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Nestled into the north-eastern corner of Texas is the charming town of Mount Pleasant. Conveniently located along Interstate 30, the town has direct links with Dallas and Fort Worth as well as easy access into Arkansas.
The Caddo Indian Tribe were the first to settle in the area during the 1830s. They were known for building large burial mounds and often spoke of a ‘pleasant mound’ in what we now know as Titus County. Later on, in 1850, the mound officially became recognized as Mount Pleasant
Nowadays, many tourists book an RV in Titus County to uncover this fascinating history, explore the stunning Texan lakes, and maybe even visit a winery or three!
Situated within close proximity to a number of lakes, rent a motorhome in Mount Pleasant if you enjoy spending time on the water. Take a visit to Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, one of the largest parks in the area. For the fishing enthusiasts, choose from a selection of small ponds or try your hand at fishing from the 9000-acre lake. Bring your own equipment or rent it from the tourist office to starting fishing for largemouth bass, crappie or catfish. Alternatively, explore the park by foot on one of the many wooded trails that wind through the impressively tall trees, wildflowers, and open grassy meadows.
Drive to Lake Monticello in your RV rental to find a more secluded spot to base yourself for the day. As well as excellent fishing opportunities, Lake Monticello is the perfect place to indulge in a number of different water sports. Whether you enjoy water skiing, kayaking, or a relaxing swim in the crisp water, you can do it here. Bring your own boat to launch at one of the ramps or rent one from the visitor’s office!
For those that don’t enjoy swimming in the wild, head to Dellwood Park for a dip in their man-made pool. Surrounded by lush greenery and numerous changing rooms, visitors can enjoy a spot of outdoor swimming, without the hassle. Afterward, why not use one of the charcoal grills provided and have a relaxing picnic under the pavilion.
There are plenty of places to park up your RV rental near Mount Pleasant. For those that enjoy having a well-stocked campground with a plethora of amenities on site, consider staying at the Mount Pleasant KOA. As well as the usual offerings, including fully serviced pitches for your luxury RV rental from Mount Pleasant, there are a number of added extras. These include a catch-and-release fishing pond, a pool table, and children’s playing area.
If you have fallen in love with Lake Bob Sandlin State Park during your visit, there are plenty of opportunities to park your Mount Pleasant camper rental nearby. Within the park itself, the campgrounds are quite rustic, although some spaces do offer limited hookups. It is particularly fun to stay here during the Easter holidays when you can partake in the egg hunt, or during Christmas, when the park is lit up with decorative lights.
If you prefer a campground with a few more creature comforts, consider staying at the G&K RV Park, just a five-minute drive from the lake. This no-frills attitude campground has everything a keen traveler could need. As well as full hookups for every pitch and convenience shops on site and, the staff here are renowned for being friendly and welcoming.
For a small city, Mount Pleasant is home to a great number of museums, covering a range of topics from phonography to aviation flight history.
The Edison Phonography Museum is a unique spectacle and worth visiting in your travel trailer rental from Mount Pleasant. Housing an extensive collection of restored phonographs, this museum tells of how recordings were done in a time before 21st-century technology. They even have a rare collection of recordings that include Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Edison!
Furthermore, the Mid America Flight Museum is a true gem for any aviation enthusiast. With a healthy mix of military and general aviation aircraft on site, it would be easy to spend hours admiring these pieces of machinery. This museum is also unique in that many of the aircraft can still be flown today! Check out their website for the chance to get involved in the restoration process.
Why not make the short drive out Mount Pleasant to visit some of the surrounding wineries, or book a tour so you can take advantage of the free tastings. The region produces smoky Malbec wines and oaky fresh Chardonnays, perfect to accompany your Texas BBQ. Rent an RV in Mount Pleasant during October to experience the Everything Texas Uncorked Wine Festival. Here you can sample products from local wineries, restaurants, and farms!