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The RV campground is next to route 83, but set back from the road and quiet thanks to the abundance of trees. The campsites are well spaced, with plenty of room, and large enough to cater for up to 70-foot long rigs. Most of the sites are back-in, but some pull-thru are available if you are new to motorhome camping or have a very large rig.
Every site on the campground is full hook-up, with water, sewerage, electricity, and free highspeed WiFi connections, giving that home from home feel. Once settled in, take advantage of the large patio at each site, plus picnic and barbecue areas. The kids will love the playground and park area with volleyball court, swings, and more.
From a practical point of view, there are restrooms with showers, a laundry facility, a camp grocery store, and a community building. No need to leave your furry friend at home, as dogs are welcome on this campground!
When you are looking for a base location to explore southwest Texas, then book an RV in Uvalde County, and you won't go far wrong.
Less than a mile north while RV camping at Becs Store RV Park is Garner State Park. Sitting in a bend of the Frio River, this quite small park has a lot to see and do. A 2.9-mile section of the river flows along the edge of the park, where you can swim, paddle or fish. There are plenty of picnic areas along the beautiful river edge, and for something more active, you can hike, track down some geocaches, or play around on the miniature golf.
You'll find 16 miles of trails within the park, the longest being the 2.9-mile Frio Canyon Trail with great views of the surrounding mountains all the way. For a relaxing day, try floating down the slow-moving and peaceful Frio River. Several local rental companies can arrange to drop off and pick your group up, with all the equipment provided. It's a lovely way of seeing more of the area and the wildlife while enjoying the peace and beautiful surroundings. Take a picnic and make a day of it.
A short drive northeast in your rental RV will bring you to the Lost Maples State Natural Area. This area is well known for the spectacular display of fall colors when the maple and other tree leaves begin to die off, but it has plenty to see and do all year round. Thanks to its remote location and low light pollution, the area is also a favorite with stargazers. During the daytime, there are over 10 miles of trails to explore and several geocaches to try and find. The East Trail and West Trail are both a little over 3 miles long, and both are graded as challenging. They are definitely worth the effort, rewarding you with stunning scenic views from the over 2000-feet high cliffs. Just remember plenty of water and good hiking boots. If you enjoy river fishing, then bring your gear and have a try in the Sabinal River or Can Creek that both flow through the park.
The nearest town while camping at Becs Store RV Park is the small community of Concan, but it has few facilities. A little further south is the town of Uvalde, where you can find a reasonable selection of grocery stores, cafes, and restaurants.
While in Uvalde, aviation enthusiasts should make a point of visiting the Aviation Museum at Garner Field. Housed in an original Army Airfield Hangar, the museum contains some lovingly restored and maintained aircraft from the World War II period, plus a collection of period memorabilia.
To the north, near Rocksprings, is the Devil's Sinkhole State Natural Area. The area is famous for the 50-feet wide, 140-feet deep shaft that leads to a vast cavern below. The cavern is home to around three million bats that every evening put on a fantastic show as they all leave the cavern to go hunting. The area is highly protected, and the only access is through guided tours that start and finish at the visitor center.
The city of San Antonio is a short drive to the east and world-famous for being the home of the Alamo. This iconic mission played a significant role in the history of Texas, particularly during the Texas Revolution. The site attracts around three million visitors each year, and should definitely be on your visit list while RV camping nearby.