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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.
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RV camp near Canton, TX, at Rolling Oaks RV Park, to take advantage of their amazing deals at the famous First Monday Trade Days. Rolling Oaks RV Park is set in an open space that’s shaded by a scattering of tall oak trees. The old-fashioned campground is laid back. Once a camper is checked in, they’re left to their own devices, whether it’s to spend an idle afternoon under a tree reading a book or engaging in spontaneous games of baseball with the other visitors. The babbling creek that passes by the south end of Rolling Oaks RV Park provides a pleasant background sound that’s accompanied by birdsong in the trees.
Campers at Rolling Oaks RV Park have a choice between gravel and concrete pads, and all sites come with 30, 50 amps hookups and WiFi. Some sites also have patio pads, which makes for an easier grilling experience. Rolling Oaks RV Park also provides a laundry room and restrooms with showers. A dump station is available should a guest require its use.
The closest town is Canton, which is about three miles to the east. It’s best known for the monthly First Monday Trade Days, which began in the 1850s and is thought to be the oldest continually-operating flea markets in the country. Canton also holds an annual Bluegrass Festival in August.
One common reason to rent an RV is to make visiting the outdoor recreation spots more convenient. Lake Tawakoni State Park is a popular boating and fishing destination. The small park, encompassing around 370 acres, borders mighty Lake Tawakoni, which has an impressive surface area of nearly 38,000 acres. The four-lane boat launch invites boating and fishing adventures on the lake. Although Lake Tawakoni is a popular destination, due to its sheer size, it’s easy to find some solitude for a quiet day of fishing or sunbathing. Head north in a boat and duck into one of the nooks and coves. Anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish, including largemouth, striped, hybrid-striped, and white bass, crappie, and catfish. Heads up: anyone fishing from the shores of a state park in Texas does not need a fishing license. However, a fishing license is required for boat fishing or for bankside fishing outside a state park. Most lakeside state parks, including Lake Tawakoni State Park, also operate a loaner program in which people can borrow fishing rods and tackle.
Hikers need not dismay. There are a little over five miles of trails that meander through the sparse woods that line the shores of Lake Tawakoni. The largest spiderweb on the record was found in this park in 2015.
Nearby Tyler State Park boasts over 13 miles of trails that meander through dense woods consisting of a mix of oak, cottonwood, and pine trees. Deer are especially common in these woods, but hikers may encounter other small-game creatures like coyotes, raccoons, and even an occasional armadillo.
Rent a motorhome and gain access to a world of adventure and fun. In wide-open Texas, where towns are far apart, traveling from destination to destination is made effortless in an RV rental. This region is considered the wine country of Texas, and there are several sprawling vineyards in between vast ranches and farms. The Kiepersol Vineyard is an award-winning winery just outside Tyler. In addition to a tasting room that has a dramatic view of the vineyard, visitors can also join tours to learn about the winemaking process and view the vats and barrels used by the facility. Kiepersol Vineyard expanded its operations to include a distillery in the early 2000s, and the award-winning distillery specializes in bourbon whiskeys, though they also make vodka and rum.
Texans are well-known for their love of golf, and even in rural Texas, there are several golf courses. Garden Valley Golf Club in Lindale, was designed by premiere golf course architect, John Sanford, in 1992. It has since then been considered one of the top fairways in the area for both its beauty and for the design of the courses. Challenging without being overly frustrating, this fairway will pique even the most experienced golfer.
Dallas offers a bounty of activities and fun for both adults and children alike. Go shopping, browse the bookstores, and try one of the world-class mouthwatering barbeque grills. Study the art made by famed artists from around the world in one of the dozens of art galleries and museums. The nightclub scene in Dallas rivals New York’s. And, of course, Dallas is home to the Dallas Cowboys.
At the end of a very long day of exploring and fishing, retreat into the comforts of a travel trailer rental. Watch the stars appear in the vast, endless night sky. Find your perfect RV camping adventure in Texas when you book an RV in Van Zandt County.