What a great place to take the kids or grandkids! This park, (previously known as the Red Rock Canyon State Park), offers a great stop to get some energy out. And if you get tired of your RV, you can do some Glamping here, too!
Enjoy the gorgeous red rock scenery that was once home to the Plains Indians. Then use the swimming pool, fish, and play on the playground before enjoying lunch at a picnic site.
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Topsail's campground is so elaborate that it's called an RV Resort – the Gregory E Moore RV Resort, to be exact, which has 156 sites with water, 30 or 50 amp electric, digital cable, sewer, swimming pool, laundry facilities, and shuffleboard courts. Bathrooms with showers are heated and cooled.
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Moody Gardens, 1 Hope Blvd, Galveston, TX 77554, USA
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For family fun, Moody Gardens is a great place to go. The hotel and convention complex features a golf course, beach with a water park, and three kid-friendly pyramid attractions.
The Aquarium Pyramid displays a 1.5-million gallon tropical fish aquarium plus seals, sharks, and penguins.
Inside the Rainforest Pyramid, monkeys, two-toed sloths, and a variety of colorful birds move freely through a reproduction of a rainforest.
At the third pyramid, the Discovery Museum, kids can have fun with interactive science exhibits.
Fans of pirate lore will love exploring the history of Galveston since notorious privateer Jean Lafitte once headquartered on the island.
Tourists can take pirate tours, see costumed re-enactors, and view historical films. Several historical tours of the city (with and without pirates) are also available.
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The Rv park boasts many amenities for its guests to enjoy. They have level, paved RV sites, full hookups, laundry facilities, fire rings, dog runs and pet walks, landscaped sites, a BBQ rental area, a general store, picnic areas, and a pool and hot tub.
It is a great place to relax after a long day of enjoying nature.
Just outside Mesa Verde National Park is this great campground, some with nice views and trees. Learn why it's named one of Colorado's best campgrounds: https://rvlifestyle.com/best-campgrounds-in-colorado/