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As the largest and most populous urban center in Texas, Houston can be overwhelming. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, book an RV in Cypress, TX, a suburb just 30 miles northwest. You can then take the Cypress Park & Ride and link with Houston's METRORail to explore one of the biggest cities in the US.


Get your motorhome rental in Cypress and settle it in one of the RV parks north of town, then take the Park & Ride-METRORail connection, and visit the NASA Johnson Space Center, the zoo, the Downtown Aquarium and the Museum of Natural Science. Given the urban sprawl of Houston in terms of land area, you can also take your camper rental from Cypress and explore farther afield. Austin is 2 ½ hours to the west, while Dallas is 3 ½ hours to the north.


The Great Outdoors


The thought of Texas doesn’t usually conjure up images of rolling hills and vineyards, but east of Austin is the burgeoning wine region of Texas Hill Country. Fredericksburg is at the heart of it all. Pick up your travel trailer rental in Cypress and head there for a wine tour. Time your visit to coincide with South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival in mid-March to make the most of your road trip.


All throughout the year, a visit to any one of Texas' state and national parks is in order. RV rentals in Cypress make it easy to head out in any direction to find one. The Lone Star state takes up an area of more than a quarter million square miles, so it's not surprising that it has more than 100 national and state parks for intrepid outdoor enthusiasts to explore. Unless you have plenty of time to cover that much ground, you probably would end up looking around at a handful of parks a day's drive away with your Cypress camper rental.


If hiking is what you are after, the 128-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail in Sam Houston National Forest one hour north straight ahead should give your legs an epic workout. Wildlife viewing is also high on the list if you like white-tailed deer, feral hog, waterfowl and other migratory game birds, species that also happen to be open to public hunting. If you'd rather fish, largemouth, striped, and white bass are for the taking with a legal fishing license.


Are you planning a day out to the Gulf beaches? Then continue driving your RV rental from Cypress all the way to Padre Island National Seashore about five hours southwest. You'll go wild with its 70-mile long coastline and the wildlife that inhabit in its nutrient-rich tidal flats. Birdwatching, sea kayaking and, of course, swimming are the main activities.


If you time your trip right, which is from mid-June through August, you'll witness turtle hatchlings being released into the ocean. Hang around in the park's campsite for a few days to see public releases. While the park offers no RV hookups, water filling and a dump station are available to all campers.


RV Parks


If you are looking to stay close to town, keep your RV trailer rental in Cypress at Tomball-Rosehill RV Park and Burns RV Park of Tomball. Both are within 10 miles or 15 minutes' drive from the town center.


Tomball-Rosehill park is a small, quiet and pet-friendly campground with easy access to Highway 290, the main artery connecting Cypress to the northwest and Houston. Electric, water and sewer hook-ups are available while shopping options and a range of restaurants are nearby. The Walmart Supercenters of Tomball and Cypress are both within eight miles while a couple of gas stations are less than half a mile away. Many more are located within 15 minutes’ drive.


For a more intimate experience of the Texas Hill Country and its wineries, spring-fed creeks, rolling hills and oak trees, head west and settle in at Fredericksburg RV Park just a few blocks away from the city’s Main Street. Full hook-ups for big rigs are available as well as a range of amenities like free cable TV and WiFi, on-site laundry facilities, and large concrete patios.


If you are traveling in spring, it’s going to be a breathtaking drive with your luxury RV rental in Cypress as the highways from Houston are lined with colorful bluebonnets, black-eyed Susans and Indian paintbrushes, among others.


Exploring the City


The 57-acre Little Cypress Creek Preserve about 4 miles north of the town center is where the locals go to hike, jog, bike and ride horses. While the preserve has 10 man-made shallow ponds, swimming, boating or kayaking and canoeing in them are not permitted. For a time-warp experience, visit the Cypress Top Historic Park which preserved what was left of a mid-19th century railroad community. You will find a recreated railroad depot, a service station, a hall, a tool shed, a general store, a barbershop and two homes. There’s a small paved lot off-street where you can park your rental RV while you are having a look around the historical site.


Start your search for an RV in Cypress, TX and get ready to discover what the Lone Star State has to offer!

