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Just a short drive from the A&M Campus in College Station, the Paradise RV Park is a well-equipped campground in Somerville. It’s an ideal base for exploring the Sam Houston National Forest and the surrounding recreational lakes, as well as being within easy access of Conroe.
RV camping at the Paradise RV Park includes access to 50 sites, some of which are pull-through and some that are back-ins. Either 30 or 50-amp hookups are available at each site, and complimentary Wi-Fi, showers, and restrooms are easily accessed. There’s a laundry facility with washers and dryers that campers can utilize, plus split wood that can be purchased on site.
Recreational facilities at Paradise RV Park include a children’s playground and several horseshoe pits, as well as a media and fitness room. You can cast a line to see what’s biting in the fishing pond or mingle with other campers around the huge barbecue pit.
Around an hour’s drive east of Paradise RV Park is the Sam Houston National Forest, which sprawls across more than 160,000 acres on the edge of Lake Livingston. It’s home to a vast network of hiking trails, including the longest continuously marked footpath in Texas, the Lone Star Hiking Trail. Canoes and paddleboats can be rented to explore the waters of Double Lake while fishing is possible at Lake Conroe and Lake Livingston.
En route to the Sam Houston National Forest is Lake Conroe, a 21,000-acre water body in Montgomery County. It lies on the west fork of the San Jacinto River. It has become a popular destination for boating, jet-skiing, and fishing. In addition to its water sports, restaurants, marinas, residential communities and golf courses also dot the shores.
Camping at Paradise RV Park is a good base for visiting Somerville Lake, a reservoir that was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Yegua Creek. It was originally impounded in 1967 to provide flood control and irrigation water but has since become a popular recreational destination for Somerville residents. It’s well-stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, catfish, and black crappie while being surrounded by rolling grasslands and prairie that can be explored on foot. The main hubs for recreation are Rocky Creek Park and Yegua Creek Park, both of which hug the southern shores.
The campsites at Paradise RV Park are just 15 minutes' drive from Somerville, where you’ll find a supermarket for stocking up on grocery supplies. There’s also a gas station here if you need to fill up your motorhome rental and a couple of eateries that include Mexican and American-style restaurants. Alternatively, you can make the 15-minute drive northeast to College Station, where you’ll find a more extensive choice of supermarkets, services, and dining establishments.
While you’re in College Station, be sure to visit the main campus of Texas A&M University, which is home to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Learn about the life and legacy of the 41st president while exploring the replica Oval Office and getting up close to a piece of the Berlin Wall. Also on the campus is the Sanders Corps of Cadets Center, which traces the history of the school’s student military group. It houses a collection of Metzger-Sanders guns and Aggie artifacts, together with objects honoring traditions that are unique to Texas A&M.
If you’re a history buff, Paradise RV Park isn’t far from the Lone Star Monument & Historical Flag Park, an outdoor museum that details Montgomery County’s reputation as the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag. It features a 14-foot bronze sculpture known as The Texian and 13 battle and rally flags that were flown during Texas’ fight for independence. It’s a great place for learning about the 1830's Texas Revolution and the fascinating history of the Lone Star State.
The Lone Star Monument & Historical Flag Park is located in Conroe, which centers around a historic downtown area. It’s packed with art galleries, boutiques, and antique markets, as well as being home to a historic theater that dates to 1934. If you’re traveling with kids, don’t miss a visit to the family fun park in Conroe that features a miniature golf course, a giant sandbox, and a petting zoo with donkeys, llamas, and goats. Young visitors can take a step back in time in the Western Play Town or enjoy a ride on one of the park’s resident ponies.
Whether you want to explore the lakes of southern Texas or discover the cultural sights of College Station, book a camper rental in Burleson County and start planning your visit.