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Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is located in southern Texas, close to the US-Mexico border and the city of Laredo. With Corpus Christi a few hours east and San Antonio a couple of hours north, Lake Casa Blanca International State Park lies in somewhat isolation to many large Texan cities. The state park lies on the shores of Lake Casa Blanca, who’s construction in the early 1950s provided a recreational site for the many hundreds that visit every year.
Lake Casa Blanca International State Park offers campers the chance to delight in the lakes fantastic fishing, boating, and watersport opportunities, while at the same time soaking up the great outdoors of southern Texas. One of the southernmost state parks in all of the US, Lake Casa Blanca International State Park, is a great place to take a rental RV. Accessing the park with an RV rental is made even easier with Interstate 35 running close to the park.
Rent a camper near Lake Casa Blanca International State Park, and you too can experience this perfect blend of Texan and Mexican culture. Search for an RV in Webb County to begin your Lake Casa Blanca International State Park adventure.
Many of Lake Casa Blanca International State Park’s visitors come to the park for Lake Casa Blanca itself. Keen fishermen and women seek out the shores of this vast lake fro the fantastic fishing it can provide. The lake is home to a wide range of fish species, making it very appealing to serious and amateur anglers. Lake Casa Blanca International State Park campers can try their hand at catching largemouth bass, crappie, black bass, hybrid stripers, perch, catfish, and smallmouth bass. The park is home to a fishing pier-providing a great place to cast out your line. A fishing license is not needed to fish from the shoreline but is required if you wish to fish from a boat.
Alongside the great fishing, Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is also a brilliant place for boating of all kinds. The park and lake are home to several boat launching ramps, and this makes accessing the water a breeze. Whether it’s high-speed watersports such as waterskiing or a relaxing sail along the lake with a pontoon boat - Lake Casa Blanca International State Park has it all. Those motorhome camping without their own boats need not worry, ‘Chloe’s Convenience Store’ rents out kayaks, canoes, and paddleboats to campers at a competitive fee.
It is not only the thrilling lakeside recreation to be enjoyed at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park, but the breadth of nature here is also awe-inspiring. The park is home to many migrating birds, and these include vermilion flycatcher, golden-fronted, and Ladder-backed woodpeckers-great for the avid birdwatcher. Other animals that campers may catch sight of are black-tailed jackrabbits, white-tailed deer, javelina, bobcats, and Mexican ground squirrel. All these can be seen from the park’s many hiking trails, giving campers a scenic look at this idyllic Texan wonderland.
Those camping with an RV at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park will find over sixty-five accommodating camping sites in the park. Ten of these sites come will full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. The remaining sites have partial hookups, which only include the electric hookup. Facilities on-site include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower blocks, and fire rings. Pets are welcome on-site but must be kept on a leash at all times.
An alternative to camping at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is to venture a little further south to ‘4 Seasons RV Park.’ This RV park offers 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Facilities here include a dump station, toilets, laundry services, and an on-site swimming pool.
The local city of Laredo is a historic borderland town, home to many must-see sites representing both the United States and Spanish/Mexican heritage. The ‘Republic of the Rio Grande Museum’ is one such unmissable sites in the city. This historic house museum was once the capital house-building of the short-lived state, the Republic of the Rio Grande. There are numerous exhibitions showcasing the history of the Republic of the Rio Grande and many artifacts from that era. There are also restored rooms that give visitors an idea of what life was like during the mid 19th century in Laredo.
Campers may wish to make the two-hour drive north to the city of San Antonio, opens up a whole new possibility of day trips for the entire family. No visit to San Antonio is complete without a trip to the legendary fort, The Alamo. Welcoming over four million visitors a year, it is arguably one of the USA’s most popular historical sites. Visitors can take a tour of the chapel, and the Long Barracks, the latter of which contains a small museum with paintings, weapons, and other artifacts from the Texas Revolution era. Additional artifacts are displayed in another complex building, alongside a large diorama that recreates the compound as it existed in 1836. As it is such a strong symbol Texas and the nation, a visit here is one not to be missed.
Visitors to the city of San Antonio looking for a day of excitement and thrills should look no further than ‘Six Flags Fiesta Texas.’ This huge theme park is divided into five themed areas and an adjoining water park. From giant rollercoaster thrill rides, family rides, and kids rides, there is something here for the whole family. Throughout the park, you are able to find food stalls, cloth stores, and gift shops. Six Flags is the perfect day out for the whole family, especially for those with young children.