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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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A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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The area around Lost Creek started attracting settlers during the mid-1850s and was renamed Jacksboro in 1858 in honor of the Jack Brothers, veterans of the Texas Revolution. The westernmost Texas settlement after the Civil War, Jacksboro barely survived raids from Native Americans and features many ruins from the time period. To provide safety for the influx of migrants to the area, Fort Richardson was built just south of Jacksboro. With the arrival of the railroad in 1898, the town grew and even doubled in size by the 1930s, when oil was discovered in the nearby towns of Antelope and Bryson. Today, the town is a vibrant city just an hour's drive outside of Fort Worth.
Fort Richardson State Park and Historic Site was the site of an active fort during the American Civil War between 1867 and 1878. Today, visitors to the park can step back in time as they explore seven of the restored historic buildings: the post hospital, a morgue, a commissary, the officer’s quarters, a bakery, a powder magazine, and the guardhouse. In addition to historical activities, enjoy over 11 miles of nature trails, wade in the seasonal creek, go horseback riding, or bring your RV rental from Jacksboro and camp in the full hookup campsites.
Another state park to visit when you book a travel trailer rental in Jacksboro is Lake Mineral Wells State Park and Trailway in Mineral Wells. Situated in the heart of cattle country, the park’s beautiful scenery offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation. Amenities at Mineral Wells include miles of nature trails, areas for rock climbing, a large 640-acre lake, boating, and fishing. Bring your RV rental from Jacksboro, Texas, and you could camp at one of the partial hookup sites which feature either 30 or 50 amp electrical service, water hookups, a lantern post, fire pit, and picnic table.
Chisholm Trail Memorial Park in Bowie is a small park which commemorates the cattle drives along the Chisholm Trail. The site of the park was the last stop in Texas before herders would travel north using The Great Texas Cattle Trails. The park pays homage with nine life-size longhorns and two cowboys made of steel. At the park, you can enjoy a picnic or take a short stroll on one of the nature trails.
Looking for a place to stay when you rent a motorhome in Jacksboro? One option is Hidden Lake RV Ranch and Safari. All the sites here include a fire pit, picnic table, and 30/50 amp electrical service with full hookups. Pull-through and back-in sites are available. There’s a laundromat, bathroom with hot showers, and a TV room. For those trying to get a little physical activity, there’s a volleyball and badminton court, horseshoe pit, bocce ball area, and a playground for the little ones. Fish on the private well-stocked lake, or for an additional fee, enjoy a guided safari on the premises.
Another choice is Bay Landing RV Campground in Bridgeport. The beautiful campground offers spacious sites along the shores of Lake Bridgeport. Amenities include a mini-golf course, nature trails, an on-site restaurant, restrooms with hot showers, shuffleboard courts, seasonal swimming pools and a hot tub. Guests can also rent bikes, utilize the picnic pavilions, cuddle up with a book in the library, take the dog for a walk in the dog park, and several other activities.
Start your trip off right when you book an RV in Jack County with a visit to Jack County Museum. Dedicated to preserving the history of Jack County, the building which houses the museum was built in 1882 and is perhaps the oldest home in Jack County. The house was the birthing place of the “Corn Club,” which later became known as the “4-H Club.” At the museum, visitors can peruse artifacts related to early life in Jack County, check out a large collection of military exhibits, see 4-H memorabilia, and skim through cemetery and genealogical records. The Jack County Museum also plays host to several events throughout the year, so be sure to check if anything is going on when you book a camper rental in Jacksboro.
Work on your golf swing at the golf course in Perrin. This public nine-hole course also has an on-site mini-golf course for the little ones. The resort is spread across 108 acres and includes four swimming pools, a toddler pool, and a splash pad. Visit during the day or bring your RV rental and stay the night at one of the campsites.
The farm market in Henrietta is open year-round. Purchase and sample fresh, local produce including fruits and vegetables. You can also buy organic, grass-fed, free-range meat and dairy products all while interacting with local farmers and supporting the community. It’s a great time to enjoy some fresh, homegrown food.