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A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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In the heart of the West Texas Plains, Lubbock KOA puts you within arms' reach of Lubbock downtown's many attractions, including Texas Tech University's museums and art installations. Book an RV in Lubbock County and bring it here for refuge under the shade of hundreds of mature trees and access to the campground's top-notch amenities. You have a choice of parking your RV rental in full hookup sites with 50/30/20 amp service, or water/electric sites with 30/20 amp service. Maximum site length is 68 feet.
Enjoy your favorite shows on cable TV, and stay in the loop with Wi-Fi available in all sites. In the main building, you'll find a heated indoor pool available year-round, along with a hot tub, restrooms, and hot showers. Wash a load of laundry while enjoying refreshments at the snack bar. Forgot some supplies? Check the on-site convenience store to see if they have what you need. You can buy propane here too. If you brought furry friends along on this journey, make the most of the dog park to keep them active and happy.
When you've had your fill of local attractions, take your Lubbock camper rental to Palo Duro Canyon for a nature experience you won't forget. Second only in size to Arizona's Grand Canyon, Texas' version is no less breathtaking. Going this far will be well worth it.
The High Plains of West Texas is one of the most productive wine-growing regions in the Lone Star State, with over eight million acres designated as American Viticultural Area (producing the bulk of Texas wine grapes). The High Plains AVA includes Levelland, Lubbock, and Amarillo, which means that when you rent a camper near Lubbock KOA, you’ll be a whiff away from all the wine-tasting that West Texas has to offer. In Lubbock alone, there are a handful of wineries to explore where you can sample the wines and also learn about the vine-to-bottle process with a nationally celebrated winemaker.
Overseen by the Museum of Texas Tech University, the Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark houses an archaeological site that tells the story of this region from 12,000 years ago. Some of the exhibits are revolving, so you might come across displays of skulls, shells, and rare animal bones that have been replicated using 3D-printing technology one moment, and hunter-gatherer stone tools the next. Explore the area's four miles of outdoor trails to get a feel of what prehistoric life was like.
Camping at Lubbock KOA puts you within two hours' drive of the second largest canyon in the United States, a huge split in the Texas Panhandle that measures nearly 120 miles long, 20 miles wide in places, and dips 800 feet into the canyon floor. The Palo Duro Canyon is a fascinating world of multicolored rock where hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders find their brand of adventure. In the summer, the Pioneer Amphitheater in Palo Duro Canyon State Park buzzes with excitement when the TEXAS Outdoor Musical entertains visitors with singing, dancing, and fireworks.
Park your rental motorhome at Lubbock KOA, and you’ll have easy access to a variety of attractions and entertainment options that are not far behind Lubbock’s counterparts in the Texas Triangle. Whether you're into music, the arts, history, or heritage, the city has a trick or two up its sleeve to surprise you.
As the birthplace of rock legend Buddy Holly, Lubbock is rightly proud of its famous native son. More than a storehouse of his musical legacy, the Buddy Holly Center also celebrates other performing artists and musicians of West Texas and promotes visual arts produced by artists in the region. Step inside the center and see an impressive collection of Holly memorabilia, including an intact 1950's house of The Crickets' drummer J.J. Allison where he and Holly wrote many of the band's hits.
Lubbock is home to Texas Tech University (TTU) whose Public Art Collection has been named one of the best university public art collections in the United States. Leave your Lubbock camper rental at the campground and take the Citibus to view the university’s outdoor exhibits, which range in construction and material from stainless steel abstract sculptures to stone gateways to bronze statues and installations.
Along this vein, the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) also displays a revolving exhibit of works – paintings, portraits, and photography – by local, national, and internationally known artists. Its self-guided First Friday Art Trail brings together collectors, artists, and galleries for a public art showcase of exhibits in all media.
In the campus of TTU, the National Ranching Heritage Center takes you back to the 18th century for a glimpse into frontier life and ranch work in the South Plains. Walk the 1.5-mile trail to marvel at the collection of original buildings – from mud huts to prairie houses – that were built to meet the needs of the early homesteaders. In the spring, summer, and early fall, you will be greeted by volunteers dressed in period clothing to answer your questions and demonstrate period crafts.
In the vastness of the West Texas Plains, Lubbock, like the artifacts that archaeologists have dug up in the area, is a gem of a find. So make the most of your RV rental in Lubbock, Texas, and let it take you to places that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.