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There is no shortage of interesting places to visit in the Lone Star State in and RV. Visitors can see some large cities filled with museums and professional sports, shopping, and delectable dining. They can have exciting adventures at the ranches or serene getaways viewing the countryside. They can even venture south and visit the beach. The best way to take in all the sites? By utilizing an RV rental from Cruise America.

Best Places to Visit Traveling with an RV in Texas

The Space Center - Taking your motorhome rental through Houston? You have to stop at the Space Center. Get an inside look at NASA operations. Visitors can check out exhibits and artifacts, see shows, dress up like an astronaut, and even experience astronaut life in a space simulator. It`s a must-visit for the future astronomers of your family.

King Ranch - While you`re in Houston, be sure to check out King Ranch, one of the most famous ranches in Texas. You can tour the ranch and learn all about life on the range. Learn about cattle and horse operations, farming, and feedlot and feed mill operations. There`s also a museum and saddle shop to check out during your visit.

Big Bend National Park - National parks and RV trips go hand in hand. If you are renting an RV in Texas, there`s nothing like experiencing one of the top natural beauties. Named after its location, Big Bend can be found in great bend of the Rio Grande. This stunner has it all: mountains, valleys, deserts, and more. Plus, it has over 240 miles of hiking trails to see it all up close. Plus, there are full hookups to camp overnight in your Cruise America RV.

The Alamo - Nothing spells Texas history like the Alamo. Remember it? Point your RV rental in the direction of San Antonio and visit The Alamo, the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. Today, the infamous fortress is now a museum that has over four million visitors each year. Plus, there are dozens of RV campgrounds less than thirty minutes from the Alamo, perfect to set up and spend the night in San Antonio.

The River Walk - Another must-see on your visit to San Antonio? The River Walk, that spans the San Antonio River. You can experience some of the best shopping and dining as you stroll through the area. Or, you can opt to take a river cruise and see everything for a different light. It`s especially beautiful when the shops are all lit up after dark.

Padre Island - Wanting to take in the beach on your visit? Padre Island, just south of Corpus Christi, is just what you need. The barrier island lets you take in a variety of marine life, birds, and plants. You can explore the area by kayak, paddleboard, or even horseback. And, of course, Padre Island also has delicious dining options and exciting nightlife opportunities.

USS Lexington - If you take your RV rental to Padre Island, you`ve got to stop in Corpus Christi and check out the USS Lexington. It is one of the largest surviving vessels from World War II. You can hop onboard for tours of the 33,000-ton aircraft carrier. See virtual battle stations, flight simulators, scale model collections, and more.

Ready to get started? Contact us! Cruise America lets you rent or buy an RV in Texas, as well as more than thirty other states and parts of Canada. This way, you make a motorhome rental close to home and then get comfortable for a fun trip. The process is simple: visit our website, enter some basic information, and start planning your trip. When do you want to leave? How long will you be gone? What size of RV rental works best for your family? Now, prepare for your RV in Texas to help you take in the best of the best. After all, everything`s bigger in Texas.