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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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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.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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On the banks of Lake Livingston, the Lake Livingston/Onalaska KOA welcomes visitors to explore the bejeweled lake region of East Texas. The RV park offers a wonderful home base for exploring this beautiful region. With full hookup sites offering 30 amp and 50 amp electrical service, you will have no difficulty meeting your camper rental needs when you book an RV in Polk County, Texas.
You really do get a true sense of Texas lakeside living when RV camping at Lake Livingston/Onalaska KOA. You can spend time at the on-site swimming beach, the fishing docks and fish cleaning stations, and the boat launch ramps. You’ll also be able to enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurant, overlooking the beautiful waters of Lake Livingston.
Thanks to the central location of the RV campground, you will be able to explore much of East Texas. So, it’s convenient to have on-site laundry facilities and shower houses to use at the end of a day of hiking, swimming, and exploring. But when you do head out with your Onalaska RV rental, you will find these hidden pockets and gems of East Texas. Texas is a big state, and the Piney Woods are often overlooked in favor of the Hill Country and Western Deserts. So when you set your sights on exploring the Piney Woods of Texas, you are sure to find your very own hidden paradise.
If you follow the lakeshore, you will find yourself at Lake Livingston State Park in Livingston. At just over 600 acres, the park is on the small side. However, there are so many recreational opportunities packed into this state park that you will have no difficulty filling your day. Geocaching is a big pastime in Texas, and with Lake Livingston being a popular camping destination for scout groups and youth groups, the park is filled with geocaching opportunities. You can bring some little trinkets and head out on your treasure hunt. If you’d rather take in the scenery in a more leisurely manner, you can set up along the shores of the lake and enjoy the view.
At a little over 160,000 acres of land, the Sam Houston National Forest in New Waverly, Texas is one of the largest parks in East Texas. Named after one of the Founding Fathers of Texas, the park is also home to dozens of archaeological sites dating from 7,000 years ago to the early 1900s. You can hit the trails and search out these sites in hopes of learning more about Texas history, or you can challenge yourself on the Lone Star Hiking Trail, a 128-mile-long trail that is completely contained within the park. If you want to do a little exploring of Lake Conroe, which is partially contained within the park, you can rent a canoe or kayak and head out onto the glistening waters.
Also near Lake Livingston/Onalaska KOA, the Davy Crockett National Forest near Crockett, Texas offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities. You can hike along the countless trails that wind through the piney woods and take in the sights and smells of this natural playground. You can challenge yourself on the Four C National Recreation Trail, the 20-mile-long trail, or enjoy the various nature walks. Or instead, if you fancy yourself an equestrian enthusiast, you can head out on the more than 50 miles of horse trails that cut through the forest.
If you’re looking for a day away from the KOA, but don’t want to travel too far, you can head to the Onalaska City Park. You can play a game at the baseball diamond, let your kids enjoy the playground equipment, or even let your furry friend run free in the dog park.
History lovers can learn more about the history of the region at the Polk County Memorial Museum. With exhibits covering information from the Ice Age to the present day, the Polk County Memorial Museum is sure to have something to interest every member of your traveling party. You’ll be able to view artifacts and photos from various eras of Texas’s history and even take a tour.
When you plan to do some RV camping on the shores of a lake, you will have easy access to boat rental options. There are plenty of boat rental outfitters all along the shores of Lake Livingston and nearby Lake Conroe. You will be able to rent a canoe or kayak with ease, or even a motorized boat if you have the proper qualifications, and explore these gemstones of East Texas.
When you rent an RV near Lake Livingston/Onalaska KOA, you may need to restock your home away from home. Luckily enough, there are plenty of options around the KOA and around town where you can get the supplies that you need.
When in Texas lake country, you will want to find yourself a fish fry somewhere along the shore. You’ll be able to enjoy fresh-caught fried catfish or tilapia and some Southern sides, like baked beans or hushpuppies. And if you’re traveling in the spring, you just might find yourself a crayfish boil.