The nights are getting lighter and the days are getting longer. We all know what that means. So have you caught it yet? That seasonal sickness we all seem to get this time of year? No, not the flu – Spring Fever! With the beautiful spring-like weather we’ve been having, and talk of Spring Break just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about where to go on your early 2018 retreat.
First and foremost, make sure your RV is properly de-winterized and ready before heading out. The last thing you want is to break down while on vacation! It’s worth a visit to Quality RV Solutions to have Laszlo and his team give your vehicle a check up and take care of any maintenance issues before you make your escape from the big city. Call him at 817-764-1363 to schedule your appointment.
Secondly, get your annual Texas State Parks Pass for unlimited entry to more than 90 state parks, as well as discounts on camping, park store purchases and equipment rentals. Take advantage of the plethora of information on the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department website to plan your perfect getaway.
Fortunately, you don’t have to go far to enjoy the diverse beauty of our great state of Texas! Whether you fancy the water or the hills, whether you choose to stay close by or take a few hour drive, Texas has it all. A few places you might want to visit:
Atlanta State Park – Enjoy a peaceful retreat and go fishing for the ultimate fish story by catching a 75 pound catfish!
Big Spring State Park – Enjoy dramatic views from the 200 foot bluff and the spectacular sunsets of west Texas.
Caprock Canyons State Park – See the rugged beauty of west Texas and go geocaching where the bison roam!
Galveston Island State Park – Take a stroll along the beach, go fishing or bird watching, or just enjoy the serenity of the waves along the coast.
Goliad State Park and Historic Site – Learn about the amazing history along the San Antonio River by visiting the missions in Goliad.
Goose Island State Park – Give back where Harvey tried to take away! Enjoy the beauty of Texas bays in Rockport and see the progress being made along the coastline after a devastating Hurricane Harvey hit last summer.
Inks Lake State Park – Go stargazing in the Hill Country and see the sparkling blue waters and sunsets that everyone needs to experience at least once in a lifetime!
Lake Mineral Wells State Park – Just 45 minutes west of Fort Worth, enjoy rock climbing and geocaching, or explore miles of scenic trails.
Monahans Sandhills State Park – Experience the dynamic landscape of Texas’ sand dunes and go sand surfing, or enjoy a quiet vigil to see the wildlife.
And last but certainly not least, enjoy the many varied landscapes, sights and experiences that Texas has to offer. Seek amazing new adventures, beautiful new memories, and incredible new experiences that will carry on for generations. Be safe in your travels and most importantly, have fun!
Where will 2018 take you? We’d like to know. Drop us a line to share your ideas and vacation plans. We’d love to see photos from your travels – please share them with us so we can live vicariously through you!