Buck Creek RV Park is conveniently located just outside the small city of Abilene, in west-central Texas. It’s an ideal stop for anyone road-tripping through the area or for travelers hoping to enjoy the charm and beauty of the Texas countryside. The RV park is a 15-minute drive from downtown Abilene and is also within driving distance of many other Texas cities. The Dallas/Fort Worth metro area is only two hours' drive from the park, and the historic riverside city of San Angelo is 90 minutes' drive south.The campsites at Buck Creek RV Park are large with pull-through access. Sites come with full hookups with 20, 30, and 50 amp service. WiFi is available throughout the park, and campers can take advantage of the park's clean restrooms and showers as well as a laundry room. This Abilene RV park has a family-friendly atmosphere, and pets are welcome, too. The park is close to many popular outdoor activities, and it’s easy to access the conveniences that Abilene has to offer.
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Camping at Buck Creek RV Park makes it easy to reach the many lakes and natural areas that Abilene has to offer. One of the closest is Abilene State Park, just 30 miles southwest of the RV park. The state park is on the shores of Lake Abilene, and visitors can enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing during the summer months. There is a swimming pool as well as a lake, and you can go fishing without a license in both Lake Abilene and the nearby Buffalo Wallow Pond. Canoes and kayaks are available for rent from the park headquarters during the summer. A nature trail runs through the park; it's best for gentle hiking and biking. Horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, and basketball courts are on-site, and picnic sites can be found throughout the park.When you book an RV in Callahan County, you can spend some time on the shores of Lake Fort Phantom Hill, the largest lake in the area. This is a very popular destination for fishing, and in the lake, you will find several different types of bass, crappie, catfish, and drum. Several points along the shoreline are excellent for fishing. Boat ramps are located at various spots around the lake. Since this lake is one of the largest in the area, it’s a great option if you want to use a motorized watercraft. Sea Bee Park is also nearby and is a good place for picnicking.The Abilene area is full of bike trails, and many of the main roads are suitable for biking as well. You can even access a popular road biking route from your Buck Creek RV Park campsite. The Buck Creek Mountain Bike Trail is also located close by, and several outfitters in the town of Abilene offer rental bikes. Abilene is also a popular destination for bird watching and hunting. There are great places to birdwatch throughout the metro area, and you may spot osprey, songbirds, orioles, woodpeckers, wrens, and more. Hunters will enjoy visiting the private hunting preserve north of town.
Motorhome camping in Abilene provides you with all the charm of a small town combined with the conveniences of a bigger city. The Buck Creek RV Park campsites are located very close to a local gas station, and several supermarkets are just a short drive away in the city. Abilene also has numerous excellent restaurants to choose from. In particular, you’ll find excellent Mexican food and barbecue. Shopping centers are located throughout Abilene, too.History buffs will find lots of exciting attractions to explore in the Abilene area. Frontier Texas! is a museum that focuses on the history of the American West as the pioneers explored the new frontier. Historic Fort Phantom Hill is another must-visit for history buffs - the fort was built in the 19th century, and many of the buildings have been preserved since that period.If you’re traveling with children, you’ll want to visit the Abilene Zoological Park. Here you can hop on a safari train, pan for gems at the mining sluice, and view rhinos, cougars, and an array of tropical birds, among lots of other creatures. Kids will also appreciate a visit to the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature, which has exhibits featuring some of the world’s most popular children’s books.Another popular attraction is the Grace Museum, which features rotating galleries of art by Texas artists. Outside the city, you can visit Buffalo Gap Historic Village, which is an old frontier town that has been preserved.