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Thousand Trails at Lake Whitney is Open for Summer Fun

Posted on: June 26th, 2015 by admin No Comments

Due to recent flooding, Lake Whitney State Park is currently closed. But that doesn’t mean summer vacation is cancelled! Thousand Trails is still open for the season, so call today to book your stay.

cabinLake Whitney State Park will be closed for most of the summer, or until further notice. You won’t be able to boat on the lake, but you will still be able to unwind at Thousand Trails. You can enjoy nature at a primitive campsite in the shade, a cabin or a pull-thru RV site. Take a dip in our pool to cool off this summer!

If you want to get outdoors and soak up the summer sun, you can go for a horseback ride on one of our equestrian trails and enjoy the view of Lake Whitney. Our RV resort includes a fitness center, clubhouse, hot tub, mini golf, shuffleboard and more! Enjoy free Wi-Fi and cable TV at all sites. Feel free to bring your four-legged friends along, because pets are always welcome!

Thousand Trails at Lake Whitney is located north of Waco and south of the DFW metroplex, near Hillsboro. Hillsboro is home to a variety of restaurants and an outlet mall that brings in visitors from all over Texas. To reserve your vacation with Thousand Trails, call 1-877-570-2267 or visit their website.

Whether you’re looking to hook up an RV, rent a cottage or pop a tent, Texas Campgrounds include parks that offer a variety of sites and campground experiences. Stop by the Texas Campgrounds website to enter your name into a quarterly drawing to win a $250 Valero gift card, and to find more information about your next camping destination.


Say Hello to Mild Winters and Sunny Skies

Posted on: December 2nd, 2014 by admin No Comments

Are you dreaming of a sunny Christmas? Longing for mild winters and clear Texas skies? Come down to the South Rio Grande Valley for the winter, and let your troubles melt away.

TACOEscape the snow, ice and wintery mix. Stash away the snow shovels. The Rio Grande Valley of Texas attracts Winter Texans from all over the country. Enjoy mild temperatures and breathtaking sunsets. With birding, wildlife refuges, movie theaters, museums and shopping, there’s plenty to do and see!

This tropical region of Deep South Texas has an abundant culture, warm climate, tropical beauty and delicious local produce. Small towns and cities are brimming with Southern Texas charm and down-home hospitality. Culture, art and history combine in one can’t-miss experience. The Valley is your home away from home, so what are you waiting for?

Visit Texas Campgrounds to find an RV Park in the Valley. Texas Campgrounds is an association of “resorts where folks can visit with their friends and families.” Escape your winter blues, and find the perfect campground to suit your needs.