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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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Texarkana KOA sets itself apart as the only campground celebrating, in art, the RV lifestyle. Step inside the RV Art Gallery, and you'll see why. More than that, the campground is also about location. Camping with an RV here means you're only 10 minutes' drive away from services offered in the city. Yet under the shade of pine trees, you will feel a touch secluded from all worldly cares.
RV sites at Texarkana KOA have full hookups with 50/30 amp service. Maximum site length is 90'. Connect to standard Wi-Fi, or to a digital antenna to stay updated. Cable TV is offered to weekly guests while a few sites are satellite-friendly. Stay in shape and do laps in the pool (open from late May to late September), walk your pet in the dog park, or hit the Wildscape Trail on-site. Have some fun at the horseshoe pit, and let the children have fun too in the playground. Near the pool, you'll find the bathhouse and laundry room.
Texarkana campers will soon find that they don’t have to go far to sample a bit of culture, witness history, and soak up the wonderful outdoors. And yet if they do venture a bit farther out to the Ouachita Mountains, they won’t be disappointed at what they will find.
At the heart of the Texarkana park system is the 145-acre Spring Lake Park where fishing piers, wide-open green spaces, and a spring-fed lake invite rejuvenating moments with nature. For those hoping to get a good workout, there is a nearly two-mile walking and biking trail that loops the entire park. Other amenities include an 18-hole disc golf course, a baseball field, and a splash pad for refreshing family fun.
RV camping at Texarkana KOA puts you close to excellent bass fishing that awaits at Millwood Lake across the state line. Crappie, catfish, and bluegills round out the variety of fish found here. Birders, on the other hand, are attracted by the more than 300 bird species (out of Arkansas' 400 on record) making appearances year-round. There's also a self-guided walking and bicycle trail, and for water adventurers, a marina where fishing boats, canoes, and kayaks can be rented and launched.
Book an RV in Bowie County and experience one of Arkansas' biggest nature draws. The 1.8-million-acre Ouachita National Forest is where sensational mountain views go hand in hand with rivers, streams, and lakes to create an irresistible setting for outdoor recreation. Some of the most popular activities here are fishing, hiking, and horseback riding. Cover more ground in your Texarkana camper rental with a drive on the Talimena National Scenic Byway, a winding 54-miler that will take you to historical sites, plenty of picnic areas, and the Queen Wilhelmina State Park.
The Museum of Regional History provides a fitting introduction into learning more about the area's history, from the time of the Caddo Indians to the early Spanish and French settlers. Texarkana is one-half of its twin city across the Arkansas state line, and this museum, housed in the city's oldest brick structure, relives the history of the city in two states.
The Discovery Place Interactive Museum offers hands-on exhibits to visitors of all ages. Giant prehistoric and scenic wildlife murals create a real-life experience of walking back in time. The living science laboratory houses reptiles, mammals, and small aquatic creatures that will delight even the youngest guests. At the centerpiece of this learning center sits the One-Million Volt Musical Tesla Coils that when turned on, create an astounding masterpiece of sight and sound.
Rent a camper near Texarkana KOA, and you’re only 40 minutes' drive away from the Historic Washington State Park. The Arkansas Confederate capital from 1863-1865, Washington was an important stop on the Southwest Trail, a pioneer route for settlers bound for Texas. Horse-drawn carriages can take you on a sightseeing tour of the park's collection of 19th-century buildings like the Weapons Museum, the County Courthouse, and the blacksmith shop. Time your visit during the Civil War Weekend, and you’ll witness reenactments of a town in the throes of battle.
Enthusiasts of antique automobiles should visit the Four States Auto Museum in Texarkana on the Arkansas side of the city. Housing a collection of vintage cars spanning 100 years, the museum also feels like an authentic period repair shop, with tools and archival documents to match. During the Railfest in May, camp in an RV near Texarkana and enjoy the annual car show.
And all these are just half of the Texarkana story. Dig deeper, and you just might be surprised at the treasures that lie beneath. Find the best RV rental in Texarkana, Texas now, and start discovering the other half.