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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
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Hitchcock, Texas, is town located in Galveston County in southeastern Texas. Galveston County also contains the cities of Galveston and Galveston Island. Hitchcock isn’t actually on the coast, but it’s only about a ten-minute drive to the ocean. The town also features tributaries that run into the ocean. Rent an RV in Hitchcock and head to the coast within a few minutes. There are also several islands within a quick driving distance.
Hitchcock is less than an hour from Houston, less than thirty minutes from Galveston, and a little under two hours from Beaumont. Hitchcock lies at the intersection where Highway 6 meets Interstate 45, which means you are never far from a highway.
Hitchcock has a history as a town where one can connect to other towns. The town was originally founded in 1873 as a railroad station between Galveston and Houston. After the vegetable shipping industry began to die down, Hitchcock was revived as the home of Hitchcock Naval Air Station in the early days of World War II. Now, the town is a suburb of Galveston, and many employees of Johnson Space Center live there.
Many of the attractions in Hitchcock take place on or around water. It’s a great reason for someone to book an RV in Galveston County. Stand-up paddleboarding is very popular due to the cities man-made canals. These man-made canals are flat water that has no waves, no tides, and have very gentle currents. It’s a good place to learn to paddleboard and spend an afternoon. There are businesses in the area where you are able to also rent one.
Boat tours are also popular. There are several different companies here that offer boating tours. One can stay near the shore to explore the Texas coast and take part in watersports. Others choose to take a tour out further to go fishing; there are even options for deep sea fishing. A particularly experienced or lucky fisher can save considerable money by eating the fish they catch.
Jack Brooks Park has space for picnics as well as hiking. There are bicycling trails, playground equipment, and space for a gathering. There is also a disc golf course. Rent a travel trailer in Hitchcock as your base of operations for a southeast Texas vacation.
Lastly, there are several bayous, lakes, and piers along West Bay, separating Hitchcock from Galveston Island. These offer places for fun in the water, relaxing along the beach, and enjoying the ocean.
When you rent an RV in Hitchcock, and the surrounding area you will have several RV parks where you are able to park. Lazy Days RV Resort offers 50 amp electric, sewer, and water. Most of the tenants are long-term rentals, but they offer short-term rentals as well. The pads are paved, and all are back-in spots.
Hitchcock RV Park offers waterfront parking spots. They have paved strips, 50 amp electric, sewer, and water. They also offer cable and WiFi. Both long-term and short-term options are available.
Oasis Resort and RV Park in La Marque, Texas, offers pull-through spots for drivers who would rather not back into a spot. That’s something to consider for first-timers driving an RV rentals. They have concrete parking pads and pool access. Electric, sewer and water hookups are also provided.
Galveston Bay RV Resort and Marina is a possible choice for anyone who has a boat they would like to bring with them or who would like to do some fishing. The park is located on Dickinson Bayou in Dickinson, Texas. The resort has pull-through sites and big rig access along with concrete parking pads.
Due to its location near a popular coastal destination, there is no shortage of places to park your Hitchcock, TX motorhome rental.
The Galveston County Fair and Rodeo is one of the biggest draws for tourists to the are. The expanding crowds required that the fair move to Jack Brooks Park in Hitchcock in 1984. The fair has livestock events, rodeo competitions, vendors, and much more. The events last for several days, and there are also some other events throughout the year.
Old School Museum in Santa Fe highlights the history of the region and the Santa Fe school district. There are exhibits of old letterman jackets, yearbooks, and similar historical elements from the schools nearby. It’s a popular spot for field trips and for education historians.
Texas City Museum in Texas City features exhibits about the history of Texas City and southeastern Texas. They have an authentic Civil War cannon, model trains, and other exhibits from around the area. A fan of Texas history might find some very interesting displays at the museum.
Across the bay from Hitchcock, Galveston features several opportunities for tourists. Galveston Railroad Museum is a big draw for railroad buffs. The Galveston Children’s Museum draws many families. The Bryan Museum is a historic building featuring exhibits chronicling Texas history.
Hitchcock, Texas is a great place to find food from all over the country. Texas is obviously known for barbecue and Southern food. It is also a destination for many different groups of immigrants. So a visitor can find Mediterranean food, Indian food, Thai food, and just about anything imaginable.