2019 Keystone Cougar 368mbi
2019 Keystone Cougar 368mbi
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Located on the banks of the Wichita River, on the edge of Wichita, the Wichita Falls RV Park has an idyllic setting, yet it's close to all the amenities you need. This large RV camping site has over 60 campsites available for overnight stays and an additional 80 sites during peak season. There is a mixture of back-in and pull-thru, with plenty of room for big rigs, and a choice of sunny or shady sites. Whatever type of site you want for your next motorhome camping adventure, you should find it here.
Every site at Wichita Falls RV Park comes with water and electric hookups, plus there are plenty of full hookup sites should that be what you prefer. On-site is a large swimming pool, a pretty pond with picnic areas, plus of course, access to the Wichita River directly from the campground.
For your comfort, you’ll find modern restrooms and showers, a laundry, free WiFi, and cable TV. The site welcomes pets and offers a dog play area, plus an outdoor games area for the kids. Military personnel, members of the AAA, AARP, and the Good Sam Club all receive discounts here.
Wichita Falls RV Park is midway between Oklahoma City, OK to the north and Fort Worth, TX to the south, and heading east will bring you to the edge of the Texas lakes area. This is a beautiful area for touring when you book an RV in Wichita County.
Right next door to Wichita Falls RV Park, you will find two city parks. Lucy Park is the larger of the two, covering around 180 acres, and is on the inside of a natural bend in the Wichita River. It’s a beautiful setting, with tall pecan and cottonwood trees spread across the park. At the center is a large pond that’s home to ducks, geese, and other waterfowl, so bring some bread and spend an hour relaxing while feeding the birds.
If you are feeling a little more active, there’s a large swimming pool, an 18-hole disc golf course, basketball and volleyball courts, and playgrounds for the kids. After all of that exercise, take some time off and have a picnic, while making the most of the excellent facilities.
From Lucy Park, follow part of the Wichita River Trail, for around 1.5-miles, to the Wichita Falls. The man-made falls drop by around 54-feet over a multi-level cascade and replace the original falls that were washed away in the 1800s. The trail continues for another 13 scenic miles, following the Wichita River, and eventually ends at Lake Wichita Park.
To the south of the city is Lake Wichita and Lake Wichita Park. This beautifully laid out park offers plenty to do, including a 2.6-mile hiking trail connecting the southern tip of the lake to the dam at the northern end. There are also picnic tables and grills, sports pitches, a disc golf course, and even a model aircraft landing strip.
Wichita Falls is a large city with all the facilities you need while camping with an RV at Wichita Falls RV Park. Close to the campground are several restaurants, plus a number of grocery stores, making this a very convenient overnight stop in your rental RV.
The city is home to the World’s Littlest Skyscraper. Built-in 1919 by J.D. McMahon, the highrise building, was planned to provide some much-needed office space in the growing city. Sadly, the investors, that paid a total of $200,000 dollars in investment to the scheme didn’t check the plans carefully. Although they thought they were getting a tower block of 480 feet, what they actually got was a building just 480 inches high. The investors took McMahon to court, but he produced the plans that clearly stated the height of 480 inches, and he won the case. It still stands today, to the embarrassment of the city, but is rather unloved.
On the eastern side of the city is Castaway Cove Waterpark, that’s bound to be a hit with the kids. Along with the relaxing slow river float, several pools, there is, of course, numerous slides and rides to enjoy. All of this is great family fun when you are RV camping nearby.
When you are looking for something more cultural to occupy your time, then Wichita Falls comes up trumps. There are several art museums, including the Kemp Center for Arts, home to the Arts Council, a Sculpture Garden, and the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra. The Museum of North Texas History is a step back in time to discover the oil industry that brought so much wealth to Texas. It also includes military history and several old buildings. For railroad enthusiasts, there is something for everyone at the Wichita Falls Railroad Museum, from locomotives to Pullman sleepers and cabooses.