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The Houston area is a popping place, but staying in the downtown can be a little taxing on both your energy and wallet. Book an RV in Lake Jackson to have the best of both worlds. While not right around the corner from Houston, Lake Jackson is within the Greater Houston Metropolitan Area and is still an easy commute to the city if you so choose.

Lake Jackson began as a planned community for workers of the Dow Chemical Company, and just a handful of years later it was officially incorporated as a town. Nicknamed the “City of Enchantment,” you’ll notice a naming theme for all their streets. Pre-development, the area was rich with looming oaks, elms, and other ravenous plants. The decision made to spare as many as possible is indicative of the respect this area has for the land. As a result, the town named the streets after trees, flowers, fruits, and shrubs to keep with a natural vibe. Come on down to Lake Jackson where the only ones throwing shade will be the trees.

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The Great Outdoors

The town of Lake Jackson has put great effort into building parks and outdoor public areas for their community. And, you too, can use these facilities during your vacation in your rental RV. MacLean Park is one of their larger parks offering a variety of activities for all ages. There are playgrounds for the kids, sports fields, and fitness paths; all to help encourage a healthy lifestyle.

Though the town is called Lake Jackson, you will also find Mammoth Lake here. This former archaeological dig site has now become a popular diving site with depths up to 80 feet. Not many people can say they were able to take a scuba diving class in the middle of a camper rental trip to Brazoria County, Texas.

If you’re searching for larger expanses of forestland, you do have two options close by. Nannie M. Stringfellow Wildlife Management Area is a 3,666 is a floodplain area in Brazoria. Because this area is prone to flooding, be sure to wear proper, waterproof footwear should you intend to hike through the park. A little bit further, is where you’ll discover Brazos Bend State Park in Needville. Deemed the “nature lover’s paradise,” Brazos Bend State Park will supply a wild time. With 37-miles of trails, hike, bike, or ride through the park. They’ve even set up a virtual tour complete with a scavenger hunt to get you really engaged with your surroundings.

RV Parks

If you find yourself in Lake Jackson in your camper rental and are looking to spend a night or two, or perhaps you scheduled a whole week in the area, you won’t be short on options. Within Lake Jackson specifically, Paradise Lost RV Park is a great choice if you prefer to stay local. Although Paradise Lost is going for a rustic feel, they offer full hookup sites and WiFi.

Brazoria County is littered with RV Parks, which is extremely convenient when passing through here with your Lake Jackosn travel trailer rental. There are campgrounds on the water and in the forests. The majority will have full hookups and a handful of other amenities to make your stay as homely as possible.

Exploring the City

Lake Jackson, considering its size, has more to do than you’d anticipate. Abner Jackson Plantation Site is a major attraction due to its historic significance to the area. This former sugar plantation spanned an impressive 6,400 acres. Though its history is steeped in unfavorable circumstances, the plantation offers insight into the sugaring process and the transition from slave labor to convict labor.

For further history on the city, Lake Jackson Historical Museum is a great resource. Many of the exhibits are interactive, so bring the kids along. The museum focuses on four eras of Lake Jackson: prehistoric, plantation, development of the petrochemical industry, and the modern day.

Speaking of kiddos, if you happen to have them in tow, both the Gulf Coast Bird Observatory and Urban Air Adventure Park are perfect spots for them to hang out. At the bird observatory, they will learn about the birds native to the area and see them up close. There are many events and opportunities that allow everyone to understand the importance of protecting, rehabilitating, and preserving these birds. If the kids are too energetic for a more stagnant activity, Urban Air Adventure Park will surely tire them out. This trampoline park provides more than just spring platforms; there’s an indoor rope course, rock climbing, zip lines, and more.

Should it be a cozy little Texas town you are seeking to wander through, consider a motorhome rental in Lake Jackson. Let the kiddos explore the adventure park, take a walk along a trail, enjoy a sunset, and take in the outstanding scenery. Rent a luxury motorhome in Lake Jackson, TX, and have fun exploring The Lone Star State.

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