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Just by virtue of its size—more than 268,000 square miles—you’ve got to know that Texas camping will provide a mind-boggling variety of experiences. Traveling from east to west, you’ll drive through terrain that ranges from coastal swamps and piney woods to rolling plains and rugged hills and the desert and mountains of Big Bend. And RV camping in Texas puts you in the midst of it all.
RV parks in Texas are located in a wide array of climate zones. Snow falls in the Panhandle and mountainous areas of West Texas. The Western end of the state has little
RV parks in Texas are located in a wide array of climate zones. Snow falls in the Panhandle and mountainous areas of West Texas. The Western end of the state has little rainfall; Southeast Texas averages as much as 54 inches per year. Summer temperatures are hotter in the coastal regions and milder in the mountains of West Texas.
But RV camping in Texas is a lot more than climate. The vastness of the state, the diverseness of the culture, and long colorful history, means there’s a variety of historic attractions. While staying at RV parks in Texas, you’ll be close to many of these. Visit the NASA/Space Center Houston, the Heart of Texas Historical Museum in the Hill Country, the Crockett County Museum in Ozona or the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Forth Worth. Probably the most famous spot in Texas is The Alamo in San Antonio. It was established in 1718 as the city’s first mission and continues to thrill visitors. Texas camping puts you close to the action.
Parking your rig near the Texas coastline puts you in proximity to more than 600 miles of coastline along the Gulf of Mexico’s warm waters where sunsets are what dreams of made of. RV camping in Texas is this and more.
RV camping in Texas is also an opportunity to get your internal cowboy or cowgirl on. Stop in one of the many Western apparel stores and come out looking like a local. Near to any of the RV parks in Texas will be an outfitter that can pair you and a four-legged mount. Then go and explore some of the thousands of miles of trails. Sing along with Texas-style Western music you’ve downloaded—it’s a great accompaniment to your adventure.
But maybe you’re a confirmed city slicker. Park your rig at one of the RV parks in Texas adjacent to one of Texas’ metropolitan areas and enjoy fabulous shopping, sumptuous dining experiences and venues for a variety of arts and cultural events.