Find the perfect RV rental in Lakeview RV MH Community, TX. Simple, easy, and fully insured.
Tell us where you want to pick up or have your RV delivered
Sort by vehicle type, date, price, and amenities
Learn more about your favorite RV and the best local destinations
Send a request directly to the owner and start preparing for your adventure
On the southeast edge of Fort Worth, TX is the Lakeview RV and MH Park, nestled on the shores of Lake Arlington. When you are looking for an RV campground that's close to all amenities and has lovely views over a lake, then this could be the one.
Lakeview RV and MH Park is a purpose-built, RV camping only campground with paved and lighted roads. Every campsite is long, wide, and secluded, with plenty of trees and bushes separating them, making this a delightful place to bring your rental RV.
All the campsites are full hook-up, with water, electricity, sewerage, and highspeed WiFi, which is perfect for more extended stays. Note that restrooms and showers are not available at this campground, so you will have to rely on the facilities in your RV rental. There is a laundry on site.
Small dogs are welcome here, up to two per site, and if you are a Good Sam Club member or a senior, then a discount will be applied on the daily rate.
There's plenty to see and do when you book an RV in Tarrant County, and the Lakeview RV and MH Park is in a great location to explore this area of Texas.
Lake Arlington offers a range of activities, including fishing, boating, golf, walking trails, and a park. Anglers will find plenty of largemouth bass and channel catfish in the lake, while other species such as white bass and crappie are also well-stocked. Just remember that you will need a fishing permit here.
The lake is excellent for canoeing or kayaking, and with three public ramps and several rental companies nearby, it's easy to get out on the water. The Lake Arlington Paddling Trail is an almost 11-mile canoeing trail around most of the shoreline, but it can be shortened to 3.9 miles if required.
Close to Lake Arlington Dam are two good hiking trails. The Village Creek Historical Area Trail is an Easy 6-mile out and back route that follows a creek for the majority of the path. The trail leads onto the Pioneer Trail, and extends the distance to 11.5 miles, passing several small ponds towards the end of the route.
Near the dam at the northern end of the lake is the Richard Simpson Park, a public recreation area with playgrounds for the kids, walking trails, and picnic facilities. It's the perfect spot for a relaxing afternoon by the water.
A little way southeast of the campground is the larger Cedar Hill State Park on the eastern edge of Joe Pool Lake. Unlike Lake Arlington, swimming is permitted here from the gravel beach, with picnic tables and grills nearby. The 7,500-acre lake is perfect for anglers, with two fishing piers, two public boat ramps, and even a specific fishing area for the kids. As you are in a state park, you don't even need a license to fish from the shore or the pier.
For some exercise, try one of the seven marked trails in the park. They vary from easy to challenging and from the short Duck Pond Trail to the 12-mile long Dorba Trail. The three DORBA Trails are three, eight, and 12 miles long, respectively, and were built by mountain bikers for the Dallas Off-Road Biking Association. The trails are open to both hikers and bikers, but you hike counter-clockwise and bike clockwise to avoid accidents.
Situated on the edge of the city, between Fort Worth and Arlington, nothing is far away when RV camping at Lakeview RV and MH Park. Anything you need will be available nearby, from large grocery stores to a vast range of cafes and restaurants.
If bowling is your passion, then head to the Arlington International Bowling Museum, just a few miles east. The museum charts the history of the sport from humble beginnings to the massive popularity it now enjoys. There is a Hall of Fame with biographies of bowling legends, a bowling alley for your events, and of course, a gear shop where you can find all the latest bowling products.
Should you prefer something more exciting, then opposite the museum is the Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, a massive waterpark with over 40 rides and other water-based attractions. It's a great family day out that the kids, both young and old, will love.
A pleasant stroll while in town is the Arlington Sculpture Trail. Located near Richard Greene Linear Park, the trail is in a beautiful green area of the city and features around 20 different artworks. The art is changed every two or three years to keep the path interesting for the local residents.