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When you're planning on camping in Montgomery County, you’ll need a place to make your temporary home, and you will likely enjoy the Magnolia Forest RV Park. The gated park is heavily wooded and offers a nature trail, a catch-and-release fishing pond, a recreation hall with a fireplace and library, a picnic area with tables and grills, and a propane station.
Campsites at Magnolia Forest RV Park feature full hookups and concrete pads. Service is 20/30/50 amp. Some sites are pull-through, and some have decks or patios. Other amenities to enjoy while you're here include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and WiFi. The park is family-friendly and pet-friendly.
You can appreciate the great outdoors at nearby Unity Park when you're RV camping at Magnolia Forest RV Park. It is home to several species of birds, including red-shouldered hawks, and there have even been alligator sightings. There is lots of open green space, plus a playground and a picnic shelter. This sweet community park features a pavilion and an amphitheater. Special events and community functions for all ages are held throughout the year.
The W. G. Jones State Forest is one of the country’s largest working urban forests, and you can explore it when you camp in an RV near Magnolia. Its primary purpose is resource education, and the forest welcomes about 80,000 visitors every year. Special places in the forest include two small lakes, a native plant and grass nursery demonstration growing area, pollinator demonstration gardens, red-cockaded woodpecker management areas, and a forest management demonstration area. There are a nature and fitness trail as well as nearly 15 miles of multi-use trails and geocaching opportunities. An interactive story map and forest trail map are available.
You can also marvel at the majesty of the great outdoors when you spend some time at the Sam Houston National Forest with your Magnolia rental motorhome. This forest area is believed to have been home to humans as much as 12,000 years ago, and there are archaeological sites documenting the prehistoric and historical heritage here. The forest is managed for multiple purposes, including recreation, timber, fish and wildlife, range, and soil, water, and minerals. It is a working forest. There are miles of hiking trails, lakes, and other features. Recreation areas in the forest include the Double Lake Recreation Area, the Scotts Ridge Day Use Area, the Stubblefield Recreation Area, and the Kelly Pond Recreation Area.
Learn and explore a slice of history at the Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site with your RV rental near Magnolia Forest RV Park. This is where the delegates to the General Convention drafted the constitution and established the government of Texas in 1836. The site itself is located on the Brazos River, and the park grounds provide opportunities for sightseeing, strolling, picnicking, and bird watching. Other attractions include the Star of the Republic Museum, Independence Hall, and the Barrington Living History Farm. The farm features costumed interpreters and demonstrations of 19th-century farming practices such as planting, cultivating, harvesting, and livestock management. Programs and events that take place throughout the year include the Texas Independence Day Celebration with living history, live music and dancing, and much more.
You also have easy access to the metropolitan city of Houston when you are staying at one of the RV parks in Magnolia. Houston has lots to do for visitors of all ages and stages. Specialized tours of the city include a food tour with tunnel access, an Instagram-able mural tour, a Segway tour, a zombie scavenger tour, and a space center tour. Other things to see and do here include Rodeo Houston, the Cockrell Butterfly Center, the National Museum of Funeral History, the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, and the Houston Museum District. Annual events that you may want to consider when planning your trip include the Black History Culture Fest, the Worldfest Houston International Film Festival, the Texas Renaissance Festival, and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Make sure to check out the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau, Downtown Houston, and Tour Texas for the latest in local news, happenings, events, and visitor guides.
When you decide to leave the RV campground to try out the local restaurants, you’ll have your choice of Tex-Mex, authentic barbecue, classic comfort food, pizza, ethnic eateries, and familiar fast-casual chains. If you need to top off your tank, there are numerous convenience stores, truck stops, and service stations where you can easily find either gasoline or diesel fuel.