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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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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.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Twin Pine RV Park is in the small town of Slaton, Texas, just outside the city of Lubbock. It's a great place to stay while exploring the West Texas countryside. It's also a convenient and fun place to stop if you are taking a road trip across the southern U.S. In addition to being a 20-minute drive from downtown Lubbock, it is also four hours' drive from Fort Worth and Dallas, and a two-hour drive from the Midland/Odessa area.
Campsites at Twin Pine RV Park have lots of amenities to keep you comfortable during your camping trip. Sites have full-service hookups with 20, 30, and 50 amp electrical connectivity. Every site has WiFi, and most have hookups for cable TV. Modern restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are on-site. Pets are welcome and can roam off-leash in the park's large pet run. Campers have access to two large grilling areas as well as an outdoor horseshoe pit. Indoors, there is a full kitchen and rec room to make your stay more comfortable. There are open grassy areas as well as shaded areas where you can spend time outside.
One of the most exciting outdoor destinations to visit while motorhome camping in Lubbock is Mackenzie Park, which is home to Prairie Dog Town. This charming area houses a colony of prairie dogs, and there are signs to help you learn more about them. There's also a large dog park in Mackenzie Park, as well as a golf course, a sculpture garden, disc golf, picnic areas, and a trail network. It's a great place to visit, no matter what type of outdoor activities you enjoy.
The Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark is also worth visiting when you're RV camping at Twin Pine RV Park. This is a natural history preserve that is part of Texas Tech University. Its 4.5 miles of walking trails are perfect for a stroll. Learn more about this important archaeological site at the interpretive center. Signage throughout the landmark also offers insight into the history of the area. Researchers have found fossils here that shine some light on the Ice Age, cavemen, and more.
Outside of the city is Buffalo Springs Lake, a great place to go fishing and boating when you book a travel trailer in Lubbock County. Boat launches surround the lake, and there's a marina where you can rent your own watercraft. Relax at the beach while taking in Texas's pleasant warm weather. The lake is a good place to fish, with several species including bass, crappie, sunfish, and catfish. Surrounding the lake are nature trails that are great for a gentle hike, as well as a designated area for ATV riding.
Twin Pine is located just outside the small town of Slaton. The town has multiple gas stations and supermarkets where you can stock up on anything you might need for your trip. Several restaurants can be found in Slaton, with great options for barbecue and Mexican food. The town is also particularly well-known for its local bakery, where you can pick up quirky sweet treats as well as a few savory snacks. The Lubbock area is also known for its wine, and four wineries are within easy driving distance of the campground.
It's easy to drive into downtown Lubbock when you camp in an RV at Twin Pine RV Park. There are lots of fun things to do in this small city. The town was the birthplace of the famed musician Buddy Holly, and the Buddy Holly Center is a great place to see performing and visual arts. History buffs will enjoy the National Ranching Heritage Center, which features many preserved ranching buildings from centuries past. The American Windmill Museum is also located in Lubbock, where you can see many different types of indoor and outdoor windmills.
Toss a little culture into your trip and spend an afternoon viewing the Texas Tech University Public Art Collection. Stroll the campus grounds to view over 100 sculptures and pieces, ranging from abstract to realistic. This whimsical walking tour is quite a unique experience; it's a must-see for those with an appreciation for creativity and artistic insight.
Families with kids in tow will enjoy visits to the water park and classic amusement park in town. The Science Spectrum Museum is also a fun place to check out while you're here. The museum has a large immersive movie theater, an aquarium, and rotating science and technology exhibits. Lubbock also has a good selection of restaurants, with a few upscale options as well as plenty of casual cuisines.