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The former frontier settlement of Abilene, Texas is located in the North Central part of the Lone Star State, about 150 miles west of Fort Worth. The city was established in 1881, upon the completion of the Texas & Pacific Railroad. Start your Texas adventure with a search for an RV rental in Abilene. The experience won’t disappoint, with deep roots in the Old West and various historical sites to explore.   

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Experience the Sites and Scenery

During an Abilene RV rental vacation, there are various opportunities to experience the natural beauty and the intriguing history that the area holds. The Buffalo Gap Historical Village is a living museum, with over a dozen restored structures designed to recreate the western frontier times. To further immerse yourself in the history of this city in the South, route the camper rental from Abilene about 15 miles north, to the Historic Fort Phantom Hill, the site of a former Army installation that was active in the mid-late 1800s. It’s one of the best preserved historic sites in the state. For a dose of nature and greenspace during the motorhome rental vacation, visit Abilene State Park. This place is a gorgeous woodland retreat and part of a low range of hills called the Callahan Divide. The broad spectrum of trees and vegetation and the gentle streams that flow through the park provide a prime spot for some low-key nature watching.

City Attractions

The city of Abilene houses its fair share of museums, golf courses and art galleries, along with an impressive zoo that features all the creature favorites, like tigers and giraffes. There are quite a few southern themed festivals going on throughout the hot Texas summer months, so if you have your luxury RV rental in Abilene at this time of year, be sure to check local schedules for music and food fests, fairs and rodeos. Known as the “Official Storybook Capital of Texas”, there are a few fun spots to stop and explore the world of children’s stories. Local craft beer brewing and winemaking is healthy in Abilene and the city offers a variety of establishments highlighting tons of custom brews and wine blends to enjoy.  

What’s Unique

Though the city of Abilene is a booming, vibrant modern day city, the past is not forgotten in this historic western town. Homage is paid to the leaders, industries, and events that led to putting this town on the map. Visitors and residents alike appreciate the Old West feel to this town with its many stories to tell. RV rentals in Abilene, Texas provide the perfect way to explore the area and gain quite an insight into the ways of the old wild west and how the city has become what it is today.

Where to Park It

There are a lot of campsite choices for your camper rental in Abilene. The Abilene area is an extremely friendly RV rental spot. Between the multiple RV parks and Walmarts in the area, you should expect to have flexible options for parking the motorhome rental that is your temporary home. There are also a couple of local state parks that have sites available for a rental RV in Abilene and the surrounding areas. Abilene State Park, loved for its peaceful, natural scenery, offers RV sites perfect for RV rentals. The park features quite a few amenities, has a swimming pool and a nice shelter area surrounded by RV sites to house larger groups, maybe even a pack of RV rentals. For a rustic rental camper stay, check out Johnson Park at Fort Phantom Hill Lake, located about 10 miles north of Abilene. There are only a few sites available for your RV rental and no electrical or water hookups are on site. If you’re feeling extra adventurous and want to experience a little off-the-grid living, Johnson Park could be the spot for you.

Abilene has a variety of truck stops for fuel and supply needs while on your Abilene rental RV adventure. There are also quite a few RV service stations around should you need anything along the way.

It’s Always (Usually) About The Food

Whether cooking at the rental camper or venturing out into the diverse food culture in Abilene, there are plenty of options to satisfy even the biggest appetite. Local and chain grocery stores pepper the north, west, and south parts of town, so you should be able to get in and out and back to the camper rental in no time.

The Abilene restaurant scene is varied and offers tons of family-friendly dining choices. Most of the restaurants in town welcome families and quite a few have many value-priced menu items. You probably don’t want to miss some authentic Mexican food while touring this southwestern city in your rental motorhome and there are a few highly rated options from which to choose. Food trucks are also making appearances around town, so you might just stumble on something delicious while out and about.

The Texas city of Abilene is a great destination for your next RV rental by owner trip; you can learn a lot about an intriguing time in US history while taking in the fun southwest city charm that this true Texas town has to offer. Book an RV rental in Abilene and get on down to the Lone Star State!

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