RV Rentals in Cypress, TX

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

There are many popular rentals in Cypress. Outdoorsy's Cypress 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 Cypress are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Barton Creek Greenbelt, Tom Hughes Park, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Big Thicket National Preserve, and McKinney Falls State Park.

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What's around Cypress, TX


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Chinquapin Loop Trail Huntsville Texas
Cypress Creek Trail Cypress Texas
Pilant Lake to Bluestem Trail and Riverview Trail Richmond Texas
Memorial Park Red Trail Houston Texas
Pine Gully Trail Seabrook Texas
Lone Star Hiking Trail and Little Lake Creek Trail Richards Texas
Lost Pines Trail Bastrop Texas
George Bush Hike and Bike Trail Houston Texas
The Anthills Trail Houston Texas
Jack Brooks Park Trail Hitchcock Texas

Nearby Campgrounds

Lake Conroe RV Resort

campground Conroe, TX
Waterside locations tend to be popular places to park up, and Lake Conroe RV Resort in Conroe, Texas is no exception. This lovely site has great amenities, and is ideally placed to enjoy the lake itself, as well as to visit local restaurants, the factory outlet at Conroe, a range of boutiques, and to play golf at a number of local clubs. Bigger attractions to be found nearby include the NASA Space Center. Big rigs are welcome at Lake Conroe RV Resort, and there is pull-thru access, sewer, electric and water, as well as picnic tables, fire rings, bathhouses and a laundry. This is a good site if you are looking for a secluded, natural setting, and want to take advantage of the fishing and boating opportunities the lake offers, or if you are keen to enter a local fishing tournament.

Willow Lake RV Resort

campground League City, TX
Willow Lake RV Resort in League City, Texas, is a relatively new park that was completed in 2015 and features some of the best amenities available in any RV park of the area. As a result, the facilities are new and clean and include restrooms with modern showers, a community room, laundry facilities, a fitness room, waterside gazebos, fire pits, and swimming pool. There are over 150 spacious RV pads which are all concrete and sport the usual arrangement of hookups including 30 and 50 amp electric, water, sewer and free wifi. The pull throughs are designed to accommodate big rigs, so you don't have to worry that you'll fit your new customized trailer in here. This is really a beautiful park set on a lovely lake with willow trees bending out over the water. The park is both pet and family friendly, so you can expect it to get a little noisy at times, but it's a definite keeper.

Oakhollow Mobile Home & RV Park

campground Pearland, TX
Would you like to explore Pearland in Texas? If so, why not take your RV and head for the Oakhollow Mobile Home & RV Park. It has a beautiful setting, right in the middle of a heavily wooded area, and at the back of the park is Coward Creek, which gently flows along. It's a wonderful place to sit in the shade and just relax. The park is located well away from the noise of the city, but if you need to shop, Walmart is just down the road. There are also plenty of restaurants close by, in case you don't want to cook for yourself. There are movie theaters just 15 minutes away, and of course, you aren't far from some great shops in Pearland town center. There are 65 RV sites at Oakhollow, all with full hookup. There are electric security gates, which should make you feel safe. Both people who just want to stay a few days and those who want a longer booking, are welcome to stay.

Galveston Bay RV Resort

campground Baytown, TX
Galveston Bay RV Resort is a great place to stay in Baytown, Texas on the north shore of Galveston Bay. The resort is within the city limits, and it is close to major highways and attractions. Although the resort is close to major thoroughfares and attractions, it is far enough away that campers avoid the traffic, noise, and rush of ordinary life. The resort is nicely landscaped with tall trees and green spaces. Campers have access to Wi-Fi throughout the resort. There are 136 concretes sites for camping comfort. Many of the sites are on the waterfront where guests can enjoy the wonderful sunsets over the bay. The sites have 20, 30, or 50 amp service on individual meters. Close to the sites, there is a public marina with boat launch facilities and a 500 foot, lighted fishing pier as well as a fish cleaning station. This beautiful resort is a great place to spend some relaxing time.

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Recommendations for Cypress, TX from Outdoorsy Owners


This is a very nice RV park, quiet, clean and very nice with good amenities at the park itself like a pool ETC. Great month rates as well.

Chill Scenic
Oct 25, 2017

All Flying J's have a dump station. You must pre-pay inside and they will give you a code to unlock the station.

Jun 9, 2017