RV Trips


These RV trips are our camping experiences while RVing at various RV Parks, State Parks, and National Parks.  We hope you have as much fun reading these articles as we did writing them.  Of course, the only way to really experience the fun is to do it yourself!  


Lake Brownwood State Park is the first (of four) state parks we visited on our 2016 Texas State Park vacation in 2016...

West Texas Birding is our 2016 birding trip to South Llano River State Park, Fort Davis State Park, Big Bend National Park, and the Caverns of Sonora...  

McKinney Falls is a magnificent Texas state park located on Onion creek, less than 15 miles from the Capital of Texas... 

Brazos Bend State Park is an excellent park to visit if you like nature, hiking, camping, biking, fishing, birding, astronomy and gators!

The RV Camping Colorado Springs trip was our first RV trip to Colorado Springs, Pike's Peak, Garden of the Gods, Royal Gorge, and the Rocky Mountains...


The Texas Birding Adventure 2015 was our second birding trip to six of the nine World Birding Centers located in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.  It was every bit as rewarding as the last year's trip...

The Texas Birding Adventure 2014 was our first birding trip to the South Texas World Birding Center.  The center consists of 9 state parks located in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas...

Garner State Park is a great destination if you are RVing at Christmas or, for that matter, any other time of year.  There are plenty of activities to keep you busy. More...

Lost Maples State Park is a great fall destination to catch the Bigtooth Maple leaves changing color.  Lost Maples is located about 2 hours west of San Antonio, Texas. More...

Fort Parker State Park is a north-central Texas state park located near Mexia, Texas and along the Navasota River and surrounding Fort Parker Lake.  More...

Colorado Bend State Park is a beautiful Texas State Park located along the Colorado river a few miles upstream from Lake Buchanan.  More...

Big Bend National Park is a 801,163 acre park located in west Texas, USA.  It is the largest protected area of the Chihuahuan Dessert.  More...

Davis Mountains State Park is a great destination for visiting West Texas, including Marfa, Alpine, Marathon, Balmorhea, Fort Davis, the McDonald Observatory, and much more.  More...

Black Rock park is a great place for any type of camping.  It is close to Llano, Enchanted Rock state park, Inks Lake state park and many other great places.  More...

Our 1100 mile West Texas Adventure included visits to three Texas state parks, Big Bend National Park and side trips to Marfa, Fort Davis and Marathon, Texas.  More...

The South Llano River state park is a beautiful park located near Junction, Texas.  The park and the town of Junction has much to offer and is a great place to stop on your way to or from west Texas.   More...

Lake Livingston State Park is a beautiful park located about an hour north of Houston, Texas.  The park features a 90,000 acre lake, several hiking and equestrian trails, RV and tent campsites and more...

Blanco State Park, located in the city limits of Blanco, Texas is an excellent park to visit.  It is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and close to many area attractions, but there are many things to experience right in the Park and the town of Blanco.  More...

Old Tunnel State Park is a unique place where you can watch a bat emergence and get a great burger at the Alamo Springs Cafe nearby.  More...

Palo Duro State Park is the primary destination of our Palo Duro/Caprock Canyon/Abilene State Park adventure this May in 2011.  Palo Duro is about 500 miles from Austin, Texas.  To make the driving more barable, we stayed at more...

KOA Camping is great while traveling across the USA.  I wish there were more of them in Texas.  We were lucky to find this one in Abilene, on our way to Amarillo, Texas.  more...

Palmetto State Park has much to offer.  There are as many things to do around the area as there are in the park itself.  more...

The Spoetzl Brewery in, Shiner, Texas is a great place to visit while you're in the area.  The tour is free and so is the beer!

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