Dealey Plazza is a museum commemorating the event.