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At least 11 private parks across Texas still have
campsites, cabins or cottages available

    CROWLEY, Texas, May 14, 2012 – It’s not too late to book a campsite, cabin or cottage for Memorial Day weekend.

    At least 11 Texas campgrounds and RV parks still had availability for the holiday weekend as of Friday.

    “We sent out an email blast to over 350 of our affiliated campgrounds, RV parks and reso...

“A number of parks are filling up with evacuees, insurance adjusters and others involved in the wildfire cleanup effort.”

– Brian Schaeffer, Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO).

    Texas wildfire evacuees are seeking temporary shelter in campgrounds and RV parks while their homes and neighborhoods are inspected to see if and when it will be safe for them to return home.
    While more than 1,500 homes have b...

At least 24 private parks across Texas still have campsites available

    CROWLEY, Texas, June 27, 2011 – Procrastinators can take heart.

The Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) has identified at least 24 campgrounds, RV parks and resorts across Texas that still have campsites and cottages available for July 4th weekend.

    “Fourth of July weekend is always one of our busiest weekends of the summer camping s...


At least 20 private parks have room for snowbirds this season


      CROWLEY, Texas, Jan. 6, 2010 – Most Winter Texans who plan to spend all or part of the next two to four months in campgrounds, RV parks and resorts have already made their reservations.

      But for those who ha...

Some leave their trailers parked in campgrounds for months at a time and use
them as weekend getaway cottages

CROWLEY, Texas, August 20, 2009 – Hotels have been offering great deals this
summer as they struggle through another year of recession.

But if you ask Tom Ervin and David Ussery how they plan to spend Labor Day
weekend, they’ll tell you it won’t be in a hotel.
They’ll be spending the weekend with friends and family at Surfside RV Resort ...
Here's a new website on boondocking or at least RV inexpensively...

Baby boomers looking toward retirement may not be aware of how affordable and adventurous the RV lifestyle can be, especially if they’re traveling to the American Southwest and are willing to try boondocking.

According to a new website,, RVs were built for boondocking ( camping in remote areas without being hooked up to power, water, or sewer ), and the ...