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The perfect place to bring your RV and explore all the hidden gems it has to offer, Texas awaits with its majestic parks and colorful history. Bastrop State Park in Bastrop is a family-friendly park where you can reconnect and spend time motorhome camping in nature. Don't have your own rig? Book an RV in Bastrop County and explore the surrounding area while RV camping at Bastrop State Park.
The bustling metropolis of Austin is less than an hour’s drive west of Bastrop State Park. Enjoy the day at the park and then head over to the city for a taste of its vibrant nightlife. Smithville is only 15 minutes southeast of the park and offers quaint shopping as well …
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South-central Texas is home to three of the biggest cities in the state: Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. And centrally located within a few hours of all of them is the scenic Lost Pines area. Buescher State Park is a 1,000-acre park nestled right in the heart of Smithville in Lost Pines.
The CCC constructed many of the buildings and structures in the park in the mid-1930s. Plagued with a recent history of record-breaking heatwaves, this park was nearly burned to the ground back in 2011. Large swathes of loblolly pines were destroyed, but a few patches were saved. This gives the park its unique landscape and interesting history.
If you plan to do a bit of …
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In the northwest part of Texas, near Dallas and Fort Worth, is Cedar Hill State Park. This state park is a fantastic place to visit when you book an RV in Dallas County. There are also state park RV campgrounds here to stay the night at. Cedar Hill State Park was established in 1982 but didn’t open to the public until 1991. The park can trace its modern history back to 1854 when John Anderson Penn settled in the cedar-covered hills on the land that eventually became the park.
With nearly 2,000 acres of land to explore, guests who camp in an RV near Dallas will find plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors at Cedar Hill State Park. …
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The Lone Star State is known for its open spaces, big cities, forever-skies, and great food. If you enjoy all that, but the big city hustle and bustle is too much, maybe try something new. Want to enjoy a tranquil campsites with a spring-fed lake and beautiful trails? We’ve found the campground for you. In northeastern Texas, just an hour and change south of the Dallas and Fort Worth area and three hours north of Austin lies the quaintness of Cleburne, a small city with a big heart and the home of Cleburne State Park.
One of the earliest settlements in Johnson County, Cleburne was eventually purchased in 1934 by the CCC as part of the New Deal to help …
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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.
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Located halfway between Waco and Rusk in the eastern part of the state, Fairfield Lake State Park’s tree-lined landscape and fish-filled lake make it one of the best places in East Texas to go camping with an RV. Many different types of fish inhabit the 2,400-acre lake, and a wide variety of other types of animals call Fairfield Lake State Park home, too. Located just a few miles outside of town, fans of hiking, horseback riding, and swimming will have all they need at the park.
Beautiful, sturdy hardwood trees are plentiful for Fairfield campers, with various types of oak, hickory, and cedar making up the terrain. Colorful wildflowers of all shapes and sizes are scattered around the park, something …
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An easy way to see eastern central Texas is to search for an RV in Limestone County, which is less than 100 miles south of Dallas and Fort Worth. Also located in Limestone County is Fort Parker State Park, which is a fun place to camp when you are renting an RV in the area. This state park consists of nearly 1,500 acres, approximately half of which is water, and originally opened to the public in 1941. The state park is named after Fort Parker, a well-known fort in the area that dates back to the 1830s.
Fort Parker State Park is about equidistant between Waco and Fairfield and rests on gently rolling hills that are prominent in …
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Ten miles south of Huntsville, 65 miles north of Houston, and 31 miles southwest of Montgomery, you'll find Huntsville State Park. Neatly situated near the western border of the southern pine belt, this state park in the heart of Sam Houston National Forest features a landscape of shady loblolly pines. Aside from its breathtaking natural beauty, Huntsville State Park also provides a plethora of exciting picnic and state park RV camping areas.
Huntsville State Park campers can enjoy an array of fun activities. A few of these include hiking, biking, horseback riding, mini golf, and swimming. To accommodate the needs of its visitors, the park also offers boat rentals, dump stations, screened shelters, and a recreation hall. …
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Inks Lake State Park in Burnet, about an hour’s drive northwest of Austin, is just one of the many exciting vacation destinations in the great state of Texas. The town of Llano is only about a 30-minute drive west, where you can grab a bite to eat, refuel, and stock up the rental RV before making your way over to this beautiful park.
Hiking, boating, fishing, and swimming are just a few of the outdoor adventures on offer at Inks Lake State Park. Whether you plan to hit the water, stick to dry land, or do a bit of both, book an RV in Burnet County and plan on spending a few days exploring the park's colorful, unique …
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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 …
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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.
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Plan your next RV camping trip to include Lake Somerville State Park near Somerville, Texas. No worries if you don't own an RV — book an RV in Burleson County and explore the vastness of Texas. The park is centered on Lake Somerville and is a great place to get active or just lounge around taking in the beauty of the park. Drop by College Station to stock up on camping supplies before parking your rental RV at Lake Somerville State Park.
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When you book an RV in Hunt County, which is to the east of Dallas and Fort Worth, you’ll definitely want to check out Lake Tawakoni State Park. This state park is new, compared to many in the state, and was only opened in 2002. It contains over 370 acres of land and has more than five miles of shoreline on Lake Tawakoni. The total lake has over 200 miles of shoreline, as the state park is only a small section of the shore.
The name of the state park comes from the historic Native American tribes that once lived in the area, the Tawakoni, and before being a park was farmland used by locals. The land in …