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Old 02-10-2022, 04:21 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a travel trailer and already have our first trips planned. I didn't see this type of thread posted so figure I would start one for anyone to post anything RV/Camping related. Points of discussion could include places been or to go, must haves, advice, etc. Not sure it will gain much traction but figure it may be good for some of us!
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Old 02-10-2022, 04:24 PM   #2
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I booked several tent camping trips for myself and the kids this spring and early summer at a few of the state parks within a couple hours. I wanted to pick up a toyhauler but holding off for the year with another big expense coming.
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Old 02-10-2022, 04:27 PM   #3
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Currently have the below places booked

Spring Break - https://www.summitresorttexas.com/
Summer - https://gulfwatersrvresorttx.com/
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Old 02-10-2022, 04:30 PM   #6
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Picked up a 2021 Winnebago Voyage 3235RL a few weeks ago. No camping pictures yet.
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Booked once per month through July 4 weekend. State parks or COEs. Couples trailer and all the room the two of us need. Most our time is outside anyway.



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Booked once per month through July 4 weekend. State parks or COEs. Couples trailer and all the room the two of us need. Most our time is outside anyway.



I heard Grand design trailers are good. It was down to the Imagine and the Winnebago for us

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I heard Grand design trailers are good. It was down to the Imagine and the Winnebago for us
We have enjoyed it and continue to. Winnebago bought out Grand Design a few years ago. Back out in 1 1/2 weeks.
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I have to say that one of the first things we did was replace the stock mattress with a memory/gel mattress. Gave the still plastic wrapped mattress that came in it to the local mission store.
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Old 02-10-2022, 05:55 PM   #11
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You will like the coe parks. Most of their pads are pretty level. State park pads can be way off, so I carry a lot of 4x4 blocks. At least a milk crate full. Also carry some 2x8s for putting under the tires, for leveling side to side.

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Old 02-10-2022, 06:16 PM   #12
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In-laws had a travel trailer so camped a bunch out at Granger Lake COE.. I have spots booked there for memorial and 4th of July weekends
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In-laws had a travel trailer so camped a bunch out at Granger Lake COE.. I have spots booked there for memorial and 4th of July weekends
Wilson Fox? Haven't stayed there yet but want to. So many parks, so little time.
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Wilson Fox? Haven't stayed there yet but want to. So many parks, so little time.
Yes, we primarily camped Wilson Fox in the past. We live 15mins from Granger Lake so go out there very often with the boat.
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We have several short trips planned for baseball tournaments, but weíre going to the Palo Duro Canyon in mid March and I canít wait! Iím gonna nerd out on historical markers and the museum in Canyon.


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Old 02-10-2022, 08:14 PM   #16
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I guess you could say my family and I camp out every day since we are full timers. Started off in a Coachman 360IBL but upgraded a couple of weeks ago to a Columbus C Series 379MBC which is more of a traditional mid bunk RV with a loft so our daughter has more room.

For short weekend getaways though, I’m working on converting a small cargo trailer into, more or less, a tear drop camper. Gonna try to have all of the interior walls and most of the electrical done by then.
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Old 02-10-2022, 08:20 PM   #17
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Old 02-10-2022, 08:29 PM   #18
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Place to go to

Gulf shores state park
Cajun Palms In Lafayette, LA
If you have kids - Jellystone parks. I prefer the one in Burleson
Buena Vista Wildlife Safari and RV park in Evant
Dinosaur Valley State park or Oakdale park in Glen Rose.
Canyon of the Eagles at Lake Buchanan

I'm sure there are others that I would recommend but those definitely jump out at me.

I plan to go to the sponsor Jetstream RV in Pearland this spring break. Was supposed to go 2 years ago when covid hit and shut down everything so we cancelled that trip.

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Moab in a few weeks
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Old 02-10-2022, 09:04 PM   #21
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Bought our first a 1 1/2 years ago. We usually stay at State Parks and COE. Bought a State park pass a few years ago. Last spring we took a trip to Palo Duro and Caprock. At Palo Duro we had hail two nights in a row. First night wasn't bad, second was bad. 13K damage to the truck and 17K to the trailer. Trailer has been in the shop the past 8 months. Hopefully we will get it back soon.
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Old 02-10-2022, 09:17 PM   #22
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Will also use ours for baseball as well. We have 10 tournaments between the 1st of March and Memorial weekend. Longer trips other than spring break will have to wait until summer.
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Weíve run all over the place in our rig. Always an adventure. Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Glacier NP all last summer. Palo Duro this past thanksgiving break.

Texas has a lot of great options. Our favorite weekend getaways are Lost Maples, Colorado Bend (we stay in Lampasas), and Hidden Falls.
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We go somewhere every 4-6 weeks.

