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Rocking "A" RV Park can be found in the very north part of Texas, close to the state line with Oklahoma. The RV park is on the outskirts of the town of Vernon, and to the southeast is the city of Wichita Falls, which is famous for being a favorite with cattle ranchers from all over Texas.
Rocking "A" RV Park is in the great prairie lands of Texas and close to the Lakes Region to the west. To the north is Oklahoma City, OK, while to the south are Fort Worth and Dallas. When you book an RV in Wilbarger County, you'll find endless places to explore right at your backdoor.
When you wish to go RV camping with all the facilities of home, then this could be just the spot. There are more than 70 campsites on the campground that can easily cater to the biggest RV rental available, plus most of the sites are pull-thru for easy access.
Once you've found your campsite at Rocking "A" RV Park, you'll quickly get set up as all the sites are full hookup with electric, water, and sewer connections. After you are settled in, there's plenty to keep you occupied, including a large swimming pool, playground for the kids and outdoor games such as horseshoes. There is free WiFi and cable TV on-site as well.
The grocery store stocks all your essential needs, and just a short walk along a quiet track from the campground is a large, well-known supermarket. The modern restrooms have hot showers, and there is a laundry, everything you need for a comfortable vacation camping with an RV in Texas. Oh, your four-legged friend can come along, and they have their own doggie play area.
If you have a military connection, in the military, or you're a member of the Good Sam Club, the campground offers a discount. That's another excellent reason to try RV camping at Rocking "A" RV Park.
To the west of Rocking "A" RV Park, is Copper Breaks State Park, deep in Comanche Country. It is a stunningly beautiful area with several lakes, woodland areas, ridges, and ravines that form mini-canyons. At the heart of the park is Lake Copper Breaks, where you can swim, fish, and take a canoe or kayak out on the water.
There are over ten miles of hiking and mountain biking trails in the park. The short Juniper Ridge Trail is a 0.6-mile loop with educational boards along the route that has excellent views. For something a little more challenging, try the Rocky Ledges Trail that takes you on a 1.5-mile loop with lovely views over the lake. For an all-day hike, the Bull Canyon Trail also starts here and is a 10.5-mile loop that is great for birdwatching and spotting the numerous wildlife in the area.
The park has been designated as an International Dark Sky Park, thanks to the lack of light pollution. It means that it's a fantastic area for stargazing, where you can see so much more in the night sky. It could be an enchanting place to park your rental RV for a few hours, watch the sunset and pick out the thousands of stars as they appear.
Vernon, TX, is a large town, and right on your doorstep when you're camping at Rocking "A" RV Park. There's plenty to do and see with no shortage of restaurants and grocery stores.
A very short walk from the campground is the Red River Valley Museum, which was founded in 1963. You can find three exhibit rooms in the museum, one of which is dedicated to the Waggoner Estate ranch. It was the largest ranch in the United States at its peak and covered over 500,000 acres of Texas land. Continuing in a historical theme, the Wilbarger County historical museum is a small building housing artifacts and memorabilia from the town of Vernon.
While RV camping nearby, a trip to Wichita Falls should be top of your list. Known as a town popular with cattle ranchers, you'll find plenty of history to discover here. At the top of this history is the Wichita Falls Railroad Museum. The advance of the railroads defined these lands, and Wichita Falls was at the heart of that transition. The museum is located in a former station house, and exhibits range from original steam locomotives and passenger cars, cabooses, to Pullman troop sleepers.
The Jenny to Jet Exhibition at Wichita Falls Regional Airport is a tribute to those airmen that trained to fight here with the Army Air Corps during World War One. The museum name comes from the Curtiss JN4-D Jenny aircraft that the airmen learned to fly here. The museum has a flying example of the JN4-D plus a T-38 Jet Trainer on display.