Book an RV in Taylor County, and you’ll be next door to the "Storybook Capital of America." You'll also be surrounded by plenty of history, nature, and the wonderful outdoors. Bring your rental motorhome to Abilene KOA for access to full hookup sites with up to 50 amp service. There are deluxe KOA Patio sites here if you want to camp in style, rigs up to 90 feet long can be accommodated. Sites with water, electric, and cable connections are available, too. There are BBQ grills here for delightful cookouts.For amusement and campground fun, there's a pool (open early May to early September), a playground, and a Kamp K9 for your furry friends. Get active on the basketball court or at the horseshoe pits. Stay connected with Wi-Fi and enjoy HD entertainment with expanded digital cable TV. Hungry? There are a general store and snack bar right here. If you need propane, firewood, and access to laundry facilities, all are available on-site.Camp in an RV near Abilene in September and you’ll be close to the action when the fun-filled West Texas Fair and Rodeo in early September and the colorful Big Country Balloon Fest towards the end of the month, come to town. Then journey onwards to Lubbock to celebrate the life of rock ‘n’ roll icon Buddy Holly, or Forth Worth to discover the cowboy and American frontier heritage and history at the Fort Worth Stockyards. Both are three hours’ drive away by Abilene campervan rental.The Great OutdoorsAs Texas' western frontier expanded, so did its need for protection. One of the second line of forts built in the mid-19th century, the historic Fort Phantom Hill is only 20 minutes’ drive away when you’re RV camping at Abilene KOA. Here you'll see the original fort's stone foundations, soaring stone chimneys, and an intact warehouse, among other remaining structures, that rise above the mesquite-dotted plains. Browse the interpretive materials in the visitors' pavilion to learn more about the site.Get your Abilene camper rental under the shade of pecan and oak trees in Abilene State Park where a swimming pool, lake and fishing pond, and one-mile nature trail (half of which is ADA-compliant) await. The park, encompassing 500 acres, has been a gathering place for families since its inception in the 1930s. Other popular activities here are hiking, biking, and bird watching, all suitable for all ages.For a generous dose of wildlife, wildflowers, and opportunities for hiking and cycling, head to the San Angelo State Park less than two hours' drive away when you rent a camper near Abilene KOA. Sitting at the confluence of four ecosystem zones, the park teems with biodiversity: prairie dogs, bobcats, and possums are commonly sighted in the area. Even more fascinating is the park's geology. Look closely at the dirt, and you just might uncover a set of footprints belonging to prehistoric Permian vertebrates that roamed this part of the continent long before the dinosaurs did.
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Have you ever wanted to sleep at the foot of a mountain or wake up to the sound of the ocean’s waves gently crashing on the shore? When on a road trip, do you like to stop at every weird and wonderful roadside attraction? Do you ever just want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get out into the great outdoors? Then renting an RV is definitely for you.
Camping in an RV allows you to adventure on your terms. Whether you’re looking to bond over an open fire with family and friends or you just want to get away for a while, there’s no better way to do it than from behind the wheel of an RV.
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After your trip, return the RV to the host in the same condition you recieved it.
Join an invigorating and informative walking tour of downtown Abilene to enhance your understanding and appreciation of the town's history. Led by a "cowboy poet," the tour offers both factual and humorous insight into the local scene, including businesses and the arts. You may even get to sample some of the town's homegrown tastes. As you look around, you’ll see dozens of grocery and convenience stores and gas stations that will make your stay here more convenient.Your RV rental near Abilene KOA puts you within arm’s reach of the town’s wide array of attractions. See the bigger picture at the Frontier Texas! museum and gain an immersive insight into what Texas life was like when Comanche Indians settled the land. Feel the terror of a buffalo stampede, the suspense of a card game shootout, and the tingling on your spine as a wolf pounces. Browse Fort Phantom Hill's collection of "Guns of the West" that are also on display at the museum.Get up close to black rhinos, lions and bears, and 1,000 other animals in the Abilene Zoological Park representing 250 species. Visit the Reptile House and come face to face with a king cobra. Or join a Giraffe Safari around an expansive habitat where giraffes are able to behave like they do in the wild. You can even let children hand-feed giraffes in the Twiga Terrace.Camping at Abilene KOA is double the fun for book lovers of all ages, especially the young. Visit the National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature, where kids have a wide selection of books to enjoy. The center also displays book authors and illustrators’ artistic achievements and puts out art activities on certain dates. Time your visit in June when the Children’s Art and Literacy Festival makes book reading all the more fun.Make lifetime memories with your family now. Book an RV rental in Abilene, Texas and let the fun begin.