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Congrats on the TT purchase. We will be at Wilson Fox Granger this weekend. We usually do one weekend a month through winter. In the summer we are somewhere every 2-3 weeks. We typically do Wilson fox at granger or Big Creek and Rocky at Somerville. This summer we’re branching out to Lake Limestone, Navarro Mills lake, river trip to New Braunfels, river trip to Bandera, and beach trip to Galveston as well as the usual trips to Somerville and Granger. It’s a great way to spend to time with family and friends. If your ever have questions please reach out and I’ll try to help. If your around Granger or Somerville holler and we’ll drink a beer.
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Always liked Purtis Creek.
or Ft. Richardson..
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Good idea for a thread. I enjoy many State Park trips. Would be interested in knowing some of yalls favorite places to go and things to do while there.
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Old 02-11-2022, 06:17 AM   #28
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We average every other weekend. I believe we have visited 32 state parks in Texas and several COE. Lost Maples is one of our favorites, but in the fall is gets crowded!
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Congrats on the TT purchase. We will be at Wilson Fox Granger this weekend. We usually do one weekend a month through winter. In the summer we are somewhere every 2-3 weeks. We typically do Wilson fox at granger or Big Creek and Rocky at Somerville. This summer weíre branching out to Lake Limestone, Navarro Mills lake, river trip to New Braunfels, river trip to Bandera, and beach trip to Galveston as well as the usual trips to Somerville and Granger. Itís a great way to spend to time with family and friends. If your ever have questions please reach out and Iíll try to help. If your around Granger or Somerville holler and weíll drink a beer.
Sounds good. Thanks for the offer. We will be at Wilson Fox over 4th of July and I am sure several other weekends during the summer.
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I'm all for a date, location so we can get together. Make some early reservations.
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Get a state park pass. It will pay for itself.
We go to Garner every year, 30+ yrs. Check out McKinney Falls. It’s in Austin, but you would never know it. Nice place.
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Since you are from Taylor....try Lake Georgetown; Jim Hogg.
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Old 02-11-2022, 10:10 AM   #33
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My wife and i are planning to head up the east coast, destination Maine with ours this spring. Not sure how long will be gone, we are going to plan as we go. Hoping getting campsites with no reservations is not too big of a problem. I will carry a generator to use as needed
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Old 02-11-2022, 10:16 AM   #34
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If you go with friends try Big Chief on Buchanan. They have buddy spots there with lots of space between the two trailers once you're set up. Short walk to the lake and they have their own boat ramp/dock and swimming pool.
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Yes, we primarily camped Wilson Fox in the past. We live 15mins from Granger Lake so go out there very often with the boat.
I go out that way every winter for raptor photography. We really need to plan a stay there. My wife's family has history in Granger.

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We have several short trips planned for baseball tournaments, but we’re going to the Palo Duro Canyon in mid March and I can’t wait! I’m gonna nerd out on historical markers and the museum in Canyon.
Palo Duro is on my list too. Hope you'll give us some info after y'all go. Should be a great trip especially before the summer heat.

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I have you bookmarked for spring bird migration. Now if I can get that way in March or April.

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Bought our first a 1 1/2 years ago. We usually stay at State Parks and COE. Bought a State park pass a few years ago. Last spring we took a trip to Palo Duro and Caprock. At Palo Duro we had hail two nights in a row. First night wasn't bad, second was bad. 13K damage to the truck and 17K to the trailer. Trailer has been in the shop the past 8 months. Hopefully we will get it back soon.
Agree with the passes. Every year we do the state and I have a lifetime federal park pass. Saves a ton of money at state parks and COEs and wildlife refuges that charge. Sorry about your rig.

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Get a state park pass. It will pay for itself.
We go to Garner every year, 30+ yrs. Check out McKinney Falls. It’s in Austin, but you would never know it. Nice place.
We did McKinney Falls last July 4. Not really one of our favorites but it's nice. Crowded though.

We like Lake Somerville since it's close to home and now Cagle on the north end of Lake Conroe, also close to home. There are several state parks that are favorites. We are talking about a Big Bend/Ft. Davis trip in October but a lot will depend on gas price trends when booking time gets here.
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Old 02-11-2022, 10:19 AM   #36
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We go to Blue Water RV Resort on the Texas coast for a week during spring vacation. Crab the bay, fish the surf. This will be our second year. We caught flounder, redfish and Whiting in the surf and crabbed the bay beside the trailers. Great time.
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Do you folks prefer parks or resort type places? We are SP/COE people primarily. I know younger folks tend to like the resorts more or so it seems.
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Old 02-11-2022, 10:28 AM   #38
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We rented one of the Cow Camp cabins and it was pretty cool. It was better than dragging a TT all the way from Cypress. They sleep 4 and had a peninsula to sit the chairs on, open a beverage and watch the sun go down behind the canyon walls every evening.
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The museum at WT is really cool. My daughter lives in the apartments right across the street from the museum. She is a history minor and has spent lots of time doing research in the archives of the museum for a paper that will be published later this year in the Panhandle Plains historical review. She goes to the canyon quite a bit. Lots of good hikes there. Make sure you do the hike to the lighthouse. Its about 3 miles each way, but pretty easy till the very end.
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We try to go some where at least 2 times a month. Usually just weekends to lake Waco, Whitney, or Navarro Mills.


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We rented one of the Cow Camp cabins and it was pretty cool. It was better than dragging a TT all the way from Cypress. They sleep 4 and had a peninsula to sit the chairs on, open a beverage and watch the sun go down behind the canyon walls every evening.

There is nothing you can rent thatís better than taking the camper to us.

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Old 02-11-2022, 01:33 PM   #44
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Thxs Mike! Yeah retired now, makes it easier hitting the road.
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Do you folks prefer parks or resort type places? We are SP/COE people primarily. I know younger folks tend to like the resorts more or so it seems.
If we stay in state we mostly do COE senior discount 10 to 12 bucks a night. Out of state, private rv parks unless it's a truck stop or rest area.
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If you go with friends try Big Chief on Buchanan. They have buddy spots there with lots of space between the two trailers once you're set up. Short walk to the lake and they have their own boat ramp/dock and swimming pool.
Hords creek has several of them, great for get togethers.
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Do you folks prefer parks or resort type places? We are SP/COE people primarily. I know younger folks tend to like the resorts more or so it seems.
It just depends on the trip for us. We like both, but we need 50 amp hookup so some of the state parks are limited.
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We upgraded from a pop up camper last year to a full size bumper pull. We try to take it out at least once a month. We usually try to stay within a 4hour radius of San Antonio. We staying at Gulfwaters RV resort at the end of the month. We als have friends and family with trailers that we coordinate trips with. We found the more the merrier.
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This is a great thread.
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