State Parks near Abilene, TX

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Abilene State Park, TX

28 RV rentals

Spending time exploring the vastness of Texas makes for the ideal family vacation. There are so many breathtaking places to visit and big-city fun to enjoy in the Lone Star State. Book an RV in Taylor County and mosey on over to Abilene State Park for swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking in the great outdoors. RV camping at Abilene State Park gives you the perfect opportunity to visit Abilene, just a mere 16 miles to the southwest of the park.

Make some time to visit Cisco, a place with lots of small-town charm, located about an hour’s drive to the east of the park. The bustling metropolis of Fort Worth is about two and a half hours east …

Colorado Bend State Park, TX

650 RV rentals

Considered the hidden gem of the Texas state park system, Colorado Bend State Park is the perfect getaway for outdoor enthusiasts. Colorado Bend covers over 5,300 acres of wilderness, including caves, rivers, waterfalls, sinkholes, and woodlands. You’ll find plenty of things to do when visiting the park, such as hiking, biking, kayaking, and fishing.

Book an RV in San Saba County, Texas and head on over to Bend for an unforgettable camping experience at Colorado Bend State Park. The park is only a two-hour drive from Austin and only 25 minutes from the smaller town of Lometa. Travelers coming from the San Antonio area will also enjoy the scenic drive northwest to Colorado Bend State Park.

Copper Breaks State Park, TX

13 RV rentals

Copper Breaks State Park is located in Northern Texas. The park got its name from firstly the small amounts of copper that can be found in the area clay, and then the 'breaks' refer to the faults that define the waterways in the park. Today the park is a stunning place to explore. When you search for an RV in Hardeman County, you will have access to this very popular area.

Overall the park covers a little more than 1898 acres of land, containing two small lakes; Copper Breaks Lake and Big Pond, and about 10 miles of hiking trails. Originally it was part of the land held by the Comanche and Kiowa but then opened as a state …

Lake Arrowhead State Park, TX

305 RV rentals

People tend to do things big in Texas, and Lake Arrowhead State Park is no exception. Lake Arrowhead is a 16,200-acre reservoir located on the Little Wichita River in Wichita Falls, less than two hours from Fort Worth.

Plan to visit Lake Arrowhead State Park in September and drive over to Henrietta for the annual Clay County Pioneer Reunion Rodeo. Be sure to book an RV in Wichita County and spend some time discovering the vastness of Texas during your Lake Arrowhead State Park RV camping adventure.

Lake Brownwood State Park, TX

118 RV rentals

An RV rental in Brown County will put you in the center of Texas, and southwest of Fort Worth. In this county, there is much to explore, and by taking advantage of state park RV camping and staying at Lake Brownwood State Park, you’ll have access to all of it. This state park was originally founded in 1934 and was built with the help of the Civil Works Administration, a government program that helped give local people work on public projects.

Lake Brownwood State Park is made up of over 500 acres of land that is filled with trails, a lake, many streams, and diverse wildlife. The park is near to many locally large towns like Abilene and San …

Lake Colorado City State Park, TX

64 RV rentals

Slightly northwest of the center of Texas, near Snyder, Big Spring, and Colorado City, is where you will find Lake Colorado City State Park. This park is a breeze to visit when you book an RV in Mitchell County, and onsite state park RV campgrounds make it easy to stay the night in your rental RV. Lake Colorado City State Park covers approximately 500 acres and is located on land that is leased from a local utility company for 99 years at a time. The park originally opened in 1972 and is located on Morgan Creek, a tributary of the Colorado River.

Lake Colorado, which is on Morgan Creek, was originally built in 1949 to provide …

Lake Mineral Wells State Park, TX

658 RV rentals

Lake Mineral Wells State Park is located in northern Texas and is known for heavily protecting the area that makes up the Western Cross Timbers and Mineral Wells Trailway. The park was once home to a railway during the late 1800s until it was later abandoned.

Vacationers can keep their rental motorhome at Lake Mineral Wells State Park and trek through it to see various rock formations, including a small canyon. Because of this, it’s a popular place for rock climbing. The state park is also just a short drive away from Fort Worth.

Possum Kingdom State Park, TX

399 RV rentals

Possum Kingdom State Park is located in Palo Pinto County, Texas. This park was originally built in the early 1940s as part of the New Deal. The Civilian Conservation Corps built the park in the Brazos River Valley. It also reaches into the Palo Pinto Mountains. The park is bordered by the Possum Kingdom Lake. This state park follows the Brazos River for about 65 miles, and there are over 300 miles of shoreline. Boaters and fishing enthusiasts who book an RV near Possum Kingdom State Park will find many things to do there.

Palo Pinto County has been inhabited by Native Americans from several tribes including Delaware, Shawnee, Tonkawa, Caddo, Wichita, and Choctaw. The county served as a refuge …

San Angelo State Park, TX

25 RV rentals

The state of Texas is home to San Angelo State Park, which covers over 7000 acres of pristine parkland, ideal for a range of outdoor activities. Located on the shores of the O.C. Fisher Reservoir, the land around the reservoir was made into the state park. Being located not very far from Sweetwater and Big Spring, it’s an ideal weekend getaway for some camping at San Angelo State Park.

Historically, the land that the park occupies today is believed to have been inhabited by Native Indians for over 18,000 years, followed by the Spaniards who made their way to the area in the 16th and 17th centuries, establishing missions for the Jumano tribes. Today, the park is an oasis …