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If you want to enjoy the benefits of a vibrant and bustling city while enjoying the charm and hospitality of the old West, Lubbock, Texas is the perfect place to rent an RV. Lubbock got its start in a thriving farming industry, particularly cotton, but is famously known as the birthplace to rock and roll legend Buddy Holly. After you book an RV in Lubbock County, you will be able to enjoy museums, live entertainment, wineries and boutiques while being just minutes away from exciting outdoor recreational fun!

By choosing an RV rental by owner in Lubbock, Texas, you are certain to have all your expectations exceeded. With so much to do throughout the northwestern areas of Texas, renting an RV is perhaps the most enjoyable way to take it all in.

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The Great Outdoors

There is so much to do outdoors in and around Lubbock. McAlister Park, for example, is the city’s newest addition and is the home to the Legacy Play Village as well as other family-oriented activities. You can also enjoy access to a BMX track, bird blinds, or take an off-road adventure on the 4x4 and Hummer tracks and trails. If getting some sun on the water is more your taste, then take a day to spend out on Lake Alan Henry, a reservoir that was built by the City of Lubbock. RV renters are sure to enjoy the outstanding recreational area whether it’s by skiing, fishing, or just soaking up some sun. With a great variety of options, it is clear why so many choose to rent a motorhome in Lubbock, Texas.

In the northwestern part of the state, Lubbock is also within a two-hour drive of a variety of parks and trail ways that any RV renter will appreciate. Take advantage of being in close proximity to the second largest canyon in the country at Palo Duro Canyon State Park. Visitors to the park can indulge in horseback riding or take a guided tour of the canyon to take in the colorful history and rugged beauty of the region.

Another fantastic destination in the region is Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway. Enjoy over 90 miles of trails that are perfect for hiking and biking. There are a variety of trails ranging from very easy to extremely challenging. You can also enjoy fishing, boating, or a picnic at the nearby Lake Theo, or venture into Clarity Cave to see the bats roost.

Not too far to the north is Amarillo, where you can take the Lubbock rental RV or trailer for a bigger city feeling. With plenty of places to park, visitors will have no trouble finding access to some of the hottest locations in and around Amarillo, such as the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum. Getting back into nature and outdoor activities is a breeze as Amarillo is the gateway to the Palo Duro Canyon State Park, which as mentioned previously, is full of adventurous activities. Whether you have a travel trailer rental or a luxury RV rental, Lubbock, Texas and the surrounding region has a multitude of RV parks that will certainly have you covered, no matter what part of the Panhandle you want to enjoy.

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With so many people who love to travel to the northwestern region of Texas, RV parks are readily available. Whether you are looking for a modern, friendly location with WiFi and even a business center for printing, or if you are seeking a more tranquil and rustic aesthetic, Lubbock has locations that offer both.

Lubbock RV Park Inc. is “a great place to hang your hat,” according to their website, which also boasts being centrally located among some of the greatest highlights of Lubbock. The park also provides WiFi, a heated pool, and different activities for all seasons.

If you want to park the Lubbock camper rental a little farther away from the hustle and bustle of the city, perhaps Cotton Patch RV Park would suit you. This park is located outside of the city limits, where you will be surrounded by open plains and the serenity of beautiful open skies. Amenities here do not include WiFi, but there is a “washroom” available that provides both laundry facilities and showers.

Exploring the City

There is so much to do in Lubbock that you may find it hard to decide where to start. Many people start their exploration with the Buddy Holly Center, which is a part of the historic Depot Entertainment District. The Buddy Holly Center as an exhibition that is dedicated to the life and career of Buddy Holly. Also located at the center is the Lubbock Fine Arts Gallery. One of the most highly recommended must-see landmarks in Lubbock is the Lubbock Lake Landmark. This is perhaps the most continuously inhabited site in our country today and you can even find excavators actively working on special events like Archaeology in Action, which is something that the general public rarely has the ability to experience. Another great feature of the Lubbock Lake Landmark is one of their unique Night Hikes, which is a three-mile scenic hike that takes you through the Yellow House Canyon.

Once you have worked up an appetite, enjoy some local cuisine. With a variety of options for a diverse group of visitors, there is something for every palate, whether it be Texas barbecue, American-style or traditional Mexican dishes. There are even fine dining steakhouses available.

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