RV Parks in Mesquite, Texas

RV Parks in Mesquite, Texas
Mesquite, Texas, is a suburb of Dallas. The Mesquite Rodeo Championship is held here each year and has helped the city earn the nickname "Rodeo Capital of Texas." Outdoor enthusiasts have opportunities for horse-back trail riding and hiking. The Samuell Farm Trail is a two-mile hiking trail found in nearby New Hope that visitors to Mesquite can access and enjoy.

Whip In RV Park

Hookups at the Whip In RV Park include 30- or 50- amp electric, water, sewer and cable TV. There is free Wi-Fi, ho showers, private toilets, pull-through sites to accommodate larger RVs, picnic area and a small general store with RV supplies. There are many hiking and biking trails on the nearby 800 acres of parkland. AAA and Good Sam discounts are offered.

Whip In RV Park
7000 Interstate 20
Big Spring, TX 79720
(432) 393-5242

Plantation Place RV Park

Only minutes from the core of Mesquite, Plantation Place provides a convenient and peaceful location. Hookups include 20-, 30-, or 50- amp electric, water, cable TV with 75+ channels and free Wi-Fi. There are pull-through sites to accommodate large RVs, including slide-out rigs. Good Sam discounts are available to members and pets are welcome but need to remain leashed while on the grounds. There are hot showers, private toilets and a coin-operated laundry available.

Plantation Place RV Park
345 Barnes Bridge Road
Sunnyvale, TX 75182
(972) 226-0464

Collin Park

Collin Park is a few minutes north of Mesquite and offers RV travelers and outdoor enthusiasts lake access. The campground has sites with cable TV, 30- or 50- amp electric, water and sewer hookups. Pull-through sites are available. Hot showers, private toilets, laundry room, playgrounds, volleyball courts, beach access, use of the boat launches, horseback and hiking trails and fireboxes are all available. Pets are allowed but need to be leashed on the premises.

Collin Park
2200 St. Paul Road
Wylie TX 75098
(972) 442-5755

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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