Texas is known for steamy summers, but the spring and winter months are wonderfully mild. As a camper, you can take full advantage of all the fun during the shoulder seasons. We’ve come up with six things to do during winter and spring in Texas. Check them out and find an activity for yourself!
The hub of Northeast Florida, Jacksonville is known as the River City by the Sea. Though settled inland, Jacksonville’s suburbs extend out to great Atlantic Ocean beaches. While the city may not be flashy, there are plenty of attractions in Jacksonville just waiting to be uncovered.
Fall is typically associated with a region like “America’s Heartland” in the Midwest, but even out west in states like California fall activities are in full swing! The Golden State is home to amazing fall colors and unique events found nowhere else.
Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t mean the thrill of camping outdoors has to be over, too. When the leaves start turning and the air is crisp, there’s nothing better than being outside to enjoy the cooler fall days and the changing of the seasons.
Pennsylvania Dutch Country may be known for its Amish population, but there’s plenty more to explore! In fact, three of the best amusement parks in Pennsylvania are within close driving distance of Lake in Wood RV Resort.Lake in Wood makes a great home base for exploring all the attractions of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
This incredible region is filled with beaches, water parks, museums, and more. Even better, it’s home to Wild Acres RV Resort and Campground! With bragging rights as the closest campground to Old Orchard Beach, Wild Acres also features lush woods with winding hiking trails.