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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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Midland, Texas is a friendly, dynamic city featuring all the modern conveniences without big city congestion. Conveniently located on Interstate 20, halfway between El Paso and Fort Worth, it’s the ideal starting point to your Texan adventure. With the closest airport to renowned Big Bend National Park, fly in and book an RV in Midland to explore the city and nearby state parks before heading off to Big Bend.
Midland has a lively social scene, with a number of annual events. There’s always something happening. With four city golf courses, a wide variety of restaurants, unique museums and much more, you’ll have plenty to do with a luxury RV rental in Midland. If you prefer getting away from it all, there’s no shortage of excellent state parks in the vicinity. There’s also a large selection of grocery and convenience stores, so you’ll have everything you need to get ready to hit the road in your Midland motorhome rental.
If you’re looking to escape the stress of modern day life and to get away from it all, an RV rental in Midland is the perfect solution for a hassle-free getaway. Head east on Interstate 20 and you have the choice of two state parks to visit, or stay in the area overnight and see both. Big Spring State Park, with its 382 acres to explore, is complete with picnic areas, campsites and lighted pavilion, and is located just 40 miles away. If you get too hot, head another 15 minutes east with the Midland camper rental to Lake Colorado City State Park for nearby swimming, kayaking and fishing.
Head west out of Midland and you’ll come to Monahans Sandhills State Park, just a 50-mile drive away. This 3,840-acre park features massive wind-sculpted sand dunes where you can camp, bird and wildlife watch and sand surf. Sand-surfing toboggans can be rented from the park headquarters.
Hit the open road in your Midland rental RV, there are some fantastic places to visit within a few hours’ drive. If you’d like to submerge yourself with some scuba diving, try out the Balmorhea State Park with its spring pool. With a constant, year-round 72-76 degree water temperature, it’s a great place to dive right in and go for a swim, just 150 miles southwest of Midland.
Make the most of your Midland RV rental by owner vacation with a trip to Big Bend National Park. There’s plenty to do, including hiking, backpacking, nature tours, fishing and camping. Approximately 200 miles southwest of Midland, Big Bend National Park offers incredible vistas, a fossil discovery exhibit, ranger programs and a store, while at the same being a gateway to solitude in the backcountry so you truly can escape from it all in your Midland travel trailer rental.
Approximately 180 miles west of Midland, yet another must-see is the Guadalupe Mountains National Park which boasts the highest peak in Texas, Guadalupe Peak (8,749 ft) within its 86,416 acres. There are plenty of activities including ranger guided tours, camping, and hiking with incredible views, especially around autumn time when the maples and oaks change from green to yellow and red.
Other parks in the area include Carlsbad Caverns National Park (150 miles west of Midland), San Angelo State Park (around 113 miles south) and Indian Lodge State Park (173 miles southwest), but this is just a small handful of what’s out there to explore with your RV rental near Midland, TX.
Midland is home to a large variety of RV parks, so you’ll have plenty of choices when it comes to setting up camp and discovering the city. With over 10 RV parks in the immediate vicinity, it’s definitely worth taking it easy before hitting the road in search of adventure.
To recharge before or after your outdoor expeditions in your Midland RV rental, try Midland RV Campground, located within the city limits. Here, you can relax and take full advantage of the city’s restaurants, malls and nightlife. The campground features mature trees, full hook-up sites, two dog runs, WiFi and cable TV, a laundry room, a fitness room and an on-site office with propane, soft drinks and ice supplies.
Midland is a quirky, lively town, with plenty happening almost all of the time. If you’re interested in the history of the area you need to check out the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, featuring the world’s largest collection of antique drilling equipment as well as Jim Hall’s Chaparral Race Car Gallery. The Haley Library and History Center is a great place to delve deeper into Texas and southwestern history, whereas the Old Miner’s Maze is a lighthearted, family-fun interactive Texan adventure, including a maze, mechanical bull and bungee jump.
For those with a sweet tooth, no visit to Midland would be complete without a tour of Susie’s South Forty Confections Candy Factory, the Guinness World Record Holder for the world’s largest piece of toffee. If you prefer more traditional artwork, there’s the Museum of the Southwest, exhibiting ancient to modern day southwestern artwork, located within the Turner Mansion. There’s also a Septemberfest, a planetarium and a kid’s museum to see. The Summer Mummers at the Yucca theater is also a must-see if you’re in town for side-splitting laughter and popcorn.
The I-20 Wildlife Preserve and Sibley Nature Center is a popular place for birding and nature hiking, while other popular Midland trails include Beal Pack, Barney Grafa Park and Windlands Park Loop Trail.
With over 90 local eateries and several national names, there’s something for everyone at Midland, no matter what kind of cuisine you enjoy. Add in the great choice of malls, entertainment, year-round festivals and events, as well as the four local golf courses and its great location on the interstate 20, and you can see why Midland is an ideal place to rent an RV.