RV Camping in Brownsville, Texas

RV Camping in Brownsville, Texas
Brownsville, Texas, has a subtropical climate with surroundings that are filled with palm trees, bougainvillea flowers and a variety of exotic bird species. The city is also situated on the banks of the Rio Grande River and near Gulf of Mexico beaches, providing campers with scenic water views and recreation.

Breeze Lake Campground

Breeze Lake Campground is situated in a country setting surrounded by hibiscus and palm trees. The camp is also located right by the lake and has 187 campsites with full hookups and 30/50-amp service.

Other amenities include cable TV, wireless Internet connections, a recreation hall and a heated swimming pool. Anglers can fish on the lake for a variety of trout species.

Local attractions nearby include the Resaca de la Palma State Park‎, which is 10 miles away. The park has a variety of wildlife, and you can visit the World Birding Center with more than 8 miles of trails.

Breeze Lake Campground

1710 N. Vermillion

Brownsville, TX 78521



Paul's RV Park

Situated near the Gulf of Mexico, Paul's RV Park offers camping with close proximity to many local attractions. Site amenities include shaded sites, electric hookups with 30/50-amp service, cable TV, concrete patios, a hot tub and a heated swimming pool.

Visit local attractions including Gulf of Mexico beaches and the Gladys Porter Zoo. The Boca Chica beach where you can lounge, swim, fish or boat is just a half-hour drive away

Paul's RV Park

1129 N. Minnesota Ave.

Brownsville, TX 78521



River Bend Resort

River Bend Resort is located along the Rio Grande River in a subtropical setting. The RV campsites feature concrete pads, lake views, 30/50-amp service and full hookups. Guests have privileges to use the resort's swimming pool, spa, golf course, tennis courts, shuffleboard and laundry and bath facilities.

Tour the nature trails within the resort to see many species of birds and plant life. Additionally, the resort has a citrus orchard with fruits such as oranges, papaya, grapefruit, lemons and limes. Exotic plant species you might see are bougainvillea and ficus, and birdwatchers might spot plain chacalaca, green heron, anhinga, American bittern, blue heron, green jay and more.

River Bend Resort

4541 Military Hwy. 281

Brownsville, TX 78520



Article Written By Rona Aquino

Rona Aquino began writing professionally in 2008. As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she writes on topics of running, fitness and outdoor recreation for various publications. Aquino holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and English from the University of Maryland College Park.

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