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Lometa is a city in Texas and close to the borders of Adamsville and Goldthwaite. The city was founded in 1885 and is home to Lometa Reservoir, which is a popular fishing spot.
Surrounded by beautiful caves, lakes and splendid natural attractions, Lometa is an unexpectedly beautiful year-round destination. One the best way of exploring the city is to book an RV in Lometa, TX.
Lometa is full of amazing natural attractions. Hands down one of the best places to visit is Longhorn Cavern State Park. Made of beautiful cave systems, this is a great destination for hiking and sightseeing. Guests can climb to the observation tower or take a leisurely walk to the picnic area and to the historic CCC buildings. For those interested in exploring the Longhorn Cavern, the park offers guided wild cave tours. The tours run every day, no matter the time of the year since the underground cave maintains a constant cool atmosphere. Just six miles from Longhorn State Park and less than an hour’s drive from Lometa you’ll find Inks Lake State Park. This park is teeming with birdlife and wildlife. Deer, vultures, and quails are often spotted in the woods. Located along the shoreline of Inks Lake, the park offers rental paddle boats, Devil’s Waterhole canoe tour, and lakefront campsites. Swimming, boating, and hiking opportunities are offered. The Inks Lake State Park campground is a great place for those with an RV rental near Lometa to stay while touring the area.
For an epic hiking experience, head to Colorado Bend State Park. This is a popular year-round hiking destination with many trails including Gorman Creek Trail, Spicewood Canyon Trail, and Spicewood Springs Trails. No matter your skills level, there is a hiking trail that will give you an awesome up-close view of caves, springs, and sinkholes. In addition to cave tours, visitors can engage in fishing and birding. After your day tour in the park, why not stay for the night in the campgrounds and enjoy stargazing?
Lometa has excellent selections of RV-friendly parks, resorts, and campgrounds. Because of its location and great connection,s you are able to easily find a place to stay and park your motorhome rental from Lometa, TX within the nearby cities. Barefoot Camp and RV Park would be great for those looking to enjoy outdoor recreation and surrounding attractions. Located along the Colorado River just three miles east of Bend and 10 miles from Lometa this park offers visitors an opportunity to swim, fish and watch wildlife. The Barefoot campground offers many amenities including an RV dump station, vault toilets, and showers. Boone RV Park offers shaded campsites with WiFi, full hookup services, and laundry facilities.
In summer, visitors can stay in San Saba RV Park and Golf with their luxury motorhome rental from Lometa. Amenities in the campground include full hookup sites, group kitchen, and laundry facilities. Buena Vista Wildlife Safari and RV Park is another recommended facility. This newly discovered gem offers full hookup sites, laundry facilities, and a horse camp.
For those who would rather have the convenience of staying with their motorhome rental in a facility with modern amenities, Little Lucy RV Resorts is worth checking out. Situated along the creek, the park amenities include hot showers, full hookup sites, and laundry facilities. Also worth mentioning are Big Chief RV and Cabin Resort offering full hookup services, a clubhouse, and laundry facilities.
Despite being one of the smallest cities in Texas, Lometa is a lively city. Lometa Regional Park has a nice playground making it one of the best places to chill out with kids. This park has an RV-friendly campground in case you want a place to park your camper rental in Lometa. While in the area spare some time to visit the stunning Gorman Falls. Dotted with blooming wildflowers, cacti and Texas prairie the hike to the falls is rewarding. Since some parts of the trail are challenging, rocky and a bit inclined, remember to wear sturdy hiking and carry plenty of drinking water. Not too far from Lometa, San Saba River Nature Park is another must see attraction. The park features eight archaeological sites, a bird watching blind and the city’s original water work. The greenbelt area is perfect for nature walks, biking or jogging while enjoying watching the deer roam freely and lots of butterflies. Millpond Park and Risien Park are walking distance from this nature park.
Lometa hosts many events throughout the year. Most of the annual events are held at Lometa Regional Park. One of the most popular events Diamondback Jubilee is held in March. This event features music, rattlesnakes, arts, and crafts. In summer, Lometa hosts Junior Rodeo while Fireworks Show is held on the Fourth of July. No matter what time you visit you, an amazing experience awaits you.