Top Five Texas Campgrounds

Next time you want to take your Texas RV out for a week or weekend, visit a Texas RV dealer to pick up supplies and ensure that your RV is in perfect working order. Then pack up and head out to one of these top five Texas campgrounds for some relaxation and fun.

Camp Tonkawa Springs RV Park: This park is located in Garrison, Texas, in the Piney Woods, and has plenty of activities for the entire family. Enjoy swimming, horseshoes, volleyball and free WiFi. The park also has room for RV clubs and, for the longer RVs or travel trailers, has long pull-throughs to make it easier to get in and out. Nacodogches, the oldest town in Texas, is nearby, and offers traditional Texas food and antique hunting opportunities.

Amarillo Sundown RV Resort: Located in Amarillo, this RV park has a clubhouse and playground area for adults and kids. It is also a pet-friendly RV park, so if you are looking for a place where your dog is welcome this is it. Nearby, you will find Palo Duro Canyon, public golf courses and Wonderland Park, if you get tired of the relaxation and camp amenities.

Campers enjoying RVing at Bastrop State Park. Photo Credit: Bastrop State Park:

Amistad Reservoir: Amistad is referred to as an oasis in the desert. The recreation area is located on the United States’ side of the International Amistad Reservoir. Enjoy hiking, swimming, boating, fishing and other water-based activities. And if you’re lucky, you may see some wildlife that is native to the area.

Enchanted Rock State Natural Area: Located in Fredericksburg, Texas, RVers can enjoy rock climbing, hiking, bird watching and star gazing. The location of this park has minimal light pollution, so it is a great sight to bring the telescope along. You can also view Indian and other historical artifacts.

Bastrop State Park: Bastrop State Park, located in Bastrop, Texas, gives RVers plenty to do while staying there. When you get tired of relaxation, you can go backpacking, picnicking, swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking, golfing and wildlife viewing. If you enjoy biking, bring your bike, as the park as plenty of bike trails, including a 12-mile ride through the Lost Pines.

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