RV Parks in Zapata, Texas

RV Parks in Zapata, Texas
Zapata, Texas, is about two miles away from the border of the United States and Mexico. Visit the nearby Rio Grande River to experience whitewater rafting. For the history buffs, explore the Zapata County Museum, San Ygnacio's sandstone structures, the Corralitos Ranch, and the San Francisco Ranch. Also, stop by Falcon Lake for hours of water recreation.

Four Seasons Mobile Home and RV

Four Seasons Mobile Home provides bathing facilities for those who have smaller RVs. Laundry facilities also are available. Individual mail boxes are provided for the guests and residents. Boat docks and slips are available.

126 Sunshine Circle
Zapata, TX 78076
(956) 765-4241‎

Beacon Lodge

Beacon Lodge has 100 RV hook-ups around Falcon Lake. The Lodge has fishing opportunities as well as wildlife photography sights. The Lodge actually provides opportunities to hunt and fish on both sides of the Rio Grande River and has a great view of the Sierra Madre Mountains.

313 Lakeshore Drive
Zapata, TX 78076
(956) 765-4616‎

Sunshine RV Park

Sunshine RV Park is a quaint RV Park with 21 luxurious sites. The park offers cable television, hot showers and laundry facilities. Meet with other guests at the park's recreational hall. Fishing is available.

Eagle Street
Zapata, TX 78076
(956) 765-8266‎

Oso Blanco Motel & RV Parks

Oso Blanco offers cable television and Internet access. Boat parking is available. Oso Blanco is great for one-night stay. Additional guests can stay in the motel, where all rooms include a microwave and refrigerator.

2132 US Highway 83
Zapata, TX 78076
(956) 765-4339‎

Twin Coves Fishing Camp

Twin Coves Fishing Camp has great amenities including full hook-ups for RV sites. Fishing is available at Twin Coves, where you can catch largemouth bass from the lake or head out to the Rio Grande River and fish.

215 South Alejandrenas Road

Zapata, TX 78076

(956) 456-1133‎


Article Written By Heather Broeker

Originally from North Carolina, Heather Broeker studied journalism and advertising at the University of North Carolina. After graduation she moved to Los Angeles, where she worked for Fox Searchlight, Fox Reality and later as a writer and marketing director. Broeker now lives in Los Angeles and runs Head Over Heels, a writing and public relations company.

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