Texas State Parks are rich in natural beauty and cultural history. Texas has 11 eco-regions with a wide variety of landscapes, from lush forests to rugged canyons and mountains. Many State Parks feature spectacular lakes and rivers where you can go boating, fishing and swimming or just enjoy a relaxing float. Other parks offer wonderful trails for hiking, biking, birding and horseback riding. With such a wide variety of natural wonders you can plan a group RV outing to satisfy any taste.
When you stay at a Texas State Park you can always depend on friendly, knowledgeable staff and safe surroundings. And with more than 120 State Parks in Texas, you can take a day trip from your campsite to explore another State Park or State Historic Site in the area!
Texas State Parks also include more than thirty State Historic Sites, each one revealing a fascinating glimpse back in time. Visit a frontier fort, see prehistoric rock art or climb aboard the only surviving U.S. battleship to have fought in both world wars. Many sites also offer tours, special events, re-enactments and living history presentations to bring Texas history alive. If you're staying at a State Park be sure to drop by a nearby Historic site for a visit.
Many of our parks have facilities that are ideal for groups of RVs. During off-peak periods, some of these parks are offering special benefits for RV Groups. Some of these benefits include:
- Day and/or overnight use fees
- Group facility use
- Special programs by park staff
- Reservations available up to 11 months in advance
For more information on RV Group packages contact the Group Reservation Desk at (512) 389-8900 to make your group plans now!
The Central Reservation Center (C.R.C.) is is staffed from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday - Friday. The C.R.C. is closed Saturday, Sunday and major holidays.