The RV we have parked is a 32 foot motorhome with a queen bed, a twin bed and a single bed. Features a big 42" TV and DVD player. Refrigerator with freezer. Big shower. Private toilet room with sink. Small TV in master bedroom. Solar powered off-the-grid during cool weather with sunshine. There is a generator for hot days so you can run the air conditioner. You have exclusi
The RV we have parked is a 32 foot motorhome with a queen bed, a twin bed and a single bed. Features a big 42" TV and DVD player. Refrigerator with freezer. Big shower. Private toilet room with sink. Small TV in master bedroom. Solar powered off-the-grid during cool weather with sunshine. There is a generator for hot days so you can run the air conditioner. You have exclusive use of the 16x16 foot deck with big round table that seats 12. Nearby fire ring for campfires and smores. Lots of space to set up tents nearby for extra guests. Surfside Beach is only 17 miles south, with two Buc-ees on the way for all your supplies.
The six Swings and the Treehouse are available for all guests to play on. Swing high and sip your favorite beverage under the biggest four Live Oak trees in Texas. It is really fun flying on a 40 foot tall swing! Kids yell with delight when you give them the big push and they get a thrill they never felt before.
Texas Treehouse Swings Camp has four areas - Tents, the Casita RV, the Motorhome RV, and Bring Your Own RVs. There are Porta-Potties across the field from the campsites.
You can't see any houses, or buildings, or roads. You are in the middle of five acres of forest and grassy fields. The south border is McFadden Bayou where the antebellum farmers transported cotton and sugar cane to market. You can fish there with no license. But it's only a 12 minute drive to the Brazos Mall, Walmart, and all the restaurants. Only 30 minutes to the beaches and deep sea fishing charters. Five champion Live Oak Trees dominate the site of the largest settlement in the original Stephen F. Austin land grant. The largest Live Oak is 22 feet around, has a 120 foot branch span (as wide as two city lots) , and is 840 years old. The tallest is 87 feet to the top leaf.
Hike around the 5 acre property... crawl inside a 'hobbit house' hollow pecan tree, eat a tangerine from a wild tangerine tree (fruit December - February), see the passion fruit vines, blackberries and dewberries (springtime), and monster muscadine grape vines hanging 50 feet high. Take the Cypress Trail down to the shore of historic McFadden Bayou to see a beautiful tall cypress tree with hundreds of knee roots sticking up. Do you dare climb our new Tree-Trail that has wide planks going up into a huge fallen oak tree that is still alive.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
More birds species inhabit this part of Texas than any other part of the USA. See giant eagles and vultures and tiny hummingbirds.
Drive the Texas coast beaches in a big Hummer H2. room for 3. See what real 4WD driving is like. Eat lunch on the beach.
Natural features you'll find at Texas Swings Camp - Motorhome RV in Texas.
McFadden Bayou borders the property. Has fish, alligators frogs, and water hyacinth cover.