Spring Break Plans for Texas Spring Breakers
It’s time to shine the ol’ wheels on Rita the Recreational Vehicle you’ve been wheeling around the country in for years. Spring Break is quickly approaching, and we’re advising you to steer clear of the airport’s hustle and bustle. Take a good old fashioned road trip in your RV, but before you hit the road to visit these stunning Texas sites, get in touch with SOGO about our RV insurance, which protects your trusty RV from busted windshields to flipped-over awnings, and gas bottles replacement. Save your spring break budget for making memories with your friends and family – not for untimely and expensive repairs that our policies can easily cover.
The Best Places to RV in Texas:
Northern Texas: Cedar Hill State Park (Cedar Hill, TX)
For just $30/night for a full hook-up campsite, you can’t go wrong at Cedar Hill State Park. Get the best of both worlds here, with all the “normal” state park things to do, while also being only 20 minutes away from Downtown Dallas and all the museums, shopping, and sites it has to offer. You can fish, hike, and canoe by day, while having a night on the Big City streets and fabulous dining.
East Texas: Tyler Oaks RV Resort (Tyler, TX)
This place is definitely home away from home. With over 100 spots for full RV hookups, an event center, dog park, laundry facility, swimming pool, and fitness center, you’re getting the full A+ treatment while still enjoying life outdoors. Get the whole family together for a family reunion, and travel over to Tyler, TX for an official party. Of course, there are plenty of things to do outside the park, including Tyler’s planetarium, museum of art, and other exciting adventures for the whole family. Whether you’re grilling weenies on the grill, or make it a date night in this small, but a sweet town, you’re bound to have a great time.
South Texas: Reba’s Rock-N-Rose RV Park (Three Rivers, TX)
If you’re looking for the ultimate hideaway, Reba’s is your place. Three Rivers is already a quiet town, but add the shaded full hook-up sites and the spring breeze and you’ve got the most relaxing Spring Break of all time. Head to Reba’s if you need to check out from the craziness of the world, with only big Texas stars to see at night, and maybe the sweet sounds of the crickets chirping. If you’re lucky, you’ll even get to meet Reba, the park manager, yourself!
West Texas: Davis Mountains State Park (Fort Davis, TX)
Maybe you felt like heading to the mountains of California, but you’re living with a smaller budget in mind. Davis Mountains State Park is the absolute perfect place to “settle” your RV, with its spectacular views and “far-from-home” feel. Bonus points if you decide to hook up the trailer and bring your horse along. This state park is a horse-friendly park, with trails and rides for anyone willing to break a sweat. Bird watching and nature-enjoying are on the list for those who’d rather put their feet up.
Central Texas: Fredericksburg RV Park (Fredericksburg, TX)
Just a hop, skip, jump, and short 1.5-hour car ride away, Fredericksburg RV Park is waiting for you. Wifi and cable are among the list of included amenities, so you don’t have to feel too disconnected from the real world. Spend the night at the cleanest facilities in Central Texas, and spend the day shopping and enjoying all the FBG has to offer. It’s not too early to snag some ripened peaches for a taste of summer to come.
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