NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR JULY 4TH
AT TEXAS CAMPGROUNDS AND RV PARKS
CROWLEY, Texas, May 20, 2019, — Now is the time to make reservations for July 4th weekend at many campgrounds, RV parks and resorts across Texas.
“People are making their reservations earlier and earlier each year, especially as record numbers of new RV owners enter the market,” said Brian Schaeffer, executive director and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO), which hosts TexasCampgrounds.com, the travel planning website.
TexasCampgrounds.com provides descriptions, photos and links to more than 350 campgrounds, RV parks and resorts across the Lone Star State, many of which have park model RVs, cabins and other rental accommodations designed by Platinum Cottages.
“While consumer interest in RVing continues to grow, campgrounds and RV parks are also increasingly providing a variety of rental units to accommodate people who don’t have an RV,” Schaeffer said.
— Bluebonnet Ridge RV Park in Terrell: This adults only community features RV sites and park model RV rentals. Amenities include basketball, tennis and pickleball courts; a swimming pool and hot tub; an adults only fitness room; 64 acres for walking and jogging; a catch-and-release fishing pond; horseshoe pits; and a putting green. https://www.bluebonnetrv.com
— Fort Amarillo RV Park in Amarillo: This park is a popular location for visitors who want to see the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum as well as Palo Duro Canyon State Park, a rugged 800-foot deep, 110-mile long chasm that is the largest canyon in the U.S. after the Grand Canyon.
Other Amarillo area attractions include the Big Texan Steak Ranch, which will serve you a 72-ounce steak free of charge — provided you can eat it along with all the trimmings inside of an hour.
Park amenities include a 4,500-square foot dog park, tennis courts, an indoor heated swimming pool, and Lizzie Mae’s Mercantile, the park’s unique gift store, which features everything from Texas-themed souvenirs to Christmas ornaments to specialty food items, unique baking mixes and condiments to unusual lamps, throw pillows and one-of-a-kind home decor items. www.fortrvparks.com.
— Forest Retreat RV Park in New Caney: This RV Park has almost 100 sites with 50 amp and 30 amp service and lots of amenities, including a swimming pool, free cable TV service, free Wi-Fi, public bathrooms and showers, a clubhouse with free coffee and ice, onsite propane and a laundry facility. www.forestretreatrvpark.com
Loyd Park in Grand Prairie: Loyd Park is a 791-acre recreation area
located in the middle of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex on the west shore of
Joe Pool Lake.
The park has 221 campsites, eight lakefront cabins, an 18-room lodge and a two-bedroom, one bath house for rent.
Built on a site with large majestic oak trees just a few steps from Joe Pool Lake, the Loyd Park Lodge, which opened last year, features a fully furnished kitchen, a covered porch with rocking chairs, barbecue grill, a fire pit and big screen TVs and Wi-Fi.
Loyd Park also features furnished one- and two-bedroom cabins with kitchens and bathrooms as well as large private and group campsites, each of which comes with its own picnic table, pavilion, grill and fire ring. www.loydpark.com
— Stone Creek RV Park in Schertz: This park is a great base camp for excursions to major attractions in New Braunfels, such as Schlitterbahn’s Waterpark, Rockin’ R River Rides and Texas Tubes, and San Antonio, which is home to The Alamo, The River Walk, the San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium and many other attractions. Onsite amenities include a hot tub; family and adult swimming pools; two large off leash dog parks with dog agility equipment; and two large recreation halls. The park also provides free cable TV and Wi-Fi and cabin rentals. www.stonecreekrvpark.com
— Texas Ranch RV Resort in Alvarado: Texas Ranch RV Resort spans across 100 acres of Texas grassland, with 50 acres of oversized RV sites and another 50 acres of recreational area. The park features a fishing pond. Other new amenities will soon be available, including pickleball and a swimming pool. www.texasranchrvresort.com
The Vineyards Campground & Cabins in Grapevine: The Vineyards
Campground & Cabins occupies 52 acres of an 850-acre mostly wooded
scenic area encircling Grapevine Lake. The park offers RV sites with concrete
pads as well as furnished cabins. Amenities include cable
television and upgraded Wi-Fi service and a pavilion as well as kayak and
bicycle rentals. www.vineyardscampground.com
Based in Crowley, the Texas Association of Campground Owners is the trade association that represents campgrounds, RV parks and resorts across the Lone Star State. For more information about camping in Texas, please call Brian Schaeffer at (817) 426-9395 or visit www.TexasCampgrounds.com and www.TexasCabinRentals.net.
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