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Discover San Angelo, TX


In the heart of west Texas, the charming small city of San Angelo awaits you on your next adventure. Only a few hours away from Austin, Dallas, or San Antonio, the “Oasis of West Texas” is situated in Tom Green County, a great spot for visitors wanting to rent an RV and enjoy the entire Lone Star State.


Although it began as a small military outpost in the sparse Chihuahuan Desert, and a home to the original “Buffalo Soldiers”, San Angelo kept reinventing itself year after year to distance itself from the lawless frontier town it once was, to become a pillar of elegance, excellence, and beauty. With a carefully maintained city park system, a wonderful collection of museums, art galleries, and even a philharmonic orchestra and ballet company, San Angelo is practically oozing culture, which might come as a small surprise.


Despite its modern-day feel making the town accessible to people from all over, the city of San Angelo still pays homage to its rich Wild West heritage, masterfully blending new and old to make for an incredible vacation destination. Don’t hesitate to book an RV in San Angelo and start planning your very next trip to the Old West.


Experience the Sites and Scenery


San Angelo definitely has an affinity for the great outdoors and the distinct natural beauty of west Texas. The brilliant city park system alone features 32 wonderful public parks for citizens and tourists to enjoy some peace and quiet. The city has even dedicated 10 miles of riverfront land on the Concho River for its parks to make sure that people always have a place to relax.


You will hardly have to leave town in the San Angelo camper rental to stumble upon one of the region’s real gems, San Angelo State Park. With over 7,500 acres of land hugging the O.C.Fisher Reservoir, you can enjoy over 50 miles of hiking trails, as well as mountain biking, camping, fishing, swimming, and even horseback riding.


The San Angelo Nature Center, located on the banks of Lake Nasworthy, is home to hundreds of species of exotic animals like rattlesnakes, alligators, tortoises, and bobcats. With miles of walking trails winding through thick swampland, you can enjoy the scenery while viewing and learning about animals that call Texas home.


Don’t be afraid to pack up the San Angelo motorhome rental and drive to one of the famous national parks nearby. Big Bend National Park is on the border with Mexico and is famous for its rich archaeological history, countless dinosaur fossils, and diverse mix of plants and animals. Guadalupe Mountains National Park contains the highest peak in all of Texas at 8,749 feet, and was once underwater thousands of years ago, proven by its ancient coral reef fossils. Within the same mountain range over the border in New Mexico, Carlsbad Caverns National Park is another amazing place to visit in the San Angelo RV rental. It features one of the largest cave systems on the planet and is famous for its massive bat population and migrations. When you rent an RV in San Angelo, you are most definitely in good hands as far as nature is concerned.


City Attractions


Upon picking up your San Angelo travel trailer rental, you’ll see that you have so many fun-filled activities to do and sights to see just in the small city alone. Fort Concho is first on most people’s lists; the National Historical Landmark founded in 1867 served as a military outpost to protect frontier settlers from violent skirmishes and attacks. The fort is jam packed with history, and even houses three museums itself. The Fort Concho displays various military antiques with free exhibits, and even stages live military reenactments several times per year for your viewing pleasure. Also located within Fort Concho are the Robert Woods Johnson Museum of Frontier Medicine, and the E. H. Danner Museum of Telephony.


The International Waterlily Collection is another popular draw for you to check out when you rent a motorhome in San Angelo. It features a stunning collection of hundreds of unique species of waterlilies and is considered to be the premier collection of waterlilies in existence.


The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo, started in 1932, is one of the largest and oldest continually operated rodeos in the world. Featuring carnival rides, live events, auctions, and many merchant booths, this permanent fixture of San Angelo is the perfect way to experience west Texas culture firsthand.


Where to Park It


There are a few RV parks either in or just outside of the city, so don’t feel anxious when wondering where to park the San Angelo motorhome rental. San Angelo KOA is a 10-acre campground dotted with native mesquite trees, and has bicycle rentals, a pool, and  many other amenities to make you feel at home. Spring Creek Marina and RV Park is perfect for those that love boating or enjoying the refreshing waters in the hot summer heat of Texas. With a convenience store, kayak and canoe rentals, a giant lake to swim in, and boat docks with fueling stations, you hardly have to leave the park to enjoy yourself.


San Angelo State Park is also very camper friendly and features an assortment of beautiful camping spots scattered throughout its territory. Where ever you decide to stay, you will certainly enjoy your vacation here in San Angelo.

