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Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway, TX

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In the northern section of Texas, almost equidistant from Amarillo and Lubbock, is the Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway. When you book an RV in Briscoe County, you’ll be able to explore this state park with ease. Just be sure to spend a few days or more motorhome camping here to see all there is to see. The park was originally opened in 1982 after the State of Texas purchased the land from Theo Geisler in 1975.

But the history of the land that the park is on goes back way further than 1975. The earliest known people to live and explore the area surrounding the park were Native Americans, specifically the Folsom culture, which can be …

Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, TX

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Lake Meredith National Recreation Area lies in the northern panhandle region of Texas, between the towns and cities of Amarillo, Pampa, and Dumas. The land spans much of the shoreline of Lake Meredith, which gives the recreation area its name and is the main draw for visitors to Lake Meredith National Recreation Area. Campers from the big Texan cities such as Amarillo will seek out this oasis of land and water, far from the chaos of city life.

Whether they come for the fantastic fishing and boating on Lake Meredith or for hiking and hunting along with Lake Meredith's Recreational Area’s green landscapes, there is something for everyone here. The combination of wilderness beauty with easy road …

Oasis State Park, NM

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Oasis State Park is precisely what the name implies, an oasis amid an arid environment, so it's no wonder that the park is a popular destination for both tourists and locals alike. The park has a stand of cottonwood trees that surrounds rolling and shifting sand dunes, and a central lake. It has a hiking trail that circles the lake; you can take a leisurely walk along the trail, getting lost in the turquoise green pond waters, or try your hand at fishing in the pond. As the sun sets, beautiful turns to blazing gorgeous as the setting sun reflects off of the pond waters. Rent a camper near Oasis State Park, and you can experience it all.

There …

Palo Duro Canyon State Park, TX

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The state of Texas is known for its mesmerizing natural attractions. One of the most exciting ones is, undoubtedly, Palo Duro Canyon. This is an 800-foot deep, 20-mile wide, and 120-mile long canyon that stretches from the town of Silverton to the town of Canyon. It's also part of Palo Duro Canyon State Park, one of the biggest state parks in the Lone Star State.

Just 25 miles south of Amarillo and 12 miles east of Canyon lies this breathtaking 20,000-acre expanse which draws outdoor enthusiasts from all over the country to relax, unwind, and soak up the amazing scenery. The park itself is mainly situated on the southern high plains, home to a shortgrass prairie along with a variety …

Ute Lake State Park, NM

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New Mexico has a diverse landscape, ranging from mountains to deserts, plains, and a lot of interesting things in between. When you book an RV in Quay County, you’ll be on the eastern side of New Mexico, near the border that it shares with Texas. Quay County is home to flat plains cut with deserts, which are occasionally broken up by towns, small lakes, and moderate bluffs. Ute Lake State Park is home to one of those lakes and is located between Albuquerque, NM, and Amarillo, TX.

RV camping at Ute Lake State Park is a wonderful way to see the area first-hand by spending time in it. Ute Lake State Park rests at almost 4,000 feet …

Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, OK

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Washita Battlefield National Historic Site is a memorial marking the site of the 1868 Battle of Washita. Book an RV rental in Cheyenne, Oklahoma, and you'll be within a few miles of the memorial. Begin your tour of the site with a stop by the visitor center, featuring elevated ceilings and lots of open space. Its design reflects some of the architectural principles used by the Cheyenne in their own dwellings.

Inside the visitor center, you can watch a short video explaining the events that led up to the conflict and view the exhibits showing what would have been used in the battle. Once you've finished this, you can head outside where you'll find a trail that loops through …