Go RVing This Summer!

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Road trips are a summer tradition in the United States, and with so many awesome places to see right here in Oklahoma and the southwest, you don’t have to travel far to enjoy the RV vacation of a lifetime. These three destinations in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas are some of the best in the country for taking a summer road trip in your RV.

White Sands National Monument — New Mexico

White Sands National Monument is famous for being one of the most scenic places in the country. This majestic national park features massive, wave-like dunes of gypsum sand. It’s the world’s largest gypsum dunefield and one of the best places to explore with your family in the summer months. Enjoy interpretive programs at the park, hiking trails, exhibits in the visitor center, wildlife watching, a backcountry camping excursion, the Interdune Boardwalk trail and countless other activities and adventures.

Blue Hole Park — Oklahoma

There’s nothing quite like jumping into a refreshing swimming hole with your family on a hot summer day. Blue Hole Park is one of the Tulsa area’s favorite swimming holes. The convenient shallow area is perfect for families with little ones and a concession stand keeps kids happy between dunks. Catch crawdads, lounge in the sand, float in an inner tube and enjoy the crystal clear waters of this simple summer getaway spot right here in Oklahoma.

Jamaica Beach RV Park — Texas

The Jamaica Beach RV Park in Galveston, Texas, offers the ultimate summer beach getaway for families. It’s one of Galveston Island’s newest RV parks with 111 RV sites, mini golf, a family pool, an adult pool with swim up bar, splash pad, movie nights, a hot tub and countless other resort-style amenities just steps from the beach.

Rent an RV at Leisure Time

You don’t have to be an RV owner to enjoy a summer RV getaway. We offer a variety of RV rentals right here at Leisure Time RV for unbelievably low prices, so you can enjoy an affordable and luxurious summer vacation.

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