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Established in 1862 as the town of Presswood, New Caney, Texas is a sprawling community in the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metro area. It was initially settled by pioneers Austin and Sarah Waters Presswood, with cattle ranches and mill owners following soon after.

The arrival of the East and West Texas Railway in 1877 saw a boom in business as the town emerged as a shipping point and just a few years later, the first post office was registered under the name of New Caney. Today, it’s a lively commercial and residential hub between Cleveland and Houston, making it a practical place to rent an RV while exploring Montgomery County.

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The Great Outdoors

Pick up your RV rental in New Caney and drive north into the vast Sam Houston National Forest, which encompasses 163,037 acres in total. It’s home to the longest continuously marked and maintained footpath in Texas - the 128-mile-long Lone Star Hiking Trail that can be explored on either short or long hikes. If you’ve got a keen angler in the family, you can hit the waters of Lake Conroe and Lake Livingston to see what’s biting or rent canoes and paddleboats from the stand at Double Lake.

Directly east of New Caney sprawls the Lake Houston Wilderness Park, a 5,000-acre tract of wooded parkland that’s traversed by miles of hiking and biking trails. Learn about the park’s natural ecosystems and the animals that live in it at the on-site nature center, then get out to see them with your own eyes. Aside from hiking and biking trails, there are also a number of equestrian trails and creeks that can be explored by kayak.

Another popular recreation area is the Spring Creek Greenway, which encompasses 300 acres of preserved forest near the town of Spring. Begin your visit at the Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center to discover the native species that inhabit the reserve, then hit one of the surrounding trails that access the neighboring Peckinpaugh Preserve and Spring Trails Preserve. Aside from walking, cycling, and horseback riding, slowly paddling down the Spring Creek in a canoe or kayak is a “must.”

RV Parks

Pick up your camper rental in New Caney and pull into one of the RV sites at the Lone Star Lakes RV Park, which nestles amidst shady trees on the southern edge of the city center. There’s a range of wide, pull-through sites that can easily accommodate big rigs, as well as a swimming pool, a private fishing lake, and a dog park where you can exercise your four-legged friends.

Also nearby is the Forest Retreat that has around 100 sites with both 30 and 50-amp connections. Take advantage of the clubhouse and on-site laundry facility or refresh on a hot summer’s day in the outdoor swimming pool.

A short drive north of New Caney is the Wild Country RV Park where you can stay at one of their full or partial hookup sites, with pets welcome to stay with you. There’s an outdoor swimming pool and also a playground where kids can let off some steam, as well as picnic facilities and a barbecue area.

Exploring the City

Book an RV rental near New Caney and drive north to the Cleveland Historical Museum to learn about the people and events that have shaped the region. It’s situated inside the old City Hall building and located adjacent to the Cleveland Fire Station. Browse the old photographs and artifacts on display or chat with the friendly staff about their local insights.

Need some retail therapy? Head to the Valley Ranch Town Center that lies partway between New Caney and Timberlane Acres. Shop for the latest fashions in the retail boutiques, browse the homewares, and electronics on offer, then grab a bite to eat. Aside from shopping and dining, the Valley Ranch Town Center is also home to a movie theater where you can watch all the latest flicks.

New Caney is just 30 minutes’ drive from Houston, which can easily be visited with a day trip. Join a guided tram tour through the Johnson Space Center to get a behind-the-scenes look at human space exploration, including a visit to the historic Mission Control Room where NASA led the Gemini and Apollo missions. If you’re traveling with kids, you can get hands-on with the interactive exhibits at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and up close to wildlife from around the globe at the Houston Zoo or see the Houston Astros in action at Minute Maid Park.

New Caney is home to a couple of supermarkets where you can stock up on supplies, as well as a good selection of fast food eateries if you want to dine out. Need to fill up your New Caney camper rental? There are a number of gas stations where you can do just that.

Whether you’re visiting Montgomery County for its wildlife refuges or to explore the sights of Houston, book an RV in New Caney and start exploring.

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