RV Rentals in San Angelo, TX

San Angelo, TX is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in San Angelo. Outdoorsy's San Angelo RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to San Angelo are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Barton Creek Greenbelt, Tom Hughes Park, Marion Sansom Park, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, and McKinney Falls State Park.

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What's around San Angelo, TX


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
San Angelo State Park Trail San Angelo Texas
Lake Brownwood Trail Bangs Texas
Red Arroyo Trail San Angelo Texas
South Llano River State Park Loop Trail Junction Texas
Fort Lancaster State Historic Site Trail Ozona Texas
Big Spring State Park Loop Big Spring Texas
San Angelo Nature Trail San Angelo Texas
Lake Colorado Trail Colorado City Texas
Abilene State Park Trail Tuscola Texas

Nearby Campgrounds

San Angelo KOA

campground San Angelo, TX
The San Angelo KOA is a 10-acre campground covered with Mesquite trees. This historic spot between the Hill Country and the rolling plains started as a military outpost, Fort Concho, to protect the settlers as they moved West after the Civil War. The lawless town of "Santa Angela" cropped up across the river. Today's contemporary attractions include boating and watersports on Lake Nasworthy (less than a mile from the KOA), the planetarium at Angelo State University and the beautiful river walk through town. Enjoy Wi-Fi, cable TV in the game room, barbecue pits and a 1,200-square-foot covered picnic area that can be reserved for group use. Facilities include pull-through sites, 50 amp, and max length 70?.The Campground has a dog park so your dog can have fun as well. .Year-round activities include a playground, recreation room, bike rentals, basketball, horseshoes, and washer pitching. During the summer (5-1 to 10-1) you can enjoy the swimming pool

Lubbock RV Park, Inc

campground None, TX
Lubbock RV Park has so much more to offer than just a horse and a saddle! Unlike the other cities on the Texas Panhandle who rely heavily on ranching and agriculture, Lubbock sits smack in the middle of the South Plains and has a lot to offer our guests while they are visiting. Texas Tech University, Lubbock Christian College, community theaters, MacKenzie Park. The Depot District, with The Buddy Holly Museum. Lubbock RV Park guests love the peace and tranquility of the Park. You can relax among the many shade trees on one of 86 shaded, level spaces, most with concrete pads. The RV Park offers paved streets, an outdoor pool, laundry facilities, clean restrooms and showers, and a storm shelter just in case Mother Nature should blow into town. They are open all year and convenient to downtown. Area Highlights Mackenzie Park 301 I-27 Lubbock, TX 79401: MacKenzie Park,the largest park in Lubbock, is nearby with an equestrian trail, amusement park and 2 golf courses. This 248-acre park is the perfect spot to bring the family for a picnic lunch and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Northlake Village RV Park

campground None, TX
Northlake Village is a Dallas/Fort Worth metro RV Park offering superior accommodations. They offer large RV sites with full hook-ups, big rig access, Wi-Fi, laundry facility with high efficiency washers and dryers, swimming pool, fitness center, bathhouse with private showers and dressing rooms, 20/30/50 Amp Electric hook-ups, and LP Gas station on site. The Village also offers concrete patios, shade trees, wide paved roads, on site management, and security management. Well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome. They are located north of Highway 114, between IH-35W and Highway 377 15 minutes to Denton, 15 minutes to Fort Worth, 40 minutes to Dallas, and 22 minutes from Lewisville. Northlake Village offers quiet, country living near all that the Metroplex has to offer. Guests will find the Village comfortable, cozy, and convenient. You will be able to explore Dallas but be near less populated and rural Texas destinations as well.

Sandy Lake RV Park

campground None, TX
If you want to explore the town of Richardson in Texas, a great place to stay is the Sandy Lake RV Park in Carrolton, Texas. It's just 12 miles away, so you won't have far to travel to Richardson. The park is located just across the road from the old-fashioned Sandy Lake Amusement Park, which you can visit with your kids. They will love it there. If you enjoy playing golf, there are golf courses close by. The sites at the park all have full hookup, and there is free Wifi and cable TV, clean restrooms, and two laundry facilities. If you want to spend a day at the park, there is plenty to keep you occupied. There is a pool, by which you can relax and take in the sun, or burn up some calories swimming. The park also has a clubhouse with a gym, a store selling snacks and supplies, and a dog park. If you want to make new friends, the park is right behind you, holding lots of activities which will make you get to know your fellow campers. Events include pancake breakfasts, crafts, coffee hour, religious services, and much more.

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