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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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If you’re looking for a leafy RV park near the Beltway, you may want to book a campsite at King Parkway MH Community. More than a dozen full hookup sites under large moss-draped trees are on offer at this Houston RV park, with 50/30 amp service, water, and sewer connections, and access to laundry facilities.
Before venturing out to the nearby Sam Houston National Forest, flex your swimming muscles in the shaded pool, or give your legs a bit of a workout on the paved community streets. Kids have a place to run around in the playground, and campers may use the furnished clubhouse for special gatherings.
The King Parkway MH Community offers both short-term and long-term stays, making this motorhome campground an ideal home base for the annual rodeo or the Houston Texans tailgating parties.
Houston may be one of the largest urban centers in the United States, but you only need to drive less than an hour out of the city to experience a slice of nature at Brazos Bend State Park. Walk through a half-mile nature trail through a wetland area; head into the hardwood forest and explore the trails on two feet or two wheels; and keep a sharp eye out for white-tailed deer, river otters, and the American alligator. As three ecosystems converge in the park, more than 300 species of birds have been documented here, using the park as their rest stop, nesting range, or winter home.
If you're looking to stroll on a beach, Galveston Island State Park is a fitting escape from the hustle of downtown Houston. There you can go for a swim, look out for coastal birds, or cast a line for spotted seatrout, redfish, and flounder. Birders will love it here when the park gets busy during the spring and fall migration seasons. More strenuous activities include mountain biking, paddling, and hiking.
A few places in southeast Texas preserve natural spaces where several ecosystems come together. Big Thicket National Preserve is less than two hours' drive from your campsite at King Parkway MH Community. There, you’ll hike through longleaf pine forests or bogs of pitcher plants, or even paddle on miles of creeks and cypress-lined bayous where serenity and solitude make good company. Hiking and canoe trails vary in length, from less than half a mile to close to 20 miles round-trip on two feet, or up to 21-mile-long waterways for paddlers of varying skill levels.
As one of the biggest metropolises in the United States, Houston expectedly offers endless attractions and activities, whatever your age or interest. Camp at King Parkway MH Community to better appreciate the city’s offerings. Whether you came to experience a Texas honky-tonk, see a cheetah or chimpanzee up close at the Houston Zoo, or gawk at the exhibits in the Museum District, you're sure to be delighted with your discoveries.
This being Houston, a visit to the Space Center to see the U.S. Space Program and marvel at flown spacecraft is almost a pilgrimage. Board a tram for a tour of the NASA Johnson Space Center, or hear NASA mission updates at the Mission Briefing Center. If you're more into the historical side of the city, stroll around "The Heights," and admire homes from the late 1800s, and the neighborhood’s 19th Street filled with quaint boutiques, antique shops, and cozy cafes.
If there’s a perfect time to book a campsite at King Parkway MH Community, it’s during the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Put on a hat, slip on your best denim-on-denim attire, and get ready to enjoy musical performances and a raucous carnival.
Houston’s event calendar is filled with other dazzling events, such as the WorldFest Film and Video Festival in April, the Houston International Jazz Festival in August, and the Wings Over Houston Airshow in October, featuring U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the Navy’s Blue Angels.
Dining venues are as varied as the city sights, and within a few miles of King Parkway MH Community, several options can be found. Fast-casual restaurants are plentiful, along with a couple of barbecue joints and Chinese eateries. Branch out into the city center, and you can sample seafood, steaks, and Mexican cuisine.
Come to Houston any time of the year, and there will be something to get excited about. If you want to scratch the surface a bit deeper, book an RV rental in Harris County, and experience as much of Houston as you possibly can.