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When you book an RV in Temple, you’ll find yourself amidst the metropolitan meccas of Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston. You’ll also have access to the spectacular natural beauty of the Davy Crockett National Forest and the Sam Houston National Forest. If you’d prefer to let someone else do most of the driving while you’re here, the Hill Country Transit District runs bus routes in the city and Amtrak operates out of the Temple Railway Station. Visit the websites or offices of the City of Temple, Discover Temple, the Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Temple Chamber of Commerce for a warm welcome, a visitors’ guide, and updated information on area attractions, events, businesses, and promotions.

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The Great Outdoors

You can take your Temple motorhome rental to the Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area, which includes 136 areas of shoreline, marinas, beaches, and plenty of family-friendly programs and activities throughout the year. The Miller Springs Nature Area covers 260 acres and includes 11 miles of hiking and biking trails, 200 species of wildflowers, and 90 species of birds.

Golfers with a Temple RV rental by owner can enjoy the local golf course, which is an 18-hole championship course with a pro shop and a restaurant on site. The city also maintains an extensive network of trails and parks. Friar’s Creek Trail spans vibrant fields and encompasses many varieties of wildflowers in season. A guide to this and other trails is downloadable on the city’s website. Community parks include Lions Park with a disc golf course, a multi-use trail, and a bark park; Miller Park with a lake, fitness stations, and pavilions and barbecue grills; South Temple Park with a water park, a disc golf course, and a playground; West Temple Park with a multi-use trail, barbecue grills, sports and recreation fields, and a playground; and Wilson Park with a swimming pool, a playground, and sports and recreation fields.

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RV rentals in Temple need a place to stay and the Bird Creek RV Park is a place to start looking. Level, graveled, pull-through sites feature full hookups, cable, and trash collection. The park provides restrooms and showers, a swimming pool, and shaded areas.

You can also call the Cedar Ridge Campground your temporary home with an RV trailer rental in Temple. The park offers fishing, boating, a marina, concessions, a convenience store, and a seasonal restaurant. RV sites include full hookups, Wi-Fi, covered picnic tables, and grills. The park provides restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, recreational facilities, and a dump station.

Belton RV Park has shaded, pull-through sites that include full hookups and Wi-Fi. Park amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a pool, an exercise room, a lodge, a picnic area, and propane for sale.

Westcliff Park can also accommodate your camper rental near Temple. The park features a swimming beach, a boat ramp, fishing, a playground, and picnic areas. RV sites include electric and water hookups, covered picnic tables, grills, and lantern poles. The park provides restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and a dump station.

Cicada Springs RV Park is in Killeen. The park is secure and gated with paved and lighted roads. RV sites include full hookups, concrete pads, and Wi-Fi. Park amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and access to a city park.

Exploring the City

History buffs will find much to enjoy here in Temple. Visit the Czech Heritage Museum and Genealogy Center to see exhibits, artifacts, crafts, and toys that examine Czech culture and history from the sixth century through the Cold War era. The Bell County Museum chronicles the life of the area from prehistory to the present day with a permanent collection of artifacts, antiques, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Visitors of all ages will appreciate the Railroad & Heritage Museum with a collection of railroad equipment and memorabilia in the original 1911 Santa Fe Depot. The Wilson House celebrates 1950’s architecture and the many different uses of plastic laminate.

For a different kind of culture that you can explore when you rent an RV in Temple, the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center hosts art galleries, symphonies, theatrical performances, classes, and more. The Temple Symphony Orchestra and the Temple Civic Theatre both showcase performances as well as educational and outreach programs throughout the year.

Whether you are visiting here with family, with friends, or on your own solo journey, you’ll find plenty to do, see, play, and eat here. This area blends the best of Southern hospitality and sophisticated urbanity. Whatever you have in mind -- shopping, sports, or snacking -- you’ll find it here and you’ll love it.

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