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Located in northern Texas, Lake Ray Hubbard is well worth a visit for anyone that has chosen to book an RV in Rockwall County. Conveniently located along the stretch of I-30 that runs between Dallas and Greenville, Lake Ray Hubbard provides the perfect lakeside getaway for anyone with an RV rental nearby.
Lake Ray Hubbard was created in 1968 as a freshwater reservoir on the East Fork of the Trinity River and provides water and flood control to the nearby communities. Nowadays, as one of the largest freshwater lakes in Northern Texas, it has become a popular haunt amongst those who love to spend time in and around the water.
With the city conveniences of Dallas just moments away and the vast Texan countryside right on your doorstep, consider renting an RV near Lake Ray Hubbard for your next vacation.
Sprawling across 22,000 acres, camping at Lake Ray Hubbard is a popular activity amongst serious boaters. Although the lake is suitable for all varieties of boating activities, it is most famous for sailing and has become a central point for yacht racing in the US. Rent a camper near Lake Ray Roberts during summer to witness the bi-weekly sailboat races at Chandlers Landing, or sign up for a week of lessons at the International Windsurfing School! For this reason, the lake is well equipped for boaters with four marinas and three public boat launch ramps. One of the most accessible boat launching areas can be found in the city of Rockwall, where there are also ample shops and stores should you need to rent any additional boating equipment.
With so much space for activities on Lake Ray Hubbard, there is also plenty of room for fishermen to head out with their boats for the day! Whether you prefer to fish from a quiet stretch of shoreline or from the comfort of your own boat, it is possible on Lake Ray Hubbard. Striped Bass and Blue Catfish have become some of the most popular species in the lake and can be found in the open waters - just watch out for the water skiers on the way! There is also a small population of largemouth bass in the lake that can be found hidden amongst the vegetation in the shallower waters.
With such a variety of landscapes here such as mudflats, marshes, and wetlands, those camping with an RV will have endless opportunities for bird watching. Head to the north shores of Lake Ray Hubbard where the adjoining lands to Lavon Lake provide the best chance of catching some of the rarer species that frequent these lakes. On a good day expect to catch a glimpse of the huge American White Pelican, tri-color Heron and possible a nesting osprey or two!
Unfortunately, there are not any campgrounds situated right next to Lake Ray Hubbard, so campers will need to head a little further out to find somewhere to set up camp for the night.
One of the closest campgrounds to the lake is Plantation Place RV Park, an easy fifteen-minute drive away from Rockwall. This luxury campground caters for even the most demanding of campers; all sites come with full hookup facilities for your rental RV, free premium cable TV connections and high-speed wireless internet! Set within a picturesque 40-acre estate complete with a small private lake, campers are guaranteed a comfortable stay here.
Alternatively, head north for a wider selection of campground to choose from. Some of the most scenic spots can be found dotted around Lavon Lake. For those in self-contained units, consider staying at the Lavon Lake RV Park, which offers travelers secluded, lakeside spots. Although all sites are fully equipped with water, electricity and sewer hookups, there are no washroom facilities on site, so do bear this in mind.
The town of Rockwall can be found on the lake’s eastern shores and provides visitors with a selection of convenience stores, restaurants, and museums to enjoy. It is well worth spending an evening on Rockwall Harbor. This scenic waterfront spot has a plethora of restaurants serving classic Texan cuisine as well as great shops, impressive live music performances, and even better sunsets!
Rockwall County Historical Museum is a must-visit for any history buffs camping in an RV near Rockwall. Housed in a 19th century Mason-La Moreaux house, the museum aims to preserve and celebrate Rockwall County’s varied history. Take a guided or self-guided tour around the house to discover the original kitchen and bedroom furnishings, as they were first designed in 1850.
The sprawling metropolis of Dallas is just minutes away and has limitless amounts of attractions to keep the whole family busy. With endless warm days in Texas, why not spend a sunny afternoon at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Use the well-maintained paths to explore every corner of this 66-acre site. Spring is arguably the most beautiful season to visit, with the garden full of vibrant blooms and a beautifully perfumed air. During this time, the gardens are also home to the Blooms Spring festival, one of the state’s largest outdoor festivals!
Another stand-out attraction in Dallas is The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. As its name suggests, this museum is located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building, the place where the sniper who assassinated John F Kennedy is thought to have been standing. Open seven days a week, visitors can learn about the life, death, and legacy of the much-loved president through photographs, historical films, and artifacts.