Our third cross-country RV journey was from Cape Cod to the desert of Texas, and New Mexico. An Rv trip to Big Bend National Park is a great way to see the desert, and what the huge state of Texas has to offer.
We understand that not everyone reading our page will be traveling from Cape Cod. However, we hope that if you live anywhere along the path we took you may benefit from the information here. In addition, if you are planning on stopping at any of the campgrounds, or parks, we hope our reviews will help.
Our Route to Big Bend National Park
The National Parks
Part of our mission with the website is to help others get out and CAMP, EXPLORE the world around them and help PROTECT the environment. We do this by sharing our National Park camping tips, exploring the parks ourselves, and then passing on what we have learned. This RV trip to Big Bend was no different.
In addition to Big Bend, this trip included stops at Hot Springs National Park, White Sands National Park, Antietam National Battlefield and Cemetery, and the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.
A great way to learn, for free, while visiting the National Parks is to participate in the Jr. Ranger program. This is a great program that helps visitors of all ages learn.
Memorable Moments Along the Rv Trip to Big Bend
Rv travel is about more than just traveling from one point to another. In our opinion, it is about all the unique, and memorable things you come across as you travel the country. This trip includes memorable moments such as:
Touring the Alamo
A Birds Eye View of San Antonio from the Tower of the Americas
Searching for Aliens in Roswell, New Mexico
Viewing the Initials of George Washington Carved in the Side of Virginia’s Natural Bridge.
Stopping At a Lonely Prada Store in The Middle of the Texas Desert.
An RV trip to Big Bend can seem intimidating at first. However, it is an amazing trip that all National Park lovers need to add to their to-do list. Big Bend offers amazing views, and one of the most awe-inspiring night skies in the country.
Regardless of where you call home, we hope that this page will help you make the trip to Southwest Texas. In addition, we will continue to update all the campgrounds, and Parks we visited to help you make plans.
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