Top 5 Best RV Trips to Take in Texas During Spring Break

Top 5 Best Places to RV in Texas During Spring Breaksquare

Spring is here, and like every year, we ask ourselves what are the best places to go camping in Texas during spring break or spring are to go RVing. This year we decided to make it easy by gathering a list. Here are our Top 5 Best RV Trips to take in Texas during Spring Break.

11. Big Bend 

Chisos Basin from Emory Peak, Big Bend National Park, TX 

Big Bend National Park is the highest-rated RV camping location in texas. With dozens of RV campgrounds and resorts to book with, it’s no wonder so many Texans flock every year to this camping destination. The park offers a variety of features such as mountains, deserts, rivers, hot springs, and canyons with a nearly infinite amount of hiking trails. The wildlife has a wide variety with many opportunities for bird watching and nature photography.

  • Hot Springs
  • Hiking trails such as the Santa Elena Canyon
  • Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive
  • Diverse Wildlife

22. Palo Duro

Palo Duro Canyon, TX 

Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in the United States after the Grand Canyon. Palo Duro Canyon offers miles of hiking trails and of course the enormous Palo Duro Rock. With an abundance of wildlife, there are hours of exploration to be had in the Palo Duro Canyon. Just outside Amarillo, TX Palo Duro Canyon offers multiple RV campgrounds to choose from but book fast as these spots don’t last long!


3. Guadalupe River


Guadalupe River, TX 

There are many RV campgrounds and RV resorts located along the Guadalupe River. A fun place for RVers looking to float in the river, the Guadalupe River is a great RV partying and relaxation destination. Hundreds of RVers flock to this destination every spring break so it will be a little noisier compared to other locations on this list. With hundreds of friendly Texans, if you’re looking for a party on the river the Guadalupe is the way to go. If you aren’t up for floating in the river there are a few parks and trails available as well such as the Canyon Overlook Park & Guadalupe South River Nature Trail.

44. Colorado Bend

Colorado Bend, TX 

Colorado Bend State Park TX is a dog-friendly park that has over 30 miles of accessible trails. This RV destination is perfect for those looking for an adventurous getaway. The dense forest offers a quiet camping experience with loads to do here such as some notable hiking trails that are recommended across blogs, TikTok, and Instagram. 

Highly Recommended Trails:

  • Spicewood Spring
  • Spicewood Canyon
  • Gormal Fallas
  • Lemons Ridge Pass

35. Enchanted Rock

Enchanted Rock, TX 

Located near Fredericksburg Texas,  Enchanted Rock is a tourist destination that does not feature RV parking. You will need to park your RV 6 miles down the road at a Fredericksburg RV Campground. This location was heavily recommended by staff here at Fun Town RV due to being such a life changing location and we hope you visit and experience its majestic scenery. 

Enchanted Rock offers: 

  • Hiking Trails
  • Rock Climbing
  • Located in Wine Country
  • Near Fredericksburg
  • Stargazing
  • Pets are Allowed


In conclusion, we hope our Top 5 RV Trips to take in Texas during Spring Break are helpful in planning your next Spring Break or at least gave you some ideas for RV destinations. Do you think we missed a location or have one to share? Message us on Instagram so we can get your location featured in a future blog. Share this post on Facebook and help our stories grow. 

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