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I am currently planning a trip with my family which includes my wife and two kids in coming months in Texas. As I’ve never experienced  RV Camping Before so if anyone knows some good RV Parks around Texas which are not very expensive but still comfortable? Any tips on how to trace these RV Parks. Any suggestion is appreciated.

Thanks in advance !

 



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We use http://www.rvparkreviews.com/ to check on the amenities and pricing of parks. You can drill down to the area you are looking for. Join Passport America to find parks with 50% discounts, as well as Good Sam.



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The first place we look is an app called Allstays. It gives you most campgrounds with a short description. Then we use rvparkreviews, tripadvisor, etc to get a feel for the place.

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You may also want to check out Texas State Parks. We winter in Texas and have found them to be nice campgrounds with many having full hookups. If you buy a $75 annual pass it includes free camping nights, and admission to the parks.

Also, if you are in Houston, Advanced RV Resort is very nice with a pool, good wifi, and cable. It is a central location to Galveston, Space Center, and downtown museums.

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JasonBilly11 wrote:

 

 

I am currently planning a trip with my family which includes my wife and two kids in coming months in Texas. As I’ve never experienced  RV Camping Before so if anyone knows some good RV Parks around Texas which are not very expensive but still comfortable? Any tips on how to trace these RV Parks. Any suggestion is appreciated.

Thanks in advance !

 


 Two resources come to mind that will help you: Good Sams and Passport America. Pay the $40 to join Passport America (only after you've found a park by searching on their website that you like) and you'll likely get 50% off the rate. 

Benjamin Ehinger



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