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While traveling to or through the Lone Star State, an RV haven awaits in West Texas. Gaslight Square Mobile Estates is just about as west as you can get in Texas, sitting right along the border with New Mexico. Escape to the often therapeutic and adventurous desert landscape of the American Southwest; book a camper rental near Gaslight Square.
Reserve a site for a night, a week, or even a month and take your time exploring the area. RV campsites at Gaslight Square come with full hookups and pull-through access, and there are restrooms and laundry facilities on-site. All of the comforts are covered here, so you can relax in the sunshine and dry air of the Chihuahuan desert.
When you find yourself with free time, you can enjoy the recreational amenities on-site. Head to the swimming pool to escape the Texas heat, or spend time on the basketball court. Gaslight Square is conveniently located within suburban El Paso, near a variety of shopping centers, restaurants, and other entertainment venues.
Just down the road from the Gaslight Square campsites is Franklin Mountains State Park in El Paso, Texas. A popular destination among locals and travelers alike, Franklin Mountains offers a variety of sights and experiences to enjoy. These desert mountains feature 100 miles of hiking trails for a variety of skill levels. Take a leisurely stroll along the base of the mountains to appreciate nature, or challenge yourself and head up into the mountains for a stunning view of the desert below. If you have the experience and equipment, you can challenge yourself with the rock climbing opportunities strewn about the park. Regardless of how you spend the day, the desert sunset that paints the landscape in reds, pinks, oranges, and purples is sure to leave you breathless.
Those looking for a unique mountain experience can cross the border to the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in Las Cruces, New Mexico. These mountain peaks shoot out of the ground, reaching heights of 9,000 feet. You can explore the peaks and valleys, traverse through the ponderosa pine forest, or take a camera for some unparalleled wildlife photography opportunities. The area is also known for its rich prehistoric records, giving archaeologists and anthropologists rich insight into the indigenous populations of the area. Looking for a serious adventure? Take an ATV to the remote Potrillo Mountains section to motor through the volcanic landscape comprised of lava flows, craters, and cinder cones.
White Sands National Monument has to make the itinerary cut. An hour's drive north of the RV park, this place is a great day trip destination. Its stark landscape creates an otherworldly experience, with striking, pure white gypsum sands windswept into rolling dunes. Take pictures, go sand-sledding, or head out for a hike. The area has a rich history, too, ranging from prehistory and ranching to modern-day. You can learn all about this comprehensive history at the ranger station. Bring plenty of water and don’t forget the sunscreen.
West Texas and the American Southwest has a proud Air Force past, and you can learn all about this history at the War Eagles Air Museum. With aircraft ranging from World War II and the Korean War proudly on display, the museum works to preserve these pieces of history. Many of the aircraft are kept in flying condition, and if you’re lucky, you just might get to see some of these metal beasts take flight.
The desert heat cannot be understated. Escape the sweltering sun for a bit with a visit to the waterpark in Anthony. With more than 20 attractions designed to keep you cool, you can slide down the water slides, cool off in the lazy river, grab an inner tube and glide, or enjoy the free-swim pools.
Those who want to see and learn as much about the Chihuahuan desert as possible should head to the Chihuahuan Desert Gardens in El Paso. With more than 800 plant species housed within the gardens, you get a beautifully stunning snapshot of the biodiversity of the region. Stroll through the gardens and enjoy the rich American Southwest landscape.
El Paso is on the New Mexico border, and it's also on the international border with Mexico. While camping near El Paso, you'll be in a prime position to sample some authentic Mexican food. There are several one-of-a-kind restaurants serving up spicy south-of-the-border food, in addition to a variety of other offerings, including pizza, hot dogs, sandwiches, and fast-casual cuisines.