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Located in the city of Hico, the Bosque River RV Park is a small RV campground with 21 campsites. Each of the sites is full hook-up with electric, water, and sewage connections, making your stay as comfortable as possible, plus there is free WiFi.
The majority of the sites at Bosque River RV Park are pull-thru, perfect should you be new to RV camping, and the RV park can` cater for even the largest rigs. Campsites are spread between the numerous oak and pecan trees in the park, giving space and seclusion, and your dog is welcome at this pet-friendly park.
On-site, you'll find modern restrooms with hot showers, picnic areas, a volleyball court, and two playgrounds. Bosque River RV Park is a quiet campground on the edge of the town, perfect for a family motorhome camping vacation.
Bosque River RV Park sits on the banks of the North Bosque River, and the adjacent park offers a pretty walking trail along the river. Situated in the very heart of Texas, the large cities of Fort Worth and Dallas are to the northwest, with Waco to the southeast.
There are several state parks within just a few miles of Bosque River RV Park, so ideal when you love the great outdoors. To the northwest is Cleburne State Park, which has the 116-acre Cedar Lake in its center. The lake offers visitors swimming on the protected beach area, fishing, and plenty of hiking trails to explore.
While on the trails, try your hand at geocaching and hunt for treasure. With eleven separate, interconnected, short trails, you can mix and match to create the perfect hike for you. The longest walk is the Fossil Ridge Trail, at 2.5 miles. It follows the edge of the park with plenty of ups and downs to keep you interested, and many picturesque views to enjoy. By combining it with the 0.7-mile Spillway trail and the 1.1-mile Coyote Run Nature Trail, you can complete a full circuit around the park.
Cedar Lake allows you to get out on the water, with rental canoes available in the park. Speeds are restricted on the water, with a no-wake policy, so it is always a peaceful place to be. If you enjoy a little fishing, then don't forget your gear and bait, as the lake is well-stocked with largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish.
Heading south brings you to the Meridan State Park, surrounding the 72-acre Meridan Lake. Hiking, fishing, swimming, and birdwatching are the main activities here, plus boating on the lake. Kayaks and canoes are available to rent at the lakeside, and as there's a no-wake rule in force, it is a pleasant place for beginners to learn. Fishing is popular here, and you can rent all the equipment you need, plus you don't need a license to fish at Meridan Lake.
The 2.2-mile Bosque Hiking Trail is a loop around the lake, with lovely views down the lake from the dam. Several other well-marked hiking trails take you around the different areas of the park.
The town of Hico is a five-minute walk from the campground, with a good choice of grocery stores and restaurants. When you book an RV in Hamilton County, there's a whole array of exciting places to discover while on your outdoor adventure.
While in Hico, pay a visit to the Billy the Kid Museum and step back in time to the days of gunslingers and outlaws. The museum examines the claim that Billy was not shot dead by Pat Garret, but was living in Hico under the name Brushy Bill. The museum is small but has a lot of detailed information on Billy. Pop in and decide for yourself! There's even a statue of Billy the Kid close to the museum in downtown Hico.
The downtown area of the town still retains many old buildings, dating back to the 1800s, and you can imagine people like Billy the Kid living here.
What says Texas more than a steak cookoff? If you are on a motorhome camping vacation near Hico in May, you won't want to miss the annual Texas Steak Cookoff and Wine Festival held in the downtown area.
When you want a bit of fun exercise while in the town, try the 18-hole disc golf course and practice your frisbee skills while getting fit at the same time!
A short drive north in your rental RV is the town of Glen Rose and the Dinosaur World theme park. Visitors can see life-size models of the creatures that once roamed our world and stand in amazement at how enormous they were. Some of the models are 80 feet long, and on arrival, you will pass a life-size replica of the most feared dinosaur, the T-Rex. It's an exciting and educational visit for the whole family.