TEXAS, OUR TEXAS
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We are proud to be business owners in the grand state of Texas. Whether you are looking for solitude on quiet, winding roads in the hill country, or the excitement of tailgating in the big city, Four Seasons RV Rental will get you there.
Following are some amazing places our RVs can take you within our beautiful home state.
Activities range from shopping and dining in the Victorian-era downtown to water-skiing on Lake Granbury. Throw in a show at the 1886 Granbury Opera House, a round of golf, and local winery tastings—and you may need to extend your stay.
Some 90 miles west of Fort Worth, Possum Kingdom Lake sparkles along the upper reaches of the Brazos River. The 17,000-acre lake entices anglers, boaters, swimmers, skiers, and scuba divers—and the hilly surrounds draw campers, picnickers, and wildlife-watchers, along with hikers and bikers, who can trek 16 miles of scenic trails.
Simple pleasures such as biking, kayaking, fishing, bird-watching, beach-strolling, dolphin tours, seashell-searching, and beachfront picnics still define this easy-going coastal destination. Take the free ferry from Aransas Pass, or access the island from the south via Corpus Christi.
Established in 1952, the Tyler Municipal Rose Garden is the nation's largest rose garden, spanning 14 acres. The gardens include over 38,000 rose bushes and over 600 different varieties, as well as reflecting pools, walkways and fountains. It was listed in 2011 in Livability.com's top 10 most inspiring gardens in the USA.
In December 1835, during Texas’ war for independence from Mexico, a group of Texan volunteer soldiers occupied the Alamo, a former Franciscan mission located near the present-day city of San Antonio. On February 23, 1836, a Mexican force numbering in the thousands and led by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna began a siege of the fort. Though vastly outnumbered, the Alamo’s 200 defenders–commanded by James Bowie and William Travis and including the famed frontiersman Davy Crockett.
The San Antonio River Walk is a verdant oasis of cypress-lined paved paths, arched stone bridges and lush landscapes. It gently winds through the city center, providing millions of visitors each year with easy access to the city’s cultural hot spots, historic sites and other attractions. The River Walk, or Paseo del Rio, is the largest urban ecosystem in the nation.
From the Houston Lifestock Show & Rodeo, to NASA, professional sports teams, theatre, opera, and shopping at the Galleria, the greater Houston area has so much to offer. Just a jaunt up the freeway is the port city of Galveston where you can fish offshore or relax on the beach.
Texas is home to some beautiful state parks, including Garner State Park in Concan, Texas. Multiple RV sites available.
From lush wineries to rolling hills, the Texas Hill country has much to offer. The small towns and two-lane roads that fan out westward from Austin make up the heart of the Texas Hill Country. There you will find the unexpected gems of Texas—rivers that wind through stands of bald cypress trees, shimmering lakes cupped in limestone canyons, and rustic German towns with such names as Fredericksburg, New Braunfels, Boerne, and Kerrville.