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Texas isn’t often well known for its lush, green landscapes, but when you search for an RV in Caldwell County, you may be pleasantly surprised. Located in Caldwell County is Lockhart State Park, which was originally built by participants in the Community Conservation Corps in the 1930s and 1940s. The park was built by community members who needed jobs, and thanks to the Works Progress Administration and the New Deal, parks like Lockhart State Park were built all over the country.

It is obvious, given the name, that Lockhart State Park is near to the large city of Lockhart. Also nearby are San Marcos, Austin, and San Antonio. The park has a rich history and has been serving the region for over 80 years, and vacationers who have a Texas State Parks pass will get free entry. One of the easiest ways to see this gorgeous park and the surrounding region is by renting an RV, so you aren’t restricted on where you want to travel.

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Getting Outdoors

During your motorhome camping visit to Lockhart State Park, you’ll be able to see much of the legacy that the CCC built and left behind for future generations to enjoy. Everything from observation towers to stone bridges, hand-crafted stone staircases, and more were built by the CCC. Many of the trails, both for hiking and biking, that interlace the park were originally created by the volunteers and have since been maintained by park staff. These trails explore the wilder side of the park, and there are both easy and difficult options for guests to explore at their leisure.

While hiking, vacationers can search for geocaches that are located throughout the park. When you are RV camping at Lockhart State Park, geocaches are a great way to explore areas that you might not have otherwise seen. Geocaches are a sort of scavenger hunt that uses GPS technology to lead participants to a hidden cache in nature, inside the cache is typically a slip of paper to sign and a small trinket to trade. It is important to leave a trinket behind when you take one so that the next people who find the cache have something exciting to find.

For a more relaxing day, head down to the Clear Fork Creek for a day of fishing. Bringing an RV rental along on your trip means you’ll have more space for all your tackle and fishing rods, and Lockhart State Park is a pleasant place to spend the day angling. There are sunfish, catfish, and bass located in the creek, and it is also possible to rent gear from the park if you didn’t bring your own. Lastly, don’t worry about a fishing license; they aren’t required for visitors to Lockhart State Park.

Camping at Lockhart State Park

Being able to stay overnight and truly enjoy Lockhart State Park camping is a real treat, especially for those guests who love watching the stars. Because Lockhart State Park isn’t super close to any major cities, light pollution isn’t overbearing, and the spaced-out campsites will give you peace and quiet while you look for shooting stars. There are many sites at the park that can accommodate large trailers and motorhomes, and all of them have water, sewer, and electricity hookups.

Each RV parking spot also has its own covered picnic table for guests to use, a fire ring to set the ambiance, and an upright grill for convenient cooking. There are restrooms with showered located in the campground, and a nearby swimming pool can easily be walked to from where you’ll park your RV. Camping with an RV can require a lot of foresight, so don’t worry if you’ve forgotten any specific items since there is a park store that sells convenience items.

Exploring the Area

Being near to Lockhart is very convenient when you camp at Lockhart State Park since you’ll be able to enjoy big city features without having to deal with city accommodations. Lockhart has plenty of restaurants to enjoy when you are sick of camp food, with options including Mexican, burgers, Italian, Chinese, diner style, and even a local ice cream place.

For those who are curious about where their gas comes from, the nearby town of Luling is home to the Luling Oil Museum. This museum focuses on the rich history of oil production in the area and showcases many of the tools that are used in the industry. There are exhibits focused on how the oil industry has shaped towns, the cultural heritage of Central Texas, and even the speculative future of the industry.

An RV rental near Lockhart State Park will also give you easy access to the Spellerberg Projects Gallery, which is a great place to spend the day when the weather is less than agreeable. This gallery focuses on contemporary arts and contains everything from exhibitions to performances. Guests can attend classes and workshops if their schedules align, and the rotating galleries mean that you’ll probably see something new each time you visit.

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