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Between the cities of Longview and Dallas in scenic East Texas, you can rent an RV in Gladewater and camp at Antique Capital RV Park. This tranquil Gladewater RV park is a lot closer to Longview than it is to the massive city of Dallas, close to Interstate 20, which stretches all the way across the state.
Antique Capital RV Park campsites come with full hookups and cable TV and WiFi connections, too. The RV sites are spacious and feature concrete pads and picnic tables. This family-friendly RV park has a fantastic activity center, complete with a communal kitchen, a book exchange library, a big-screen TV, spaces for events, and planned activities. Campers also have access to modern restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a fitness center, a communal fire pit, a catch-and-release fishing pond, and a convenient camp store with camping supplies, snacks, and more.
It's easy to get out into nature while camping near Longview, TX. There are several stellar parks and outdoor recreation opportunities in the area. East Texas is packed with natural beauty, with gorgeous places like Martin Creek Lake State Park, a tiny nature area near the water. Black oak forests line the edges of the lake, where guests can go swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, or fishing. Hiking or biking will enable you to see some of the amazing animals that call Martin Creek Lake State Park home.
Many of the other premier recreation areas nearby can be found alongside large lakes. Lake Tawakoni State Park is an hour's drive west and features lavish lakeshores and enchanting forests. You can catch a show at the outdoor amphitheater, or stay the night at the park’s camping facilities. There are hiking and biking trails, birdwatching areas, and a campground store, too. Caddo Lake State Park is an hour's drive east along the Texas-Lousiana state line. The park surrounds Caddo Lake, which is one of the only natural lakes in the entire state. Bayous, cypress swamps, and incredible lakeshores make for quite an experience, and you can even go swimming, boating, or fishing in the lake.
Daingerfield State Park is an hour's drive north of Antique Capital RV Park. It's an excellent day-trip destination and also has campsites by the water. What was once a private property has since been deeded to the state; now, visitors can go swimming, fishing, hiking, boating, and more. There are boat rentals, playgrounds, and a camp store at this popular park, so don’t miss out on a trip to Daingerfield State Park while you're camping in East Texas.
Gladewater camping is convenient. The city is home to excellent eateries serving Mexican, barbecue, and American-style cuisine. A few gas stations can be accessed near the main highways, and the city has a couple of grocery stores, too.
Between the cities of Gladewater and Longview, there's a variety of sightseeing attractions. Gladewater is home to the Gladewater Museum, an interesting place where visitors can learn about the history of the town. Docent-led tours help provide insight into the past, and guests are encouraged to touch and pick up artifacts and antiques in this magical museum space.
Antiques are big in Gladewater. While you're here, you can embark on the Gladewater Antique Trail, featuring several shops selling unique and old-fashioned wares. Most of the stores are within walking distance of each other; park the Gladewater motorhome rental nearby, and you can load it up with some fantastic finds. For an even broader selection of antique sellers, head to Longview.
The Gregg County Historical Museum in Longview has a wealth of information regarding the history of the area, like the oil boom during the early 20th century that brought prosperity to East Texas. Well preserved artifacts and other pieces of history are on display, telling the story of the native people of Texas, and the settlers who migrated west for new opportunities.
Art lovers can check out the Longview Museum of Fine Arts for more enjoyment and entertainment, full of mesmerizing pieces of art from all over the country. This unusual art space specializes in contemporary artwork, with tons of dazzling installations and paintings adorning its brightly-lit walls. There are other things to do while in town, with dining and shopping opportunities galore, so don’t forget to check out these special cities when you're camping at Antique RV Park.
East Texas awaits; book an RV rental in Gregg County and start planning your visit to the Lone Star State.