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The best campervan rentals in Texas

Texas is filled to the brim with breathtaking countrysides, significant historical attractions, diverse museums, pristine city parks, suburban shopping meccas, and mouthwatering barbecue which anyone with a campervan rental can explore and love.

2007 Chevy Express 3500 Mid Bus Schoolie

Chevy Express 3500 Mid Bus

High Top in Travis County

$250/ night

If you are a history buff, you can travel far and wide across the Lone Star State to learn about its rich cultural legacy. San Antonio is home to the famous Alamo, a centuries-old Spanish mission and the site of a long, bloody battle in the early 1800s. Texas also hosts its share of arts and culture, from the urban landscapes in Dallas and Houston to the more liberal city of Austin.

Texas is so big and diverse that it’s practically its own country. It was, in fact, a nation of its own from 1836 to 1845. The Texas landscape ranges from desert badlands and swimmable coastlines to lush mountains and sprawling prairies. Its communities go from sprawling cities to charming, western towns. 

There is no shortage of Country culture in Texas. Here you have everything from rodeos, line-dancing and a wide range of adventures by horse or mule. Of course, there’s the barbecue. It’s hard to find a better place on this planet for a plate of ribs or brisket served with all of the typical Texas home-style side dishes. Be sure to stop by the legendary Franklin Barbecue in Austin for some of the best food in Texas. 

Texas Fun Facts

Texas has three of the top 10 most populous cities in the U.S.

The Six Flags Over Texas theme park is named for the six countries that have ruled over Texas.

Texas is larger than any country in Europe.

King Ranch, located in Kingsville, is larger than the state of Rhode Island.

Amarillo is considered the “Helium Capital of the World.”

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