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Located in the state of Texas at the crossroads of US Highway 87 and Interstate 20 in Howard County is the city of Big Spring, a great getaway location to take your RV rental. Consider driving south to include the city of San Angelo in your Big Spring travel trailer rental. Another city that can be included in your outdoor adventure is Lubbock, located to the north of the city.

The area of Howard County covers three different ecological regions including the Rolling Plains to the north and east, the Edwards Plateau to the south and the Southern High Plains to the west, offering a great deal of nature-based activities to undertake while out driving in your Big Spring camper rental.

Big Spring’s history dates back to the completion of the Texas and Pacific Railroad, which led to the founding of the city. The discovery of oil in the region in the 1920’s catapulted the city’s economy.

Today, the city and its neighboring areas offer a number of attractions that are perfect for weekend getaways.

The Great Outdoors

Big Spring and its surrounding areas are known for their wide-open expanses, bluffs, parks and outdoor venues that are ideal for hiking, walking, jogging and more.

Head to Big Spring State Park during your outdoor vacation. Located on one side of the Conococheague Mountain, the park offers trails like the Iron Horse Trail for day and overnight hiking, picnicking spots and a short trail that leads to the historic railroad tunnel. A walk up to the bluff offers great views of the 382-acre park. Try catching a sunrise or sunset from this point.

A short cruise in your camper rental from Big Spring brings you to Lake Colorado City State Park, a 500 acre-park bordering the lake. Activities like camping, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, nature photography, and birding are popular here.

Comanche Trail Park’s main attraction is its 6900-seat limestone amphitheater and 18-hole golf course; enjoy both these attractions on your visit to the trail, park Big Spring luxury motorhome rental here and go exploring. In addition to this, you may opt to go hiking, biking and walking through nature trails.

Drive your RV towards the Baja Roja Trail off Interstate 20, where miles and miles of sandy trails and two motocross tracks await you. The park is located next to a dry lakebed and has facilities like BBQ pits, shaded areas, and camping spots, and is ideal for ATV and dirt bike riders.

RV Parks

Surrounded by state parks and outdoor attractions, Big Spring is a popular vacation spot, with plenty of RV parking sites spread around the city. Whip In RV Park off Interstate 20 offers vacationers about 60 spaces. Facilities include full hookups, pull-thru and seasonal sites, gravel pads, WiFi, restrooms and showers, cable, and laundry.

Another option to consider for parking your Big Spring motorhome rental RV rental Hat Creek RV Park. It is home to 60 deluxe RV pads that offer hookups, water, shower and restroom facilities, sewer, trash, laundry, cable, on-site store, and recreational facilities.

Another popular place to park your Big Spring luxury motorhome rental West Texas Friendly RV Park; it offers large pull-thru sites, big rig friendly, covered spots, back-in sites, restrooms with showers, laundry, and park maintenance.

Suburban East RV Park on Cedar Road in Big Spring is another option with amenities like full service, complete hookups with cable TV, showers, laundry, pool, and a convenience store. Cabins are also available at this park.

Exploring the City

While on an outdoor excursion in Big Spring, you will find that there is a vast amount to explore. The city offers interesting museums, such as Hangar 25 Air Museum, it displays exhibits that focus on the city’s heritage of military traditions; check out the cargo planes on display along with other aviation memorabilia. The Heritage Museum houses items of cultural and historical significance to Big Spring and West Texas.

For a day of family fun drive to the Russ McEwen Family Aquatic Center to splash about in the pools and on slides to beat the heat on a hot, summer day.

For art lovers, check out the Desert Flower Art Gallery on South Main Street, where local artwork is accompanied by fun, live entertainment. For theater and dance performances, the Hall Center For Arts is a good option.

Big Spring Bowl-A-Rama is a popular haunt and a great way to spend an evening of fun. A 24-lane bowling center, video, and amusement games offer hours of fun entertainment.

Should you be seeking the hot Texas sunshine, consider an RV rental in Big Spring. Soak up some sun as you relax at a campground, enjoy some good Texas barbecue, and enjoy the landscape.

RV Rentals in Big Spring, TX

Big Spring, TX is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Big Spring. Outdoorsy's Big Spring RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Big Spring are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, and Colorado Bend State Park.

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What's around Big Spring, TX


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
San Angelo State Park Trail San Angelo Texas
I-20 Wildlife Preserve Midland Texas
Odessa Meteor Crater Trail Odessa Texas
Beal Park Midland Texas
Mae Simmons Park Trail Lubbock Texas
Big Spring State Park Loop Big Spring Texas
Abilene State Park Trail Tuscola Texas
Lake Colorado Trail Colorado City Texas
Monahans Sandhills State Park Nature Trail Monahans Texas
Purina Trail Lubbock Texas

Nearby Dumpstations

Pacific Pride Commercial

Hwy 350 Ira, TX 79527
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Pacific Pride Commercial

1101 ANDREWS HWY Midland, TX 79701
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Pacific Pride Commercial

MAIN ST. & REX AVE. Forsan, TX 79720
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Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Westbrook, TX 79565
Westbound, 14 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, WiFi Internet (not reliable due to budget), Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Turnout Big Spring, TX 79720
Westbound, 8 truck parking spaces, Picnic Table-No Facilities (R)

Pacific Pride Commercial

4911 S. US Highway 87 Big Spring, TX 79720
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Pacific Pride Commercial

HWY 137 Big Lake, TX 76932
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Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Coahoma, TX 79511
Eastbound, 6 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap (R)

Pacific Pride Commercial

4TH & DALLAS Lamesa, TX 79331
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Rest Stop

Turnout Big Spring, TX 79720
Eastbound, Picnic Table, No Facilities (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Midland RV Campground

campground Midland, TX
Are you looking for an RV Park in Midland, Texas? If so, you won't go far wrong choosing the Midland RV Campground. It is ideally situated in the south western part of town and is within the city limits. You will have easy access to shopping malls, theaters, and cinemas. Opposite the main entrance is the 1-20 Wildlife Preserve, which is well worth visiting. Here you can wander along the trails and look out for wildlife. Other interesting attractions include the Petroleum Museum, which covers 230 million years of history, and the George W. Bush childhood home. Midland RV Park has been around for over 40 years, and is run by a number of on-site couples who all do their best to make you feel at home. There are 169 RV sites, all with full hookup, and many are shaded by mature trees. All sites are connected to the city sewer and to city water. You get free WiFi and cable TV, and there are restrooms, showers, a laundry facility, and fitness room.

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