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On the northern edge of Bryan, the Aggieland RV Park is an Aggie-owned and operated campground in southern Texas. Aside from welcoming Texas A & M parents and former students, the RV park is also designed for first-time visitors wanting to explore the wildlife reserves and cultural attractions of the region.
RV camping at the Aggieland RV Park includes access to large pull-through spaces, with 20, 30, or 50-amp electrical connections. Campers can utilize modern showers and restrooms, as well as the on-site laundry facilities. Pets are welcome to stay with you at the campground, which is equipped to accommodate RVs up to 60 feet in length.
Camping at the Aggieland RV Park is a popular base for visiting the Sam Houston National Forest, which encompasses more than 160,000 acres along the edge of Lake Livingston. Among its network of hiking trails is the longest continuously marked footpath in Texas, the Lone Star Hiking Trail, which extends 96 miles from Richards to Cleveland. If you want to get out on the water, head to Double Lake, where canoes and paddleboats are available for rent or cast a line to see what’s biting in the waters of Lake Conroe and Lake Livingston.
Slightly farther north is the Davy Crockett National Forest, which is named for the American folk hero and legendary pioneer. Keen anglers should head to the Ratcliff Lake Recreation Area, where you can also swim and cool off during the summer months. If you want to stretch your legs, you can follow one of the short nature trails or tackle the 20-mile-long Four C National Recreation Trail, which offers incredible views across the national forest from the Neches Bluff Overlook.
A short hop south of the Aggieland RV Park is Somerville Lake, which was created in 1967 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It lies along the Yegua Creek and (aside from providing flood control and irrigation water) is a popular recreational destination for residents of adjacent Somerville. Anglers can try their luck at luring largemouth bass, bluegill, catfish, and black crappie while walkers can explore the rolling grasslands and prairie on foot. Recreational facilities are clustered in Rocky Creek Park and Yegua Creek Park, both of which hug the southern shores of the lake.
Bryan campers can pick up grocery supplies in one of the nearby supermarkets or fill up their motorhome rental at one of the city’s numerous gas stations. There are also plenty of eateries in Bryan for those nights when you don’t feel like cooking, including cafes, pizzerias, and steakhouses.
A cultural highlight to visit while camping in Bryan is the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, whose collection includes archaeological, botanical, and cultural displays. See a 15-inch Paleozoic trilobite and Ice Age skeletons while exploring the Frithiof Fossil Collection, then learn about cotton farming and ranching in the Brazos Valley. Also in Bryan is the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley, whose exhibits include a giant piano and a grocery store where kids can learn life skills.
Bryan lies adjacent to the city of College Station, which encompasses the main campus of Texas A&M University. It’s home to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum that details the life of the 41st U.S. president. Step inside a replica of the Oval Office and witness a piece of the Berlin Wall while learning about the president’s legacy. Also on the campus is the Sanders Corps of Cadets Center, which traces the history of the school’s Corps of Cadets. Aside from its collection of Metzger-Sanders guns and Aggie artifacts, it also features objects honoring traditions that are unique to Texas A&M.
If you’re a green thumb, don’t miss a visit to the Gardens at Texas A&M University, which provides an outdoor classroom for research and experiential learning. The seven-acre Leach Teaching Gardens are a great place for learning about food production, water conservation, and landscape design while being a peaceful sanctuary for relaxing. Art enthusiasts can head to the J. Wayne Stark Galleries, which is run by the University Art Galleries Department and includes impressive collections of 19th and 20th-century American works. While the focus is on Texan artists, there are also pieces of pre-Columbian pottery and 19th-century German paintings.
Whether you want to explore the Sam Houston National Forest or stroll through the sprawling A&M campus of College Station, book a travel trailer rental in Brazos County and start planning your next vacation.