If you’ve ever dreamed of a Texas vacation, you’d better dream big. Make your way north from the Rio Grande to Palo Duro Canyon and nearby Amarillo, where visitors enjoy hiking, birding, fishing, mountain biking and the famed Cadillac Ranch. Head west to El Paso for a ride on the Wyler Aerial Tramway. In Dallas and Arlington, visitors can explore museums, dine at a multitude of restaurants, and experience popular attractions like Six Flags and the Dallas World Aquarium. You can also go south to Austin and San Antonio for whitewater rafting, or visit the famed Continental Club music venue and The Alamo. Finally, in its biggest city, the Space Center Houston is a must-visit for all.
Texas Resort Attractions
Experience adventure at our Texas resorts. From a western saloon themed clubhouse to arcades, pools, and splashpads, there’s something for every personality.
Cool off in one of Hill Country’s 2 pools, or relax in the sauna or tranquil spa.
Stay fit at Austin Lone Star, or some of our other Texas RV resorts with fully equipped fitness centers consisting of cardio equipment, free weights, and more.
Our pet-friendly accommodations make it easy to bring the entire family along for the ride! Let them stretch their legs at La Hacienda with a 1-acre, fenced-in, off-leash dog park for our four-legged guests!
Attend one of the countless social activities and events held at the Travelers World saloon-themed clubhouse.
Things to Do in Texas
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but everything is also better. Travel down I-35 and see a wide range of attractions including amusement & theme parks, museums and lands full of history.
Take a splash and cool off at the New Braunfel’s Schlittbahn that has some of the largest water rides in the world.
Swim with dolphins, learn about killer whales, or even meet a penguin at Sea World San Antonio.
Walk back in time, to one of Texas’s most crucial moments history, as you explore the Alamo.
Take a stroll or grab a bite to eat on San Antonio’s world-famous urban waterway, the Riverwalk.
Looking for some lake time? Rent a boat or challenge yourself on an on-the-water adventure course at Lake Travis.
Experience the thrill of your life at Six Flags Over Texas, known for twisty-turny roller coasters, calmer rides for the kids, and entertainment shows.
Beat the heat and cool down by floating down one of the countless rivers in Texas.