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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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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.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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If a trip to northeast Texas is what you're planning, consider RV camping at Mount Pleasant KOA where you will find everything you want and need. This year-round RV park has a rural location offering you all the quiet and scenic beauty you require. There is an abundance of trees providing shade plus a swimming pool where you can cool off with a quick dip. The campground has a kids' playground, a recreation room with a pool table, and a dog park. You can enjoy a game of horseshoes while waiting for your laundry to finish or freshen up using the restrooms and showers. If you're an angler, the park has a catch-and-release pond, and there are lakes nearby where your catch could be your evening meal.
Some of the individual sites have pull-through access; all of them can accommodate larger RV rentals and have Wi-Fi and full hookups including up to 50 amp electricity. Cable TV channels are available if you need to relax and regroup after a long day of activities or driving. If you'd rather chill out in the evening with a campfire, firewood is available and so is propane in case you're running low.
So, now that you're good to go, you'll need to choose a destination. If shopping is on the to-do list, Mount Pleasant has a variety of both large and small shops to browse through, featuring art, antiques, gifts, home improvement knick-knacks, and much more. If you consider yourself a golfer, there are nearby courses where you can fit in a round between your other activities.
A good way to start your rental motorhome camping experience is by heading east towards Wright Patman Lake, which has several parks along its shoreline. It's a popular destination for water-skiing, boating, and paddleboarding, and is located not far from Shreveport, Louisiana, and Texarkana (on the border between Texas and Arkansas). The area surrounding the lake is lined with Texas tall pine and hardwood tree stands, making for some interesting hiking and nature/wildlife observation. Of the several parks on the lake, Elliot Bluff Park has a fishing pier where you can cast a line, several picnic tables and grills for public use, and is ADA accessible.
To the southwest, you will come across Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, where you can fish to your heart's content. The lake is home to largemouth bass, catfish, and crappie which you can try to catch from the lakeshore, a lighted pier, or a boat out on the lake (fishing licenses won't be required if you're on the pier or the shore). There is an additional stocked trout pond on-site and a station where you can clean your fish. You can also enjoy hiking and biking along several miles of trail and stop by the gift shop for snacks, clothing, and souvenirs.
Head southeast from Mount Pleasant KOA, and you find yourself at the cathedral of trees that is Daingerfield State Park. Stands of pine, oak, dogwood, and other tree varieties surround Little Pine Lake, making this destination a haven for both land and water-based activities. You can swim to cool off after hiking the trails, most of which are just a few miles long, enough to get a workout without exhausting yourself. From March to November, weekend nights at the park's pavilion means dancing to live or recorded music; if you're truly brave, some nights they will wheel out the karaoke machine. If this is your reason to stay overnight, the park has campsites and primitive camping available, and boats can be rented at the camp store.
Search for an RV in Titus County, and you will have your choice of a wide selection of rental RVs that are perfect for traveling in Texas. Don't forget that driving an RV is what makes this type of vacation unique; it's an experience you don't want to miss. While you're exploring the Titus County countryside, consider heading for Tyler to check out the Caldwell Zoo. This one has a selection of exotic animals and a petting area where kids (and the young at heart) can get up close and personal. There are shaded areas in case it gets too hot. Another refuge specializes in tigers that have been rescued and were in need of medical attention.
Another possible destination is Sulphur Springs, which has the Hopkins County Veterans Memorial and the Veterans Memorial Park in Heritage Square. Both of these attractions receive large numbers of visitors and highlight the local men and women who have served their country. The city's downtown area is home to Celebration Plaza, a venue for locally grown produce, arts and crafts, and other activities, and has boutique stores and dining options that are certain to please.
Whatever you're looking for, you are certain to find it when you rent an RV here, and staying at Mount Pleasant KOA is how your vacation will begin.