There are many different kinds of RV parks in Texas for the traveler, it really depends on where in the state you are visiting. Whether it is in the panhandle, the lakes or prairies, desert, or along the coast, you are sure to find one that you will come back to year after year. With so many to choose from, it is a little difficult to name just one, or to say this RV park is better than another. Here then are four that are in Texas that you may want to check out more.
If you are looking for fun in the sun in the Winter time, what better place for RV parks in Texas than the Jamaica Beach RV Park, located on Galveston Island. This wonderfully manicured park is right across from the beach, with many unobstructed views of the Gulf of Mexico as well as Galveston Bay. This RV park has a number of different amenities. Many of the sights are pull through, and can accommodate even the largest RV coaches. Each site has full hook ups, with up to fifty amp service available. You have access to their clubhouse, with pool tables, exercise room, laundry facilities, and even a large screen television. You and your family probably won’t need to use the club house, you’ll be too busy enjoying the swimming pool and spa, the beaches, the playground, or even enjoy a great outdoor movie in their movie area. This area is full of nearby attractions, from the Johnson Space Center, Moody Gardens with its aquariums, Rainforest Pyramid, and even an IMAX theater. One of the biggest yearly events in Houston is the Wings Over Houston, as well as the Galveston Motorcycle Rally.
For a taste of the old west, try the Wagon Wheel RV Park, one of the RV parks in Texas’ Southern plains area. This is located in Bulverde, this is full amenity park, with hook ups, laundry facilities, satellite TV, wireless high speed internet, There are both pull through, as well as back in sites, and fifty amp services are available. Each site, as well as all the access roads are paved, and have a picnic table and fire ring. There is a full general store, clubhouse, furnished cabin rentals, cottages and even RV’s so just bring yourselves if you don’t have your own. You won’t be spending much time here though, with the San Antonia Zoo, Schlitterbahn Water park, tubing the Guadalupe River, Natural Bridge Cavern and so much more close by.
Another of the great RV parks in Texas has to be in Amarillo, the Fort Amarillo RV Park and Resort. This is a great place to stop after a long haul through the vast Texas panhandle. It features overnight parking, as well as by the week or month. Inside the resort, you will find the rec hall, with showers laundry and the indoor pool. In the middle of the park, you will be able to fish in the spring fed pond, or enjoy a group gathering under the pavilion. For the kids there is a playground, sports courts for a number of hard top activities, and even a putting green. There are plenty of things to see and do, from fine dining shopping and many historical locations, just to name few. When you have finished your long day sightseeing, you can come back to Fort Amarillo and relax in the hot tub.
One of the many RV parks in Texas has to be the American Campground and RV Park. Located in Del Rio, Old Mexico, Lake Amistad, and even Laughlin AFB is right close by. There are full service hook ups here, with Camping cabins available, tent camping as well. Whether it is enjoying a group bonfire at night, the swimming pool, or the playground, there is a little for everyone. You have Whitehead Memorial Museum, Alamo Village, Val Verde Winery, Langtry, the home of Judge Roy Bean, right close by.