Urban metropolis meets the Wild West for RV campers in Fort Worth.
Modern-day cowboys (and girls) traveling to Fort Worth have traded their horses for a big rig, making the city ‘Where the West Begins’ a surprising hit for urban campers. Encircled by lakes, parks, and cattle ranches, you’ll find plenty of spots to park your RV around Fort Worth, and many RV campgrounds come equipped with full hookups, wifi, and other amenities. There’s a choice of RV parks around Lake Worth and Eagle Mountain Lake, where you can fish, kayak, or cool off at the swimming beaches, as well as lakeside camping a half-hour from downtown at Benbrook Lake and Lake Arlington. Outdoor adventures are easily found in Fort Worth, whether canoeing along the Brazos River, rock climbing and horseback riding at Lake Mineral Wells State Park, or hiking and mountain biking at Cedar Hill State Park. And don’t forget a visit to the legendary Stockyards to watch a cattle drive or rodeo.