Friday, March 6, 2015

Camping in Texas

Big Bend National Park: South Rim Loop
This famous Texas hike is known for its picturesque High Chisos Mountain views and the stunning South Rim, but you’ll want to be in shape for this 11.7-mile hike that’s guaranteed to make you sweat. Don’t forget your camera, because you’ll want to stop and take some breaks to admire the view.
Dogwood Canyon Trail
Dallas citizens will love this moderate trek that winds through cypress groves and past bald eagle nests throughout the Ray Roberts Lake State Park. Its a 4.8-mile loop, so it’s the perfect way to spend a sunny Texas afternoon.
Lost Maples State Park
Looking for a walk in the park that your kids will love too? The 4.8-mile loop through Lost Maples State Park takes you through gorgeous canyons where wildlife spottings are likely. Even better, you’ll pass a wishing well on the way to a variety of swimming holes, so make a wish and dive into the cool waters to reboot.
Big Bend National Park: Ernst Tinaja
If you’re planning a trip to Big Bend National Park for National Take a Walk in the Park Day, but you’re not interested in the advanced treks, the Ernst Tinaja hike is an easy 1.2-mile hike that everyone in your family will enjoy. Snap photos of the canyon views and visit the oasis-like watering hole.
Stop By CCRV
Whether you’re in the market for a new or used RV or just need a little service performed before you start another season of RV adventure, come by CCRV, your South Texas RV dealer, to see all that we have to offer. Make us your one-stop RV dealer and our certified staff will help you with sales, service, parts and everything else you need to form the perfect RV lifestyle.
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