Winter has definitely hit western Canada with a wallop, and Texas campgrounds, RV parks and resorts from Dallas to the Rio Grande Valley are keeping busy as thousands of “Winter Texans” make their way into the Lone Star State from the US Midwest and western Canada.
“Our members are telling us the winter of 2017 is going to be a busy time for many Texas campgrounds,” said Brian Schaeffer, executive director, and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO), which hosts TexasCampgrounds.com, the travel planning website.
“Some parks have already sold out their monthly sites, while others still have vacancy for the winter. So it’s good to check TexasCampgrounds.com and call the parks that interest you for details,” Schaeffer said.
Texas has a wide range of public and private parks that provide everything from RV sites and rental accommodations to organized activities and entertainment, even in the middle of winter. Here’s a link to a sampling of parks that showcase the variety of camping Texas campgrounds have to offer.