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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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When you RV camp at Quail Crossing RV Park, you will be under the bold blue Texas sky. Quail Crossing RV Park is an island of green grass surrounded by farmlands and ranches. The manicured green lawns are dotted by slim cottonwood trees that provide welcome relief on a hot Texas day. Quail Crossing RV Park is a family-run business that was established in 1999. The facility prides itself on being a modern campground, and in addition to top-notch customer service, several sites are pull-thru, able to accommodate large RVs. Several sites are designed to be roomy to better accommodate slideouts, too.
The friendly RV campground offers several other amenities like WiFi, cable, and hot showers. The owners and their staff are dog-friendly and have created a fenced dog-run area for people who bring their loved four-legged pets. There is also a small catch-and-release fishing pond for any intrepid fishermen seeking to polish their skills. An on-site library gives campers an alternative to browsing the internet and surfing TV.
The closest town to Quail Crossing RV Park is Waco, which is just under 15 miles to the east. Though Waco had its ill-fated 15 minutes of fame in 1993 due to a standoff between the government and a cult, Waco has worked hard to improve its reputation since then. In addition to a growing downtown area, Waco also is known for its Magnolia Market, which is operated by the hosts of a highly popular HGTV show, Fixer Upper.
Though the region is largely agricultural, there are many opportunities for outdoor recreational fun. Hit the shimmering waters of nearby Lake Waco. With a surface area of over 7,700 acres, Lake Waco has plenty of room to stretch out. Retreat into one of the nooks and coves along its 10-mile length for a quiet day of sunbathing and fishing. Challenge other boaters to good-natured races. There are seven boat ramps for boaters to use. Recreational boaters, take note. Lake Waco is extremely shallow, averaging between two and six feet in depth. Any boats launched into the lake should be a flat-bottomed boat. Swimmers, too, can take part in the fun. They also have the choice of using one of the sandy swim areas and beaches to cool off on a hot day. While most beaches lack a lifeguard, some have ropes on buoys to help keep inexperienced swimmers in shallow waters.
Fishing on Lake Waco is robust, and many local and out-of-town visitors favor this lake for their angling adventure. Crappie, in particular, is especially good, but largemouth and white bass, catfish, and sunfish are also extremely common. Trophy-sized fish are not unheard of.
Photographers and adventurers should head out to Tonkawa Falls near Crawford. Tonkawa Falls is a rarity, as it is fed by several streams and rivers. Tonkawa Falls is one of the few natural waterfalls in central Texas. The swimming hole at the bottom of the falls is lined by granite cliffs from which people enjoy jumping.
Waco is home to several interesting attractions, shops, and museums like the Dr. Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute, Waco Mammoth National Park, and Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum. Several other towns in central Texas have their own charm, quirks, and attractions. One needs to only hop into a rental motorhome and go questing to find a favorite. The Belton County Exposition Center in Belton, regularly hosts concerts, rock shows, and entertainment acts in addition to fairs and rodeos.
In spite of the harsh, arid conditions, grapevines thrive well in this part of Texas, and several vineyards interspersed in between farms and ranchlands. Kissing Tree Vineyards in Bruceville-Eddy, TX, is an award-winning wine producer. The tasting room looks out on acres of gently rolling terrains covered by tidy rows of grapevines. It also operates a boutique restaurant-nee-tasting room in Waco.
Are you feeling nostalgic? The Roadside America Museum in Hillsboro is stuffed to the gills with quirky memorabilia, collectibles, and souvenirs from the eras between the 1940s and 1980s. In addition to browsing galleries full of unusual items like the original Bob’s Big Boy statue, jukeboxes, and cigarette-dispensing machines. There are also several classic cars on site.
At the end of a long day of traveling from distant town to town in the comforts of an Airstream rental, stop at one of the roadside stands and taco trucks that pepper the streets of Waco and grab delicious tacos or tamales and retreat to Quail Crossing RV Park. Kick up your heels and enjoy the soft breezes that waft through on a balmy Texas evening.