Texas RV Campgrounds
Across Texas, campers can find state parks with lakes, such as Lake Austin, Lake Lewisville, Lake Cypress Springs and Lake Tyler, where they can go fishing, swimming or boating. Texas also offers places to go kayaking, rock climbing, golfing, horseback riding, parasailing, skydiving, hiking, tubing or surfing. Some of the top campgrounds in Texas sit on or near the state’s lakes or rivers and offer recreational activities, including outdoor sports, for children and adults.
Fort Amarillo RV Resort
The Trailer Life Directory also ranked Fort Amarillo RV Park and Resort as one of the top campgrounds in Texas in 2010. The resort has 105 sites for RV and tent camping. The campground is dominated by a Western theme. It is also dog friendly and offers a fenced-in dog-walking area. Amenities at the resort for adults and children include a fishing pond, a gift shop, a putting green, an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor hot tub, a rec room, a game room, a pavilion area and a playground. The campground is near the Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, the Amarillo Little Theatre, the Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian and the Don Harrington Discovery Center.
South of Amarillo (Photo courtesy of ta0.wordpress.com)
Palo Duro Canyon State Park
The second largest canyon in the country lies in the heart of the Texas Panhandle. Visit Palo Duro Canyon State Park; experience the canyon's rugged beauty and enjoy its colorful history. Explore the canyon by foot, mountain bike, horse or car. There are more than 30 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails. Camp, geocache, study nature or bird watch. During the summer, enjoy a performance of the outdoor musical drama TEXAS.
(Photo Courtesy of tpwd.texas.gov)